How Global Organizations Warp the Globe

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I’m not a globalist.  I’m a nationalist.  Why? Because I can only live in one nation at a time.  And I’d like the leaders of that nation to do what’s best for that nation.  Because I’m living in it.  And they’re (allegedly) representing it. I live in America.  I vote in American elections.  To elect […]

Lame Duck Soup: Sometimes You Have to Watch How the Sausage is Made

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For people not steeped in American cinematic history – Duck Soup: “The country of Freedonia is in the middle of a financial crisis and on the brink of revolution….(T)he government appoints Rufus T Firefly as its president. However, Mr Firefly shuns the pomp and pretentiousness of government; along with the prudence and rationality of it […]

Let’s Not Over-Regulate Cryptocurrencies into a Chinese Monopoly

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Like most people, the mysterious world of digital currencies remains for the most part…well, a bit of a mystery. I’ve occasionally dived into some readings on cryptocurrencies – and found the water to be a little chilly.  I do get the basic gist.  And I certainly understand the desire to end run governments – with […]

The Right Should Emulate the Lefts Incrementalism

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I am for MUCH less government than the massive, nauseating amounts with which we are currently befouled. The federal government alone spends MORE THAN FOUR TRILLION DOLLARS PER YEAR. The entire United States economy’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) – the total productivity of every productive man, woman and child in the nation – is around […]

Like Forests – Government Needs the Underbrush Removed

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The awful California wildfires that have killed dozens of people and destroyed hundreds of millions of dollars worth of property – are absolutely atrocious.  It is such an inconceivable loss. What makes the devastation and destruction additionally awful – is the awful, wasteful non-necessity of the massive magnitude. California Failed to Sufficiently Manage its Forests: […]

Here’s Hoping the House’s Democrat Majority Doesn’t Impede Trump’s Trade Winning

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Color me amongst the dubious of the about-to-be-minted House Democrat majority doing anything reasonable – let alone productive. Democrats Load “Subpoena Cannon” With 85+ Trump Targets: “House Democrats plan to probe every aspect of President (Donald) Trump’s life and work, from family business dealings to the Space Force to his tax returns to possible ‘leverage’ […]

The Way to End Our Cold Civil War? Get Back to Less Government

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In deference to America’s veterans on their official Day – God bless you all, thank you VERY much – let’s look at our nation’s cold civil war. To quote Robert Shaw from “The Sting”: “Temperatures are running a little high.” Just about the only portion of Barack Obama’s legacy still standing – is the heightened […]

Trump’s Roaring Economy Proves: Obama-Democrat Big Government – Doesn’t Work

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We have two very recent, polar-opposite visual aides on how government should approach policy – so as to elicit private sector growth. We have Barack Obama’s government-centric, high-tax-and-regulations, government-money-“Stimulus,” Socialism model. And we have Donald Trump’s private-sector-centric, low-tax-and-regulations, “Let the producers keep their coin and keep producing,” Capitalism model. The numbers are in – and […]

Brazil and the WTO: It Helps When You Run the Joint

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As we have written for nearly a decade, the global trade market is a patchwork quilt of ridiculous government impositions – warping what should be a flat and level playing field: “‘Trade Wars’ actually aren’t about trade – they are about government trade policy. “If peoples are trading freely, there isn’t a ‘War’ – there’s […]