It’s Sunday and today’s poem by The Bard of Murdock relates how all criticism of President Obama is said to be racism by the liberals. The poem was originally published on Sunday, August 11, 2013. Please be sure to read the article linked by the Bard before reading the poem. ********* Race to the Bottom […]Read more "“Race to the Bottom” a poem by the Bard of Murdock"
President Bill Clinton, possibly the most polished liar of any US president past or present, while distorting the truth about President Obama’s record since in office, did say something that was both true and important. During his speech at the Democratic National Convention he related that when asked over the years how he manged to […]Read more "Bill Clinton Was Right. Arithmatic Matters!"
It’s Sunday and today’s poem by The Bard of Murdock has fun with Obama’s constant refrain to not read too much in the jobs reports. It was originally published on Saturday, July 7, 2012. Please read the article linked provided by the Bard before reading the poem. **************** Setting the Bar Article link: For the Thirtieth Time, […]Read more "“Setting the Bar” a poem by the Bard of Murdock"
Today’s Guest Saturday post comes to us from Pat Slattery of The Free market Project. I was originally published on May 3, 2012. **************************** The Contribution Businesses Make One of the things that changed my life, and my view of capitalism, was something my father did when I worked for his company. At that […]Read more "“The Contribution Businesses Make” an essay by Pat Slattery"
Anyone who has been paying attention already knows that about 50% of Americans pay no federal income taxes. That number alone should give us all pause. But, according to this Fox News article the situation is much worse. “Right now about 70 percent of Americans take more out of the tax system than they put […]Read more "Scary Numbers and Data"
Does over regulation have economic impacts? Does over regulation cost jobs?For me, it would seem to be obvious that the answer to both questions is yes. But, if you were to Google “over regulations kill jobs”, as I did this morning, you would find some articles that agree with me but you would find many […]Read more "Regulation Nation and Jobs"
Do you remember what it was like as a kid when your parents took you to see a parade? Yeah, I do. It was great. Especially when the clown passed by throwing handfuls of candy from his candy bag into the crowds and we kids would scramble to get as many pieces of candy as […]Read more "When the Candyman’s Candy Bag Is Empty"
The markets, although a tad late in my opinion, are signaling that they have no faith that Europe or the United States are going to be able to get their economies growing again any time soon. The bad news doesn’t let up. Here are just a couple of headlines to demonstrate my point: Stock futures […]Read more "Double Dumb Is Leading To Double Dip"
The following poem was originally publishe by The Bard Of Murdock on Saturday, June 4, 2011. Green Jobs at Golden Arches Article link: Half of jobs created last month were at McDonalds At fifty-seven tries I got a real surprise: A job that oft applies More cellulite to thighs. Most mornings when I […]Read more "It’s Sunday with The Bard Of Murdock __ # 2"