Monthly Archives: March 2021

2021: The Self-Destruction Of The West

  The West found its ultimate expression in the United States where mostly European Christian immigrants and their diseases cheerfully brushed the comparatively primitive natives aside and built a new society relatively unimpeded. Given their origins, the result was naturally an … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING WEEK … (Politically Uncorrected)

From the week: Government: The reality of liberty needs attention (Article) (Recommended) Corruption: Obama officials returning to White House are now wealthy (Report) The European Union’s doomed finances (Article) The Military: Support, the contractor conundrum (Article) The pandemic: Interesting update … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING WEEK … (Politically Uncorrected)

From the week:                                Congress: New racist farm aid bil excludes whites (Report) (Details) Oregon: State Senate bill would pay blacks $123,000 reparations for slavery (Report) California cities are mandating large pay raises for grocery workers, stores closing in response (Report) … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING WEEK … (Politically Uncorrected)

From the week: Congress: Federal workers scoring massive perks in COVID relief bill (Report) Georgia could not authenticate 67% of mail-in election ballots? (Report) The economy: Games played by U.S. government with U.S. money (Article) More economy; Effects of declining … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING WEEK … (Politically Uncorrected)

From the week: Portland:  Destructive Antifa riots continue, largely unreported, (Report) What “normal” are we returning to? The depression nobody dares acknowledge (Article)  The U.S. economy: Food price inflation (Article) More ecoomy: 11 million homeowners/renters behind in payments facing end … Continue reading

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