Today’s Guest Saturday post comes to us from Pat Slattery of The Free Market Project. Pat has been AWOL for the last couple of months, for good reason. We are glad to have him back at his keyboard! In this essay, Pat bemoans the lack of even a minimal understanding of economic principles by a […]Read more "“More convinced than ever…” an essay by Pat Slattery"
Tell me, Black Americans, what is it you like about President Barack Obama other than the color of his skin? I ask this question because this humble observer of the asylum we all have to live in can see no reason that over 90% of black voters voted for Mr. Obama the second time. (The […]Read more "President Obama _ Black America’s Best Friend or Worst Enemy?"
On Tuesday of this week, Zero Hedge posted what I think you will find to be a very interesting article. The author references an earlier post he had done about a secret meeting between Saudi’s influential intelligence chief, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, and Putin. supposedly, in this “secret” meeting, Bandar lavished gifts on Putin and offered […]Read more "Saudis Playing Hardball with Russia? Is Syria All About Petrodollars?"
When I contacted Norma Brown about her writing an opinion on this administrations plans to attack Syria in response to Syria’s apparent use of chemical weapons in their civil war (posted here yesterday), I sent her a link to the New York Times article, Air War In Kosovo Seen as Precedent in Possible Response to Syria […]Read more "“Kosovo and Syria: Two Convenient Lies” an essay by Norma Brown"
Note from Jim at Asylum Watch: Today I am pleased to share with you a very special guest post. Special because of the author’s unique perspective and special because I asked her to write this essay on the pending entry of the US/NATO into Syria’s civil war; she graciously agreed. Norma’s blog handle is Ooobie […]Read more "“The Bullies Emerge from the Bully Pulpit” an essay by Norma Brown"
For the last few weeks, we’ve seen almost daily revelations about how our government, the State, is spying on its citizens in the name of national security. Top government officials, up to the President, lied to us from the day of Snowden’s story first broke. Who can forget the image of the Director of National […]Read more "In The Name of National Security, The State Is More Interested In Its Security Than Yours!"
It’s Sunday and today’s poem by The Bard of Murdock pokes fun at the absurd reaction to the antics of a rodeo clown in Missouri recently. The poem was originally published on Sunday August 18, 2013. Please be sure to read the article linked by the Bard before reading the poem. ********** Surely, You Jest! […]Read more "“Surely, You Jest!” a poem by the Bard of Murdock"