Mom, apple pie and for seniors - the AARP standing up for the rights of the elderly, getting them discounts and representing their concerns before Congress and state governments. Believe that, and we will sell you a genuine, surplus, solid gold faucet from the Trump Tower for just five bucks with free shipping. As they … Continue reading Does AARP have a conflict of interest: seniors versus profits marketing healthcare policies?
The New York Times may have been surprised that many of its readers didn't share approval of a political cartoon humiliating President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Thursday’s international edition. The political cartoon in question showed a blind Trump, wearing a pair of black glasses, being led by a dog, depicted … Continue reading N.Y.’s “Unfit” Times: Trump depicted as skull-capped religious Jew led by Jewish-starred dog – cartoon hate from far Reich!
Once again, there is more vicious distortion of news about Israel. The 100-year-old Gray Lady, The New York Times, published this headline in its April 16 online edition : "Palestinian Driver Suspected of Deliberately Hitting Jerusalem Bus Stop" In this shallow information world, a headline is about all it takes to quench one's interest in … Continue reading Media worries about attack on “bus stop” instead of headlining the truth of terrorist murder of civilian in Israel capital city
The New York Times gives away a free digital email subscription, and while many of the articles seem one-sided or just obtuse, who can refuse another free daily email? I realize that this costs the Times money, but their goal is to add paid subscribers and increase circulation. Selling newspapers is a subject I adore, … Continue reading Netanyahu opponents in the United States interfere in Israel’s election with far left free “Haaretz” offer from New York Times
"To this list, I would add tax reform and entitlement reform. The former should broaden the tax base while cutting taxes on work, child rearing and investment. The latter should means-test both Social Security and Medicare, reducing both programs’ spending on well-off retirees rather than questing fruitlessly for their privatization." That's the word from 30-year-old … Continue reading An evil twerp – Ross Douthat wants to steal your Social Security and Medicare