GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING WEEK … (Politically Uncorrected)

From the week:

California is hiding $400 Billion in spending from the public (Report)

Vaccination mandate: 4 states call military medical replacements for fired unvaccinated staff (Report)

COVID vaccines pose greater death risk than the disease for young people? (Report)

The pandemic: Study shows Ivermectin provided 50% reduction in hospitalization/deaths (Report)

Eyeglasses may be replaced by eye drops for the nearsighted (Report)

California: Small gasoline engines to be phased out? (Report)

 The pandemic: New Merck treatment pill might alter DNA, affect male fertility? (Report)

More pandemic: Cardiologist predicts permanent heart damage for some vaccinated children (Report)

U.S. Federal debt now over $280, 999 per household (Report)

Taxpayers spent $54 B bailing out airlines (Article)

The pandemic: Current take on origin (Article)

Science: Semiconductor breakthrough offers energy advantages (Report)

The pandemic: COVID treatments sidelined to promote vaccinations? (Article)

More pandemic: U.S. Government blocking Ivermectin shipments? (Report)

U.S. military spending antagonizes rivals (Article) (And increases debt – Is that good, or bad?)

COVID Vaccinations: Some Dangers now admitted? (Report)

The pandemic: Questions rise re Merck’s treatment pill (Report)

U.S. Home Ownership: Bidenfolk move to replay the 2008 Great Recession (Article)

The pandemic: (Ivermectin and Hydroxychlorophene in India (Article)

Science: The cause of the Little Ice Age? (Article)

Chicago: 4 dead, 23 wounded in weekend shootings (Report)

A naked man strolling a neighborhood was arrested (Report)

Enough, alre;ady …

EDITORIAL:         The U.S. Border “Crisis” Is A Political Scam

                                                The U.S. Congress has provided the laws and the spending that shape events at the border; U.S. presidents use those for political purposes, including propaganda. Congressfolk have parochial, personal and national interests to compromise, enough of which won’t bear too much publicity near elections. And some political realities don’t look nice in public. Some facts apply: The U.S. is probably the most desired migration destination on earth but is no longer an underpopulated opportunity needing migrants to develop it. The once overpaid American middle class is diminishing under competition from automation and cheaper foreign labor but no politician can afford to say that. Nor add that technological progress has eliminated old jobs faster than it has created new ones, plus that many of the new ones require education and experience unavailable to many American workers not yet old enough to retire. In all this, oth Democrats and republicans find political and economic benefits in massive immigration, legal and otherwise. It just insn’t politic to say so.  

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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