Friday, December 30, 2011

Overating Conservatives Logic

     Nice article from Brutish & Short An Argument for Renewable Energy that Even Conservatives Can Bet Behind but he is working from the belief that today's conservatives use logic for anything. He is sorely overrating them.

Yesterday's Leftovers

      The only thing I can think of when I see one of these the debt is going to kill us articles is where are the jobs, jobs first then debt
       Reich is usually OK although often repetitive but My Political Prediction for 2012 is just stupid.


Thursday, December 29, 2011

Why George Will is Still Readable.

     Just when I thing Mr. Will has sold out and gone over to the dark side he comes out with a well written and thoughtful article. The 9th Circuits Proper Call on Bone Marrow Donations is one of those articles that makes him worth peeking at regularly.


Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Two for the Bad Column

    David Brooks is still an idiot as Midlife Crisis Economy  adds to his awful legacy of articles this year. Maybe he will turn a new leaf next year.
     Job Creation Is Price of New Health Care  Law  is just proof that if the majority of your employees are part time employees than your company is in for a rude awakening when the new health care law takes effect. Companies with mostly full time employees or who already provide health care to their employees will save money. Maybe you need to change your policies. Think.


Politicians Profiting in this Economy

      The actual article title is Economic Downturn Took a Detour at Capitol Hill but my title is more honest. They continue to profit as we continue to loose. Need to find a way to get the money out of politics.


Monday, December 26, 2011

Multiple Looks at the Presidential Race

     From looking at the opinion pages this morning apparently what you do after Christmas on a Presidential election year is either rally the troops or over analyze it.
     Looks from the left come from EJ Dionne and Albert R Hunt.
     Looks from the right come from The Weekly Standard and The Washington Times. This tells you something about both sides as Democrats seem to believe in the power of the individual voice and Republicans seem to believe in the collective voice.
     Meanwhile over analysis come from Erin McPike on the situation in Ohio.