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“White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said Tuesday that Biden’s goal is for more than 50% of schools to have “some teaching” in person “at least one day a week” – not necessarily fully reopened – by Day 100 of his presidency.” We are living in a failed state. Have a nice day. My prediction […]

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World Politics Hitting Close to Home. PLEASE HELP FREE MY FRIEND AND FORMER COLLEAGUE. Bobo is a friend and fellow employee at the institution I worked at before I got to the U of Rochester. He is one of the kindest, hardest working individuals I have ever known. He came to America after being incarcerated […]

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Why Don’t You Know His Name? “Help me!” “Help me!” As cars drive by, fellow officers watch, knee on back. He “settles down” at 11:30. “I’ll drive the ambulance” … “Ha ha ha ha ha” “He said, “you’re gonna kill me” but he tried to kick me” 13:00 “Is he asleep?” then laughing 13:43 they […]

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Courtesy of the Morning Consult: In other research via Marginal Revolution: Bureaucratic politics is a politics of privilege. By 1956, the wages of the highest-ranking party and government personnel were set at 36.4 times those of the lowest rank. (By way of comparison, the highest wage in the “corrupt” Nationalist government in1946 was 14.5 times […]

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Businessmen are stupid! The news are all against me! Fake news! Here is Brain Truster Ray Moley (i.e. an FDR insider and supporter) on FDR: (FDR) then launched into a violent attack upon business men generally, saying that he had talked to a great many business men, in fact to more business men than had […]

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Every American school child and household by now understands that taking care of yourself, eating a balanced and healthy diet, exercising regularly, being aware of your vitals and overall well-being, living with clean air and water, those are the ways to remain healthier over your lifetime and maximize your chances of living a long life. […]

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1 This thread commemorates those brave politicians who didn't let lockdowns slow them down Send me other examples by DM, and I'll add them First, Deborah Birx: retiring in disgrace after gathering 2 households and 4 generations for a Thanksgiving partyhttps://t.co/LjktJbHeee — Bachman (@ElonBachman) December 22, 2020  

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For years I have waffled back and forth between being way too reactionary and concerned about the insane ideas that are put forth, or way too lax in trying to stay out of the news. For my own mental health and for what I thought would help contribute to good debate, I have chosen to […]

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Not So Great

Here in the Sugarlands Visitor Center at the Great Smoky National Park we see: I love that there is a nearly empty collection box. The park tries to collect small amounts of fees by selling trail maps and wildflower and wildlife guides, but at $1 a pop that is probably barely enough to cover the […]

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In thinking about arguments that I have heard made against the NSA’s PRISM program (this program is basically the limitless power the NSA seems to be exercising in collecting an ungodly amount of information, without warrant, from all Americans’ use of the internet), a little conundrum came to mind. One of the things the NSA […]

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