Archive for April 2014

Economic liberty and social honor — we are all the 1%

We are the 1% of history that are rich, all of us are rich by comparison to all (excepting only kings and queens) of those who lived in 99% of history that occurred before the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. Deirdre McCloskey explained what happened and why it was allowed to happen in her book,…

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Here is the trailer for Dinesh D’Souza’s new movie “America”

The long-haired creep who thinks America is an evil empire is former University of Colorado “professor” Ward Churchill. He’s famous for saying the 2,600 Americans murdered on 9/11 were “little Eichmanns.” The doddering old fool is the Marxist Noam Chomsky. Chomsky and Churchill, who should change his last name to Churlinsky, are perpetually angry liberals…

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Doctors should tell the Government to take this mandate and shove it

Dr. Daniel F. Craviotto, A Doctor’s Declaration of Independence. I don’t know about other physicians but I am tired—tired of the mandates, tired of outside interference, tired of anything that unnecessarily interferes with the way I practice medicine. No other profession would put up with this kind of scrutiny and coercion from outside forces. The…

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The last crossing of the legs at the ankles

The photo below of a dead Austrian soldier in 1915 with his ankles crossed is a common site that EMTs, police and others might see at an auto-pedestrain accident involving a fatality or a crime scene.  Medical examiners see it in murder victims. Do people intentionally cross their ankles moments before they die?  I’ve seen…

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Jackpot for Spitzer’s ex-wife in divorce settlement

New York Post: Eliot Spitzer’s hooker-loving ways have cost him big — with ex-wife Silda scoring a $7.5 million cash payout and a steady stream of payments to maintain her luxurious lifestyle as part of their divorce. Alimony of $240,000 a year also. I wonder what the cost per dalliance would be if the number…

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Things to consider…

Highway robbery (car jacking) in the 1920’s …there was an era in America when people feared driving in town less than trips between them, on the open road, where one was “beyond the reach of help.” 19 hard things you must do to be successful “You have to do the hard things. The things that no…

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An affidavit supporting a search warrant is presumed valid? Really?

Yes, according to the Wyoming Supreme Court in Snell v. State, April 9, 2014. The Court says: We have also emphasized that an affidavit supporting a search warrant is presumed valid, and that it is tested by a less vigorous standard than that for determining admissibility of evidence at trial. Bouch v. State, 2006 WY…

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Gabby Franco doesn’t want us to become Venezuela

Everything Gabby says is ordinary common sense. So why does Youtube have to put up that warning that she is expressing her personal views that are not necessarily the views of other organizations? Doesn’t anyone who is not in a coma already know that? There are plenty of videos on Youtube spewing left-wing propaganda that…

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New study shows getting high can help you lose weight

A four-year study of military personnel conducted by a quasi-governmental organization in Bethesda, Maryland has shown that getting high and staying that way can prevent obesity. That would be as in “getting high” by living somewhere that is roughly 6500 feet or higher in elevation. Sorry, it’s not about smoking dope, which still makes most…

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