Archive for: December 21, 2008

December 21, 2008

Our Bailout Culture and the Beauty of Bankruptcy

Filed under: Economics,History,Politically Incorrect Reality - 21 Dec 2008

The story of the Prodigal Son teaches a beautiful lesson about repentance and forgiveness. As you may know, it involves a lazy, irresponsible young man who insists upon taking his share of the family inheritance immediately and striking out …

The Great Ponzi

Filed under: Economics,In The News - 21 Dec 2008

The news is full of the term “Ponzi Scheme” in the past weeks as the Madoff investment plans collapse. Charles Ponzi conned hundreds of investors out of millions of dollars in 1921 by promising 40% return on investment in …

Sun-Times: Obama’s Senate Seat is a ‘Black Senate Seat’

Betcha didn’t know that the elected office of Senator of the United States of America was a color coded position? Apparently, Laura Washington of the Chicago Sun-Times thinks it is, anyway, because she is warning that Obama’s “black Senate seat” …

Joy to the World! or Christmasphobia?

In my opinion, Christmas should be a time of great joy and good will. People everywhere should be caught up in the “Christmas Spirit!” To some, however, Christmas is but a dreary reminder of the grim consequences of allowing …

My Illegal Alien Conspiracy Theory…

Filed under: Immigration - 21 Dec 2008

Maybe this has been said before, or obvious to point out, but I have never heard anyone talking about it. I happened to be thinking about the ups and downs of the economy lately and of course we all know …

Global Warming Alarmists Still Flailing Away

Al Gore’s pontificating global warming lemmings continue to advance his junk science. The latest assault on credible science comes from AP writer, Seth Borenstein. I have opined before about Al Gore’s motivation to be a global warming alarmist, but I …