Monthly Archives: May 2016

Clueless Bill Kristol’s white knight: David French

Bill Kristol’s white knight independent presidential candidate is a fellow conservative writer with no national name recognition: David French. Source: Bill Kristol’s white knight: David French – CNNPolitics.com Conservatives supporting Kristol should be running for the nearest exit after announcing … Continue reading

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‘Never Trump’ Leader Bill Kristol Has Lost All Credibility

“Things are gonna get interesting, according to Bill Kristol.” Sure they are and Kristol will be the butt of jokes. ‘Never Trump’ Leader Drops Hint About ‘Impressive’ Independent Candidate Who’s Going to Be Announced Soon  

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Starbucks Introduces Nitro Coffee

Starbucks Introduces Nitro Coffee Imagine a coffee that looks like a Guinness: Dark, but effervescent, and with a foamy head on top. That’s what nitro looks like. But it tastes nothing like beer. Nitro is made when cold brew coffee … Continue reading

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KA-CHING!

Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft. Berlin, 1888. KA-CHING!

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California Water — The Problem Is The Price, Not The Drought

Much amusement around and about the place as Donald Trump tells California that there is no drought and that when he’s President then there will be plenty of water for everyone. The amusement being that of course, how could anyone … Continue reading

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Commencement Season – Thomas Sowell

Commencement Season – Thomas Sowell “Two themes seem to dominate Commencement speeches. One is shameless self-advertising by people in government, or in related organizations supported by the taxpayers or donors, saying how nobler it is to be in “public service” … Continue reading

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Illinois Democrats poised to defy governor’s budget veto threat | Reuters

Illinois Democrats poised to defy governor’s budget veto threat | Reuters “The second-year governor says the budget is $7 billion short on revenues. He has insisted that the budget should be tied to a series of labor-weakening, business-friendly changes that … Continue reading

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