Thursday, January 7, 2010

The Noise Machine (01/06/10)

In 2020 the Polar Bear club will be relocating to Houston....


The downsized American Dream: 1.2 children, a public transit pass and a good lease? Oy.


Soon we will control all that you see and hear.....and earn. (or we'll fee the profit right out of you.)


The new American Passtime: Tax the other guy! (Unfortunately, given our government's recent track record, you won't be able to watch the game on TV) **I guess we need to "hope" the other guy isn't us eh?**


So, this guy wasn't worth the "Chron Eye" treatment? He must really deserve killin' huh? (That's the problem with advocacy journalism, eventually....)


Perry urged to put aside politics, accept politically charged federal education grants. It depends on what the definition of "politics" is after all. (Typically: your side = politics, our side = resonable, well intentioned public policy) **Political primer offered free of charge by the Alamanac as a new years present to my dozen or so readers.**


I for one welcome our new Chinese overlords. KGBH does as well.


Lipstick, meet pig.


Hello ChronBlog, Welcome to..oh...last week. sheesh


If you kill, we kill ya works. (Who'da thunk it.)



Maybe he's a former UH student still carrying a grudge over the Duck/Cougar teabagging incident? Stranger things have happened.


Most in the energy industry understand that ethanol and biofuels are a pipe dream. Studies are increasingly showing this to be true. Of course, since when did facts and scientific evidence (you know, the replicatable kind?) have anything to do with modern energy policy?


Not-so-public policy. (I imagine this is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of what the public doesn't know)


Because, what America needs right now is less domestic production and more oil purchased from foreign countries.


Finally....


Today's moment of comedy. Calls for fiscal prudence from the ChronBlog Caucasian Think Tank? (Who never met an expensive public spending solution they didn't like.) What's next, calls for more racial diversity in executive board rooms?

1 comment:

  1. What's gonna be next at ChronBlog, Mike Snyder scrutinizing a government program -- any program, ever -- presented as one that will "help the poor"? LOL

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