Archive for February, 2007

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Libertarians–People With Brains

There’s some really good stuff over at at uncyclopedia.org If you find a libertarian who is not gambling, he is usually drunk. Sounds about right.


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Why Competition and Free Markets Benefit Everyone–Professional Wrestling

Huh? Think professional wrestling has nothing to do with legitimate competition? Read on… I’m proud to admit that I’m a big fan of professional wrestling. I have been since I was a kid. Back then, when I thought it was real, I was drawn in by the characters, the storylines, the drama, and the suspense. […]


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Preview of Firefox 3.0

It’s amazing to me how Mozilla is able to stay so far ahead of Microsoft. As soon as MS came out with a version of IE that implemented what Firefox had in version 1.0, Mozilla released v2.0. Most people aren’t yet using Firefox to the degree it is capable of, and it looks like 3.0 […]


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Minimum Wage Increase

The Farragut Press‘s commentary about minimum wage increases brings up some interesting points, primarily that raising the minimum wage won’t help poor people because the cost of everything will rise, and some companies will be forced to eliminate some jobs in order to pay the remaining employees the higher wages. These are legitimate arguments, but […]


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Another Inconvenient Truth

From the Tennessee Center for Policy Research Last August alone, Gore burned through 22,619 kWh—guzzling more than twice the electricity in one month than an average American family uses in an entire year. As a result of his energy consumption, Gore’s average monthly electric bill topped $1,359. I’d say that sounds about right.


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Ron Paul Presidential Exploratory Committee Video

This is the Republican party’s only hope of becoming something other than the religious wing of the Democratic party. Maybe he can’t win the nomination, but hopefully he can push the debate into the right direction. [youtube FPlPT4bncq8]


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Part II (of many) on SEO, Google, and Content–Technology Moves, Build For Change

First of all, I can’t take credit for all of these ideas. Lot’s of them have been borrowed from guys like Steve Pavlina who are basically saying the same thing I am. One of the more important points Steve makes is that your content should be timeless. What he means by this is that if […]


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A Very Convenient Award

“An Inconvenient Truth” was the documentary of the year….(yawn). From BREITBART.COM : “People all over the world, we need to solve the climate crisis. It’s not a political issue. It’s a moral issue,” Gore said. A career politician making a comment like that pretty much convinces me that it is a purely political issue.


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I Can Barely Speak One Language

Fortunately, I found a really good site tonight on raising multilingual children.


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Pulic Education is “Valuable”

At least for some entities it is.  Freedom Daily has the full article. Sure, a teacher has some leeway to be flexible but imagine what would happen to a public-school teacher who announced to his classes, “What is written in these textbooks is claptrap, lies, and deceptions. I’m going to be teaching you the truth […]