I know that many of my readers remember the Carter years and high inflation. I won’t bother rehashing the whys of it. You will also remember the fix during Ronald Reagan’s first term, high interest rates. A central bank raising interest rates on intra-bank transactions, affects all interest rates, and this is the classic way […]Read more "Living With High Inflation"
Recently in a private conversation with a good internet friend, I told him I was feeling down. The reason I was feeling down, I explained, was that several conservative bloggers I follow went silent after our recent presidential election. I had expected that after a week or so my friends would recouped from the devastating […]Read more "Who Will Carry The Torch Of The Spirit Of What America Once Was? Will You?"
It’s Sunday and today’s poem be The Bard of Murdock laments the passing of the Twinkie. The poem was originally published on Saturday, November 17, 2012. Please be sure to read the article linked by the Bard before reading the poem. *************** Let Them Eat Bread! . Article link: Twinkie Maker Hostess to Close . Alas! […]Read more "“Let Them Eat Bread!” a poem by the Bard of Murdock"
Today¡s Guest Saturday post comes to us fram Cheryl Pass of the My Tea Party Chronicle, in which she warns us of the plans of the globalist Left. The article was originally published on Saturday, November 10, 2012. *************** [ Note from Jim: Yesterday from mid-day until the hour I usually retire for the night, […]Read more "“THE GLOBALIST LEFT’S NEW TESTAMENT – A SUNDAY CONTEMPLATION” an essay by Cheryl Pass"
Does that ever happen to you? You see some numbers reported the news; maybe reported by the government that don’t make sense to you because you are experiencing something quite different. I don’t like it when that happens. I am a big fan of logic. When things happen that don’t seem logical to me, I […]Read more "Some Numbers Just Don’t Make Sense"
[A short break from the series of post I started this week asking conservatives to consider some probing question about who inside or outside of government are shaping and moving domestic and foreign policy and what the objective is, because the objectives are not clear. I do plan to do one or two more posts […]Read more "Lame Ducks Face-Off Over The Fiscal Cliff"
Yesterday I said I would challenge an opinion commonly held by conservatives. It is probably safe to say that there is a consensus among conservatives that the goal of the progressives for decades has been to move the United States in the direction of becoming a European style socialist state. Certainly before the elections last […]Read more "Is America Really On Its Way To Becoming Another European Style Socialist State?"
[Folks, forgive me if I ramble today. But, that is the mind-set I am in.] No one can see into the future. That is a given. And yet, it is absolutely necessary to be concerned about our future and, therefore, try as best we can to anticipate what is coming. To do otherwise would be […]Read more "What Does The Future Hold For Us? What Is The Real Problem? Who Is The Real Enemy? What Is Their Objective?"
Yesterday was Veterans Day. I didn’t realize it until I started making my rounds of my favorite bloggers. That happens to expats after a while. Important days in America pass without our realizing it; including Thanks Giving, if you can believe it. Since I don’t normally post my own work on weekends, I want to […]Read more "Our troops are the Best! But, what about our Generals?"
It’s Sunday and today’s poem by The Bard of Murdock reflects what all conservatives are feeling after the elections as he responds to the blather that spews from that leftest shill at WaPo, E.J. Dionne. He originally published his poem on Saturday, November 10, 2012. Please be sure to read the article linked by the […]Read more "“Hope” a poem by the Bard of Murdock"