I’ve shared this bit of political incorrect terrorism humor from England, as well as this somewhat un-PC bit of tax humor. But perhaps motivated by the scandal of giving welfare to terrorists, this new video is the most amusing thing I’ve seen from across the ocean. I almost didn’t post this because it singles out […] . . . → Read More: Very Funny but Very Un-PC British Video on Welfare and Immigration
The bad news is that there are despicable and evil people seeking to kill innocents. The worse news is that some of these pathetic excuses for protoplasm are subsidized by taxpayers. It’s happened in France, Australia, and the United Kingdom. And we now know that the Tsarnaev family was on he dole as well. Which [...] . . . → Read More: Are You Happy that Your Tax Dollars Subsidized the Tsarnaev Family?
I’m a big fan of Chuck Asay’s political cartoons. My favorite is his nothing-left-to-steal masterpiece. And his tractor cartoon and his regime-uncertainty cartoon are brilliant indictments of Obamanomics. Here’s another classic. It shows the impact of the welfare state on incentives for work, self reliance, and independence. In six cartoon frames, he cleverly explains the economics [...] . . . → Read More: How the Welfare State Erodes Social Capital, as Illustrated by a Chuck Asay Cartoon
So we’ve now learned that the Boston Marathon terrorists were welfare bums. Why am I not surprised? Heck, it was only a couple of days ago that I announced the Moocher Hall of Fame and included terrorists from the United Kingdom and Australia (and I could have included a taxpayer-subsidized terrorist from France as well). [...] . . . → Read More: Immigration, Terrorism, and Welfare Tourism
Back in 2010, I posted a “Moocher Index” showing the states with the most dependency. But that was based on numbers and lacked any human-interest angle. So let’s create a Moocher Hall of Fame for the individuals who best exemplify the culture of loafing, laziness, and dependency that is being subsidized by our vote-buying political [...] . . . → Read More: The Moocher Hall of Fame Welcomes its First Danish Member