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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

Bits from the weekly smorgasbord: The economy: Department stores, restaurants and malls generally are overbuilt, face drastic shrinkage. (Article) Consumer debt is now $12.7 B (Report) (Predictions, anyone?) The courts: Trump’s judicial appointments seem to respect the Constitution; Democrat Senators … Continue reading

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Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump Are Speaking Their Lines

North Korea has served China/Russia as a pit bull next door threat to South Korea/Japan and therefore to the U.S. as well. It has also served successive U.S. administrations as a convenient excuse for an Asian outpost and a threatening … Continue reading

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WHAT WE DON’T GET ABOUT NORTH KOREA

North Korea is a bratty 12  Year old boy allowed by anti-social parents to play with guns because they like to scare the neighbors. The regime starves its people at gunpoint and is increasingly unsustainable in an age of satellite … Continue reading

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North Korea, Financial Reality and A Few Simple Questions

Given that compassionate Progressives have run U.S. big cites, most states and the Federal government most of the time since the early 1930’s, how is it that: S. median household income is in continued decline? So many more people have … Continue reading

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GLEANINGS FROM THE PASSING SCENE … (Politically Uncorrected)

Selections from the week: A second opinion after medical diagnosis produced a different conclusion 88% of the time, per a Mayo Clinic study. (Report) (Hmnn …) Nicaragua: The government is encouraging expansion of Russian interests in the country. (Report) Pizza … Continue reading

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