What is the difference between the Government chaining me to a soup kitchen where I ladle out soup and bread to poor people for four hours a day as a slave, or just me working in my office all day… Read More ›
Q: What question is kryptonite to a Liberal? A: Who is going to pay for what you and others want for free?
I had a different post planned for today, but my in-box this morning had an email from my buddy Clark Kent that contained an incredible…and I mean incredible article, that I had to post this morning instead. And yes, he… Read More ›
First off, I am not anti-recycling, I am anti-enslavement, and that is what this article is about. Even though I did not have the room to store recyclables in my apartment, I did make sure they made it into a… Read More ›
How to get 22 pounds of produce for $8 – The “poor” can afford healthy food, they just don’t want to.
Over the years we’ve been bombarded with news and advertisements from various profit and non-profit organizations as well as political pundits and their rhetoric that saturate us with claims about poor people having no other choice but to eat fast… Read More ›
Microsoft, Exxon Mobil & ADP now have a better credit rating, and Apple has more cash and securities, than the United States of America.
On paper, these companies do have a better credit rating. The reality is much different. When a country has its credit rating downgraded, all businesses in that country also have their credit rating downgraded by default. Why? S&P, by lowering… Read More ›
I’ve been watching these commercials for years, and like the famous Cash Call commercials with Gary Coleman (who played Arnold Jackson from the sitcom Different Strokes), I wonder just how many people read the fine print on these agreements. I… Read More ›
The following images are from Wikipedia. I thought it would be interesting for some readers to see what the demographics of the United States look like and to point out a couple key facts. The first image is the breakout… Read More ›