Thursday, July 30, 2015

“… in those countries where God is most denied, man is most tyrannized…”

Video: Planned Parenthood Doctor on How to Avoid Getting Caught Selling Baby Parts

‘Recognizable’ names are eyeing 510,527-acre, $725 million slice of North Texas history

In Cuba, Neither Bread Nor Freedom

Why Planned Parenthood Can’t Donate Tissue Harvested From Babies

Medicare and Medicaid At 50: One Is Going Bankrupt, the Other Is Bankrupting States

Obama Administration: Constitution's Treaty Clause Is Dead

Are airport security checks a total waste of time? Tests show TSA 96% failure rate in spotting weapons

Did You Ever Notice the Asterisk on Your Social Security Statement?

Court bars anti-abortion group from releasing new videos of Calif. company officials

Friday, July 24, 2015

Attention America's Suburbs: You Have Just Been Annexed

Imaginos is the best Blue Oyster Cult album you’ve never heard

Steve Holtje, “Hunger Artist” from A Man Full of Days (2015): Something Else! sneak peek

The Beatles, “Blue Jay Way” from Magical Mystery Tour (1967): Deep Beatles

All Hail Our Banking Overlords! We work for them, plain & simple

Suicide: Sandra Bland's autopsy concludes death by hanging and also reveals 30 healing cuts on her wrist, large amounts of marijuana in her blood and NO signs she was attacked or murdered in jail

HHS Rejects Planned Parenthood FOIA Request Because It’s ‘Not Newsworthy’

The newest Obamacare fail: penalties of $36,500 per worker

Planned Parenthood Paid Disgraced Official More Than $200,000 On The Side

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Shocking statistics about black slavery liberals will NEVER admit

Maine Drops 9000 From Food Stamps After They Refuse To Comply With Work Requirement

New Zealand: “HPV Vaccine Has Done This to My Child”

Varoufakis Slams Bailout #3 As "Greatest Macroeconomic Disaster In History" While Tsipras "Doesn't Eat Or Sleep"

Pension Shocker: Plans Face $2 Trillion Shortfall, Moody's Says

Find out what your ZIP code says about you with this creepily accurate website

Paying More And Buying Less: The Story Of Obamacare

Obama collecting personal data for a secret race database

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

The really worrying financial crisis is happening in China, not Greece China looks like it is heading for its version of the 1929 stock market crash

Napoleon The Portrait Of A King by R. Mcnair Wilson

Why was Lincoln murdered? by Eisenschiml, Otto, 1880-1963

The Gender Pay Gap

And now, as this book is drawing to a close, I will whisper in the reader's ear a horrible suspicion that has sometimes haunted me: the suspicion that Hudge and Gudge are secretly in partnership. That the quarrel they keep up in public is very much of a put-up job, and that the way in which they perpetually play into each other's hands is not an everlasting coincidence. Gudge, the plutocrat, wants an anarchic industrialism; Hudge, the idealist, provides him with lyric praises of anarchy. Gudge wants women-workers because they are cheaper; Hudge calls the woman's work "freedom to live her own life." Gudge wants steady and obedient workmen, Hudge preaches teetotalism—to workmen, not to Gudge—Gudge wants a tame and timid population who will never take arms against tyranny; Hudge proves from Tolstoi that nobody must take arms against anything. Gudge is naturally a healthy and well-washed gentleman; Hudge earnestly preaches the perfection of Gudge's washing to people who can't practice it. Above all, Gudge rules by a coarse and cruel system of sacking and sweating and bi-sexual toil which is totally inconsistent with the free family and which is bound to destroy it; therefore Hudge, stretching out his arms to the universe with a prophetic smile, tells us that the family is something that we shall soon gloriously outgrow.
I do not know whether the partnership of Hudge and Gudge is conscious or unconscious. I only know that between them they still keep the common man homeless. I only know I still meet Jones walking the streets in the gray twilight, looking sadly at the poles and barriers and low red goblin lanterns which still guard the house which is none the less his because he has never been in it.

The Online Books Page Online Books by Gustavus Myers (Myers, Gustavus, 1872-1942)

Economic hardships in Puerto Rico spur a mass exodus to the U.S. mainland

The Biggest Winner From The Greek Tragedy

The trouble with the ‘dignity’ of same-sex marriage

The Scapegoat for Strife in the Black Community

Thursday, July 2, 2015

Sweden: Rape Capital of the West

CMS’ Secretive Settlement $1.3 billion in improper hospital claims paid out

With Sweden's QE Officially Broken, The Riksbank Doubles Down: Lowers Rates Even More Negative; Boosts QE

Part-Time Jobs Surge By 161,000; Full-Time Jobs Tumble By 349,000

Americans Not In The Labor Force Soar By 640,000 To Record 93.6 Million; Participation Rate Drops To 1977 Levels


Meet the Native American Rachel Dolezal

When Sociologists Go Bad

In America, The Poor Don't Work By Steven Malanga

what the latest data show is that of the 7.6 million families in poverty in America, more than 80 percent did not contain an adult who worked full time in the past year. In fact, in more than half of families in poverty the householder did not work at all in the last year. The problem was especially acute among single-parent families headed by women, which make up 19 percent of American families but 55 percent of all families in poverty. In only 17 percent of those impoverished families is the household head working full time. Still, even that is better than before welfare reform set time limits on public assistance in 1996. Back in the early 1990s, for instance, only 9 percent of all poor women who headed households worked.

Export-Import Bank's expiration a victory for billionaire Koch brothers