After a long hiatus, the Pencil Warrior returns and weighs in on the Occupy Wall Street movement. You don't wanna miss this one. Trust us.
If corporations are "people" as the supreme court claims, then perhaps we do need a death penalty after all.
When talking politics, have you ever noticed how it's always "the other guy" whose facts are questionable? Well, at least until one day, when you look in the mirror and see the dreaded "other guy" staring back at you!
Can the "market" solve a problem that it created in the first place?
If we don't learn from history, we're doomed to repeat it.
Some might find it ironic that the most vocal advocates of private property ignore the fact that much of the land they "own" was stolen (sorry, there is no other word) from Native Americans. Of course Native Americans were not so haughty as to believe they might "own" God's creation in the first place.
The Pencil Warrior weighs in on the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, and the political climate which made it inevitable that such a disaster would occur.
How does the media contribute to spinning stories, such as the current drumbeat to reduce the federal budget deficit? The Pencil Warrior explains.
Funny how all of a sudden deficits matter. The Pencil Warrior asks: where were these folks when we were racking up trillion dollar wars on the nation's credit card?
Is there an elephant in the room with regards to the Gulf oil spill? The Pencil Warrior thinks so...