The Past is Present

I woke up this morning and realized it was 1977. Or 1978. Anyway, it was the ”Carter Era” ll over again. For those of you thast are either too young yto remember, or weren’t born yet, what you are beginning to see in America’s economy is exactly what we sat during the presidency of Jimmy Carter. I voted for this guy. Why? He came across really smart. He graduated from the U/S/ Naval Academy with a degree in Nuclear Enfineering. After his time in the military, he ran a peanut farm in Georgia, which for me meant he had some business experience, as a small business owner. How could we go wrong?

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The Cost of Losing the Rational Edge

It’s kind of funny. Well, maybe not actually funny, but when I think about it, I chuckle a little. Have ypu ever heard a joke, maybe a funny scene from a television show or a movie that whenever it comes to mind, o matter where you are, you start laughing out loud and people around you believe you’ve finally gone mad and call an ambulance? Thats what I think about a lot of the propaganda coming out from the government concerning the vaccinated versus the unvaccinated.

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The FDA Votes to Block the Virus Booster

The FDA voted a while ago against issuing a booster vaccination for everyone (16 years and above is what I heard). That has to be a huge defeat – another one – for Biden because his policies were framed on everyone receiving a booster, starting next Monday. Of course a while later they did vote in favor of those 65 and older receiving a booster but what foes this mean, overall for Biden’s threat to mandate vaccinations?

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A Bad Summer for Biden

It’s been a really bad month for Joe Biden, hasn’t it? First the debacle of the exit from Afghanistan punctuated by the death of 13 service members some 18 or so critically wounded, and the more than 100 deaths of Afghans. then, on live TV, as if he didn’t care, and was wondering when this torment would be over, was caught on camera as the bodies were being sacredly delivered, checking his watch as each member were brought off the airplane at Dover.

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You Can’t Force 80 Million to Comply via Threats

I’ve been meaning to comment here on all of the turmoil that seems to be emanating from the White House recently but it has become so pervasive in a short period of time that I find myself in a quandary concerning what exactly I should be upset about on any given day. There’s just so much, isn’t there? The real question comes as to which topic (Afghnistan, COVID, Economy, etc.) takes precedence over any other. Well, the Presidents speech put that to rest for now. His lies and his clear attempt to polarize the country as I heard one commenter on TV refer to Biden’s polarization was no different than calling the unvaccinated lepers.

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