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The Big Game: Blowout, Blackout, and Burnout

February 4, 2013

Last night, I turned out to be wrong about the outcome of Super Bowl XLVII.  However, I was entertained — the halftime show was good, the commercials were OK (I liked “Montana Stain” and Paul Harvey, personally), and the post-blackout game was truly exciting to watch. In terms of the spectacle, the game itself seemed [...]

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Obama: The Debt Not a Short-Term Worry

September 19, 2012

Try not to gag too much during this clip from Letterman last night.  Skip to about 2:00 for the key part: Philosophically, the whole clip makes me want to gag.  The entire concept of “paying” for tax cuts implies that the revenue itself is not ours, it’s theirs, which strikes at the very heart of [...]

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