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Monthly Archives: October 2013

Regarding that shutdown.

I’m late in any posting on this topic but the House GOP should have certainly expected the public to hold them far more accountable than Democrats or President Obama — I mean, that’s just one of the many big advantages in having an alphabet soup of television networks that carry water for your causes. So […]

This just in: Spies spy.

I find President Obama’s admission that he was unaware that the National Security Agency spied on world leaders far more frightening then the NSA actually spying on world leaders. Isn’t that what spies do? Spy on other countries? (Meanwhile stories about the federal government actually abusing its power yield a collective yawn amongst the beltway […]

$17 trillion or 205?

That’s not a Chicago song, it’s what our debt really is when you factor in “entitlements” and throw out our government’s wacky accounting method. [WSJ] Recent headlines say that President Obama succeeded in breaking the debt limit to allow federal borrowing beyond $17 trillion. But Stanley Druckenmiller, one of the most successful money managers of […]