This weeks subscription commentary concerns two types of bills. The type that you owe and the type that are passed in the house. Here is the teaser. You can get see the full commentary here but you will need the code to do so. If you want the code simply hit DaTipJar and I'll send … Continue reading Subscriber Tease Bills and Bills
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Saturday's DaTechGuy on DaRadio featuring Tom Lavin on yet ANOTHER Mass Senate Race and Author Larry Correia on guns is now available here. And this week's Under the Fedora is also up and running at the Conservatory, the Minority Report, Conservatively Speaking and North America Conservative Bloggers United. Here is a snippet: Slightly related I … Continue reading DaTechGuy with Tom Lavin & Author Larry Correia (and Under the Fedora) now available
In the National Review, Heather MacDonald laughs at the New York Times for it's hand-wringing and pearl-clutching over the idea of rural teenagers using their high school degrees to make good money without first going to college. Teenagers are making an economically rational decision to work for several years, learn a skill, and earn very good … Continue reading Higher Education Bubble: Humanities v. Community College
Back when I thought Romney was going to win I wrote this about one of my fears if he did in fact win: The thing I fear the most about Mitt is that he will form a team with Establishment GOP and liberals in the House. The Establishment gets it’s spending, liberals get a piece … Continue reading The House Cliff Vote: A preview of coming attractions