post at ace.mu.nu should be read in its entirety, but here’s the takeaway:
“That vote was on strictly partisan lines, with not a single Democrat on the committee finding Pagliano’s ignoring of Congressional subpoenas to be worthy of censure.”
Congress grants the dude immunity so he can save his own skin and […]
As the state of Connecticut recently reached the 25-year anniversary of its income tax, Fred Lucas at The Daily Signal has taken a look at how the state has fared since the tax’s inception. It was proposed in 1991 by the state’s Governor, former Republican-turned-Independent Gov. Lowell Weicker. Citing the high debt and out-of-control […]
Critics of socialist President Rousseff celebrate her impeachment on the streets of Sao Paolo.
In my previous post about how far-left policies are sinking South American countries while free-market capitalist policies are allowing them to thrive, I briefly mentioned socialist Brazil as an example of the former. While we’ve all read the stories […]
That, my friends, is a $65,000 cake that the government of Venezuela had made to celebrate the birthday of dead dictator Hugo Chavez. That’s right. While infrastructure collapses and the country’s starving citizens are forced into government-run slave labor, the far-left government spends $65,000 on a huge cake to honor the dead socialist dick-tator […]
One of the most constant memes we get from the Left is that we need to emulate Scandinavian countries like Sweden, Denmark and Norway that have massively high taxes and generous welfare states. And it’s not hard to understand why liberals like those nations so much: they rank among the happiest, most prosperous, and […]
The view from Floyd’s office.
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Floyd Turbo gets on his high horse and tells unemployed blue collar folks they need to suck it up. Our Wal-Marts are full of cheap goods from China that make life for the Turbos peachy-keen, so the Trump’kins can take their protectionism and stuff it.
I am surprised, and pleased, by the results of the British referendum to leave the EU. I think it’s the right decision, and can’t state my reasons any better than Daniel Hammond did in his recent speech, so I won’t try.
This is significant, very, very significant for a lot of reasons. I’ll make […]
A psychological thriller game about Arthur Hastings, a man living in a 1960s-style Utopia where everyone is happy, until one day he chooses not to take his government-mandated “Joy” pills and discovers he is actually living in a nightmarish dystopia, and goes on the run. This looks like a delightfully twisted mix of “Bioshock” […]
Note: this is the second part of a two-part list. You can see part 1 here. Following is #s 12-22 on the list, in random order:
12. Brazil (England, 1985)
“This is your receipt for your husband…and this is my receipt for your receipt.”
Coming out only a year after the famous “1984”, […]