Monthly Archives: April 2011

Oh, For That Adult Conversation — 25 April 2011

Paul Ryan was prescient.  After the release of his budget, with its prescription to save our entitlement programs by fundamentally reforming them, an interviewer asked him if he hadn’t given ammunition to the opposition.  His reply: “They are going to … Continue reading

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Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics

I’m in a foul mood.  This weekend I spent $4.29 a gallon to gas up my car, and I know this isn’t the top.  But Ben Bernanke doesn’t think we have an inflation problem.  And I am weary of Chicago’s … Continue reading

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Our Shape-Shifting President — April 11, 2011

Say what you want about George W. Bush, but one thing was without doubt – he was (is) loyal to his principles and loyal to his people.  Not so with this President.  As we have seen in the last few … Continue reading

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In the Sandstorm — April 4, 2011

I must admit, I do have a twinge of sympathy for President Obama from time to time.  For instance, the revolutionary wave that is sweeping North Africa and the Mideast is potentially as momentous as the collapse of the Ottoman … Continue reading

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