Look at this CNBC headline from this morning. Why the US will power the world economy in 2015 Note that the headline is a statement and not a question. Now look at the Bovine Droppings (BD) the author offers to support his assertion: Six years after its financial system nearly sank and nearly that long […]
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“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” may not be policy in the military any longer when it comes to a soldier’s sexual preference; but it is definitely government policy when it comes to reporting on the state of our economy or on unemployment data. When a government agency or the President spouts a glowing feel good statistic […]
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Asylum Watch offers you these words of wisdom from the Reverend Martin Luther King without comment. Compare them to the rhetoric from the “reverend?” Al Sharpton. “The Christmas hope for peace and good will toward all men can no longer be dismissed as a kind of pious dream of some utopian. If we don’t have […]
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The Grinches in the Obama administration’s Economy Pulverizing Agency (EPA) are spreading their own diabolical idea of Christmas cheer on our fragile economy by dumping 1200 new regulations on it with an estimated economic cost of $20 billion, which brings the EPA’s added regulatory burden for the year to over $200 billion. For the new […]
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I’m feeling a little more nostalgic than normal this Christmas season. It’s been decades since I’ve seen snow and I’ve been remembering some of those special Christmas Eve nights of my childhood when snow would be softly falling. There was something magical about Christmas Eve with the snow falling and all the homes radiating their […]
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This self-appointed observer of the asylum we all have to live in, as a rule, scours the internet looking for trends in politics, geopolitics, US and global economic trends, as well as, on occasions, cultural and demographic trends that have the potential to impact our lives and then to report on those trends along with […]
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I dedicate this reblog that I snagged at the great Geeez Blog to my friend, Brian, a retired cop. *********** Police Harassment….I LOVE THIS! Posted on December 19, 2014 by geeez2014 This absolutely cracked me up. Thanks, Impertinent, for emailing it to me! Police Harassment, Chula Vista, California styleRecently, the Chula Vista, California Police Department ran […]
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Barack Obama, America’s would be dictator, once said his job would be easier if America had a government more like that of China. Considering how much time he spends on vacation or playing golf or watching ESPN or signing Executive Orders or Presidential Memorandums, I don’t see how his job could get much easier or […]
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Your humble observer of the asylum we all have to live in is a fan of satire. One of my daily reads is the Manhattan Infidel. If you too are a fan of satire, you need to make the Infidel a regular part of your daily routine. Dan Miller of DanMillerInPanama, also does great satire; […]
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And I sincerely believe, with you, that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies; and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale. Letter from Thomas Jefferson to John Taylor, May 28, 1816. H/T to Robert Gore of the […]
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