by Bob Adelmann | 6:31 pm, November 11, 2012
When an irresistable force meets an immovable object, it’s called gridlock.
by Bob Adelmann | 4:22 pm, November 11, 2012
I wonder when reality will set in?
by Bob Adelmann | 2:13 pm, November 11, 2012
It’s good to ask questions like these every now and then, just to make sure we have good answers for them.
by Bob Adelmann | 7:46 am, November 5, 2012
I love it when someone sticks his neck out, and then looks around to see if anyone else is also. Hewitt is a talk show host and is great for finding out what others think and the riffing on that with his own comments. Sort of like what I do here. Hewitt thinks Romney is [...]
by Bob Adelmann | 4:11 pm, November 4, 2012
As volatile and flimsy as the BLS numbers are, they cannot disguise an economy that is going nowhere, nor the trouble that Obama is in.
by Bob Adelmann | 2:08 pm, November 4, 2012
Nick Gillespie, at Reason.com, has nailed it. Three reactions to the hurricane are not only predictable but silly. The first I covered yesterday, exposing the broken window fallacy that Sandy is going to be good for business. Gillespie takes after Professor Peter Morici, as I did: At Yahoo Finance, University of Maryland economist Peter Morici [...]
by Bob Adelmann | 10:44 am, November 4, 2012
Considering the precarious position the country is in, it’s amazing that Congress looks like it’s going to do everything it can to put off into the future – punt, kick the can, whatever you choose – to avoid making any hard decisions today. I agree with Mark Twain.
by Bob Adelmann | 2:22 pm, November 3, 2012
“Presidents come and go but bureaucrats go on forever.” I said that at the end of this article, but I don’t really believe it. They operate with taxpayer dollars and if/when the flow of those dollars end, so do the bureaucrats. One can dream…
by Bob Adelmann | 6:46 pm, November 1, 2012
On Monday the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) said it was doing everything it could to make sure that Friday’s jobs report – the last one before the election – would come out on time, despite Hurricane Sandy. The BLS is still smarting from attacks over its last report which showed an increase of 114,000 [...]
by Bob Adelmann | 6:37 am, October 30, 2012
I didn’t mention that a lot of the GDP growth came from government spending. Gee, I wonder if that had anything to do with the election? Probably just a coincidence.keep looking »
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