A Tsunami of Taxes

It’s no surprise that the economy is sputtering: The Obama administration has done its best to attack the private sector ever since it came to power. Its regulatory expansion, its massive and little-understood bills governing health care and the financial sector, its attacks on business in the media and before Congressional committees, and its push for cap-and-trade, card check, and other anti-business legislation have sown … Continue reading A Tsunami of Taxes


This is turning out to be the weirdest year in Texas, weather-wise.  After several years of drought that rivaled the all-time worst droughts of the last century, we’ve been getting copious amounts of rain.  Over 5 inches fell this past week at my house.  If it weren’t for all of the biting insects, you’d think it was England.  Oh, yeah, and the accents.  I understand … Continue reading Rain


I joined FB to get news about particular things, and the original reason that I joined has gone away.  Now I find myself getting really annoyed by a number of people who are from my old church who link YouTube videos, usually of beautiful choral music from England, from a site that’s called “Unapologetically Episcopalian.”  I find myself thinking, “Really, these people don’t think they … Continue reading Facebook