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Spreading the Wealth
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Spreading the Wealth

Or rather, spreading the pain and the blame.

01/06/2009
In which I consider a career as a Metro conductor
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In which I consider a career as a Metro conductor

As I've written before, the Washington DC Metro is not my favorite form of transportation.   Indeed, I dream of the day when I have a job with a driver who will daily pick me up at my apartment and deposit me at work.  Often I have to take a second to collect myself outside our building to suppress the anger that wells up during the course of my ride each day.  The ride for which I pay ever increasing fares in an ever more cramped car where actual air temperatures have no bearing on the use of heat or AC.  Suffice it to say, we have a swell system.

01/01/2009
Shocking, Just Shocking
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Shocking, Just Shocking

It seems that the quasi-constitutional TARP that has given money to institutions outside its legislative bounds, has exceeded it's Congressional authorized limit.  This comes as a surprise to just about no one. This morning it was reported that Pres.

12/29/2008
Don't Read this Post
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Don't Read this Post

Unless you want to get very, very angry.

12/29/2008
You better watch out
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You better watch out

You better not pout....'cause Card Check's coming to town. The big news last night was President-Elect Obama's pick of Rep. Hilda Solis to head the Labor Department.  Politico has a good write-up here.   Her dyed in the wool Labor credentials and past voting history leave no doubt that she'll be behind Obama's Card Check agenda in a big way, paying off their union supporters. Rep.

12/18/2008
Public Schools Next at the Bailout Trough
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Public Schools Next at the Bailout Trough

Since I wrote about the Metro asking for a bailout and noted that there were at least some flagging industries that still hadn't asked for a bailout, to no surprise to anyone, that has changed.  Newspapers have indeed started asking for their handout because without newspapers, according to people who have never heard of the internet, citizens would have no idea what was going on.  Michelle Malkin has been watching the ridiculousness unfold over on her blog.

12/01/2008
Looking for a handout? Get in line.
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Looking for a handout? Get in line.

The NY Times reports that groups looking to get in on the government bailout action now extend far beyond the much reported Big 3 automakers to include car and boat dealers.

11/11/2008

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