I had a recent business trip to central Florida… the view from my room
Since the election, some fatalistic Washington conservative elites have accepted — and Obama operatives have rejoiced in — a supposedly new and non-white-male ethnic electorate: Americans will be categorized, and collectively so, on the basis of largely how they look
In 2011, “payments for individuals,” including health care, constituted 65% of federal spending, up from 21% in 1955. That’s the welfare state. Yet, the subject is virtually taboo. Because Americans disapprove of government handouts, we don’t even call the welfare
From StrangeCosmos, new word definitions: Smile – A curve that can set a lot of things straight. Dictionary – The only place where divorce comes before marriage. College – A place where some pursue learning and others learn pursuing. Office
It kind of makes you wonder about how journalists think… Hat tip to Joe K
… the city’s decades-long journey from prosperous, middle-class community to bankrupt, crime-ridden, foreclosure-blighted basket case is straightforward — and alarmingly similar to the path traveled by many municipalities around America’s largest state. San Bernardino succumbed to a vicious circle of
Here’s one for you — How to (not) run a government: don’t worry about tracking expenditures against a budget (Harry Reid’s no budget for last 3 years), and at the same time assume you can take on an endless amount of
A day after Barack Obama earned a second term in the White House, Papa John’s founder and CEO John Schnatter said the president’s signature health-care reform law would increase his business costs and possibly result in employees’ hours being cut.
Elections have consequences… We’re started to see the business impact of Obama’s policies: More companies announce closings and layoffs.
1. You accidentally enter your PIN on the microwave. 2. You haven’t played solitaire with real cards in years. 3. You have a list of 15 phone numbers to reach your family of three. 4. You e-mail the person who