Some Murders are more equal than others to the MSM

Looking at the news out of Israel I've noticed a change in the international coverage. When the Israeli teens Eyal Yifrah, Gilad Shaar and Naftali Fraenkel disappeared, it was a small story as far as the international press was concerned. The coverage was slight and until the day they were actually found dead it was … Continue reading Some Murders are more equal than others to the MSM

Obama’s 2012 straw man: Bain Capital

By John Ruberry It's hard to fathom now, but one of the major issues of the 2012 presidential campaign was Mitt Romney's 15-year leadership of the Boston-based private equity firm Bain Capital, which he co-founded. Two years later President Obama, who of course defeated Romney in '12, faces multiple crises, including scandals involving IRS targeting of … Continue reading Obama’s 2012 straw man: Bain Capital

The Black Mass Road Show Comes to OK for a Return Engagement

Our policy, for the moment, is to conceal ourselves. Of course this has not always been so. We are really faced with a cruel dilemma. When the humans disbelieve in our existence we lose all he pleasing results of direct terrorism and we make no magicians. On the other hand, when they believe in us, … Continue reading The Black Mass Road Show Comes to OK for a Return Engagement

The June jobs report – more of the same

By Steve Eggleston Because Independence Day fell on Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released the June employment and jobs report on Thursday. On the surface, much of the report seems strong, especially considering the jobs numbers for April and May were revised upward. On a seasonally-adjusted basis, there were 288,000 more non-farm jobs and … Continue reading The June jobs report – more of the same