August 7, 2017
Cap-and-trade, Global Warming and Hometown Radio

I appeared on Dave Congalton's radio show on News-Talk 920 KVEC to talk about the recent extension of California's cap-and-trade program on carbon dioxide emissions and the global warming scare that precipitated the legislation. You should be able to find audio of my appearance at the prior link eventually. (Update: You can listen here.) I […]

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May 28, 2015
Labor unions as 'fixers'

Los Angeles appears likely to follow in the footsteps of Seattle and San Francisco in mandating a $15/hour minimum wage. If you want to make sure youth unemployment skyrockets, you couldn't come up with a better plan. The number of no-experience 16-year-olds who add more than $15 per hour to your business's value is vanishingly small. […]

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May 9, 2015
Which economic policies help the lower class?

A former colleague of mine shared this Washington Post Wonkblog article on Facebook. Most of the article is unobjectionable. However, the part that is objectionable is very objectionable. The head and subhead: How growing up poor changes politicians Democrats from humble backgrounds more often vote for economic policies that help the lower class. For Republicans, upbringing doesn't matter. […]

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February 23, 2014
Don't do us any favors

Back at the height of Catastrophic Anthropogenic (human-caused) Global Warming alarmism, our betters in Sacramento passed Assembly Bill 32 which created a carbon marketplace (a concept championed by the likes of Enron) that oil producers and power plant operators would have to participate in by buying credits to offset their carbon dioxide output. After several […]

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February 10, 2014
You don't get mad at a dog for being a dog

And you shouldn't get angry at a lefty hack for being a lefty hack. I don't blame MIT Economist Jonathan Gruber for this laughable piece of analysis that purports to claim that Obamacare is a net gain to the economy less than a week after the Congressional Budget Office released a report that estimated Obamacare will […]

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January 31, 2014
Why Obamacare is doomed

I posted a link to this article by Chris Conover at Forbes' Apothecary blog at my "night job" website the other day. If this graphic turns out to be true, then expect Obamacare to go down in flames, taking a lot of Democrats with it. These numbers, if accurate, are devastating. The "losers" category is 55.3 percent […]

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December 15, 2013
What's wrong with Obamacare

To borrow a line from "Best of the Web Today": Longest blog post ever written. I'm not going to actually try to provide a one-stop post detailing every screw-up surrounding the president's signature health insurance reform. I've spent a lot of time over at my "second job" posting link after link after link to stories […]

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February 23, 2013
The country’s in the very best of hands

Earlier this year, President Obama disbanded his Jobs Council. With the election won, Obama didn’t need the flimsy cover that he actually cared about creating jobs anymore. Not that it mattered—the council seldom met and accomplished nothing. But at least the jobs council had people on it who created actual jobs. On Thursday, Obama sought […]

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February 11, 2013
The Obama Economy

Saturday night I went to see the Fresno Philharmonic with my best girl. (The concert was great, by the way.) The next day she showed me the following advertisement in the program. You’ll have to excuse the flare from the flash on my camera phone, but I thought Lennar’s “The Home Within a Home” (Service […]

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December 2, 2012
Obama’s Trillions

“Economists say the stimulus worked.” That’s one of the claims I heard over the Thanksgiving holiday, and it was thrown out in the middle of a completely different conversation, so I didn’t challenge the claim at the time. But last week as part of President Obama’s opening offer on avoiding the fiscal cliff, Treasury Secretary […]

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Aside from the "rules are for the Little People" angle, stuff like this really drives home the point that masks are more like an armband on your face, signaling tribal loyalty.

If Breed was actually concerned about Covid, and actually believed masks worked, she wouldn't forget. https://twitter.com/DailyCaller/status/1439962097958412288

Daily Caller@DailyCaller

San Francisco Mayor @LondonBreed defends violating her indoor mask mandate while partying at a club:

“I was feeling the spirit and I wasn’t thinking about a mask."

Fauci should have stopped doing public interviews over a year ago. He's repeatedly done this thing where he pretends (incorrectly) that the science conclusively supports whatever policy position he is advocating for at the time and it leaves a lot of people doubting the science. https://twitter.com/tomselliott/status/1439627772478070791

Tom Elliott@tomselliott

Updated Fauci flip flops:

— COVID being a big deal
— Social distancing
— Masks (flip-flop-flipped)
— Schools re-opening
— T-cell immunity
— Biden admin “starting from scratch” on vaccines
— His wearing a mask as “theater”
— Covid origins
— Covid booster shots

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