In The News – Wednesday, November 5th, 2014 Edition
Well, the election is over and the electorate
has spoken. The message seems to be that they are good and tired of business as
usual in Washington. To the extent that the election was a referendum on the
policies of the past six years, it was a clear repudiation of them. Pretty much
all the media, even the New York Times, got it right. Bloomberg, with its
notably liberal editorial bias, just couldn’t bring themselves to face reality.
The headline yesterday was “Day of
Decision Arrives with Fight for Senate Control Too Close to Call.” Didn’t
exactly turn out that way. Even the world’s number one
bimbo reality TV
star, Kim Kardashian couldn’t turn the tide. Gosh, I almost changed
by vote when I realized an intellectual giant and policy maven like Kim was
into the fray. When the last votes were counted, the Republicans had control of
the Senate with a few to spare and the House had a majority not seen since
1943. Let’s hope we see some gracious winners and losers and then get on with
the business of improving our economy and helping the citizens of our great
Apparently Russian cartoonists are having an
art show in Moscow. Our President figures prominently in a few of the exhibits.
Another side effect of the mess in Venezuela is
Bulletproof anything is very popular.
Here are the breakeven prices for America’s Shale Basins. If oil prices
don’t stabilize and move back up, and perhaps even if they do, we’re going to
see a slowdown in drilling activity.
This is heresy and it won’t change my drinking habits. Scotch
needs to come from Scotland and be cooked over peat. That’s all I have to say
I love hot and spicy. Habanero sauces and even
Naga Jolokia are in my pantry, but as far as eating them raw I’ll pass. I like
flavor not pain. This is hilarious. These people are professionals! The show must
go on! ROTFLOL
It’s not nice to do this to children. It is hilarious, though. These children may
be scarred for life. Their parents ate their Halloween candy.
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal says that Saudi
reliance on petroleum revenue is “dangerous”.
Well, they can always export sand.