You probably know that Ronald Reagan’s old “welfare queen” line about black inner-city women living it rich off their welfare checks was a myth, a distortion based on a single unrepresentative anecdote. Regardless, thirty years later you can find dozens of Tweets every day featuring
How do your arms reach the parking break?
While we’re struggling to heat our homes and feed our families, the rich are fretting about whether their automobile collections might be rusting as they sit, unused, in garages as big as a house.
You can’t really see the detail in this photo I snapped from the passenger’s side of my vehicle traveling down Interstate 71 in Ohio, so you’ll have to trust me when I tell you that on the lower left hand side, the van’s owner placed
What’s most salient in the liberal zeitgeist? To get an idea, take a look at these, our top five selling bumper stickers from September 1 to September 5, 2008: #1: Librarians Against Palin bumper sticker #2: People With One House Against McCain bumper sticker #3: