I’m not big on New Year’s resolutions. In fact, I never make them, but the beginning of a new year is a good time to assess how we can correct our mistakes and do better going forward. One of the most effective things we could do in to make that happen would be to rid ourselves of one of the ...Read More »
Tag Archives: Social Security
He’s “Historic,” All Right. Obama 1st President to Propose Spending More than $4 Trillion in One Year
It is well-known that Barack “The Change We’ve Been Waiting For” Obama is a “historic” figure, and I’ve told you many times, whenever liberals start touting the benefits of a political figure using that adjective, you should hang on to your wallet and run in the opposite direction. (See also the first welfare cheat in the U.S. Senate, Carol Moseley ...Read More »
NSFW-Medicare is Unsustainable, and Social Security Will Soon Be Insolvent. Possible Solution: At Least for Hot Seniors.
From the Smoking Gun, “Police Sting Nets “Cougar,” 71, On Prostitution Rap:” In the January 25 backpage.com ad that caught the eye of investigators, Liebhart/“Lola” is described as a “perfect pleasure” who is “delicious, delectable, delightful.” The ad–titled “Older is Better”–noted that the septuagenarian hooker would only be in Glastonbury for three days. A January 12 backpage.com ad listed “Lola”’s ...Read More »
We face a possible second downgrade of America’s debt because of the last 10 years of spending, which was excessive under President Bush, and which has accelerated at a breathtaking pace under the able stewardship of B. Hussein Obama. We look at the weasels in D.C., and express disgust over the way they enthusiastically spend other people’s money, but is ...Read More »
In a little over an hour, Mitt Romney will formally announce, from the deck of the U.S.S. Wisconsin, in Norfolk, Virginia, that he has chosen Rep. Paul Ryan as his V.P. choice. I was surprised, and delighted, by this news. I assumed that Mitt would go with the safe choice, Tim Pawlenty. I am happy to be wrong. The selection ...Read More »