Junior Ganymede
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We Spend Thousands Per Capita on Corporate Welfare

September 30th, 2013 by Pecos Bill

I reckon as I’ve seen hogs fit for the slaughter that were less fatted up then these here guvmint-favored corporations.

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September 30th, 2013 12:29:27

Government sets a moral example

March 01st, 2013 by Vader

“Consumer spending up, income drop largest in 20 years”

If the Feds can deficit spend like drunken sailors, why not the private citizen?

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March 01st, 2013 08:45:29

Steyn’s Latest Noir Thriller

August 08th, 2011 by Bertie

Whether its the tight plotting, the crisp murders, or the lavish clues I do not say, but the siren call of Steyn’s latest mystery thriller had young Bertie W. battling the many-headed throng around purveyors of fine detective novels everywhere to secure my own copy with a grip of steel and carry it out triumphantly over my head like whatsit after the battle of thingummy. The book is gripping stuff. The advance publicity was good, but the half was not told unto me.

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August 08th, 2011 09:28:12

Lines I Wish I Had Written

May 24th, 2010 by Adam G.

“Which prompts the thought that the Europeans are post-Christian in this sense, too: they have tried to “liberate” themselves from the curse of Adam by substituting borrowing for working, and from the curse of Eve by not having children. It was entirely foreseeable that neither of these efforts would end well.” (more…)

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May 24th, 2010 09:37:45

Public Debt Heads Skyward in 100 Days

April 28th, 2009 by Bartleby

chart-first100
I prefer not to comment.

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April 28th, 2009 06:27:37

The Reverend Sydney B. Obama

April 21st, 2009 by Bertie

It came to me yesterday, amidst my busy schedule of plucking the gowans fine and imbibing potations in moderation, whom it was that the American President reminded me of. All in a flash–or in a sudden moment of illumination, if you prefer to put it that way, one of Jeeves’ gags–I saw it all. “Strike me pink, it’s Soapy Sid!”

I only wonder that a normally observant fellow like me missed it for so long. I mean to say, the two of them are practically twins, like wossname, Damocles and Psoriasis.

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April 21st, 2009 08:01:46