Monthly Archives: April 2011

Keynes vs. Hayek Round Two

Enjoy.

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“Indifference to God brings indifference to evil”

I had not seen this statement from Pope Benedict XVI during the Easter Triduum, but it’s certainly something worth reflecting upon in these times: The Pope was keen to stress that Christ’s rebuke to his slumbering apostles – “stay awake … Continue reading

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The Spartacus Revolt!

Most people don’t realize this, but over 2,000 years ago two sets of ancestors in the great Kenney household name were set on opposing fields.  On one side, the slovenly yet eager slaves-turned-rebels of the Sparticus Revolt led by none … Continue reading

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Buying Fuel In Bulk?

Charlottesville’s NBC 29 sheds a little light on how localities aren’t feeling the pinch of gasoline prices the same way you and I are: Albemarle County Spokesperson Lee Catlin says, it’s paying $3.04 and Charlottesville City Spokesperson Ric Barrick says … Continue reading

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Exhibition Match Over; Real Budget Battle Begins

Hats off to Speaker John Boehner.  No seriously… hats off, folks.  Given a shaky House GOP coalition, we forced two votes in the Senate on the Pence Amendment and the repeal of Obamacare, and for the first time since the … Continue reading

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