November 18, 2009
Climate Change (formerly known as Global Warming) isn’t quite done in the political arena yet. One would think that the the global warming predictions — and the so-called models they are based on — were sufficiently busted through actual observations of the weather and solid science1 that there would be no further discussion of laws […]
November 16, 2009
Edmunds.com — known for evaluating new and used cars and their markets — collated its seasonal car sales numbers with the results of the cash for clunkers program (aka Car Allowance Rebate System) click this over here now. Their findings were that factoring in new car sales that would have taken place anyway, the government […]
November 12, 2009
Government can run healthcare best, right? Afterall, with Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid they’ve had plenty of time to learn from past successes and failures, and not repeat them again, right? Regardless of your personal opinion, the following video should provide plenty of additional facts to go with the discussion. Source for the video is […]
November 9, 2009
Now that the healthcare act will be dropping some $1,200 billion to $3,400 billion1 to the deficit over the next 10 years, how will we pay for it all?