Tag Archives: Great Depression

No Doubt About Number 1

Today is the first anniversary of the domestic terrorist attack on the Capital Building. Based on publically available information we know much more of its genesis than we did as we watched it transpire on live TV. That said, there is still much to be discovered. The most distressing part of the aftermath to date is that while we have many answers there has been precious little accountability. Continue reading No Doubt About Number 1

Has An Idea Finally Met Its Time?

The concept of a national guaranteed minimum income has been around for some time. It gained a lot of popularity in conjunction with Andrew Yang’s 2020 Democratic presidential campaign. Like most I have for a long time dismissed it as too far out. I’m having some second thoughts.

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Closing Arguments – Part One

For the next three days I intend to give you my closing arguments on why not to vote for Donald Trump or any of his Republican sycophants. Today and tomorrow’s articles will be based on statistics. Tuesday’s will be a personal plea. If you are already among the “convinced” and/or have already voted perhaps these articles will help you persuade other voters. In any event, please come along and let’s explore. Continue reading Closing Arguments – Part One

Trump’s Onion

This will be another catch up day. All I will (incompletely) cover are Trump’s recent “I can’t believe this” adventures. The inspiration for today’s article is the satirical publication The Onion. Let’s explore. Continue reading Trump’s Onion

The Current State Of The Union

To say things are bad in America us an understatement. Are they the worse ever? Almost certainly they are not. Are they the worst of my lifetime? No question they are. In fact, the current situation is a combination of several bad situations experienced over the last 100 years or so happening simultaneously. Let’s explore. Continue reading The Current State Of The Union