October 9, 2011
Old enough to know better

As I read today’s edition of The Washington Post on my Kindle this afternoon while awaiting the start of the Cal Poly vs. UC Riverside men’s soccer game (Cal Poly 5, UCR 0), I came across this article by Steven Pearlstein. The article is full of the beltway conventional wisdom about how wonderful the “Occupy […]

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October 6, 2011
Amazon links are back

For those of you who hadn’t noticed, Amazon links are back on the site. A couple weeks back California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill that acted as a ceasefire document between the state and Amazon, and Amazon has re-instated the affiliate program. Thank you to all of you who make purchases through this site. […]

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September 21, 2011
Stupid business moves

First, Netflix/Quikster. I wasn't as miffed as many others were when they decided to split streaming off from the DVD/Streaming combo and charge separately. Yes, the price went up, but not so much (for me) that I still didn't think it was worth the benefits I am receiving. Then they got stupid. It turns out […]

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September 19, 2011
Our national joke

President Obama has come out with a plan to rescue the economy from the terrible possibility of a double-dip recession and get our fiscal house back in order by raising taxes by $1.5 trillion on "the wealthy." To be fair, the president has also proposed $1 trillion in savings by winding down the wars in […]

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September 11, 2011
More cowbell!

I watched President Obama’s campaign speech last Thursday to a joint session of Congress. We had to wait for his vacation to be over to get that? Seriously? “Pass this bill?” What bill? No one’s seen it yet. Rumor has it one will be delivered this week, but once again … things your staff could’ve […]

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August 23, 2011
Devaluing his Nobel daily

Words cannot express my befuddlement that New York Times columnist Paul Krugman would write this: No word yet on whether Krugman has torched his own house. UPDATE! It appears that this wasn’t the real Paul Krugman, but an elaborate fake. So if you see me quoted as saying something really stupid or outrageous, and it […]

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August 15, 2011
Read this!

Click the link. Read the post. It’s short and worthwhile.

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August 7, 2011
We are doomed

I’m not sure whether you’ll laugh or cry. Doorbell

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July 28, 2011
It wasn't believable then

Yesterday I scanned through the Politifact archives looking for one thing when I came across another. Apparently Obama's lies weren't even believable back then.

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July 24, 2011
About that light at the end of the tunnel

August 2 is supposedly the drop-dead date for hiking the debt ceiling or, the consensus is, all sorts of “bad” things will happen. Commonly, this has been described as the date the U.S. would default on its debts. Hogwash. The U.S. Treasury is slated to take in more than $200 billion in August. Problem: It’s […]

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When watching a MLB game and it goes extra innings and a runner goes to second base I have to turn the tv off because it’s no longer a MLB game

You have to be clinically insane to want to put the federal government in charge of your healthcare. The most incompetent people on the planet making life and death decisions for you and your family. Hard pass. https://twitter.com/allahpundit/status/1382117696653889547

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so, so bad https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/13/us/politics/johnson-johnson-vaccine-pause-states.html 2

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