Monthly Archives: November 2011

Fiscal Three Card Monte

Yesterday I ‘happened upon’ a couple of interesting facts. First, the total outstanding debt in the U.S. at the end of this past June is only $120.6 billion greater than it was at the end of December of 2008. This … Continue reading

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BBC attempts dissing of hedge fund manager. Kyle Bass will have none of it.

The interviewer’s approach says much about the progressive-leftist-marxist-liberal-socialist attitude regarding capital markets. Mr. Bass does an excellent job of explaining why he did what he did, and continues to do. It becomes ever more obvious as the interview proceeds that … Continue reading

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Fisking Dilbert: Sharing my ideas at the suggestion of Scott Adams

On November 5th, the Wall Street Journal published an essay by Scott Adams, creator of the “Dilbert” character series of cartoons. The title was “What If Government Were More Like an iPod?” Therein, Mr. Adams gives his opinion regarding what … Continue reading

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News Googling ain’t what it used to be.

In today’s American Thinker is an article by Cindy Simpson titled “The Great American Memory Hole” wherein she informs us that. . . Another Orwellian phenomenon surrounding the “birther” controversy was recently discovered: “JustiaGate,” in which 25 Supreme Court decisions … Continue reading

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Whiskey, Tango, Foxtrot: Phonetic Alphabet Reporting

What was once termed the “International Phonetic Alphabet,” but is now known as the “NATO Phonetic Alphabet,”  is used world-wide in flight operations for the purpose of avoiding garbled communication between aircraft or aircraft and controllers. So it is entirely … Continue reading

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Russia and Canada Émigré Jamie Glazov on Canadian TV (updated)

Only six-and-a-half minutes, and you’ll get a peek at what they think about radical Islam up there in the Great White North. . .better known in some circles as the “Eh” country. McKenzie Brothers were unavailable for comment. Jamie Glazov … Continue reading

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