The Carnival of the Capitalists Is Up for 27 February
And while you are there, be sure to visit Eidelblog and read a terrific summary of the mess Maryland is making with Wal*Mart. This Blue State will continue to loose jobs, population and, I pray, congressional seats.
Perry Eidelbus, Der Eidelblogger, from Westchester, New York reminds us that the purpose of business is not charity. And, indeed the purpose of government is not charity.
Charity is the test of the human heart.
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