Monthly Archives: July 2012

From Nanny Bloomberg to Wet Nurse Bloomberg

Mayor Bloomberg has been working overtime these past weeks to stay at the top of my least favorite politicians list.  Now he’s mandated hospitals treat baby formula like it is a controlled substance.  If a new mother requests it, not … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Milton Friedman!

Milton Friedman would have turned 100 years old today, had he lived.  It’s a pity he’s not still around – we need more of his clear thinking on capitalism and small government.  In his honor, one of my favorite Milton … Continue reading

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Culture and Success

While in Israel, Romney pointed to differences in culture between the Palestinians and Israelis as an explanation of why Israel’s GDP per capita is so much higher than Palestine’s.  A Palestinian official said Romney was racist (of course) and that the … Continue reading

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Woody Allen Interviews William F. Buckley

First, who knew Woody Allen had his own show? Second, can you imagine a conservative getting that sort of warm applause on a TV show today?

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I love being right.

Since I had no evidence for my supposition in my last post regarding cops and their support of the 2nd Amendment, beyond my limited personal observations, it was quite a treat to see that there has actually been a study that confirms my opinion. There is … Continue reading

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Red Tape vs. Small Business

The Joint Economic Committee Republicans came out with this infographic on where federal government regulations affect small business.  Now imagine it layered with state and municipal regulations… Brrr…

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Romney, Olympics, and Twits

I sat down at my computer this afternoon, opened up my Twitter account and… gasp!  OMG!  Romney made a vaguely critical comment about the London Olympics and the liberal twittersphere is… atwitter. This tells me two things: 1) Romney needs … Continue reading

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