Monthly Archives: April 2012

Running Out of Gas

(Return to the Contents Topics page.) howstuffworks Good morning. I’m only half way through my first cup of coffee, but what I discovered in today’s New York Times sent me scurrying from the breakfast table to my computer. Paul Krugman’s Op ed, Wasting … Continue reading

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An Obituary

(Return to the Contents Topics page.)  The Candy Perfume Boy There are two topics we avoid like the plague — death and taxes.  Well, one topic.  But we have recently learned of the passing of an icon so noteworthy that, although we … Continue reading

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Be Afraid

(Return to the Contents Topics page.) Bearing Drift The agendas could not be more conflicting, the choice more starkly radical.  “We’ve got two very different visions of our future,” said President Obama, stumping recently in Boca Raton, Florida, “and the difference could … Continue reading

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Refuting Reaganomics, Part 4 – Shifting Perspectives, and Factual Proof

(Return to the Contents Topics page.) Google Lava Lamps – Plunderguide  The game fixers maintain a worldview that justifies using every tool at their disposal to perpetuate and expand their wealth.  Most believe they are the engines of the economic train, creating … Continue reading

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Entitlement, Repression and Class Warfare

(Return to the Contents Topics page.) “Entitlement is multi-generational, but so is working together“ Yesterday was a tough day for me, starting with the morning’s news about the Supreme Court’s decision on the validity of strip searches and continuing with a conversation … Continue reading

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