What is the Value of Amazon, If Not for Government?
August 7, 2020 08:34 Posted in: Economy, Policy - Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos recently sold about $3.1 billion worth of shares in his company, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission compiled by OpenInsider. Bezos says he was selling about $1 billion of Amazon stock a year to fund his space exploration company, Blue Origin. Amazon shares are on a terror this year and are up an… Continue Reading
Don’t Lump Me In With Radical White Losers in Portland
August 6, 2020 08:22 Posted in: Culture, Policy - In the devolution of society that is identity politics, all whites are evil and hold up the racist system known as the United States. Nothing about skin color is actually binding, but that won’t stop the left from making the claim. The incessant noise about white privilege, systemic racism, and everything else that’s echoed by hollow Democrats is reaching a… Continue Reading
Op-Ed: Random Thoughts To Democrats On An Uncivil War
August 5, 2020 10:54 Posted in: Culture, Elections, Policy - Dear Democrat Party, So now you're advocating what amounts to domestic terrorism because you didn't get your way in 2016 and yet again when you were afraid of losing the liberal legislature at SCOTUS. So, there can be no civility with a party that wants to destroy everything you stand for - gotcha. We've tried "civility" with a party that… Continue Reading
A&E Network Wins “Woke Award Of The Week”
August 3, 2020 09:27 Posted in: Culture, Media, Policy, Trump - Ever heard the saying, "Don't bite off your nose to spite your face?" A&E network was not privy to the wisdom contained in that old expression when they decided it was better to be WOKE than wise by canceling the show Live PD. The A&E network responded to the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis with the following statement: "This… Continue Reading
Op-Ed: Violent BLM and Antifa Protesters Need to Smell a Whiff of Grapeshot!
August 1, 2020 06:53 Posted in: Culture, Events, Policy - It’s time for radicals, rioters, and revolutionaries to smell the gunpowder. French protestors were rioting in the streets; rebellion was in the air. Thousands of Frenchmen of all classes had been executed, many by beheading, including women and children. Royalists (supporters of King Louis XVI) felt the monarchy permanently slipping away. Roman Catholic Church leaders had lost their privileged positions,… Continue Reading
Early Mask Adoption and Death Totals Contradict One Another
July 30, 2020 08:55 Posted in: Events, Policy - Even though masks are supposedly the only thing standing between you and killing your neighbors, states with the earliest mask mandates are also the states with the highest death rates. I believe masks are more effective than not at stopping the spread of disease. Let’s get that out of the way. How could they not? Reducing the opportunity of minuscule… Continue Reading
Twelve Years a Stooge
July 28, 2020 08:38 Posted in: Culture, Policy - “I have brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, uncles, and cousins, of every race and every hue, scattered across three continents, and for as long as I live, I will never forget that in no other country on Earth is my story even possible.” - Candidate Barack Obama, 2008 To piggyback on that Obama noticing, let it be known that in no… Continue Reading
Leftist Teaching to Hate America
July 24, 2020 08:31 Posted in: Culture, Media, Policy - Here in America, opportunity abounds for all who endeavor to improve one's lot in life. It's a place where the sun rises upon the hopes and dreams of more humans than any other destination in the world. So, how is it possible that the United States has become the object of hatred for so many of its own citizens, especially… Continue Reading
The China House of Cards, What is their Geopolitical Strategy?
July 22, 2020 08:49 Posted in: Economy, Policy - One of the most important developments in the world over the last few decades has been the rise of China as a new world power. China, whose Communist Party government has ruled now for more than 70 years, will soon have major geopolitical strategic decisions to make. Many believe that China is a house of cards ready to fall. Is… Continue Reading
Protestors Co-Opting the Word Genocide, What is Genocide?
July 21, 2020 08:43 Posted in: Events, Policy - In 1951, a black activist group called the Civil Rights Congress submitted a petition to the United Nations to hold the United States accountable for 152 deaths at the hands of police. The United Nations had, in the late 1940s, codified the term "genocide." As it applies today, Black Lives Matter has not officially endorsed such rhetoric, although there is… Continue Reading