Monthly Archives: July 2011

Overheard in the congressional deficit limit debate…

An anecdote from our national slide onto the ash heap of history. . . We are here to DEFEND our principles!  We have a RIGHT to loot our enemies and reward our friends! What other possible reason would there be … Continue reading

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Is this another bankers’ conspiracy? Cui bono?

As the crooks, thieves, and fools in Washington D.C. continue to bluster and blather about the debt limit, my thoughts increasingly turn to “cui bono?” Who is going to benefit from this? Well, if we do default, all those hedge … Continue reading

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Two observations on the meta-narrative.

We don’t lack for explanations about what is going on these days.  Politicians and special interests are working overtime to spin events in ways that benefit them. There’s little comment from the viewpoint of the common good about the meaning … Continue reading

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