Monthly Archives: July 2011

Balanced budget debate — “Next man makes a move, the [sheriff] gets it!”

Remember that scene from Blazing Saddles? (Yes, I know he didn’t say “sheriff.”  I’m not up for a PC death match over a stupid word.)  The townsfolk, enraged that their new sheriff is “of color,” form a lynch mob and … Continue reading

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Which Lie am I Supposed to Believe?

If you’re old enough, maybe you’ll remember this… I think of it every time time a politician threatens to lay off police and firemen if they have to cut the budget, or we’re told how many poor children will be … Continue reading

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August 2, 2011 — Doomsday or just Tuesday?

Well, we’re only a couple of weeks out until budgetary Armageddon.  Total financial collapse.  A world economic catastrophe unlike any ever seen. Or not.  It depends on who you ask. We’re getting ominous warnings from the Congressional Democrats, the Federal … Continue reading

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