GOT TWO MINUTES?
This video makes me wonder whether Mitt Romney will really win the Republican nomination. It obviously won’t be Perry or Cain or Bachmann (or Paul, who at least deserves respect for his principled, if to my mind mostly wrong-headed, views). Will it be Gingrich? Huntsman? Has Huntsman been the guy […]
I like the way DNC Chair Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz put it: “This is a man of incredible intellect. A powerhouse who has championed the rights of consumers in the financial services community. I really have a heavy heart today. I’m going to miss him terribly.”
And I like what the President said: […]
WHAT THE OTHER SIDE IS SAYING – I
I gave $500 to Steve Forbes’ 1996 presidential campaign – I’m a Forbes Family Fan – because I thought he might elevate the Republican debate (sadly, no) and $500 to my great friend Mike Huffington’s 1992 congressional race (remember moderate Republicans?) . . . and have […]
SEND THIS LINK TO EVERY REPUBLICAN YOU KNOW
David Frum writes:
I’ve been a Republican all my adult life. I have worked on the editorial page of The Wall Street Journal, at Forbes magazine, at the Manhattan and American Enterprise Institutes, as a speechwriter in the George W. Bush administration. I believe […]
THANK YOU, GROVER NORQUIST
Following up from yesterday, may I say one more thing about Grover Norquist?
Things were pretty good in the Nineties: low unemployment and an economy pretty much in balance, with everyone getting richer and our National Debt shrinking relative to the size of the economy as a whole.
Have I mentioned this before? (Google says yes – 246 times, going back to 2003.) Well, obviously none of this is original with me; but it’s taking wing – and taken to the streets. Watch Rachel on Occupy Wall Street and how our Republican friends are dead set against doing what […]
I have Outlook on the run. It’s a simple matter of switching to a brand new computer and starting from scratch . . . very carefully . . . with a brand new Microsoft Office 2010. By Monday I could be out of computer hell and fully functioning.
But can I just say […]
The world may be ending, but Borealis is $4, I have a vague strategy for getting out of computer hell, I got an empty seat next to me on the flight back from Chicago (by moving to the very last row of the plane after they closed the doors), and I found my new
Outlook decided yesterday — apropos of absolutely nothing that I can divine — to start downloading 68,000 emails I had previously processed again, for the third time now. So I am back in computer hell, thank you very much, and will offer just a couple of things today.
INSIDER TRADING BY CONGRESS
It’s simply […]
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Market economics as currently practiced often ... includes only what's countable, not what counts.~Rocky Mountain Institute
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