Category Archives: germany

Rearranging the Deck Chairs on the Titanic

Here’s a bleak prognosis for America’s future. I like at the end of the article how he says, “eventually a leader will arise who will solve this.” When Germany had these kinds of problems it led to the rise of … Continue reading

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How Germany Postponed Global Warming…for Seven Hours

This article is actually about the irresponsible (and one might argue immoral) use of food to power vehicles (attention ethanol lobby). What struck me is how often policies have unintended consequences, often times negative unintended consequences. The author points out … Continue reading

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German Homeschoolers Get Political Asylum in the U.S.

Gee, I wonder where the MSM is on this story? Don’t you think it would be big news if a U. S. family received political asylum in Germany? Germany to America? Not so much.

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Merkel to Brown: No!

I love Angela Merkel! She at least has the guts to know idiocy when she sees it, and is unwilling to mortgage the future of Germany for the present. Too bad our politicians aren’t this way.

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Why the US Will Guarantee All Bank Deposits (Coming Soon)

If you are a large company and both Ireland and Germany are guaranteeing bank deposits, where are you going to put your money? (Hint: Not the U. S.). Since we are running a current account deficit that requires 2.5 billion … Continue reading

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