Presidential politics – Democrat edition

By Steve Eggleston If one is a historical fatalist like me, former Florida governor Jeb Bush's entry into the 2016 Republican primary signals the end of the 2016 Republican season and likely the beginning of the next competitive primary contest. As James Taranto of The Wall Street Journal noted a long time ago, there is … Continue reading Presidential politics – Democrat edition

Uber The Free Market and Gun Bans

One of the big arguments for the service Uber is the idea of letting the free market manage the cost of transportation rather than the using licensing of taxi badges as a revenue source for the state and the badge owners. I'm delighted that Uber is so enamored with the free market one thing about … Continue reading Uber The Free Market and Gun Bans

The Laudito Si Paragraphs skipped by The media Part 2

Continuing our look at some of the things in from Laudato Si 's 246 paragraphs that the media is avoiding big time.  (Part one is here).  Each paragraph will begin with what the Pope was saying and end with what I think the media was thinking in the editorial room when they decided to skip that bit. … Continue reading The Laudito Si Paragraphs skipped by The media Part 2

GOP Poison Poll Round 3 The Field Thins & The Plot Thickens

Well the 2nd Round of our GOP Poison Poll and the following candidates have been removed. Senator Ted Cruz Senator Rand Paul Gov Bobby Jindal Gov John Kasich Gov Sarah Palin Cruz & Jindal had only 2 votes each while Paul Kasich & Palin were all tied at 2% They Join Gov Rick Perry, Gov … Continue reading GOP Poison Poll Round 3 The Field Thins & The Plot Thickens