Monthly Archives: March 2008

Die Hard! With a Mortgage!

The story in today’s NY Times about how Secretary Paulsen has finally noticed that it might be a good idea to keep an eye on the three card monty dealers who are running America’s investment houses puts me in the … Continue reading

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Hooker Futures

In this turbulent marketplace, I feel as though I have no choice. I am advising my students to sell short on the Liberal Arts in favor of a firm position in prostitutes. Young women traditionally come to me in the … Continue reading

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Foreign Immigrants and College Emigrants

Originally published 9.2007 President “Childrens” is becoming test-obsessed! In the same issue of the New York Times, September 28 to be precise, I read about a new test for those who wish to become citizens and those who wish to … Continue reading

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Condi Goes NIMSBY! Invests in Flubber Futures.

Originally published 9.2007 That is: Not in My Sunken Backyard!During her September 27th pep rally with the Climate Change conference, our lame duckienne Secretary of State let us know that she and her President finally agree that climate change is … Continue reading

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En Pissant

Originally published 10.2007 It isn’t bad enough that the only thing Republicans and Democrats can agree on is that they are the only ones who deserve guaranteed federally funded health care. Now the chess folks are at it. According to … Continue reading

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Gunfight at the H.S. Corral!

Originally published at Doc Sweet’s Office Hour 10.2007 Early this month Representative David Agema of Michigan introduced a bill in Congress that would allow teachers to carry guns in schools. I am trying to find one good reason to not … Continue reading

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