Monthly Archives: June 2009

Thoughts on Iraq

The US military is withdrawing today from the cities of Iraq.  Yet, the carnage continues, with as many as 300 Iraqi civilians killed in the last two weeks. Philip Garaldi, writing at the American Conservative, has some pretty astute observations … Continue reading

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Must read essay from Baseline Scenario

What’s next for the economy?  That’s certainly the question on many people’s minds these days. The official (government and financial industry) opinion is well known.  Green shoots are springing up, the worst is behind us, our efforts to resolve the … Continue reading

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20 years of lies about Oklahoma’s Crosstown Freeway Project

I’ve been so busy with all the rest of my life — you know, things like picking Colorado potato beetles off the potato plants, watering the tomatoes, doing choreography for Vacation Bible School and etc — that I have been … Continue reading

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Tweets from Bob.

I just signed up for Twitter, if you are into that sort of thing, you can follow me at bobwaldrop .  Like this blog, tweets will probably be somewhat irregular. Bookmark on DeliciousDigg this postRecommend on FacebookBuzz it upshare via … Continue reading

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