Monthly Archives: May 2019

China Toadies Shirk from Discussing Tiananmen

Thirty years after Tiananmen, for all its new wealth and progress, The People’s Republic of China remains a regime willing to stifle the freedoms that Westerners regard as a birthright. Let us not forget what the students of Tiananamen Square … Continue reading

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Every Day of Homeschooling is a Day Without a Utopian Socialist Indoctrination

The Overqualified Homeschooler A recent story making the rounds suggests that homeschoolers can be overqualified for many of the high-skilled, highly paid jobs which employers find it difficult to fill. My son, Spencer, decided to apply for the High Voltage … Continue reading

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Trump’s War Against the Swamp

The Deep State government and its cronies comprise a debilitating parasitic mass sucking the life’s blood from the US economy and its people. Because Mr. Trump typically does what he says he will do, he represented a threat to the … Continue reading

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Why China is Losing: Reading Between the Lines

China increasingly realizes that it’s playing a losing hand in the trade war, and its counter-moves have been made mainly for public consumption in China. __ Source If you take the trouble to look at the items that China left … Continue reading

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China and Russia: Desperately Seeking Hegemony

Guest Article by Edward Lucas from the Center for European Policy Analysis The Toxic Twenty Revisited Russia and China are both engaged in an undeclared war on the West. They are not allies, but they cooperate. Their arsenals are different, … Continue reading

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The Government is Not the Country

The USA is a country that dominated the 20th century, but was supposed to have faded rapidly by now to take a subservient position to China in the 21st century. The US government is badly in debt, and mired in … Continue reading

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Scholastic Aptitude: Can Blacks Ever Rise to Equal Others?

The Scholastic Aptitude Test has for decades shown a stark gap between scores by black students and scores of other ethnic and racial groups. No matter what is done, nothing seems to help to even the score. Will blacks ever … Continue reading

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You Know Nothing Chairman Xi

China Chooses to Lie Cheat and Steal Rather than Reform China could have chosen to abandon its long practices of forced technology transfer, product piracy, arbitrary discrimination against foreign litigants in disputes with Chinese companies, large scale industrial espionage, and … Continue reading

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The Thing That Is Different About Space Enthusiasm This Time

Ever since US President Kennedy pledged in the early 1960s that the US would land a man on the moon within the decade, the US has been caught up in episodic bouts of space enthusiasm. Engineers and other technical people … Continue reading

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You Must Learn to Face the Pain and Suffer

This article was previously published on the Dangerous Child blog You must, where necessary, learn to face pain and to suffer, in order to destroy and assimilate the pathological material contained in the symptom. (p. 166) __ Perls, Hefferline, Goodman … Continue reading

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Wind Power Boom Is Over

… the 20-year subsidies granted to wind, solar, and biogas since 2000 will start coming to an end next year. “The wind power boom is over,” Der Spiegel concludes. __ https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelshellenberger/2019/05/06/the-reason-renewables-cant-power-modern-civilization-is-because-they-were-never-meant-to/#2a527dd2ea2b No economy can afford to run its industry and … Continue reading

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Taking Responsibility by the Numbers, thru the Word, from the Heart

Note: This article is cross-published from the Dangerous Child blog Dave Ramsey: Responsibility by the Numbers Dave Ramsey is an author and radio personality who teaches different ways for people to take responsiblity for their finances: Get out of debt, … Continue reading

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