GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING WEEK … (Politically Uncorrected)

From the week:

Surveillance: Credit cards will provide tracking of gun, ammo purchases (Report)

Education: Church of England school fired pastor for sharing Church of England doctrine (Report)

U.S. Presidential Election: Most key counties failed to retain election records (Report)

U.S. Credit Cards: Interest rate hits new high (Report)

The Climate: Current policy is a worse threat (Article)

Armenia/Azeraijan: Shooting at each other again ((Report)

COVID Vaccine: U.S. Government (FDA) refuses to provide safety data analysis (Report)

Serbia: E.U. warns against Kosovo aspirations (Report)

The Gender Wars: Biden opening women’s facilities, activities generally to “trans” men? (Report)

U.S. Immigration: Pres. Biden’s illegals add $20 B to existing $140 B annual taxpayer burden (Article)

U.S. Navy vaccination order withdrawn but but unvaccinated remain disqualified (Report)

U.S. Rail Strike: Averted by 24% wage increase? (Report)

U,S. consumer debt rising with inflation (Report)

The pandemic: A highly qualified, objective review (Video) Recommended

The economy: Inflation striking worldwide (Report)

Food: A massive global rice shortage impending (Article)

Surveillance: Facebook spied upon conservative users, provided result to government (Report)

Electric vehicles: An affordable future? (Report)

The U.S.  war on cryptocurrencies: White House framework for regulation (Report)

Kyrgystan/Tajikistan: Shooting at each other at border (Report)

 China: Update (Article)

India: A socialism/corruption clogged government’s inept military (Article)

Food: The end of cheap food (Article)

The Cost of Living: U.K. in crisis (Article)

Vaccination mandate: Weakening U.S. military per Congressfolk (Report)

Electronic I.D. Systems: Problems proliferate with expansions (Report)

Chicago: 5 dead, 29 wounded in weekend shootings (Report)

A naked man was arrested terrorizing women (Report)

That’s all …

EDITORIAL:         The U.S. Government Is Very Confusing

                                The current “Inflation Reduction Act” just out of Congress to save the economy seems full of the deficit spending that prompted the money-printing that has been inflating us. Prez Biden is taking a victory lap for saving us from a railroad strike by means of a 24% wage hike for the railroad workers, evidently somehow combating general inflation by inflating wages? Elsewhere, mandatory replacement of internal combustion vehicles by electric ones is pursued at the same time as restriction of electric power generation. And is a time when inflation is exploding living costs the right moment to flood the country with cheap immigrant labor competition?  Isn’t it tough enough to compete with China? Trying to reconcile the stated goals of U.S. politicians with their actions has become very confusing …

From the week:

Surveillance: Credit cards will provide tracking of gun, ammo purchases (Report)

Education: Church of England school fired pastor for sharing Church of England doctrine (Report)

U.S. Presidential Election: Most key counties failed to retain election records (Report)

U.S. Credit Cards: Interest rate hits new high (Report)

The Climate: Current policy is a worse threat (Article)

Armenia/Azeraijan: Shooting at each other again ((Report)

COVID Vaccine: U.S. Government (FDA) refuses to provide safety data analysis (Report)

Serbia: E.U. warns against Kosovo aspirations (Report)

The Gender Wars: Biden opening women’s facilities, activities generally to “trans” men? (Report)

U.S. Immigration: Pres. Biden’s illegals add $20 B to existing $140 B annual taxpayer burden (Article)

U.S. Navy vaccination order withdrawn but but unvaccinated remain disqualified (Report)

U.S. Rail Strike: Averted by 24% wage increase? (Report)

U,S. consumer debt rising with inflation (Report)

The pandemic: A highly qualified, objective review (Video) Recommended

The economy: Inflation striking worldwide (Report)

Food: A massive global rice shortage impending (Article)

Surveillance: Facebook spied upon conservative users, provided result to government (Report)

Electric vehicles: An affordable future? (Report)

The U.S.  war on cryptocurrencies: White House framework for regulation (Report)

