Once again the word “family” points to kinky behavior. I justmentioned this in conversation and now this story shows up: http://www.bostonherald.com/entertainment/television/2015/05/duggar_family_show_pulled_after_son_s_molestation_admission
If these people would just mind their own business… and bodies, we would all be better off. For some reason the most preachy are most likely to violate the tenets of the preached. Family Research Council, ha! Research yourself, freak.
… well maybe.
“Government is an institution of Christ established for the safety of society because our secular world is dominated by evil!”
Like corporate taxes, fines for environmental spoiling and speeding tickets; the cost is passed on to Joe Sixpack. Where does the 5.8 billion go? to the government that is controlled by the banks who are fined. In other words, it stays in the family.
… as the letters section often does. The Journal deserves some respect for printing stuff like this even though they lean statist in a big way.
monetary policy shifts by the Federal Reserve the essence of currency manipulation?
May 18, 2015
Sen. Rob Portman has a curious way of looking at changes in exchange rates (Letters, May 13). If they result indirectly from monetary policy shifts by central banks, including our own Federal Reserve, they are legitimate. If they result from the direct intervention in the foreign-exchange market by foreign central banks, they are currency manipulation. Somehow, the U.S. Treasury is supposed to know the difference.
The semiannual Treasury reports Sen. Portman cites have never identified the U.S. as a currency manipulator. Yet in a world in which flexible exchange rates cover a great deal of international trade and in which international capital is highly mobile, monetary policy shifts by the Federal Reserve (or any central bank) to boost domestic economic activity do so primarily through the foreign trade sector by depreciating the dollar, thereby encouraging exports and discouraging imports. In so doing, the U.S. and other countries pursuing such an expansionary policy export their unemployment abroad. Isn’t this the essence of currency manipulation?
AMTRAK has installed new speed controls at the crash site in Philly. Does this remind you of the TSA? It should.
This is not particularly interesting to me. But then I saw the picture of Mr. Potter’s dog. It makes me think about how we must be careful, not for ourselves but for those who care about us. I wouldn’t jump off of cliffs or dangle Wally thousands of feet off the ground. It’s better to be kind.