Monthly Archives: October 2013

A Black Box in Our Cars

A Black Box in Our Cars Our elected empty suits want to install a black box in all of our cars in order to change how we pay for the maintenance of our roads and highways. http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-roads-black-boxes-20131027,0,6090226.story Apparently the revenues … Continue reading

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Senator Reid and the Low Information Voter

Senator Reid and the Low Information Voter Senator Harry Reid, The Majority Leader of the Senate, made the following statement. “And until they get off that kick, there’s not going to be a grand bargain,” Reid said. “There’s not going … Continue reading

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Soak the Rich vs. Tax Cuts

Soak the Rich vs. Tax Cuts Some tax and spend politicians feel the need to tax the rich. Do they believe that they will increase revenue and then have more money at their fingertips to misuse? Do they think that … Continue reading

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Taxpayers and Voters

Taxpayers and Voters This county is made up of taxpayers and voters. Voters, who are frequently low information voters, vote for the pig with the best lipstick; the pig that promises to give away the most stuff. Taxpayers usually vote … Continue reading

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Decisive Politicians

Decisive Politicians The dictionary defines decisiveness as “firm or unwavering adherence to one’s purpose”. My definition of a politician is an elected empty suit who does what they are told by the powers behind the scenes who owns them because … Continue reading

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Taxes and Problem Solving

Taxes and Problem Solving I have run across small pieces of information recently that highlight the mindset and the quality of most of our elected empty suits. The state of Oregon is looking at installing a meter of some sort … Continue reading

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Liberals and Economics

Liberals and Economics I found a very interesting article online a while ago. “Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?” Self-identified liberals and Democrats do badly on questions of basic economics by Daniel Klien was published in the World Street … Continue reading

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Aggravated Spending

Aggravated Spending I reposted this because it is still very relevant and describes what is going on in Washington DC so well. An assault is when a person threatens to commit bodily harm to another person and has the means … Continue reading

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Government Shutdown

Government Shutdown The government shutdown that we just witnessed would have puzzled our Founding Fathers. They created a system of government where the Federal Government was very limited and not a part of our everyday lives. The Federal Government was … Continue reading

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The Debt Ceiling

The Debt Ceiling We have heard the term the debt ceiling quite a bit over the past month. Wikipedia defines the term as: “The United States debt ceiling or debt limit is a legislative mechanism to limit the amount of … Continue reading

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