ABC news tell us that “hundreds of protestors” showed up to occupy Wall Street, yet their photo shows only nineteen, count them, nineteen protestors, twenty one if we suppose the two well dressed men mingling with police are also protestors, twenty two if we suppose the guy in the distance is also a protestor. (more…)
Archive for September, 2011
Less than a dozen protestors showed up for the promised day of rage at wall street. Either people are not enraged, or, more likely, they decline to swallow the story that Fanny, Freddie, the FHA, and the rest of the government alphabet soup now merged into FHFA were poor innocent victims led astray by the manipulations of their evil wall street partners. (more…)
Palin’s brilliant speech on Crony Capitalism seemed to go right over the heads of most of the voters, but the party faithful understood it, and now this talking point is being used to hammer Obama at every opportunity.
After it has been repeated one thousand times, the voters might well get it. (more…)
A Day of Rage has been declared for this coming Saturday by an obscure leftist group, one sufficiently obscure that anything bad that happens can be blamed on it. (more…)
On 2001, September the 11th, on United Airlines Flight 93:
At 9:27am, Tom Burnett called his wife, reporting the hijacking. She informed him of the attack on the two towers, from which he concluded the hijackers intended to fly them into a building. (more…)
If anyone wonders why unemployment is high and rising, and is inclined to discuss aggregate demand and suchlike, just read Coyote Blog: Dispatches from a Small Business
All organizations move ever leftwards. (more…)
NGO stands for “Non Government Organization”. The butcher and the baker do not call themselves non government organizations, because they actually are non government organizations. Any organization that calls itself a non government organization turns out in practice to be largely a government organization. It follows therefore, that an NGO is a government doing something evil. (more…)
In a previous post, I remarked that with Governor Romneycare dead on arrival, Perry was now the establishment candidate. Seems I was wrong. Looks like the establishment still has a hard on for Governor Romneycare.
If Governor Perry (welfare for Mexicans, underclass is the new normal) is the anti establishment candidate we are doomed, though perhaps doom will come a little slower than with governor Romneycare.
Sarah Palin has issued a typically brilliant and insightful speech, while still teasing on the issue of whether she is going to run. I think at this stage, getting a bit late to run, better carry on in her lucrative career as a public intellectual, saying the things officially accredited public intellectuals cannot say. (more…)