How has the housing market REALLY been performing?
There has been talk of improvement, but we’re still suffering from the devastating financial crisis that originated from excessive government subsidies and mandates on the banking system. Central planning continues as the government overreaches–it doesn’t matter which administration, central planning has dire consequences–has relaunched its campaign to “encourage” home ownership (more subsidies and banking system pressure). I believe that these activities exceed the government’s rightful role. (home prices, housing market, financial crisis, governement)
Independence in 1776; Dependence in 2014
“Enforced Competition” is an Oxymoron
[chart-of-the-week] Trends in American Public Schooling
[chart-of-the-week] Obamacare’s 18 new taxes and penalties
Annually $120 billion in less than ten years.
[chart-of-the-week] Key indicator of 2014 employment
How much do you value this outlook in your assessment the 2014 workforce and unemployment rate?
The politics of global warming pits the environment against the economy, but…
The politics of global warming pits the environment against the economy, but that’s just politics. What I mean is this, we’re smart enough to find a win-win solution. I don’t have the answer, but I think it’s not going to be government intervention the way the present legislative and executive branches have been approach it.
Is this a foreign policy of indifference, neglect, and cover-up?
Not a great cartoon, in that it tries to make a point without making an argument. I don’t think Obama’s neglect was willful.
Does anyone else think Rosamund Pike would be a great Dagny Taggart?
I think she has all the makings of a great Dagny Taggart for the big screen version of Ayn Rand‘s Atlas Shrugged. I think Ayn Rand would approve too.
Charlize Theron as Dagny Taggart?
This picture goes way beyond 1,000 words.