Well, we officially live in a Banana Republic.
In honor of my 200th post, I’m going to deliver a list of the twenty most impactful- people, things, and events in my life. And, likely yours
There's no way America will resolve her inflation crisis any time soon because of this Congress. We shot ourselves in the foot by locking down and turning off the economy. We had a chance to lessen the economic repercussions by electing leaders who carried out the will of the people. Instead, our elected officials betrayed us. The reckless spending this Congress carried out will inhibit growth and fuel inflation for the rest of this decade.
It’s hard to find a way that would have been worse to go about doing what the administration sought out to do. It seems that everything they have tried to 'fix' has been done in quite possibly the worse method possible.
Government needs to stop trying to fix problems that they have already created. Step aside and let the economy fix itself. It will rise again as the economy comes back online. The only thing in its way are the D.C. bureaucrats.
Only D.C. politicians could spend hundreds of billions of dollars and claim it will reduce inflation.
Everything is political. Sadly, this has spilled into economics. Data can often be looked at half full, or half empty. But, it's hard to put lipstick on the pig that is the American economy.
So, we're in a recession. Now what?
No, seriously, you can't make this up. That's what someone needs to tell the economists at the White House who have actually opted to make up a new definition for a recession.
The wheels are off. Moms are domestic terrorists. Biden doesn't know how the vaccine works. We have 11 million unfilled jobs, with 8 million unemployed, and the fix is to spend trillions of dollars. Does anything make sense anymore? But, at least we are protected from mean tweets!
Here’s a compilation of stories from this week of wacky things that happened across our country.
Let's talk about who really should have won Time's Person Of The Year
Biden's pick for Treasury Secretary is huge. First, it shows Biden isn't pandering to the far left progressives. Second, it shows Biden is extending an olive branch to the conservatives. This may forecast the Biden presidency and possible signs of bipartisanship.
Twitter is used by a fifth of Americans, yet it's trending topics consume the vast majority of our news. This has to change for America to move forward.
Enslaved Muslims in China, the existence of aliens confirmed by the US Government, and a huge censorship controversy around Hydroxychloroquine.
It's time to call a spade a spade. New York City failed. In particular, the incredible lack of leadership from Mayor DiBlasio, combined with a visible feud between him and Governor Cuomo, resulted in one of the biggest disasters in the storied history of America's most important city. First, why did a city as densely … Continue reading NYC Failed
Anyone who thinks they can conduct business in the same capacity they did a few months ago will be in for a rude awakening. Habits have been developed, and it is paramount that businesses cater to the new normal.
How did we get here, and where are we going? How does this shift economic, societal, and cultural norms? Let's start trying to figure this out.
Why are we providing our info and data to companies who not only poorly protect it but also profit from it without providing us a share?
Is the cornavirus the last straw in the way the rest of the world views and treats China?