I'm just sayin' ...

You can go ahead and draw your own conclusions.

Is this really what we want to teach our children? It's really creepy, if you ask me. (more here)

I guess, as long as they don't call it the "Fairness Doctrine," free speech is safe.  Be careful what you take for granted.

To the rescue ... watch out, Pelosi's got a plan!

Look, this is the United States ... we're not going all out socialist like Germany, the UK, or France!

We should be long past applauding politicians of any hue: they got us into this mess. The best deserve a probationary opportunity to prove themselves, the worst should be in jail.
- Gerald Warner, Telegraph.co.uk, January 20, 2009

You know ... those nice, mainstream, moderate Republicans really do look out for us, sure wouldn't want representation like this. How right he is ... the little guy gets hurt.  As a friend of mine would say, "same as it ever was."

Q: If you choose a political candidate based in part on his/her executive skill, aren't you therefore supporting a candidate who will grow bureaucracy by nature?

"China will keep the yuan trading within a narrow range in 2009 due concerns about exporters." I wouldn't bet on it.

We've gotta worry about deflation ... get with the program! What was that Milton said again about inflation? It's gonna hit us like a tsunami!

Hey, central banks have long track records of success. Um, actually, they don't.

Keep your head up, there's no way there's "a real possibility that the entire world economy could go into complete meltdown and famine kill millions." At this point, at least accept that it can happen ... it's better to be safe than sorry.

Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon. To control inflation, you need to control the money supply.

Inflation is like a drug. Its stimulating effect temporary. Only larger and larger doses can sustain the stimulus, before the chaos of hyperinflation removes all the gains.

Keynes was wrong on just about everything, and his followers are wrong on absolutely everything.

- Milton Friedman