What can the NFL Playoffs teach us about School Choice?

Starting this week I will be an occasional contributor for Watchdog.org. My first piece for them is titled: The NFL playoffs can teach a lesson about competition and school choice We are under two weeks away from one of America’s greatest sports spectacles, the Super Bowl, the televised pinnacle of competition in American football. That … Continue reading What can the NFL Playoffs teach us about School Choice?

Piling On

by baldilocks There’s only so much crap that you or I can take. The amount may vary from individual to individual, and the individual’s endurance may increase as a person develops spiritually and/or emotionally but the metric feces-load for each person is not infinite. At some point, enough is enough. Those who have infiltrated our … Continue reading Piling On

How to become the Greatest Deficit Hawk of All time

Every now and then I see foolishness like this from our friends on the left. #tcot #teaparty @datechguyblog If Saint Ronald is the Rights Standard Bearer then People 'we have a problem' pic.twitter.com/QAIEW5Gj89— Kevin (@mrwosta) January 14, 2015 It takes a special type of dishonesty or stupidity to make this argument so for the sake … Continue reading How to become the Greatest Deficit Hawk of All time

The I93 gift to the GOP if they’re only smart enough to use it

By now you've heard about the I93 debacle in Boston, how a group of "activists" held up traffic for hours, disrupted the lives of thousands of folks, cost millions of dollars in lost wages and wasted time and even messed up ambulance service in the area. The anger against these fools is almost universal and … Continue reading The I93 gift to the GOP if they’re only smart enough to use it