September 28, 2013
Time to pull up a comfy chair and get educated … The way the government schools won’t do.
I wonder why that is?
The gold standard … Answers a lot of questions ….. You cannot print gold.
Free government cheese. Otherwise know as the owners of tomorrow’s debt.
Slaves, Dummies. Throughout the history of man it’s been the same siren song of despotic dictators.
He who sacrifices freedom for security deserves neither … Ben Franklin.
September 16, 2013
Freedom from regulation…::: Texas Food Deregulation Helps the Little Guy.
“In recent years, Texas has improved the regulatory climate for craft beer, small home food entrepreneurs, and farmers markets in the state.”
September 13, 2013
Ready with the popcorn? Time to transmit Vladimir #PutinsFavoriteFlicks
…oh boy this should be fun … Weee and first off we have …
Put down Obomba’s football…
Now let’s play!!!
I think we need a more experienced players.
September 10, 2013
If you examine the total cost of production in tonnes of CO2 produced, ethanol comes out as the biggest loser out there, So why are we doing it?
And things you probably don’t know it…::: EU Ethanol Fuels Boondoggle Raising Global Food Prices.
“Getting rid of biofuel programs would cut Europe’s food costs in half by 2020, and lower global food prices by 15 percent.”
Hey it’s not just me, now the …::: UN has joined Biofuels ‘crime against humanity’:
A United Nations expert has condemned the growing use of crops to produce biofuels as a replacement for petrol as a crime against humanity.
July 11, 2013
That looks familiar, I think it’s the BIG ears.
What image is that?
Tornado? No Tea Party
May 5, 2013
It doesn’t sound good when 20% of your people have to borrow money to BUY FOOD.
While GBP jumped and the world celebrated the UK’s recent avoidance (for now) of a triple-dip recession (defined on GDP as opposed to reality), the situation in the island nation appears to be going from bad to worse. As Carney takes over the reigns of this once mighty nation he faces a country deeply divided.
The BBC reports:
As the BBC reports, while London real estate prices smash old records, a stunning one-in-five households borrowed money or used savings to cover the costs of food in April. This is the equivalent of five million households unable to fund their food via income alone. Over 80% of these people are concerned about rising food prices (just as print-meister Carney is about to go ‘Abe’ on them) and almost 60% find it difficult to cope on their current incomes. The director of the consumer group ‘Which?’, noted that “many households are stretched to their financial breaking point,” as “families face a cost of living crisis.” While equity and real estate prices hit all-time highs, the opposition sums up the country’s feeling, “this incompetent government needs to wake up to the human cost of their failed economic policies.”
Among the group who used savings or credit to pay for food:
- Eight out of 10 (82%) worried about food prices
- More than half (55%) said they were likely to cut back on food spending in the next few months
- Nearly six out of 10 (57%) said they found it difficult to cope on their current income
- A third (32%) borrowed money from friends and family in April
April 29, 2013
Denmark Repeals Fat, Beer & Soda Taxes.
“Ultimately, the taxes simply drove up food prices and put jobs in jeopardy.”
People can eat what they want.