By ‘left’ I don’t mean all liberals. Bill Clinton, despite his flaws, is an example of a liberal who, through his technology initiatives, promoted individual success, unlike Sanders who threatens to suppress and punish it. Clinton understood that the health and success of an economy depends on the ability of exceptional people to innovate and… Continue reading Bill Clinton vs. Sanders
There’s a reason they call him Senile Sanders: @coach_irish was hoping he would buy an economics textbook — Martin Shkreli (@MartinShkreli) March 13, 2016 The graphs below show that wages for men have actually fallen more than for women, that the gender gap has narrowed since the 80’s, and that the decline was most likely… Continue reading He’s Right, Part 2
With the exception of the Supreme Court and the primaries, not much going on in the news. We’re still in a slow news cycle and in an autopilot economy of things being sluggish but never approaching the crisis the left seeks. Thomas Sowell endorses Cruz over Trump. No shocker there. As part of the post-2013… Continue reading ‘Low Information’ Sanders
From ILANA MERCER’s article Schooling Beck On Trump’s Nullification Promise, this passage about Bernie Sanders being a ‘brainiac’ stood out: …But face it; “tear down this wall, Mr. Gorbachev,” didn’t bring down the Soviet empire. Neither was Communist Russia crushed by Reagan’s exorbitant “Star Wars fantasy of space-based missile defense.” Rather, Communist Russia collapsed under… Continue reading Bernie the Brainiac?
From Canto Talk: The Democrats are really socialists now That’s right. There is no real difference, and that is not a good path to national election for the Democrats. President Clinton tried to move the party to the center. He worked with the GOP to pass welfare reform and signed free trade agreements like NAFTA.… Continue reading Hillary the Lesser of Two Evils
pretty much sums it up
Any 2016 speculation before the primaries is pretty much a waste of energy. If Bernie loses to Hillary in Iowa and Hew Hampshire, he’s pretty much finished, baring some major scandal or gaffe for Hillary. The GOP field is more diverse, with many candidates neck-and-neck, making it harder to determine a front-runner from the first… Continue reading Trump & Sanders