Monthly Archives: August 2020

GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

From a portion of the week: The U.S. economy: American Airlines to cut 19,000 jobs in October? (Report) More economy: The Federal Reserve will accelerate inflation? (Article) (Bienvenido a Venezuela) The culture: Forcing progressive race theory onto government employers? (Article) … Continue reading

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GGLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorected)

From the week: The pandemic: A successful treatment found? (Report) (But is it politically correct?) More pandemic: Evidence now supports use of controversial drug? (Report) Still more pandemic: Financial reality looms through short term government aid (Article) (Beyond the election … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

From the week: Corruption: Austin, TX metro trains run empty to secure Federal dollars? (Report) The economy: What’s coming after the election, when the delinquent debt/credit roars back? (Article) The culture: New York legislature asked to require 500 hours of … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

From the week: The economy: “Your government-ordered depression has arrived” (Article) More economy: Stocks don’t reflect market reality anymore (Article) Still more economy: Over 60% of global debt now returns less than 1% (Article) Government: From lockdown to the “Great … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

From the week: Geopolitics: Why America needs to address the vacuum of power in the Mediterranean (Article) The pandemic: Police with dogs raid gym, arrest owners for ignoring lockdown (Report) All mail election failed spectacularly, provided criminal charges in New … Continue reading

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