Vincent Nunes's blog

What Would Smedley Butler Do?

Let's begin with a quote misattributed to Voltaire:

"It is dangerous to be right in matters where established men are wrong."

"Catalogue pour la plupart des écrivains français qui ont paru dans Le Siècle de Louis XIV, pour servir à l'histoire littéraire de ce temps," Le Siècle de Louis XIV (1752)

Getcha Big Ass Soda Heah!

Once again, the soda ban has been BANNED:

The American Beverage Association, who filed the suit along with other groups like the NAACP, contended in their lawsuit that their industry was unnecessarily targeted in the city's fight against obesity.

Who's Crying Now?

Did this surprise anyone?

The Rent Control Board authorized a 1% increase on one year leases, and a 2.75% increase or two (or more) year leases.

Here's an excerpt from the New York Times piece:

Jimmy Silber, who owns a 100-unit building in Manhattan, called it political — and said the 1 percent increase was meaningless.

Beating A Dead Horse

I couldn't write anything yesterday.

For some reason, even after seeing the news item on television, it didn't seem real...but yet, here it is:

The So-Called War on Terror Is A Criminal Fraud - Prof. Michael Keefer

Linkapalloozza, Or I'm Just Going To Post Links Today

That's right - just a bunch of URLs today!

No...that's not fair at all. Anyone can cut and paste - let's get some pithy comments going on with those links:

The September 11th Museum

The museum dedicated to the memories of the 2,983 individuals lost to us on September 11th, 2001, is slated to be opened to the public on May 21, 2014.

There has been some discussion as to whether it was appropriate to house the remains of those lost to us in this edifice. Apparently, one Charles Wolf is in agreement with this plan. Other families, however, are very distraught about this.

It does sort of leave a weird taste in my mouth.

If Alec Baldwin Only Had A Hammer

Alec Baldwin has had enough of New York City, it seems.

I wasn't aware of the rule that you must bike in the direction of traffic; I've seen people doing exactly the opposite many times. Of course, they don't have the fantastic luck of Alec Baldwin.

The only disagreement I have is that he became belligerent because "they didn't know who I was". Hey, guy - you should have been wearing a 30 Rock shirt!

Can you believe the irony of the guy striking people with a hammer to have the surname COWARD?!?

Who Watches These Watchmen?

I've known about this for some time - a neighborhood watch group in Williamsburg attacked a gay Black man, beating him so severely that he has gone blind in his right eye. His attackers are now facing up to 25 years in jail each, if convicted.

He's Gonna Miss That Nigger Smell

That's a hell of a title, yes?

It's the TRUTH.

Don Sterling, born Donald Tokowitz, will never again get to bask in the smell of his team, the L.A. Clippers.

R.I.P., Basil Paterson

Godspeed, brother.

Hello again to the two Davids and to Carl.

Dr. E. Michael Jones New Book, “Barren Metal: A History Of Capitalism As State Sponsored Usury” (Repost)

Dr. E. Michael Jones New Book, “Barren Metal: A History Of Capitalism As State Sponsored Usury”

Shylock from "Merchants of Venice"

Shylock, the “Merchant of Venice”

The Political Conspiracy Behind the Bankruptcy of Detroit: Anatomy of a Crime (Repost)

Report to the Workers Inquiry

The Political Conspiracy Behind the Bankruptcy of Detroit: Anatomy of a Crime

By Larry Porter

Justice CAN Be Bought - Just Ask Willie Rap!

Justice is supposed to be blind; but apparently, greenbacks can easily pierce the blindfold.

To wit: William Rapfogel, recently convicted of embezzling millions of dollars meant for clients of the Metropolitan Council, has sent out an email to obtain funds in plans to shorten his prison sentence.

Don't believe me?

I always tell you, dear readers - research EVERYTHING.

Of course, in this instance, I'm going to do the legwork for you - but be sure to check the sources linked in the article - from Failed Messiah:

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