Must Reads For The Week 9/10/16
Gun Control Lessons For Morons, by Daniel Mitchell, at freedomandprosperity.org. Concealed-carry permit holders are a more law-abiding demographic group than police officers.
Booby Bra Is A Great Option For Packing Heat On A Run, By Krystle Shoonveld, at thefederalist.org. Women were getting attacked while they were out jogging, so an enterprising lady came up with a bra that can not only hold a weapon securely, it can also hold in place what it is supposed to hold in place with no spillage. What a great country.
Pope Says Global Warming Is A ‘Sin Against Creation‘, at dailycaller.com. The Pope should stick to his ministry, which is mercy and reconciliation. If he is truly worried about CO2 emissions, he should stop exhaling.
Obama Delivers On Vow To Bankrupt Coal Industry, at zerohedge.com. There has been a 42% decline in coal mining employees since 2012. Mission accomplished. For the record, some coal-burning power plants in the US have changed over to natural gas because fracking has made natural gas a more economical way to produce electricity.
Hillary Is Either A Liar Or She Is Grossly Incompetent, at zerohedge.com. The more information that comes out about her Email server, the more trouble Hillary has keeping straight her previous attempts at obfuscation (lying). Her problem is she looks like a young child trying to lie when caught doing something they weren’t supposed to do. Everyone can see this because at one time we were all kids who at one time tried to lie our way out of getting in trouble.
Clinton Foundation Is Charity Fraud Of Epic Proportions, at zerohedge.com. Excerpt from the article: “…the Clinton family’s mega-charity took in more than $140 million in grants and pledges in 2013 but spent just $9 million on direct aid. That’s because the organization spent the vast bulk of its windfall on “administration, travel, salaries and bonuses”, with the fattest payouts going to family friends.”
Australia’s Solution To California’s Water Woes: Markets, at independent.org. Edicts form politicians and Government bureaucrats don’t provide solutions. Government edicts just get in the way of the trade offs made in the market.
Female Student Admits To Incredible Lie That Got Auburn Football Player Kicked Off Team, by Robby Soave, at reason.com. This was a legal matter that should have been turned over to police. College officials are not qualified to do investigative police work. Oh by the way. Auburn’s title IX coordinator, Kelly Taylor, wanted to proceed even after the student told her she lied about the incident. Don’t let the facts get in the way of an agenda!
The One Trillion Dollar Consumer Loan Auto Bubble Is About To Burst, at zerohedge.com. Loaning money to people to buy cars who can’t afford the loan leads to disaster. Remember the sub-prime housing loan bubble?
Man Allows Himself To Get Caught Robbing Bank So He Can Get Away From His Wife, by Ashley May, at usatoday.com. When I first heard this story, I thought they were talking about Bill Clinton.
How To Pick The Fastest Line At The Supermarket, by Chris Mele, at economicpolicyjournal.com. This is the most important article, at least for me. I pick the wrong line everywhere I go. Two weeks ago I was in line at the drive through window at a burger joint. The car in front of me stalled and the driver couldn’t get it started. I helped push the car out of the way while the drivers wife walked through the drive in window. That is typical of my luck. There are some good suggestions in this article.
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