Friday, November 05, 2010

Thursday, November 04, 2010

Neo-NeoCon at the Right Network: "Having four wives isn't all it's cracked up to be."

"Finding solutions is more important than dredging up the past."

Stuart Schneiderman has a new column up over at the Right Network that explains how to give advice:

When people come to see me now, they expect me to show them a new way to analyze their real-life dilemmas, and they expect that I will offer guidance and advice.

They may not always follow the advice to the letter. But they do consider it, factor in what they find valuable, and draw up their own plans for dealing with their problems.

Telling someone that “These are your options” is a lot better than saying: “You must do as I say.” And both are far superior to: “Let’s wait until we understand why your mother didn’t love you enough.”


The Corner: Social Security's $32.2 billion dollar mistake.

Wednesday, November 03, 2010

" The conventional wisdom that women all prefer government-provided safety over freedom has been put to rest,.."

Carrie Lukas at the Daily Caller:

Women voters have also defied traditional stereotypes about skewing liberal. While it will take some time to get complete exit poll data, polls taken shortly before the election suggest a major shift in women’s voting habits. Early reports suggest women split nearly evenly in this election. As Mary Kate Cary reported in U.S. News, a recent New York Times poll showed undecided women breaking heavily for the GOP. In fact, women went from favoring Democrats by 7 points last month to giving the GOP the edge by 4 points in the New York Times’ latest polls. In other words, the famed gender gap — which somehow always refers to women’s tendency to vote disproportionately for Democrats rather than men’s tendency to vote Republican, has vanished.

Pundits will spend the next two years debating the meaning of the 2010 Election. But a few things are clear. The conventional wisdom that women all prefer government-provided safety over freedom has been put to rest, and female political leaders do not come in one mold. There are strong, unabashedly conservative women throughout the country who are prepared to fight for limited government and greater freedom. And they can win.

As more women become small business owners and entrepreneurs, I hope the trend towards limited government and freedom will continue.

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

I was on Amazon and a book was recommended for me called In Fifty Years We'll All Be Chicks: . . . And Other Complaints from an Angry Middle-Aged White Guy. The author is Adam Carolla and the book looks pretty funny. However, having never heard of this guy, I thought I would ask readers if they had and if they think the book is worth purchasing. My fear is that I will be buying a book that blasts men in some stereotypical style that is passed off as humor. If you have any thoughts or have read this book, let me know.


Monday, November 01, 2010