Monthly Archives: April 2010

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"…the Obama administration has now all but made it official: There is no European economic idea too extreme for 21st century America. Even if the Europeans themselves are largely headed in the opposite direction." – Matt Welch, New York Post … Continue reading

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"If you believe that when the rich get richer, the poor get poorer, then you believe that creating wealth (necessarily) causes poverty, and you’re an idiot." – Michael Medved Myths About Capitalism

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Earth Day Celebration

I really want to celebrate "Earth Day". I’ve been contemplating just what to do. I’ve thought about leaving my incandescent lights on all day and night. Or maybe I’ll do something creative with my septic tank…I’m sure I’ll come up … Continue reading

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"But what’s wrong with the simplistic VAT advocacy is that it deemphasizes spending cuts. The consequences would be unnecessarily high taxes that would weaken the economy and discriminate against the young. It would become harder for families to raise children. … Continue reading

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"The confusion raises the inevitable question: If they (Congress) did not know exactly what they were doing to themselves, did lawmakers who wrote and passed the (health care) bill fully grasp the details of how it would influence the lives … Continue reading

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"Supporters of a new ecocide law also believe it could be used to prosecute "climate deniers" who distort science and facts to discourage voters and politicians from taking action to tackle global warming and climate change." – Juliette Jowit, guardian.co.uk … Continue reading

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"…softening our image arises from the leftist conviction that strife and trouble in the world are the result of U.S. bullying and bravado, or can at least be diminished by American meekness." – Mona Charen What the Euphemisms Tell Us

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