Tag: Unemployment

June 17, 2013

Elbert Guillory: Why I Am a Republican

Another politician has seen the light.. Elbert Guillory: Why I Am a Republican © 2013, Pontificus you can try these out. All rights reserved. © 2013 – 2017, Pontificus. All rights reserved.






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August 7, 2011

Oops. Time For Another Climate Fairy Tale…

James Taylor of Forbes has reported on new NASA data in an article titled “New NASA Data Blow Gaping Hold In Global Warming Alarmism“1. Basically it shows that all the climate models put forth by global warming (aka climate change) alarmists are faulty. For those inclined to read the underlying scientific paper titled “On the […]






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January 28, 2010

Democrats Respond To Brown Election By Getting Ready To Spend $1,900,000,000,000

Spending your way to debt bondage In the sea of self-righteous proclamations by Democrats in Congress to wait for the new Republican Senator from Massachusetts before engaging in further healthcare debate, the same induhviduals have carefully neglected to discuss the real elephant in the room. Namely the national debt. The reason is now obvious. Harry […]






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January 20, 2010

Coakley — A Win Win Fall Gal Strategy for Obama?

<img class=" " title="Obama's Fall Gal?" src="http://assets.nydailynews.com/img/2009/12/09/alg_attorney_general_coakley top article.jpg” alt=”” width=”200″ /> Obama's Fall Gal? Analyzing the stunning victory for the Republicans in Massachusetts, one of the most liberal states in the Union, one comes away with various theories on what might have been playing out behind the scenes. Here’s one of those theories for […]






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November 20, 2009

This One Sums It Up Pretty Well

Obamacare The Efficiency of the Postal Service The Sustainability of Social Security and all the Compassion of the IRS (No further comment) © 2009, Pontificus. All rights reserved.






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November 20, 2009

The California Bankruptcy Experiment

The Golden State hasn’t been that golden in a long while. Year after year the state seems to move from one budget crisis to the next. From one massive budget shortfall to another just as big or bigger. If political speeches promising a better future had any worth, the state would be platinum by now. […]






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November 18, 2009

That Climate Change Thing…

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 […]






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