You’ll recall when I left the last evening my wife was still having problems with a loss of her mother’s canary. She had been saying for years that when those birds went she didn’t want any more.  But, LO and behold when I came home this evening, (and truth to tell, not unexpectedly) there was […]

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Eric Florack on December 5th, 2006

John Hawkins of Right Wing News , is diving back into the Conservative Grapevine.  this time, he’s bringing it up as a group blog, and I’ve applied over there for author status, and John apparently has agreed. Not quite sure how this is going to work, but we’ll give it a try for a while.  […]

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The Radio Equalizer, this morning, hosts a list of idiots who are still trying to prop up the monetary black hole that is known as “Air America”.  he seems to be amazed by the number of idiots that are willing to line up and drop the dime.  But perhaps they’re not so crazy… Think now; […]

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McQ this morning makes a point that I’ve heard before and dismissed… and I’m about to dismiss it again. He makes his point by attempting to draw a parallel between the red scare of the nineteen fifties and what he suggests is the Muslim scare of today. The conflation of the “Muslim world” with it’s […]

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davidl on December 5th, 2006

┬áThomas Sowell discusses “Hollywood Economics:” It is not really news that Hollywood is still producing anti-business movies, but there is a certain irony in it nevertheless. Although these movies tap a certain envy and resentment of corporate wealth, that large corporate wealth comes from far more modest individual amounts of money from about half the […]

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