Friday, April 29, 2016
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Friday, April 22, 2016
Monday, April 18, 2016
"The latest email release strongly suggests a financial incentive for AGs to pursue their political opponents, rather than merely silencing and scaring away support for those who dare disagree with their extreme global warming agenda. "
Friday, April 15, 2016
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
"The covers are designed to strip away the hierarchy of social class that dictated life when the cemetery -- which dates from 1848 and was considered full within decades -- was founded.
"What I am interested in is actually to get rid of the history on each stone because I have seen the record of this cemetery -- the more money you had, the better stone you could get of course, and the more important place and bigger grave and so on," Larsson says.
Paraphrased as best as I could remember from some random person, "The best part of being alive today is that if you're a bad person you'll soon be praised as a hero and if you're a good person you're pretty much a monster. All this fluid morality forces you to be on your toes all the time to stay on the right side of history. It's really good evolutionarily speaking."
"Similarly, The Washington Post’s Lydia DePillis, a booster of the minimum wage increase, says that the “$15 minimum wage sweeping the nation might kill jobs – and that’s okay.” Governor Brown hinted at these job losses in signing the minimum wage hike into law, when he said, “Economically, minimum wages may not make sense. But morally, socially, and politically they make every sense.” "
Friday, April 8, 2016
Monday, April 4, 2016
Maybe It's Just Me But I Don't Think "Assurances" Will Be Legally Binding When Senators Are Looking For Scapegoats
"Housing officials are urging the Justice Department to provide assurances to banks, which have become increasingly cautious, that they will not face legal or financial recriminations if they make loans to riskier borrowers who meet government standards but later default."