John Cole finds plenty of dumb to go around in the aftermath of the Pirate story. And there is plenty of dumb to go around.
Let me back up. I followed the pirate story closely – it was pretty dramatic and scary. I’m very glad it had a happy ending. I didn’t say anything [...]
Shorter Boortz: Boortz:
If you don’t make it illegal for people to make dumb suicidal choices, their blood is on your hands.
P.S. I like mandatory seatbelt laws and I think that they are consistent with an enlightened freedom-loving system. After all, as Boortz points out, they are public roads (the public monopoly on roadways does little to [...]
While Neal “is just saying”?
Will there be any griping and moaning about the $2 billion WalMart has just awarded its employees? Probably not. And do you know why? Because that money went to hourly employees. And to wealth-envy Americans, these are the people that really deserve the bonuses.
Ummm… Or that Wal-Mart didn’t just take a hundred [...]
Neal needs one.
(In case you missed it this weekend, I’m referring back to an earlier [...]
I’m glad Neal Boortz added a comments section to his blog. I’m especially glad that he doesn’t censor them. Every day he posts something or another that, if you read it, slowly kills any faith you may have in humanity or reason. And, every day, at least one or two people point out [...]
Two recent quotes. One from Neal Boortz, one from DHinMI of Daily Kos. Can you tell which reads like it’s borrowed from the Cliff Notes of Atlas Shrugged? Which makes more sense?
These new rules are certain to do two things. First, as I explained earlier this week, the new rules will make [...]
Lot’s of humor in this Boortz article about morality in business despite the fact that I don’t strongly disagree with him on his point. The humor is that Senator Grassley can’t have an opinion on Microsoft’s “moral obligations” because the company doesn’t belong to him. Boortz, on the other hand… I can only assume his [...]