Monthly Archives: August 2009

How to Really Fix Health Care

Reform of the health care system in the United States is absolutely necessary.  Our nation spends roughly twice the percentage of GDP on health care than many countries in the world, without noticeably different health care outcomes.  Businesses and their … Continue reading

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Favre and the Vikings

This week I’m going to give you a break from my constant criticism of the narcissist Obama.  I’ll do that by devoting my attention to the narcissist Brett Favre!  I’m also going to make some very specific predictions about the … Continue reading

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“Nazis and Mobs” Attack Pelosi’s World

A couple of weeks ago, in my weekly email to those of you who are on my subscriber’s list, I predicted that Congressmen were going to have a tough time with the public during summer recess in their home districts.  … Continue reading

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Engine Disablement Procedures

Whenever the federal government tries to do something it gets messed up.  Often, government programs end up achieving goals that are in conflict with their stated intentions.  The cash for clunkers program was supposed to reduce pollution, but it is … Continue reading

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Beer Summits, Teachable Moments and Cash for Clunkers

According to the Associated Press, “President Barack Obama is hailing his meeting with Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. and policeman James Crowley as a “friendly, thoughtful conversation.”  The awkward “toast photo,” released by the White House, shows Obama, Crowley and … Continue reading

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