Monthly Archives: October 2008

Hooray for Joe

There are two methods, or means, and only two, whereby man’s needs and desires can be satisfied. One is the production and exchange of wealth; this is the economic means. The other is the uncompensated appropriation of wealth produced by … Continue reading

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Park Bench

Yesterday, I returned home from a 15hr work day to learn this. It might not surprise you to learn that judge Edmund A. Sargus was appointed by president William J. Clinton.

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Here’s a job for you

Amazing (ht: Riddleblog). This nugget from the last paragraph, spoken by a pastor, about says it all: My competition is Cracker Barrel restaurant down the street. If they go in there and are treated more like family than when they … Continue reading

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Farmers driving Mazeratis

Jim Rogers is a hoot (and full of sense, too). They may have to relocate the Starbucks and other upper-class enclaves to the cornfields of the Midwest!

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How McCain blew the election

OK, it’s not over yet, and John Milhous McCain may still win, but if he loses he need look no further than to the week the financial blowup occurred. These bailouts are the federal government’s way of propping up artificially … Continue reading

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Adopting a bulldog

I must admit a bitter grudge against the SEC. I hate their arrogance, especially since the Buckeyes have a notorious problem beating anyone from the SEC (the other Big 10 teams don’t seem to have as much trouble). However, this … Continue reading

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These thousand hills

Christian contemporary music has long seemed a wasteland for if you’re looking for Biblical lyrics. Word and sacrament are out, feelings-based mysticism is in. The most annoying feature of much of this music is that it’s all about me: how … Continue reading

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A helpful economic tip for Bush, Paulson, and Bernanke

Stop digging. As the prescient Peter Schiff puts it, the party’s over, so let it end instead of repeating Hoover’s and FDR’s errors.

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Extremism

Katie Couric asked Sarah Palin the following questions recently: Couric: If a 15-year-old is raped by her father, do you believe it should be illegal for her to get an abortion, and why? Couric: But ideally, you think it should … Continue reading

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