Something has been bothering me since Boehner and McConnell and the Republicans caved-in to raising the debt level….again. America and most of the rest of the developed world, for that matter, has been building a mountain of debt that will bury us all one day in the not to distant future. We conservative/libertarians are the […]Read more "Ignorance Is Not Bliss. Ignorance Is The Tool Of Those Who Would Rule Over Us."
The federal government’s debt has now reached the new threshold of $17 trillion. This graphic found at Richochet via Bad Blue is not very scientific but it does illustrate where our nation stands very well. That is a scary graphic, isn’t it? But, conservatives/libertarians can stop worrying (they are the only Americans who do worry […]Read more "Democrat Congressman Has The Solution To America’s Debt Problem"
Your laughing, right? Honesty out of Washington? When is the last time we saw honesty in Washington? Well, enjoy the chuckle because you may want to cry before you finish reading this post. Debt Crisis Looms What is the biggest threat to America? Last night, Mitt Romney said it was a nuclear Iran. One friend […]Read more "Debt Crisis Looms. Congress Is Broken. There Is A Fix. All That Is Needed Is Some Honesty Out Of Washington."
It has been a while since I have done a post on the economy and the debt bubble that has engulfed the United States and Europe and most of the world. In part this because the subject is so depressing. It is difficult for me, as I read more and more about the debt crisis, […]Read more "Is It Too Late? Is It EnevitableThat The Debt Will Crush The World Economy?"
Jamelle Bouie is a “writing fellow” at the monthly magazine The American Prospect, which describes itself as covering politics, culture, and policy from a liberal perspective. In this recent article, Mr. Bouie lets the liberal drivel spew out of control. The subject of Mr. Bouie’s diatribe was a recent meeting at the National Press Club […]Read more "Debt Crisis? What Debt Crisis?"
My apologies to William Shakespeare whose famous line from Macbeth was: Double, Double, Toil and Trouble. The intent of both lines is to create a sense of doom. There was a time, it doesn’t seem so long ago, when the word “bubble” brought to mind visions of our childhoods when we would see who could […]Read more "Bubble, Bubble, Toil and Trouble"
There is an article at Salon that I stumbled across that caused my jaw to drop. The author is in a tizzy because of a new Crossroads ad that he is afraid will resonate with the voters. I think he is right. Please check out the ad The author believes that the so-called deficit crisis is […]Read more "New Crossroads Ad Has The Left Tied In Knots"