Monthly Archives: May 2016

GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING WEEK … (Politically Uncorrected)

Your weekly assortment, sans aspirin: A naked man jumped into a lion enclosure seeking suicide but survived. (Cruelty to animals?) A woman was jailed for child abuse after allowing her 11 year old to drive a golf cart down a … Continue reading

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Politics, Economics,Labor … and Robots

Robots  will produce a class of obsolete humans?  There is a simple answer: Certainly. So long as robots are cheaper than people. Unions joined with politicians – i.e, corruption – pushed the price of labor above its market value. Politics … Continue reading

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Have U.S. Women Won A Devil’s Bargain?

Women have gone to war since prehistory. Generally though, not in the line of battle. Men are just bigger, stronger warriors for one thing. For another, a man can make his replacement in a few seconds; a woman requires nine months … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

Your assembled selections : The Feds are planting warrantless microphones in public places  to gather evidence for prosecutions. (Trees, light bulbs, park benches,) One person in every ten uses her phone during sex, per report. (How do they know, really?) … Continue reading

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Will Any Politician Save Us?

We have wondered whether it is just us, or have others noted how often politicians advocate solving a perceived problem by applying more of what has caused it in the first place? For example, a sluggish economy. Politicians advocate curing … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

Our picks of the weeks’ news and views: “The Borderless World”: Sec of State John Kerry pushes the globalist agenda. (But doesn’t explain how diversity and equality can coexist.) The Feds ability to use force has been beefing; now that … Continue reading

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Are We Voting On The Next Herbert Hoover?

President Herbert Hoover’s slogan for the Great Depression was: “Prosperity is just around the corner.” It proved a tough corner to round. Our 2016 President elect seems likely to face similarly intractable circumstances without the present officials; ability to pretend … Continue reading

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