Kyrgystan/Tajikistan: Shooting at each other at border (Report)

 China: Update (Article)

India: A socialism/corruption clogged government’s inept military (Article)

Food: The end of cheap food (Article)

The Cost of Living: U.K. in crisis (Article)

Vaccination mandate: Weakening U.S. military per Congressfolk (Report)

Electronic I.D. Systems: Problems proliferate with expansions (Report)

Chicago: 5 dead, 29 wounded in weekend shootings (Report)

A naked man was arrested terrorizing women (Report)

That’s all …

EDITORIAL:         The U.S. Government Is Very Confusing

From the week:

Surveillance: Credit cards will provide tracking of gun, ammo purchases (Report)

Education: Church of England school fired pastor for sharing Church of England doctrine (Report)

U.S. Presidential Election: Most key counties failed to retain election records (Report)

U.S. Credit Cards: Interest rate hits new high (Report)

The Climate: Current policy is a worse threat (Article)

Armenia/Azeraijan: Shooting at each other again ((Report)

COVID Vaccine: U.S. Government (FDA) refuses to provide safety data analysis (Report)

Serbia: E.U. warns against Kosovo aspirations (Report)

The Gender Wars: Biden opening women’s facilities, activities generally to “trans” men? (Report)

U.S. Immigration: Pres. Biden’s illegals add $20 B to existing $140 B annual taxpayer burden (Article)

U.S. Navy vaccination order withdrawn but but unvaccinated remain disqualified (Report)

U.S. Rail Strike: Averted by 24% wage increase? (Report)

U,S. consumer debt rising with inflation (Report)

The pandemic: A highly qualified, objective review (Video) Recommended

The economy: Inflation striking worldwide (Report)

Food: A massive global rice shortage impending (Article)

Surveillance: Facebook spied upon conservative users, provided result to government (Report)

Electric vehicles: An affordable future? (Report)

The U.S.  war on cryptocurrencies: White House framework for regulation (Report)

Kyrgystan/Tajikistan: Shooting at each other at border (Report)

 China: Update (Article)

India: A socialism/corruption clogged government’s inept military (Article)

Food: The end of cheap food (Article)

The Cost of Living: U.K. in crisis (Article)

Vaccination mandate: Weakening U.S. military per Congressfolk (Report)

Electronic I.D. Systems: Problems proliferate with expansions (Report)

Chicago: 5 dead, 29 wounded in weekend shootings (Report)

A naked man was arrested terrorizing women (Report)

That’s all …

EDITORIAL:         The U.S. Government Is Very Confusing

                                The current “Inflation Reduction Act” just out of Congress to save the economy seems full of the deficit spending that prompted the money-printing that has been inflating us. Prez Biden is taking a victory lap for saving us from a railroad strike by means of a 24% wage hike for the railroad workers, evidently somehow combating general inflation by inflating wages? Elsewhere, mandatory replacement of internal combustion vehicles by electric ones is pursued at the same time as restriction of electric power generation. And is a time when inflation is exploding living costs the right moment to flood the country with cheap immigrant labor competition?  Isn’t it tough enough to compete with China? Trying to reconcile the stated goals of U.S. politicians with their actions has become very confusing …

                                The current “Inflation Reduction Act” just out of Congress to save the economy seems full of the deficit spending that prompted the money-printing that has been inflating us. Prez Biden is taking a victory lap for saving us from a railroad strike by means of a 24% wage hike for the railroad workers, evidently somehow combating general inflation by inflating wages? Elsewhere, mandatory replacement of internal combustion vehicles by electric ones is pursued at the same time as restriction of electric power generation. And is a time when inflation is exploding living costs the right moment to flood the country with cheap immigrant labor competition?  Isn’t it tough enough to compete with China? Trying to reconcile the stated goals of U.S. politicians with their actions has become very confusing …

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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2 Responses to GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING WEEK … (Politically Uncorrected)

  1. con says:

    I’m glad to see your back again (old irish saying) 🙂

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