Addicted to Uncle Sam’s Handouts

May 3, 2021

A record 34% of household income in the US is now in the form of transfer payments from the government such as welfare and food aid. The combination of a devalued dollar and crushing debt will destroy the middle class.

The Friday Five: When Everything is Racist, Nothing is Racist

April 30, 2021

Students at UCLA claimed during a recent debate on Critical Race Theory that automatic soap dispensers are racist because they force users to display their palms—the lightest colored part of their skin. (The dispensers “see” users with infrared, not optical, sensors.)

No SALT for You!

April 29, 2021

President Biden rolled out his $1.8 trillion expansion of the American “social safety net” Wednesday night, but Democrats in high-tax states want Biden to repeal Trump’s State And Local Tax (SALT) deduction cap, which mainly benefits households earning more than $500,000 a year.

World Leaders Call for More Globalism

March 31, 2021

While President Biden rolls out his $3 trillion “Build Back Better” plan, twenty-four heads of state, including the UK’s Boris Johnson, Germany’s Angela Merkel, and France’s Emanuel Macron have signed an open letter calling for an end to “isolationism and nationalism.”

Talking the Great Reset with Jim Bakker

January 29, 2021

Sharon and I had the opportunity to discuss the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset initiative with Jim and Lori Bakker. Part 1 of the program aired today.

Wall Street vs. WallStreetBets

January 28, 2021

Hedge funds have lost billions of dollars to day traders loosely gathered around the subreddit group WallStreetBets, as retail buyers have driven up share prices of stocks that hedge managers were betting on losing value.

Batman and Donald Trump

January 27, 2021

Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), who has had small roles in five Batman films, will preside over the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. It seems appropriate, given the nature of the proceedings. 5) Senate

Challenging the Vote

January 6, 2021

Congress meets today to certify results of the presidential election. Challenges by Republicans are in process now, although it remains to be seen whether they have any real chance of success.

Showdown, or Just a Show?

January 5, 2021

Challenges to the certification of the votes from the November election may be nothing more than opening moves in the 2024 presidential race.

Showdown in the Senate

January 4, 2021

A group of twelve Republican senators plan to challenge certification of presidential electors Wednesday unless and until there is a ten-day emergency audit of election results in contested states.

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