“Funny how people attack Krugman when they can't defend Ryan's budget.”
turfkiller on Aug 20, 2012 at 08:40:53
“It's clear how many the wealthy control simply by looking at the spikes in the numbers of trolls over certain subjects like Krugman.”
SE rebel on Aug 20, 2012 at 08:38:32
“You are creating what's called a "false dichotomy". Criticism of Krugman doesn't mean that one is obligated to support the Ryan budget.
Ron Paul's "Plan to Restore America" and a plan that Tom Coburn's office released last year (not the deficit commission report, his own proposal) are the only realistic plans I've seen to actually address the problem.”
“Don't worry baggers, Chris Wallace loves him too....
Chris Wallace, George Clooney: New BFFs
By: Patrick Gavin
August 17, 2012 10:41 AM EDT
George Clooney hangs out with all the top stars, including … Sunday talk show hosts?
Thanks to paparazzi photos, the world caught a glimpse of Fox News Sunday’s Chris Wallace and his wife, Lorraine, hobnobbing with Clooney and his girlfriend, Stacy Keibler.
We asked him: What’s it like to hang out with the sexiest man alive?
“I don’t know that I consider him sexy at all,” Wallace said. “He’s a heck of a nice guy.”
As for spending time with the A-lister at his home in Lake Como, Italy, Wallace said: “It was everything you would imagine it to be.”
“Great food, great wine and great talk. We talked about his business, we talked about my business. The only thing that ticked me off is that he may be smarter about politics and know more about it than I do. In the morning I’d come down and he’d say, ‘Hey, have you heard … ’ and he seemed to be more clued in.”
Wallace said that while “we don’t always agree on the issues, we could disagree agreeably and one of the points we both made is that this sort of demonization of the other side is a very unhealthy thing in our politics today.””
TapestryMood on Aug 19, 2012 at 19:34:55
“Won't poke....LOL....but here's a bear ((hug)) for a really nice post.
Aug 18, 2012 at 16:44:35
“The team measured subjects' carotid wall thickness, and compared that with answers about egg yolk consumption, smoking, exercise habits and other lifestyle factors. They did not have the data to look at overall dietary patterns, according to Spence.
Pointless study. If you look at one element, egg yolks, in isolation, you can draw just about any inference you want.
If they spent as much time looking at the size of LDL cholesterol particles as the number of them, they'd be on the right track. Bigger is better when is comes to the density of LDL cholesterol.
Anyone who is interested, have a look at "Wheat Belly" by William Davis.”