If All You See…

…is a sea rising up and swamping the land, you might just be a Warmist

The blog of the day is Weasel Zippers, with a post on consensual sex costing $12,000 in legal fees.

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7 Responses to “If All You See…”

  1. JGlanton says:

    Before you get all dreamy eyed and matrimonial towards this lanky babe, look at this image and picture her yelling at you for getting home late to watch the kids:

  2. Jethro says:

    How did Kanye’s interview for UN Ambassador go?

  3. Jethro says:

    So Donnie and Jared have made a hash of the apparent murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi…

    All you need to know about Donnie and his crime family is that he’s paid millions by Saudi Arabia for offices in New York and he registered at least 8 companies in Saudi Arabia during the campaign.

    He’s lying about the $110 billion materiel contracts with the Saudis.

    And yes, yes, we know the Con response will be: HILLARY!!

  4. Jethro says:

    The First Lady pathetically complained that she’s the world’s most bullied person.

    But then maybe she’s talking about her home life with the Abuser-in-Chief.

  5. Jethro says:

    Today, liberal economist Dean Baker defended tRump’s criticism of the Fed (but not the way he criticized the Fed). Baker says there is no reason to be raising interest rates at this time since inflation is close to 0.0% Raising interest rates will hurt the economy, slowing homebuilding, car purchases etc.

    Rather than calling the Fed “crazy”, tRump should have had his economic council present the evidence around core inflation, demonstrating that there was no reason to slow the economy at this time.

    Its (the FED) structure gives the financial industry a disproportionate voice in setting monetary policy. This means that the Fed has a tendency to be overly concerned about limiting inflation, a main concern of the financial industry, and much less concerned about the full employment part of its mandate.

    In this context it is perfectly reasonable for politicians to criticize the conduct of monetary policy. … … political figures have every right in the world to complain if the Fed is being overly concerned about inflation at the cost of slower growth and higher unemployment.

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