Day: July 3, 2007

Taxes and The Rich

When someone who is at the poor end of the wealth spectrum (i.e. the vast majority of people in the world) make statements about income disparity, class inequality, or the basic unfairness of a nation’s infrastructure, even if those statements are objectively and factually true, they can easily be at least somewhat deflected by observing that those statements line up… Read more →


Like everyone who’s even vaguely awake in the “Western” world I’ve seen dozens of stories already about Bush’s commuting of Libby’s sentence. Like everyone who’s even vaguely awake, I see this for what it is. As I read in the NYT: “in this case, Mr. Bush did not sound like a leader making tough decisions about justice. He sounded like… Read more →

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