Monthly Archives for November 2012

November 29, 2012

“Federal Court Temporarily Blocks HHS Contraception Mandate for Private Business Owner”

TweetThe headline is unintentionally ironic because it speaks to the now temporary nature of what were once considered rights the government could not infringe upon, no matter what John Roberts would say hundreds of years on. Just thought I’d point … Continue reading

29. November 2012 by Jeff G.
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November 29, 2012

“Krugman: National default ‘can’t happen’”

TweetBill Wilson, ALG, responds: In the past 30 years, the national debt has increased 1,328 percent from $1.1 trillion to $16.3 trillion. [...] What will the national debt be in 2042? An historically “modest” tripling to $50 trillion? Or perhaps … Continue reading

29. November 2012 by Jeff G.
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November 29, 2012

Progressivism has become a parody of itself

TweetIt’s cliche, I know, but we’ve nearly reached an Orwellian singularity: The Washington state Health Department will be changing marriage and divorce certificates in response to the same-sex marriage law that takes effect Dec. 6. Words such as “bride,” ”groom,” … Continue reading

29. November 2012 by Jeff G.
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November 29, 2012

Obama’s mandate: That you know your place in His plan [Darleen Click]

TweetThe permanent campaign’s spokeshole, Stephanie Cutter, makes the purpose of Leviathan Government clear Stephanie Cutter, who served as deputy campaign manager for Obama’s re-election effort, said that the president’s mandate after winning re-election “is to protect the middle class,” during … Continue reading

29. November 2012 by Darleen
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November 28, 2012

“401(k) servicing industry sounds alarm over tax changes”

TweetI wrote about this probably going on a year ago, and at the time it seemed like some sort of wild-eyed conspiracy theory, even to many on “our” side.  But look at the facts:  we have an insatiable government spending … Continue reading

28. November 2012 by Jeff G.
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November 28, 2012

The physics of “poverty”

TweetTurns out that, per the government, it’s all about relativity: The federal government now considers a family of four in New York City to be poor if its pre-tax income is below $37,900.Even with full medical coverage. The calculation helps … Continue reading

28. November 2012 by Jeff G.
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November 28, 2012

Surrender monkeys surrender

TweetIt’s an existential truism. And I have a feeling the GOP is preparing to do just that on tax hikes, else why play along with the hysterics of the “fiscal cliff” sham — even to the point of declaring that … Continue reading

28. November 2012 by Jeff G.
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November 28, 2012

The “rich” are rarely stupid [Darleen Click]

TweetWho knew? In the 2009-10 tax year, more than 16,000 people declared an annual income of more than £1 million to HM Revenue and Customs. This number fell to just 6,000 after Gordon Brown introduced the new 50p top rate … Continue reading

28. November 2012 by Darleen
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November 28, 2012

We had already established what Sandra Fluke was … [Darleen Click]

Tweet… we just were wondering what she charges by the hour EXCLUSIVE: Sandra Fluke, noted advocate for government-subsidized birth control, is auctioning off one hour of her time for an online “strategy session” at the site BiddingForGood.com. According to the … Continue reading

28. November 2012 by Darleen
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November 27, 2012

“York: After victory, liberals want income redistribution”

TweetWhich we knew before the Obama victory.  Both of them, actually. Good thing we’re allowed, finally, to speak of it, though.  That way we can vent without fear of turning off those moderates and independents who went and voted yet … Continue reading

27. November 2012 by Jeff G.
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