From the week:

Censorship: Delta Airlines removed from flight two women after they pribately extolled Trump? (Report) (Possible; seems unlikely)

Food price inflation: Accelerating? (Article)

U.S. Politics: The liberal Left has repudiated liberalism (Article)

 More U.S. politics: ABC calls for cleansing of Trump supporters (Report)

The U.S. media are revising history, leading newsman laments (Article)

The economy: Bitcoin is a bubble … But the global fiat system is a bigger bubble (Article)

Censorship: Talk radio network orders conservative hosts off election fraud or be terminate (Report)

Wall St. banks threatening finances of pro-Trump politicians? (Report)

Philippines: Terrorism status )Articl)

Washington D.C. riot was a false flag failure meant to have been much larger? (Report) More)

U.S. Government: The boondoggle in “Food Insecurity” (Article)

 U.S. Government: Places itself at table for artificial intelligence research (Report) (!)

Censorship: The great social silencing (Article) (Recommended)

Yemen: Update (Article)

Censorship: The largest U.S. real estate organization bans public/private “hate speech”, with punishments (Article)

The pandemic: What they said about lockdowns before 2020 (Report)

More pandemic: New Stanford international study questions lockdowns effectiveness (Report)

Censorship: Twitter CEO on undercover video re expanding silencing of the right (Report)

Capitol riot: Antifa leader brags about breaking Capitol window posing as Trump supporter (Video)

Autos: Electrics to replace gasoline whether public agrees or not (Article)

Censorship:  A list of alternatives for Twitter, Facebook etc. (Article)

Computers: Windows 10 vulnerability remains unfixed (Report)

New Jersey: Seized assets including bank account of gym that opened under lockdown (Report)

U.S. Airspace: FAA approves fully automate commercial drones (Article)

Education: California school teaching 3rd graders toxic whiteness (Article)

Chicago: 5 dead, 28 wounded in weekend shootings (Report)

A naked woman had a man arrested (Report)

That’s all.

EDITORIAL:         Getting Tired of Politicized U.S. “Racism”?

If it seems telling that the media and politicians spend so much time and the government so much money on a minority comprising some 13% of the U.S. population, it is. The imported Chinese laborers who built the railroads were treated arguably worse than the freed slaves and immigration from China was barred by the 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act more than 30 years after the black slaves were freed. Those conditions underlie the rise of the Chinese ghettos often called Chinatowns. But the resident and eventually, immigrant Chinese have not dropped out of U.S. high schools and filled its prisons; they are instead increasingly subject to racial discrimination with the whites in order to offer preferences to blacks. Governments punish success, reward failure? That seems wrong; it is no less racial discrimination than a “Whites Only” sign. Nor has it led the African immigrants to equality with their Asian fellows. Worse, it is done by government in the name of equality, hypocrisy on steroids. Finally, it clearly doesn’t work. If the idea is to treat blacks like everyone else, then government has to exemplify treating them so, not simply reversing the direction of discrimination with Black Lives Matter/Antifa trashing and burning U.S. cities with tacit political pproval..     

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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