Monthly Archives: March 2013

Retailers Use Technology To Improve Your Shopping Experience

How Stores Spy On You – Consumer Reports Of course, the leftists are outraged.  This article from Consumer Reports paints a picture of evil corporations blatantly invading your privacy for undoubtedly sinister purposes.  How dare they! But let’s stop for … Continue reading

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Your Feedback Is Important To Us

Last weekend, while I was running errands, I noticed something I found particularly interesting.  Three separate establishments sought out my opinion on their level of service.  Two were giant corporate behemoths.  The clerks at both Wal-Mart and Taco Bell made … Continue reading

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Amnesty: Still A Loser For Republicans

  Sorry, GOP! Immigration Reform Won’t Win You The Latino Vote | Mediaite. AJ Delgado of Mediaite offers a very comprehensive argument for why immigration reform is still a huge loser for the GOP.  I’ve made many of these points … Continue reading

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NYT Begrudgingly Admits: Being Raised By A Single Mom Is Awful

As Men Lose Economic Ground, Clues in the Family – NYTimes.com. I’ve written about a lot of controversial topics over the years, but the only time I’ve ever received threats of physical violence was when I made a message board … Continue reading

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Notes on Costco vs Wal-Mart

A meme has been going around Facebook regarding one of the left’s favorite comparisons, Costco and Wal-Mart.  You see, Costco pays a “living wage” and offers generous benefits and its employees frolic in sunshine and fairy dust.  Evil Wal-Mart on … Continue reading

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In Defense Of PowerPoint

This one’s off-topic in the sense that it’s non-political.  Consider it a celebration of something that was created due to free markets and the division of labor, a la Jeffrey Tucker. I’d like to take a moment to stick up … Continue reading

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Statist Senators Cannot Follow Simple Logic

During the Senate hearing on the new (if you haven’t yet suffered under it, it’s new to you!) proposed “assault weapons” ban, Ted Cruz asks a simple question:  Why can the government arbitrarily exclude certain weapons from second amendment protection, … Continue reading

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