Looks like the editorial staff at The Washington Post is concerned about losing their gardeners. Nice of them to be concerned.
It’s not that this information is new. We’ve written about this situation multiple times before and so have other sites. But that the very establishment Washington Post is letting this little ray of truth shine out to its generally liberal readers is what is important here.
Pretty hard to ague that Obama has been anything close to a successful president when these sorts of stats stare one in the face.
Bezos isn’t doing much with the Post. He isn’t trying to transform it. He doesn’t visit it much. So what gives?
Good to see this. I doubt Dana will be joining the book club at the Liberty Tavern across the river in Arlington anytime soon, but at least he said it.
Big government, no matter how much you may think you like it will eventually creep into some part of your life where you don’t want it. Then, it will be too late.
This is an extremely well done article from The Washington Post. Maps can put things into perspective. They help us make sense of the world around us. Knowing where The Crimea is for example is probably a good thing these days as politicians rattle sabers and jockey for position. If things were to get hot it is our sons and daughters after all who would find themselves in harm’s way. Might be nice to know where they are going (or aren’t).
This president and his administration have sought to chill dissent. Like the political correctness fanatics which now run our universities (a movement from which Obama it should be noted emerged) who chill speech at every turn in the name of “tolerance and diversity” this president uses similar newspeak when he calls for transparency and “freedom.”
Again, marijuana or cannabis, for many an effective, non-opiate (non-physically addictive), nearly free treatment for pain is widely illegal in this country. One can however get a prescription for Oxycodone, aka hillbilly heroin, which is viciously addictive and expensive no problem. Such opiates are profitable so long as the effective, largely non-addicting, non-stupefying, nearly free option is kept out of the hands of those who want to obey the law.
We had a good article from The Washington Post, and today we’re featuring one from The Atlantic. Have the libertarians infiltrated the mass media? I don’t think so but it’s great to see crony capitalism (the huge threat) being discussed in mainstream periodicals.
How a secretive panel uses data that distorts doctors’ pay
Credit where credit is due. Good job Washington Post, good job.
The American Medical Association is setting the cost of surgery at rates which are way higher than what some people (you know, you, me, anyone who believes in honest pricing) thinks they should be.
And guess what? The rate the AMA sets is the rate at which Medicare pays.
The Washington Post reports on the secret FISA court and the immense power it wields, in secret.
This is what happens when all the decisions (most anyway) which affect the American economy happen in Washington DC. People with money pay top dollar to know what is going on, and an industry has grown up around this.
The president has proposed using something called a “chained consumer price index” for adjustments (which are always up) to Social Security payments. It in theory lessons the current rate of increase. Liberal and progressives are beside themselves. How could President Obama do such a thing?
Senator Menendez is a powerful guy from New Jersey. From New Jersey.
I guess if Al Sharpton can have a “news” program on MSNBC, Hilary Rosen can have a column in the Washington Post.
At AgainstCronyCapitalism.org we are for reducing the collusion between the state and business. That is our first concern and it is unlikely that we will ever officially endorse an individual candidate for president.
Saying that, I personally have written some very pro-Ron Paul pieces in this space. I am a fan of the good doctor and I believe he is the only candidate running for the GOP nod who has anything close to a clue as to how to solve the fundamental economic questions which stare this country in the face.