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Europe; The Next Conservative Takeover?

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Brexit and election of Donald Trump has sent shock waves through the liberal press and Democratic elite. They are offended by statements like “America First” and “Make America Great Again”. The liberals and Democratic elite have decided that rioting and destruction of property is their best hope for their future.

The liberals have fought every decision our new president has made, even when (more…)

I Want Some Tarp

Filed under: Business,Economics,Humor,Politics — Paddy Wallbouncer @ 6:50 pm 2009 January 23


I want some tarp video. If you didn’t already know, Tarp stands for Troubled Assets Relief Program. It was about 750 billion dollars. The Bush administration spent half of it and left the other half for the Obama Administration. It will be interesting to see the results. The song is certainly spot on.

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Time Change DST Costs Money

Benjamin Franklin the first true and real American

Daylight Savings Time clock change is 2am on Sunday March 9th. Spring Forward, means put your clock ahead one hour effectively leading you to adjust your natural sleep schedule to get up one hour earlier. If you ask people what advantage comes from daylight savings time, most would tell you the main purpose is to save money on energy costs. Benjamin Franklin forwarded the idea with his whimsical 1784 paper entitled An Economical Project, and it made sense. Back then, if you could reduce the amount of time you burned your oil lamp or candle, you could save money. But the idea is out of step with the modern world.


States can decide whether or not to participate in DST and three states in the United States do not follow the Daylight Savings Time (DST) model. They are Hawaii, Arizona, (more…)

Postage Increase But Don’t Buy Forever Stamp

Filed under: Economics — Tags: , , — Paddy Wallbouncer @ 2:43 pm 2008 February 12

Good Idea. Just before the stamp price was going up last year, the post office offered stamps priced at the current rate, but usable for first class postage forever. That is, forever or until the government postal system crumbles -unlikely to happen in the near future but possible Of course if you believe the post office is on its last legs, you likely support Ron Paul for President.

Here’s how to buy the forever stamps: They’re not an investment. There might be some numismatic or philatelic value to the stamps themselves, but as a way to cut costs it is a loser. Buy them as (more…)

Marijuana Vending Machines In Los Angeles

Filed under: Bizarre News,Economics,Politics — Tags: , , , — Paddy Wallbouncer @ 11:21 pm 2008 January 25

With all the controversy surrounding Medical Marijuana in California these days is it any wonder? The State of California gave a go-ahead to vending machines that will dispense medical marijuana, and they will be installed as early as January 28, 2008 at a Herbal Nutrition Center in Los Angeles.

Medical Marijuana is at the center of a serious debate between the power of the State and the federal Government. If California were to be considered its own country, it would be (more…)

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