Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Whose income tax cut is biggest?

by Skip December 20, 2017

The income tax now set up by the Republican Tax Reform SHOULD have Democrats jumping for joy – it makes it even MORE Progressive than before (which I don’t think is a good thing). Emphasis mine: The Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT) has released its distributional analysis of the final Republican tax bill. The bill […]

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Best way to describe the passage of Tax Reform today

by Skip December 20, 2017

The end is near?  Gosh, I’m still able to post this up so that other thingy that had the Democrats’ panties in a collective wedgie hasn’t come to pass – the Internet is still here. The new Tax Bill – YAYAYA! The Obamacare “get taxed if you decide to do nothing” is GONE! Every tax […]

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A statement of how the Islamic Arabs have changed…

by Skip December 20, 2017

…since Trump announced that the US Embassy was going to move to Israel’s capital of Jerusalem: Yeah, pretty much nothing.  They still want to push the Jews “from the river” (Jordan) into the sea.  They wish to eliminate them completely.  There can be no peace while Islamists love the death of the Jews over the […]

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Obamacare Individual Mandate is DEAD!

by Skip December 20, 2017

Democrats: live by the tax!  Republicans (today): OK, die by your tax, too And no, may it never live again.  As I said at the time of enactment of Obamacare (without a single Republican vote), the Founders would be spinning like mad to hearing that the Federal Government, supposedly limited in scope and power, would […]

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Blogline of the Day – yep, they would

by Skip December 20, 2017

If the democrats had their way, Tiny Tim would have been aborted before he was born. (H/T Ben Shapiro) (H/T: ‘Grok commenter Bryan W)

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Language Log: Political Correctness and the Use/Mention Distinction

by Steve MacDonald December 20, 2017

The distinction between use and mention is too often ignored and worth a detailed look. Language Log has an excellent article on the topic that begins with this. Professor Donald Hindley was recently found guilty of racial harassment by Brandeis University for statements that he made in his Fall 2007 Latin American Studies course. The […]

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The Skilled Labor Shortage: Cause and Solutions

by Granite Grok December 20, 2017

By Sam Costanzo The labor shortage in general construction and such skilled trades as plumbing, HVAC, and electrical work has been well-documented throughout the country, with older generations of skilled tradesmen entering retirement much faster than they can be replaced. According to a survey by the Associated General Contractors of America, some 70 percent of […]

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How Will NH Democrats React to this News: November Revenue Doubles State Surplus

by Steve MacDonald December 20, 2017

I’m curious how the Democrat Drama Queens (and I mean that with the utmost respect) will take the latest fiscal news for the Great State of New Hampshire? Revenues from November have doubled the state’s surplus, according to the New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute (NHFPI). That means those awful, horrible, anti-(insert random noun) Republican business tax […]

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