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"Excluding volatile food and fuel, the so-called core measure was unchanged..." High inflation for food is more than obvious of the past years. However, the Dallas Fed has a basket of articles that the Dallas Fed shops each month to get their monthly price information. According to the Dallas Fed there is very little if any inflation for these articles. I only have two questions. WHERE ARE THEY SHOPPING? IS IT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC?
"A Terrible Polling Day For Democrats" from the always giddy, hopelessly optimistic Guy Benson who accurately predicted Romney as the winner in 2012. Oh wait.
Well said.
Read Carlos7's comment again. He is saying that a scorpion is a scorpion. Why complain when a scorpion acts like a scorpion? You can either reject scorpions or become one.
"...people in the world of finance put personal wealth above country." Been that way for hundreds, maybe thousands, of years. The wealthy (once they are wealthy, that is) support socialism because it keeps them wealthy (and others poor). Kind of a modern day "divine right of kings" sort of thing and a feudal society with the wealthy as the aristocracy.
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How Far Away Can Skynet Be?

bigdawgworking Wrote: Sep 14, 2014 10:11 PM
A long time ago, it was cous cous. It is Louisiana and it is all about food! Geaux Tigers.
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The Future of the Gun

bigdawgworking Wrote: Sep 14, 2014 7:50 PM
There are THREE gun cultures, not two. The American gun culture that has been here for at least 300 years. The liberal anti-gun culture which has maybe been around 50 to 100 years. And, the predator elite culture which has been around at least 2,500 years. Only predators disarm their victims. The predator elites like Bloomberg are surrounded by guns and people who can use them. Bloomberg belongs to the predator elite culture. But, he pretends to be part of the anti-gun culture. Obama is also of the predator elite class as noted by many NRA ads. Predator elites pretend to be part of the anti-gun culture. But, they are heavily armed. Their children are not defenseless. But, the DEMAND that yours are defenseless. Predator elites are nothing less than monsters. The Greeks described them through the fables of Aesop (Wolves, Sheepdogs and Sheep -- several fables that read like the story of Sandy Hook). You can follow them through history. Disarm the peasants. Disarm the victims. It is always the same. In 1775, the American Revolution was started when the predator elites tried to disarm the Americans. In 1835, the Texas Revolution began when the predator elites tried to disarm the citizens of Gonzales, Texas. The Texans had four simple words for the predators emblazoned on a large flag: "Come and Take It".
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How Far Away Can Skynet Be?

bigdawgworking Wrote: Sep 14, 2014 3:43 PM
Minimum wage has nothing to do with helping workers. The secondary goal is to help unions with contracts pegged to the minimum wage. But that is a bonus. But, the primary goal, the REAL goal of raising the minimum wage is to RAISE PRICES. Big word for that is INFLATION. The liberal giveaway programs can only be financed by a devalued dollar. Warren Buffet is quoted here at townhall.com with those very words just a few years ago. Think back 30 years. US 30 year bonds sold in Sep 1984. What are those bonds worth today -- in 1984 dollars? About 10 cents on the dollar. They borrowed that money never intending to repay it. It is a fantastic scam. The liberals benefit. The super wealthy liberal billionaires benefit. And, they distract conservatives from the real price with "our children and grandchildren will be crushed with debt." Nope. Inflation taxes the poor and the elderly now. Today. The loss of jobs creating more dependents? That is just another bonus for the amazingly cruel liberals. Do you really think that the same monsters who demanded -- by law -- that school children be defenseless at Sandy Hook care about workers?
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O Audit, Where Art Thou?

bigdawgworking Wrote: Sep 12, 2014 11:23 PM
Yep. And, this looks pretty lightweight for Louisiana.
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O Audit, Where Art Thou?

bigdawgworking Wrote: Sep 12, 2014 11:22 PM
>>Landrieu said the "mistakes," which go back to 2002, stemmed from "sloppy book keeping." (from the article) Years ago I worked on uncovering fraud in a very large financial institution. We built a search with the premise that fraud was hidden by "sloppy bookkeeping". The system was a success at finding the bad bookkeepers and ... you guessed it, we found those who were committing fraud. "Mistakes" and "sloppy bookkeeping" sounds like a confession to me.
Other no-shows for Ventura: Burger King is un-American, or at least they are Canadian. McDonalds is "un-healthy". Wal-Mart is "greedy". God forbid that any of the local churches help out. List is getting shorter and shorter.
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