Unions vs Taxpayers

I’m certainly not the only person that predicts that the future “civil war” in our country will be between union member and private sector taxpayers.  An article in City Journal notes the following about the battle in California: How public employees

It’s All About Socialism, Baby

From Harvard Professor of Economics, Greg Mankiw: I have long said that one of the prime motives for healthcare reform had nothing to do with health per se but rather was a desire by those on the left for greater redistribution

Interesting Product Warnings

Some cutes one about warnings that appear on common products … from StrangeCosmos: On a bar of Dial soap: “Directions: Use like regular soap.” (hmm???….) On some Swanson frozen dinners: “Serving suggestion: Defrost.” On Boot’s Children Cough Medicine: “Do not

The UN and the US

Listed below are the actual voting records of various Arabic/Islamic States, which are are documented at both the US State Department and the United Nations: Kuwait votes against the United States 67% of the time. Qatar votes against the United States

How to Reduce the Cost of Health Care

I’ve written previously that one of the core problems with the cost of health care is OPM (“other people’s money”).  As long as a third party is covering all of the costs (whether it’s private insurance or government), the consumer

Contemporary Rock Band

You can catch a new Dayton-area Classic, Contemporary, and Original Acoustic rock band called “The Deceptive Play” at the Signature Coffee House on March 13th. They play a combination of violins, guitars, and harmonicas… Check ’em out.