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    • Michael Tomasky: The ugly narcissism of the I got mine crowd
      This vile Wall Street Journal op-ed piece, by an accountant from La Jolla, puts virtually every selfish and ignorant thought right out front:I'm in the 32% federal and 10% state income tax brackets. I pay a 1.2% property tax on very expensive California real estate. I am subject to the Alternative Minimum Tax. I am self-employed and subject to a 15% payroll tax on the first $100,000 in income and an 8.75% state sales tax. If I have a gain from investing, I pay a minimum of 15% federal and 10% state tax but can only write off $3,000 per year if I lose. And now the government wants me to pay more?As a child I mowed lawns, shoveled snow, had a paper route, sold sandwiches at school, and cut up dead trees and split them for firewood to sell during spring break. I have worked every summer since I turned 14. I took out student loans for college and worked 35 hours a week, at night, to pay for the rest......Why then does the government feel so entitled to take my money and give it to others? Why should I have to carry so many people on my back? Call me cruel. I don't care. I give to whom I choose—but since so much is confiscated (and wasted in the process) I have little left I wish to give......Life is hard. You learn when you fail and you make changes when things hurt. Why then is the liberal agenda trying to make sure nobody feels any pain? And why does the government feel so entitled to steal from many in order to give it to others.Jesus lovers. Yglesias has already sliced this idiot to ribbons, thus:I always go back to the case of the Salvadoran guys who moved all my furniture into my current apartment. I certainly make more money than those guys. But whether or not I work longer hours than they do (which is definitely possible, I work pretty long hours), you'd have to be この卑劣なウォールストリートジャーナルの社説作品は、ラホーヤから会計士は、事実上すべての利己的で無知な思考フロント。置きます:私は32%だと10%の状態の所得税のブラケット連邦

    • Spain in lists: Chart-topping singles, favourite TV programmes and bestselling books
      The most popular cultural entertainment in Spain in 2011Spain's top songsMaldita Nerea - Tu mirada me hace grande (You Make Me Look Great) Boyband ballad.Enrique Iglesias – TonightMalu - Blanco y negro (White and Black) Power ballad from the popular female singer.David Guetta – Who's That ChickKaty Perry – FireworkSource: los40.comSpain's top TV showsCuéntame cómo pasó (Tell Me How It Happened) Long-running, lavish costume drama about a middle-class family during Franco's dictatorship.El Barco (The Boat) Drama about a group of young people on a sailing course with an apocalyptic ending.La República (The Republic) Tale of a socialist family set in the 1930s before the civil war.Aida Award-winning sitcom about a working-class woman who inherits her father's house and moves in with her kids.La Reina del Sur (Queen of the South) Action-packed adaptation of Arturo Pérez Reverte's novel, about a woman who sets up a drug-dealing network.Source: formulatv.com Spain's top booksEl Ángel Perdido (The Lost Angel) by Javier Sierra The latest mystery thriller from Spain's answer to Dan Brown.No Consigo Adelgazar (I Can't Lose Weight) by Pierre Dukan Self-help book by France's bestselling nutritionist.ll Método Dukan Ilustrado (The Illustrated Dukan Method) by Pierre Dukan The diet plan in pictures.Carolina Se Enamora (Carolina Falls in Love) by Federico Moccia Comic novel by Italian novelist with a Nick Hornby touch.El Tiempo Entre Costuras (The Time in Between) by Maria Dueñas Romantic novel about a seamstress who flees the Spanish civil war.Source: que-leer.comSpainTelevisionPop and rockguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2011 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds 2011SpainのトップsongsMaldita Nereaさんのスペインで最も人気のある文化的な催し物 - 火ミラダ私ウサギグランデ(あなたが私に見えるように大)Boyband ballad.Enriqueイグレシアス - TonightMalu - ブランコイネグロ(白と黒)の電源を人気女性singer.Davidからバラードゲッタ - それはChickKaty Perryさん - FireworkSourceを:los40.comSpainはフランコのdictatorship.Elバルコ(ボート)についてドラマ中に中産階級の家族についてshowsCuéntameコモパソ(それが起こったのかTell Meを)長期実行、豪華な衣装ドラマトップテレビだ終末論的ending.Laリパブリカ(共和国)物語彼女の父の家を継承する労働者階級の女性の市民war.Aida賞を受賞したコメディする前に、1930年代に設定された社会主義の家族とヨットのコースで若い人たちのグループ彼女kids.Laレイナデルスルとに移動(南の女王)アクションは薬物を扱うnetwork.Sourceを設定する女性について、アルトゥーロペレスReverteの小説の適応を詰め込んだ:formulatv.comスペインのトップbooksElアンヘルペルディード(フランスのベストセラーnutritionist.ll Método Dukan Ilustrado(図解Dukan法)によるピエールDukanセルフヘルプ本を読んでダンBrown.No Consigo Adelgazar(私は重量を失うことができない)にして、Javierシエラが)スペインの答えから最新のミステリースリラーAngelをロストピエールDukanお針子についてマリアドゥエニャスロマンチックな小説ニックホーンビーtouch.ElティエンポアントルCosturas(間の時間)とイタリアの作家がフェデリコMocciaコミック小説(愛の州の滝)pictures.Carolina世Enamoraのダイエット計画によって人は、スペイン市民war.Source逃げる:que - leer.comSpainTelevisionPopとrockguardian.co.uk ©ガーディアンのニュース&メディア限定2011 |このコンテンツの使用は私達の対象となる利用規約|その他のフィードを

