Government Schools: Intentionally, We Don’t Understand Math or English

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Decades of government schools (kindergarten through grade 12) – have poisoned America’s intellectual well. An utterly pathetic school system which produces far too many people who can’t read the diplomas they’re handed – but can all roll a condom on a banana. College IS for Dummies to be sure – a festering cesspool of totalitarian […]

Oh Look – Even More Amazon-Defense Department Cronyism

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One would have to be deaf, blind…and living in a cave in a cliff on a remote Pacific atoll – to miss the obnoxious amounts of incestuous cronyism that exists between monstrously huge tech company Amazon and the Department of Defense (DoD). Amazon Web Services (AWS) is looking to crony its way into a $10 […]

When Two Companies Control 90% of the Market – It’s Not a Free Market

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Many self-described free marketeers vociferously oppose antitrust laws: “Antitrust laws also referred to as competition laws, are statutes developed by the U.S. government to protect consumers from predatory business practices. They ensure that fair competition exists in an open-market economy. “These laws have evolved along with the market, vigilantly guarding against would-be monopolies and disruptions to the […]

The Eternal Stupidity: ‘Let’s Have Government Do It’

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Wisdom – is eternal.  Because it is so rare a commodity – it is treasured by all who actually like and respect all that is good. Stupidity – is also eternal.  Because we are humans – and humans are flawed.  All who actually like and respect all that is good – try their best to […]

Moderate District Dems Must Save Us from More Hyper-Partisan Legislation Theater

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Washington, D.C. is currently politically divided. The White House is inhabited by Republican President Donald Trump. The Senate is comprised of a 51-49 Republican majority. The House is comprised of a 235-197 Democrat majority (with three vacancies pending). The Average American realizes: This means Republicans and Democrats must meet somewhere in the middle in order […]