Monthly Archives: February 2011

Blue-State Economics

The City of San Francisco, always at or near the forefront of social engineering, offers its residents cash payments of $125 to $200 for installing “low-flow” toilets (1.28 gallons per flush as opposed to the federal standard of 1.6 gpf) … Continue reading

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Koch:Krugman :: Moriarty:Holmes

Have you found yourself wondering lately about those mysterious and suddenly much-discussed Koch Brothers? Wonder no more. Your humble correspondent has performed a background check on one of those brothers, David Koch, and found him to be wily indeed. Trained … Continue reading

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Who Pays for Public Employees’ Benefits?

Forbes, shamelessly chumming the waters of the internet with link bait, currently hosts a blog post working another variation on the eternal “lying Republicans” theme. The claim this time is that Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is either a liar or … Continue reading

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Chicken and Waffles!

Off the menu at UC Irvine.  On the menu at Sandy McHoots Speaks Out.

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