Knucklehead Fights Back Against Obama Slavery Scheme
Bill Quick

One boy’s response to Michelle Obama’s ‘knuckleheads’ comment goes viral on #LetsMove hashtag | WashingtonExaminer.com Note that this kid, unlike the products of Moochelle’s preferred brand of state education, can actually construct complete sentences that make sense. Keep in mind … Continue reading

Band Of Moochers, Looters, Thieves, and Bums Leave Congress
Bill Quick

Feinstein laments retirements of those who ‘get it done’ in Congress – latimes.com Without offering a hint as to her plans, Sen. Dianne Feinstein on Wednesday lamented the departure of longtime congressional colleagues from California — including retiring Reps. Henry … Continue reading

Bend Over, Kids – Uncle Obama’s Got Something For You, Good and Hard
Bill Quick

Obamacare: Unfair to the young middle class, punished enough already – latimes.com Most young, middle-class Americans I know are happy that millions of previously uninsured people will receive free or heavily subsidized insurance under the Affordable Care Act. Well, you’re … Continue reading

The Semi-Naked Fellating Tools of the Hack Propaganda Media
Bill Quick

» Sequester — already the biggest lie of 2013 – Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion On the very short drive to work this morning, I heard an interview on local AM 870 radio with the Tompkins County town administrator. The radio host kept trying … Continue reading

Is Meredith right, just early? Again.
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Meredith Whitney is a securities analyst who was negative on the banking sector, and Citi in particular, as early as 2007. At the time TPTB such as Bernanke were claiming the subprime problem was “contained”, so she was not just … Continue reading

Something Stinky About This “Movement”
Bill Quick

» One year later, Occupy characterized by secrecy, violence, and ennui – Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion Today marks the one-year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, a movement born of disaffection, a surface-level distrust of the political and financial establishment, and more than … Continue reading