Monthly Archives: November 2012

Voting: the odds are never in your favor, especially the second time

Have you read about the woman who has been charged with the felony of “voting more than once in the same election?” After trying–and failing–to cast a second “early” vote in a different Nevada location, this clueless woman was arrested in a Las Vegas casino. Continue reading

Price Gouging is a Public Service

Price gouging is back in the news thanks to Hurricane Sandra. Citizen cry-babies have been reporting price increases for gasoline, cabs, hotel rooms, electrical generators and other necessities to the state governments which in turn have mobilized to enforce anti-price gouging laws.

Politicians are falling over one another to grandstand on the issue.  Continue reading