    • Spanish stereotypes: A nation of Don Juans (and Donna Elviras)
      The idea of Spaniards as mighty Latin lovers has stuck – but the statistics are more prosaicFrom the libertine Don Juan to the prolific crooner Julio Iglesias, the idea of Spaniards as mighty Latin lovers has stuck. Perhaps we should blame Mozart – although the Austrian made his famous Don Juan speak Italian (and called him Don Giovanni).The statistic however are more prosaic. Spaniards tend to lose their virginity at 18, according to a 2008 survey by the state-funded youth association INJUVE. That is a year or more later than in the United Kingdom or the United States and helps explains why teen pregnancy rates are a quarter of those in the UK.A quarter of all Spanish men and 55% of women have had only one sexual partner in their lives, according to a 2003 national statistics institute (INE) survey. That doesn't quite fit with a Durex survey which saw men claiming an average of 21 partners (well above an international norm of 13), against only eight for women.Were they, by any chance, exaggerating? Female tourists cannot account for such a huge difference. One possibility is that prostitutes play a part. The INE's poll reported that 27% of sexually active Spanish men aged 18 to 49 admitted to having paid for sex. Seven percent had done so over the previous year.SpainEuropeGiles Tremlettguardian.co.uk © Guardian News & Media Limited 2011 | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds 偉大なラテン愛好家としてスペインのアイデアが滞っている - しかし、統計が放蕩ドンファンは、多作のクルーナーフリオイグレシアスするには、強大なラテン愛好家としてスペイン人のアイデアこだわってよりprosaicFromされます

    • Troubling reality behind facade of Uzbek 'princess'| Henrietta Foster
      The glitter, glamour and philanthropy of Gulnara Karimova hides the truth of an Uzbekistan regime that engenders fearIf it wasn't so bizarre and genuinely troubling, the extravagant character of Gulnara Karimova would almost be a tremendous joke. One of those hyper-real women that grace the pages of Tintin or Asterix in harem pants and jewels with secret compartments stuffed with poison. She may have been played by Fenella Fielding in Carry On Up the Ferghana, with Sid James as her disreputable father. But as the eldest daughter of the Uzbek dictator, Islam Karimov, and his presumptive heir there is nothing funny at all about Karimova.Known as princess of the Uzbeks, Karimova does it all and has it all. Married at 19 to Mansur Maqsudi, a local Coca-Cola executive, her father made Coca-Cola the only soft drink of choice in Uzbekistan. Divorced a few years later, Karimova returned from the US to Tashkent with her two children. Karimova manages to combine various careers into her busy life – from serious politician and ambassador to pop diva via fashion designer and businesswoman. Recording under her father's nickname for her, GooGoosha, her videos show her as an Arabian Nights fantasy princess bedecked in diamonds as big as the Kremlin against the skyline of Samarkand with a Lamborgini thrown in for good measure.But this Kylie of the Steppes is also a creator of jewels for Chopard – though when I asked them for a comment they denied that she was continuing to work for them. She is the organiser of the Fund Forum – a festival for children that includes Cristiano Ronaldo and Samuel Eto'o as patrons. In fact, Karimova attracts all sorts of celebrities to her various causes: Kenzo, Rod Stewart and Julio Iglesias among others.Her fabulous wealth, estimated at $570m, is reporte 輝き、魅力的Gulnaraカリモヴァを非表示にウズベキスタン政権engendersはそうと本当に厄介な奇妙でしたfearIfの真実の慈善事業は、Gulnaraカリモヴァの贅沢な文字がほとんど途方もない冗談だろう

