I received this alarmist e-mail from NewsMax today: Radio Insiders, Congressmen Aim to Stop Fairness Doctrine Moves are afoot to head off any Democratic efforts to reinstate the so-called Fairness Doctrine and stifle conservative talk radio. A group of radio insiders has formed the Free Radio Coalition to fight the […]
When times are good, Wall Street wants the government to get out of the way so that the market can “work.” Translation: Privatize the profit. When times are bad, Wall Street wants the government to step in and play a role in the economy. Translation: Socialize the risk. If you […]
With so much garbage commentary being thrown around about the bailouts, it’s interesting to see a writer in a very popular forum talking about some of the real good and bad of the bailout. First, the good: Regulation is necessary to reduce systemic risk – What happens without regulation? Too much […]
“You had no oversight, chaos and breathtaking sums of money. And over all of that was the notion that failure was O.K. It doesn’t get any better for criminals than that set of circumstances.” – Senator Claire McCaskill describing the operation to rebuild Iraq. I was glad to see the […]
T-shirt seen at the U.S. vs. Mexico soccer game in Columbus. Mexico actually lost the soccer game, but I’m scoring the public relations battle 1-0 in their favor.
Tom Delay writes in his book “No Retreat, No Surrender” that he would “start every policy initiative from as far to the political right as we could.” The conservative bargaining strategy looks something like this: Conservative: How much is that rug? Seller: $100 Conservative: I’ll give you $10. Seller: How […]