GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

alfred_e-_neumannFrom the week that was:

The internet: Censorship spreads from New Zealand (Report)

Immigration: Black Vests seize Paris Air Terminal; “France does not belong to the French!” (Article)

Education: New SAT criteria can provide backdoor racial quotas? (Article)

More education: Why students are fleeing the humanities (Article) (Politicizatio?)

Burma (Myanmar): Moslems undigested (Article)

The Constitution: Continues to be replaced by the government (Article)

Immigration: Sorting facts from the border propaganda (Article)

Iran/Iraq: Update (Article)

The culture: IQ rates dropping in developed countries? (Report) (Hmnn … IQ is a slippery metric)

Education: Individualism is part of white supremacy culture per New York City Education Chancellor (Report)

China: Fingered for ozone/climate threatening pollution (Article)

Earthquake: Warnings on the U.S. west coast? (Article)

Government: Wikileaks’ Assange charged with espionage; faces death (Article) (Wikileaks ain’t the New York Times …)

The U.S. House voted to admit trans boys into female high school athletics (Article)

Syria: Alleged poison gas use is a false flag fakes? (Report)

The economy: Short introduction to the ongoing world war of money (Article)

Education: U.S. public education: An indictment (Article) (Tough, hard to disagree …)

 The media: Why U.S. airports always show CNN on TVs (Report) (And it’s censored …)

Congress: House bill protects censorship by internet suppliers (Report)

Chicago: 4 killed, 11 wounded in weekend shootings (Report)

A naked woman’s boyfriend was arrested (Report)

And so the week …



The Democrat Congressfolk act as though the country’s president serves at their pleasure and must be their selection; the President is expanding Army and Air Force presence in the Middle East on borrowed money at a time of record debt. You must pass a travel police screen to fly, U.S. customs searches your devices and the government snoops the internet while its providers increasingly censor your use of it. Sometimes one might wonder if the difference between a democracy and an empire is as great as we are supposed to believe …

About Jack Curtis

Suspicious of government, doubtful of economics, fond of figure skating (but the off-ice part, not so much) Couple of degrees in government, a few medals in figure skating; just reading and suspicion for economics ...
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