The recently-released 2011 Index of Economic Freedom provides a disappointing image of the condition towards which the United States has fallen. Continue reading
One of the biggest criticisms of the Go Green fever that has been sweeping through the nation over the last several years is the political nature of it all. It appears that this characteristic may ultimately bring the movement in its current iteration to an end, spawning an entirely rethought effort or otherwise halting the progress of related initiatives.
I find this both scary and disappointing.
I managed to wake up on time this morning, actually early enough to grab a mediocre-at-best dining hall breakfast. It was a pleasant surprise that the fake eggs were freshly faked, as opposed to the usual unfortunate circumstance of having sat in the hot pan for an indeterminate length of time. Continue reading
Oh, Illinois politics, you will never cease to infuriate me. Continue reading
It’s been the focus of some recent legislation, if memory serves me correctly, as well as the subject of several documentaries: credit card companies charge outrageous interest rates, causing all sorts of troubles for consumers. But I ask you, humble reader, are these companies really doing anything wrong? Are the credit card companies really the bad guys that the government and media make them out to be? Continue reading