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May 5, 2012 - 2012 Elections, From Other Sites, Video's    Comments Off

Piers Morgan vs Jonah Goldberg

Piers Morgan is not a dork, stiff, or cool. He is an insufferable twit. Since he is British he must understand the term. He has firmly planted himself in the irrelevant dust bin of media and incapable of advancing any real discussion.

Was he paid by the Obama campaign? This was supposed to be about Goldberg’s new book.

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Apr 10, 2011 - From Other Members, From Other Sites, Youtube    Comments Off

April 15 – Atlas Shrugged: Part I

Yes, finally Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged, the movie, will be released. This is part 1 of supposedly 3 parts. Here is the trailer but this may be more informative for those who haven’t read the book.

As to that age old question of “Who is John Galt?”; he is every productive member of every society.

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Mar 21, 2011 - From Other Sites, Uncategorized    Comments Off

The crisis in Japan

Japan got hit with a double whammy which created a third crisis at the Fukushima nuclear power plant. This has been all over the news but several things struck me.

First the Japanese people. No looting. Contrast the population of Japan with the US population hit by Katrina. That alone is reason enough to send them aid.

Japanese engineering. They do very well at designing buildings to withstand earthquakes. There are several videos showing skyscrapers swaying during the 9.0 quake – very impressive. But every seawall I’ve seen has been obliterated by the Tsunami. In their defense, the buildings require a dynamic approach while a seawall is static and can only survive by fortress like design. It would be far better if you could design a seawall with shock absorbers to defend against a Tsunami. At 62.4 pounds per cubic foot, a 20 to 30 foot wave moving at even 5 mph, is one heck of a sledge hammer.

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Feb 8, 2011 - From Other Sites, News Media reports, Obama    Comments Off

The plot to kill the tea party

WorldNetDaily

The plot to kill the tea party
http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=259865

Posted: February 05, 2011
1:00 am Eastern

By Michael Master
© 2011

Freedom Works sent out an e-mail Tuesday over the signature of Dick Army that states: “Our latest intel indicates that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell plans to offer a Repeal Obamacare amendment to the FAA reauthorization bill today!”

Read more: The plot to kill the tea party http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=259865#ixzz1DPcOTJw9

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Feb 8, 2011 - From Other Sites    Comments Off

State of Iowa Salaries 2010

State Salaries 2010

http://www.desmoinesregister.com/salaries

The Des Moines Register has created a database of state employees based on electronic files used for the annual printing of the state salary book. The salary information is based on Fiscal years 2006-2010. The “July Salary” field shows the employee’s base salary – annual salary may include bonuses.

Fiscal Year: 2010 Name: FERENTZ,KIRK J
Department: Univ. Of Iowa Position: Head Coach
County: Johnson Gender: M
July Salary: 1470000 Annual Salary: $3,295,000
Travel Expense: $3,893

Fiscal Year: 2010 Name: LICKLITER,TODD ARLAN
Department: Univ. Of Iowa Position: Head Coach
County: Marion Gender: M
July Salary: 0 Annual Salary: $1,702,050
Travel Expense: $12,118

Fiscal Year: 2010 Name: RHOADS PAUL R
Department: Iowa State University Position: Head Coach
County: Story Gender: M
July Salary: 250000 Annual Salary: $1,013,900
Travel Expense: $15,480

Fiscal Year: 2010 Name: MCDERMOTT GREG
Department: Iowa State University Position: Head Coach
County: Story Gender: M
July Salary: 0 Annual Salary: $714,600
Travel Expense: $27,423

Fiscal Year: 2010 Name: IANNETTONI,MARK DAVID
Department: Univ. Of Iowa Position: Professor
County: Johnson Gender: M
July Salary: 776178 Annual Salary: $706,443
Travel Expense: $6,778

Fiscal Year: 2010 Name: REED,ALAN I
Department: Univ. Of Iowa Position: Professor
County: Johnson Gender: M
July Salary: 573006 Annual Salary: $685,929
Travel Expense: $1,542

Fiscal Year: 2010 Name: DAVIS,JAMES EUGENE
Department: Univ. Of Iowa Position: Clinical Associate Professor
County: Johnson Gender: M
July Salary: 487000 Annual Salary: $651,313
Travel Expense: $2,574

Fiscal Year: 2010 Name: BARTA,GARY ALLEN
Department: Univ. Of Iowa Position: Director,Athletic Admin
County: Johnson Gender: M
July Salary: 337135 Annual Salary: $622,383
Travel Expense: $10,155

Fiscal Year: 2010 Name: FRIDRICH,KIRK LEE
Department: Univ. Of Iowa Position: Professor
County: Johnson Gender: M
July Salary: 515500 Annual Salary: $588,458
Travel Expense: $6,266

Fiscal Year: 2010 Name: HOWARD,MATTHEW A
Department: Univ. Of Iowa Position: Professor
County: Johnson Gender: M
July Salary: 613650 Annual Salary: $571,155
Travel Expense: $12,018

http://www.desmoinesregister.com/salaries

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Jan 30, 2011 - From Other Sites, Government Lies, Video's, Youtube    Comments Off

The best SOTU rebuttal

In another posting I used SOU for State of the Union when it should have been SOTU. Even an old skeptic, some would say cynic, can learn new things, or stand corrected. Anyway, here is Bill Whittle’s rebuttal to the STOU . Correction: That should be SOTU. Man forget old skeptic or cynic – just plain old!

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You can watch more of his commentary at Declaration Entertainment – Firewall. Could we draft Bill for President? Doubtful but Bill Whittle for President!

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Jan 20, 2011 - From Other Sites    Comments Off

Climate Change

On a Galactic Scale!

Climate change on Saturn? How can that be? What could cause such a huge storm?

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Jan 13, 2011 - From Other Members, From Other Sites    Comments Off

Look who is really getting hate speech

Check out Legal Insurrection. Be sure to follow the Patterico link to see the most vitriol hate speech you could ever imagine. And it is NOT coming from the right. If Sarah Palin is so inept, why does the left dump so much hate on her? It is completely illogical and irrational.

And yet people want to make map symbols an issue. Symbolism over substance.

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Dec 22, 2010 - 2010 Elections, From Other Sites    Comments Off

What made the Lame-Duck Congress work so well?

The media is giving the President all the credit. But what about the just say “No” Republicans? They won the midterm elections. Why would the No party suddenly become the Yes party? Politically, if they were truly the party of “No”, they would have continued to block everything until the 112th Congress when they would have more power.

The President does deserve the credit but the media is missing the reason. The reason things got done is because he, and some Democrat members of Congress, actually negotiated policy with the Republicans. For twenty two months, the Republicans seldom had a seat at the table. It wasn’t the obstruction of the Republicans so much as the ostracizing by the President and his party for 22 months.

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Dec 21, 2010 - From Other Members, From Other Sites    Comments Off

How progressive IS the US income tax?

Very progressive. In 1999, the bottom 50% of tax payers paid 4% of the individual income tax collected. In 2008, the bottom 50% with adjusted gross income under $33,048, which is gross less deductions, paid only 2.7% of the total individual income tax collected.

Add to the bottom 50% of tax payers those who paid no income tax or even received a tax credit, and it is obvious that more than half of the population pays little or no income tax. How much more progressive can you get?

Starting with Plato and Aristotle, the argument against a democracy surviving was that the population would continue to vote themselves benefits until the government would fail financially. And yet some people argue those old Greek philosophers are no longer relevant. Too bad the Greeks quit reading their own fathers of philosophy.

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