Monthly Archives: November 2017

Suggestion

Yesterday the Argentine navy abandoned its attempts to rescue 44 crew members on board a submarine that disappeared two weeks ago. Nobody has been able to find it. This puzzles me. All aircraft are required by law to have transponders … Continue reading

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False equivalencies

Before I get to my main topic, I note that Fed chairperson Janet Yellen says that the “national debt crisis” is, “The type of thing that should keep people awake at night.” From CNBC… With Congress wrestling over a tax reform … Continue reading

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Peasant happiness

Republicans’ tax plans are going to clash headfirst with President Trump’s anti-China, anti-trade-deficit rhetoric. It’s just simple economics. No, your claims are just simple nonsense. Republican tax plans are forecast to increase the federal debt by about $1.3 trillion to $1.6 trillion over … Continue reading

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Another false flag?

I wasn’t going to talk about this, but I object when “leftist” blogs echo right-wing propaganda. For example, the corporate media outlets say that last Friday (24 Nov 2017) a group of gunmen attacked the Sufi al-Rawda mosque in the … Continue reading

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“Worthless” dollars

It will be many more months before Puerto Rico’s electrical infrastructure is fully repaired, only to be destroyed again by next year’s hurricanes. Why don’t we bury power lines? Germany buries all of its low-voltage and medium-voltage power lines that … Continue reading

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Towers of doom

Let’s be careful about continuing to give energy to the Russia-gate hoax. Regardless of what the Russians did or didn’t do, no one denies that Hillary and the DNC are corrupt. I propose that we only discuss Russia-gate when someone … Continue reading

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Liar or fool? (Pt. 2)

Bruce Cannon Gibney attended the prestigious Stanford University, and became a lawyer. He was one of the first investors at PayPal, and went on to work for PayPal founder Peter Thiel’s hedge fund Clarium and his venture capital company Founders … Continue reading

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