Well, the Republican Congressional Arson Committee was out-voted Wednesday and the government shutdown has ended and the debt ceiling has been raised. At least for a few months. Now come the analyses striving to set the Conventional Wisdom.
|By: dakine01 Friday April 12, 2013 1:19 pm|
Word leaked last Friday (April 5) that Chained CPI was going to be part of President Obama’s budget, prompting me to point out a simple truth, “A Bad Idea Is a Bad Idea, No Matter Who Proposes It.” Of course, starting Monday, all the usual suspects and even a few somewhat surprising suspects started pushing the idea as a wonderful thing, maybe even as good as sliced bread.
|By: dakine01 Sunday July 10, 2011 5:20 pm|
Instead of being “surprised” by the June (lack of) Jobs Report, it seems the economists were “stunned” by the numbers.
|By: dakine01 Sunday January 30, 2011 7:00 pm|
A few months ago, I offered my services — only half facetiously — to British Petroleum as CEO after I had read about and watched bits of Tony Hayward’s testimony before Congress. He’d acted like the Sergeant Schultz character (I know nothing, nothing!) on the old sitcom Hogan’s Heroes; I figured I could do at least as good a job as Hayward for a lot less money. Win-win all the way around for everyone!
|By: Jesse Wendel Monday December 15, 2008 6:30 pm|
The Wall St. Journal wrote this morning that Google has sold out Network Neutrality.
Naturally we trust Murdoch to tell us the truth in all things.
No, wait. We don’t.
As it typical with The Journal, it turns out they’re lying across the board.
The President-elect denies the claim he is backing off NN