    • Are liberals disgusting? | Michael Tomasky
      You're aware that the psychological dimensions of political conviction are of interest to this blog, but I don't quite know what to make of this, from the New York Times, via Yglesias:But disgust does more than just keep us away from poisonous substances. It also exerts a powerful and idiosyncratic influence on judgment. People who are feeling disgust become harsher in their judgments of moral offenses and offenders......Subtle cues about disgust and cleanliness can affect social and political judgments as well. In an experiment conducted recently by Erik Helzer, a Cornell Ph.D. student, and one of us (David Pizarro), merely standing near a hand-sanitizing dispenser led people to report more conservative political beliefs. Participants who were randomly positioned in front of a hand sanitizer gave more conservative responses to a survey about their moral, social and fiscal attitudes than those individuals assigned to complete the questionnaire at the other end of the hallway.In another experiment one of us (Dr. Pizarro) was involved in, a foul ambient smell — emitted, unbeknownst to test subjects, by a novelty spray — caused people answering a questionnaire to report more negative attitudes toward gay men than did people who responded in the absence of the stench. Apparently, the slightest signal that germs might be present is enough to shift political attitudes toward the right. That's fairly bizarre. I don't doubt that conservatives are more disgusted in general, but how does it follow that the prospect of cleaning one's hands leads to holding more conservative views? It seems like conservatives win both ways here, no? If you're near a hand-cleaning machine, you become more conservative. But if you smell a foul smell, you are also more likely to become conservative. M あなたは、政治的信念の心理学的寸法は、このブログに興味のあることを認識しておりますが、私はかなりイグレシアスを介して、New York Timesから、この何をするかわからない:しかし、嫌悪感は、わずかの距離から私たちをもっとより切り盛りする有毒物質

    • Michael Tomasky: Kagan and the problems of meritocracy
      David Brooks writes on Elena Kagan today, and it's rather devastating. Not in an ideological, fodder-for-the-right kind of way, but about the system and process and to some extent about her:What we have is a person whose career has dovetailed with the incentives presented by the confirmation system, a system that punishes creativity and rewards caginess. Arguments are already being made for and against her nomination, but most of this is speculation because she has been too careful to let her actual positions leak out.There's about to be a backlash against the Ivy League lock on the court. I have to confess my first impression of Kagan is a lot like my first impression of many Organization Kids. She seems to be smart, impressive and honest — and in her willingness to suppress so much of her mind for the sake of her career, kind of disturbing.I think we have here in Kagan an extreme case from which we should be careful to make general statements. As Brooks notes elsewhere, she apparently knew from the time she was quite young that she wanted to be a judge, and comported herself accordingly, never saying anything remotely controversial or, probably, interesting.Maybe this confluence of facts - a ridiculous process that everyone knows is ridiculous, brought to its logical endpoint of ridiculousness by the presence of a nominee who has been planning for this moment for decades by saying as little as she could - will result in this being the last time we go through this charade in just this way. Yglesias wants to address this by giving Scotus appointees fixed (and lengthy) terms, rather than lifetime appointments. I'd go for that, although the political system we have today doesn't have the capacity to agree on that kind of change.By the way, little known fact: there is noth デビッドブルックス氏はエレナカガン今日書いて、それはむしろ壊滅的だ

    • The jobs report, ugh | Michael Tomasky
      Another lousy jobs report for last month out today. The private sector actually gained jobs, 71,000 of them, and while that's an okay number it's not good enough politically. The public sector lost far, far more jobs though, mostly census workers, but also some of the teachers and firefighters and cops and so on who were laid off because Congress didn't pass a bill funding their positions, because the Republicans held it up. As Yglesias puts it:The losses came from the public sector. And they were foreseeable. And they were foreseen by the President of the United States and the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the Majority Leader of the United States Senate and the majority of House members and a majority of Senators. And the President of the United States and the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the Majority Leader of the United States Senate and the majority of House members and a majority of Senators voted for bills that would have prevented that. But because in the Senate a minority of members can get their way, action wasn't taken. Consequently, we have a horrible jobs number. Which would be bad enough, but the way the American political system works, the minority party that prevented the majority from addressing the crisis will accrue massive political benefits as a result of the collapse.Actually, to be fair, that would seem to account for only about a third of the job loss, by my reckoning. Even so, it's a nifty trick, no? Vote against funding for public jobs. Watch them disappear. Reap political benefit as unemployment rate rises.It's still worth remembering that we were losing 700,000 jobs a month 20 months ago. And that unemployment would be, by this calculation, 16% without government action. One of the people doing this calculating was 今日は先月のもう一つのお粗末な仕事レポート


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