Posted on January 27, 2010Given the choice between indulging in anti-corporate demagoguery or cutting bloated government bureaucracies, Oregon voters have chosen to go the California route. Presumably they looked at Sacramento, saw how well everything is going, and say “yup, that’s exactly what we...
Posted on January 20, 2010You could set your clock by this kind of nonsense. No seriously. Try it yourself. Set up a Google Alert for “unexpected and economy” or “unexpected and housing.” Like. Clockwork: U.S. home starts unexpectedly fell last month as unusually cold...
Posted on January 11, 2010You can’t really blame them for betting on the strong horse: While the West is discussing sanctions against Iran, Turkey is discussing the establishment of a joint industrial area with Iran on their shared border the Iranian state news agency,...
Posted on December 23, 2009Lucky break for the Obama administration: the actual 11% drop in new home sales is nowhere near the starkest demonstration of general economic incompetence. That award goes to whoever settled on the figures indicating that the exact opposite would happen....
Posted on December 21, 2009Right on cue, a nice little point on last month’s news that government agencies wasted $98 billion in taxpayer dollars last year: The U.S. Postal Service spent more than $792,000 “without justification” on meals and events in one five-month period...
Vintage Moonbattery: Copenhagen’s A Battle To Humble And “Redefine Humanity,” Get Rid Of “Passion” And “Heroism”Posted on December 17, 2009From the original moonbat himself, a pitch-perfect concerto of the resigned defeatism that fuels so many statist power grabs. Dystopian populism is always the flip side of Hope and Change utopianism, if only because it’s where inevitably frustrated, muddle-headed utopians...
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25% Of Airport Stimulus Money Wasted On Low-Priority Projects, Cities Trading Transportation Funds For CashPosted on October 11, 2009
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