I walked into a diner yesterday with $20. After a seafood dinner, coffee, tax and tip, I walked out with $1. 10 years ago I think the same dinner would have cost in the $10 range.
I remember when I was young scraping by for three or four days on $5 until I got paid. Granted, I was eating cheap stuff, but now I would shudder at having to live even one day on just $5. (Remember those books with titles like “Europe On $5 a Day”?)
Peter Ferrara looks at the grim outlook on inflation and more. If he is right, our national survival is at stake.
Here is a tape of leftists discussing their goal to take down the capitalist system and redistribute wealth. At the end a speaker mentions Cloward and Piven’s idea of creating “ungovernability” — so the left does take their ideas seriously, and it’s not just right-wing hysteria to say so.
Elan Journo argues that intervention in Libya is not in U.S. national interest.
David Horowitz is no longer a Neo-Conservative.
Michael Hurd on Obama’s little war.
Actors talk about what it’s like not to be a leftist in show business.