I know… After pledging to update the blog a bit more I go silent for a month or so. Anyway, I’ve been trying to write a bit more for the Daily Caller. I had a blast writing this piece … Continue reading
Yes, it’s all the fault of the Republicans. If only Congress would simply comply with the executive all would be well. This is an argument many of us encounter, as if the legislature shouldn’t have a rule in, er, legislating. … Continue reading
Although I’ve been a bit quiet on this blog, I’ve been fairly active over at Trending Central. A few weeks back I wrote this piece about America’s ‘Tractor Statistic‘ economy, a reference to the country’s manipulated unemployment statistics. With … Continue reading
In most political issues (bar some social stuff) I tend to find myself following a ‘Coburn Rule’ — if Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) backs/opposes something, it’s usually a good idea. This is certainly the case with the senator’s op-ed in … Continue reading
Fantastic stuff from Charles Krauthammer in the Washington Post today. I particularly liked this: Most people become aware of the hopeless inefficiency of sclerotic government by, oh, age 17 at the department of motor vehicles.
This is a great line from George Will: The day before Obama shared with MSNBC his conclusion that big government defends its irrationalities but is insufficiently big, his speech du jour deplored today’s increasing inequality and distrust of government. He seems oblivious to … Continue reading