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Why Is Trump Following A Nazi Twitter Account?

By on Aug 11, 2015 | 7 comments

Those who are on twitter often know all to well the phrases “Retweets and Follows are Not Endorsements.” Well, that may be. But one has to wonder why the so-called Republican front-runner, Mr. Donald Trump, is following an account named after a Nazi. Dr. (Theodor) Morell was Adolf Hitler’s personal physician. Also of note is the fact that this twitter user’s quote is attributed to another Nazi, Heinrich Ehrler. Fredrich Paulus, the third Nazi reference in this user’s profile, was a Nazi who “repented” and joined the USSR-led group which eventually propped up and became East Germany. With all of the talk on Twitter over white supremacists supporting “The Donald,” this is certainly intriguing, if not disgusting. Stay classy,...

A New Hope For Greece?

By on Jul 13, 2015 | 0 comments

With Greece humiliated at the hands of the evil banksters, the Troika, the ECB, Merkel, and other EU nations at the horror of paying back money their politicians borrowed for promises they couldn’t keep (which can never really be paid back, anyway)… After the IMF (allegedly) called for Tsipras to resign his position as prime minister… Who can Greece call to save it? Gyro Man – Not the gyro Greece deserves, but the gyro Greece...

New York City’s Minimum Wage Hike Idea Is Maximum Stupidity

By on Apr 16, 2015 | 2 comments

New York City comptroller Scott Stringer issued a report in support of a minimum wage hike. From Yahoo!: According the comptroller’s analysis, raising the minimum wage would impact 1.5 million New Yorkers and add a collective $10 billion to their salaries. Gee, sounds like a no-brainer! It begs the question though: if hiking the minimum wage leads to revenue increases for companies, why don’t said companies just simply pay their employees more? Simple: wages should be a function of the level of productivity (i.e., the revenue said labor brings to the business). Simply raising the costs of labor does not bring about an increase in revenue or productivity. Would paying a burger flipper $15 instead of the ~$9 he or she earns in NYC bring in more customers? An increase in the minimum wage would also save the city between $200 and $500 million annually in Food Stamps and Medicaid, and...

Three Reasons Why Ted Cruz’s Presidential Announcement is Good for All GOPers

By on Mar 23, 2015 | 2 comments

Senator Ted Cruz is running for President — and whether you support him, if you’re a conservative, this is good news. From Yahoo!: Sen. Ted Cruz showed he was a candidate in a hurry early Monday morning, announcing his presidential candidacy on Twitter just after midnight, several hours before the official launch at the college founded by the late Rev. Jerry Falwell Monday morning. The Texas Republican’s choice of Liberty University for Monday’s speech indicates he plans an aggressive courtship of cultural conservatives and young voters. Cruz became the first high-profile Republican to officially enter the 2016 contest even though, like others, he has been campaigning in all but name for many months. Ahead of his speech, Cruz turned to social media and tweeted: “I’m running for president and I hope to earn your support!” Ted Cruz rose to...

Free Markets Work – Walmart Hikes Wages

By on Feb 19, 2015 | 2 comments

Without coercion, statute, administrative ruling, or other fiat, Walmart has decided to #raisethewage to half a million of its employees: Discount retail giant Wal-Mart (WMT) will give a half million employees pay raises, the company said Thursday. The retailer also reported a mixed quarterly report. The move ensures hourly associates earn at least $1.75 above today’s federal minimum wage, or $9 per hour, in April. By Feb. 1, 2016, current associates will earn at least $10 per hour. Some states already have a minimum wage at or above $9 per hour, including California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Massachusetts, Oregon, Washington, Vermont and Rhode Island. What’s behind this move? First of all, it’s good public relations. Walmart has been the subject of protests by the so-called “living wage” advocates. As discussed more thoroughly here, a mandated...