Posted by Martin C. Fox on August 21, 2011
It won’t be long before anything with a heartbeat will on Big Sis’ S list. If you want to be in with the DHS in-crowd a little sooner just be white and pay with cash, especially at a gun shop. Check it out here. If you work for CAIR or belong to the Muslim Mafia no worries. If you are not so fortunate then consider a computer wash job after reading my blog by looking here.
Update: DR’s comment is worth considering-
We’ve heard of the “moral majority” and the “silent majority.” You could refer to mainstream America as the compliant majority. The compliant majority will accept almost anything to preserve a society believed to hold a viable future. The bottom is hit when the compliant majority have nothing left and therefore nothing left to lose. Those perceived as fringe members are the first to be demonized. The rest are desensitized into believing that they have no heritage, no honor, and no identity.
Posted in Budget | Tagged: Big Sis, CAIR, DHS, moral majority, Muslim Mafia, Napolitano, silent majority | 1 Comment »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on August 20, 2011
Come September we will be treated to Obama’s next big plan. Yet another attempt to save the economy. What do you bet it will consist of make-work projects funded with yet more borrowed money? It won’t be shovel ready jobs because they seem to be missing. Except for shovel ready grandma. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Budget | Tagged: jobs bill, Obama, shovel ready, Taxes | 2 Comments »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on August 12, 2011
Letters to the Editor regular Mr. Talarico took aim at Grover Norquist in today’s Erie Times News. Norquist is described as an angry man with a hostile attitude toward government. That sounds pretty good to me! Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Budget | Tagged: Biden, Grover Norquist, Tax and Spend, Taxes, Warfare-Welfare | 3 Comments »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on August 6, 2011
Gary North recently explains the difference between Keynesian and Austrian economics in terms simple enough even for me. He then asks the question why we continue down the Keynesian road to oblivion.
The world economic situation is one giant example of un-leashed Keynes. Government intervention in the marketplace, pumping fiat money into the system and generally enlarging that monolith that is government. The system doesn’t work but government’s typical solution is more of the same. The emphasis on MORE. Why indeed do we continue down this dark road? Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Budget | Tagged: Austrian, Bernanke, Geitner, Keynes, progressive | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on August 2, 2011
Kathleen Parker, in today’s Erie Times News, thinks the Tea Partiers should be banned to the nether regions for weakening the Republican party. Kathleen is right but backwards. The traditional Republcan party is the spineless half bother who, like in a Castle movie, should be kept locked in the attic. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Budget | Tagged: Erie Times, FreedomWorks, Kathleen Parker, Republican, Taxpayers Union | 1 Comment »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on August 2, 2011
See Rand Paul’s evaluation of Congress’ latest joke here. Reference Gary’s “Baloney” below.
Posted in Budget | Tagged: AAA Bond, Compromise, Obamacare, Rand Paul, Super Committee, TARP | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on July 30, 2011
Mary Sanchez recently had a column taking Michelle Bachmann to task which illustrates the thinking that has us sliding toward disaster. Bachmann rightly advocates shutting down the Department of Education. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Budget, Education | Tagged: DEA, Education, Fed, Jimmy Carter, Libertarian, Mary Sanchez, Michelle Bachmann, Ron Paul | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on July 27, 2011
Michael Rozeff talks about default and where we may be going.
Posted in Budget, Uncategorized | Tagged: Bancor, Debt Limit, Default, Rollover, Warfare-Welfare | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on July 24, 2011
As distasteful as it is, I feel I must talk about E.J.Dionne’s column. He writes today (24 July) that the Tea Party is the cause of the debt ceiling fiasco.
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Posted in Budget | Tagged: Biden, Deficit, Dionne, Tea Party | Leave a Comment »
Posted by Martin C. Fox on July 20, 2011
Gary North does some math with respect to the debt limit debate
Posted in Budget | Tagged: Boehner, Cantor, debt ceiling, FREE LUNCH, grand bargain | Leave a Comment »