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CO2 Tax Australia – Prime Minister Gillard Has Her Excuse – Drop This Tax Now

August 6, 2011 by


By Andrew Bolt Yesterday just underlined the spectacular folly that is the Gillard Government’s carbon dioxide tax. And it may give Prime Minister Julia Gillard her get-out excuse. Australia’s share market dropped like a stone, taking the week’s losses to more than $100 billion. Fears are rising that the United States is about to have […]

Financial Meltdown Reprise – Video

April 29, 2010 by


While the hearings are under way regarding the financial meltdown, and just who it might have been that contributed, it’s well worth having a look at some earlier footage. This footage is of Representative Paul Kanjorski (Dem-PA) speaking on CSPAN about what happened. The footage has been roundly discredited, mainly because what he said was […]

Iceland To Europe: Drop Dead

March 10, 2010 by


By Richard J. Douglas Icelanders have revolted against government hubris, banking greed, and foreign arm-twisting. Americans could learn a thing or two from their Viking neighbors. In a March 7th plebiscite (referendum) watched closely in Europe but below the radar in America, Iceland’s voters overwhelmingly declared that their island nation’s largest bank is emphatically NOT […]

Is Obama Trying To Bankrupt America?

March 3, 2010 by


By Nancy Morgan TonyfromOz prefaces … See my further Comments at the end of this post. Inquiring minds want to know: Is Obama trying to bankrupt America? One short year ago, asking this this question would have guaranteed my inclusion among the ranks of right-wing nuts and/or conspiracy theorists. Today, it is a serious question […]

A Man-Made Financial Disaster

November 15, 2009 by


By Alan Caruba You will recall that, shortly before the end of the 2008 political campaign, the White House announced a threat to the entire financial system and called on Congress to enact emergency spending powers. The Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 was enacted on October 3, 2008. Just eighteen days earlier an event […]

The Endive Denounced for Cruelty to Stick Bugs

March 31, 2009 by


From The Endive The News Leader of the Known Universe Animal rights activists were appalled to learn that an article on The Endive, a conservative news magazine, featured a picture of a stick bug with a big piece of poop stuck on its head and not a stick as represented in the article. “We are […]

Politicians Fiddle While America Burns

March 11, 2009 by


Nancy Morgan As the economy continues its downward spiral and hundreds of thousands join the ranks of the unemployed, Americans may rest easy knowing that our elected officials are hard at work on our behalf. President Obama took time out from pushing his massive spending and tax increase package to announce his new focus on […]