YouTube has lots of video.Â Look out for bald head glare.
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Posted by PrestoPundit on 05/13/2007
will be fromÂ Zimbabwe. Quotable:
Zimbabwe is enduring the world’s highest inflation, at more than 2000%, mass unemployment, and there are widespread accusations of civil rights abuses.
On Wednesday it was announced that households in Zimbabwe were to be limited to four hours’ electricity a day, between 1700 and 2100 local time.
Posted by PrestoPundit on 12/20/2006
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Posted by PrestoPundit on 12/16/2006
Is on YouTube.
Gary North: “Itâ€™s a Wonderful Life is about a conflict of visions: Potterâ€™s vs. Baileyâ€™s, the bank vs. the building & loan, rentals vs. mortgages. Ultimately, though never said, itâ€™s about the FDIC vs. the FSLIC.”
Links via Justin Ptak, who has lots more.
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Posted by PrestoPundit on 12/07/2006
Separated at birth?
Posted by PrestoPundit on 05/19/2006
The housing boom is over. Ya don’t say.
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Posted by PrestoPundit on 12/28/2005
The President refused to send out a “Merry Christmas” card this year — but he did take time out to issue an official Presidential Message in honor of “Kwanzaa”, the fake holiday created by a Marxist thug to express his hate for liberal democracy, white people and Christianity — La Shawn Barber has lots more on “Kwanzaa”, and be sure to scroll down and check out some other articles telling the true story of “Kwanzaa”.
Posted by PrestoPundit on 12/24/2005
Not that war, this war:
At my children’s school, like most others, the holiday concertâ€™s â€œcelebrate diversityâ€ anthems are parceled out entirely randomly: one year you might get the Hannukah song, the next the traditional Hutu disemboweling chant. But the thing to remember is: it would be offensive to inflict â€œDeck The Hallsâ€ or â€œGod Rest Ye Merry Gentlemenâ€ on any hypothetical Hutu in attendance, but itâ€™s not offensive to inflict hot Hutu hits on bewildered moppets.
year in, year out it becomes harder for [parents] to support a secular Democratic Party closely allied with the anti-Christmas militants. American [leftists] need to re-think their priorities: Whatâ€™s more important? Winning a victory over the kindergarten teacherâ€™s holiday concert, or winning back Congress and the White House?
Posted by PrestoPundit on 12/21/2005
A friend who’s worked in both New York and California tells me that every retailer she’d worked for in New York explicitly banned employees from saying “Merry Christmas” — this included a NY retailer everyone in the country knows by name. Out in California she’s never run into anyone who’s ever heard of such a thing.
The “war on Christmas” may differ depending on where you live — and how proximate you are to the power structure of the leftist culture.