It is not usually wise to prejudge a trial, but I’m convinced Derek Chauvin is like the suspect who asked Judge Roy Bean, “are you going to give me a fair trial?” The Judge, also a saloon keeper and known as “The Only Law West of the Pecos,” said, “Yeah, we’ll give you a fair […]Continue Reading →
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Storming of the Bastille in Paris started the French Revolution While Storming of the Capitol is Proof of America’s Second Revolution!
The Second American Revolution has continued for many months with massive resistance, rebellions, and riots “in 48 out of the 50 largest cities in the United States.” However, the mass media considered those riots and looting as mere protests. One media personality standing in front of a burning business said, “The protests have been mainly […]Continue Reading →
Since we have not learned from history, we are now about to repeat it. In past plagues, officials, thinking they were doing good, passed laws that often did short-term good and long-term damage. They passed laws that fixed prices and wages (and always failed); forbade a man to change jobs; forced a son to follow […]Continue Reading →
The various bubbles—housing, stock market, banking, etc., will go pop, pop, pop, and pop! I have been part of the doom and gloom crowd concerning the economy for many years, but there is no way I could have seen what has happened. I never envisioned an invisible bug–the Chinese coronavirus–would add a new dimension to […]Continue Reading →
America is in trouble. Some say we are at the start of the Second Civil War. Leftist America-haters, always quick to use any reason to denigrate America, took advantage of a scandalous, shocking, and shameful crime in Minneapolis to protest, i.e., destroy, burn, loot. As of today, downtown Seattle has been taken over by arrogant […]Continue Reading →
Martin Luther King, Jr. was wrong when he declared, “A riot is the language of the unheard.” No, a riot is the language of the unhinged, the unlawful, the uncouth, the uneducated, and the uncivilized. It is always an attack upon the culture, the community, the commandants, and civilization. It is a throwback to when […]Continue Reading →