Tag Archives: supply chain

An Old Baseball Adage Comes To Mind

There is an old adage in baseball that says, sometimes the best trade is the one you don’t make. With the annual trading deadline rapidly approaching and considering the political news of last week along with just a tad of poetic license that I used, I selected my biggest story of the week just ended. Donald Trump is a crook. Rudy Giuliani is a liar. Neither of those is exactly a surprise. The UPS strike being averted has the potential to have a huge impact on America’s future.

Continue reading An Old Baseball Adage Comes To Mind

The Summer That Could Be

You’ll have to give me about less than ten days “grace period” in order for all the examples I will cite today to be contained within the summer of 2023. That’s not much compared to the evil that men of ill will could do with them. Continue reading The Summer That Could Be

Starve The People Into Submission

The food supply chain is starting to show its first signs of breaking down. Privately I predicted it weeks ago; in fact it was one of my first concerns when the coronavirus pandemic broke in America. Trump has used language purloined from dictators of the 20th century to describe the legitimate media when they reported his transgressions in an attempt to get Bubba to disbelieve them. Censorship is coming if we allow him to get that far. To date it has just been strong arming of outlets he gets angry with. There is a lot to unpack there; let’s explore. Continue reading Starve The People Into Submission