Biden’s Labor Union

Joe Biden recently held a townhall meeting in Cincinnati, Ohio where he took the opportunity to remind John Lanni, local restaurateur, how thankful he should be to the government for saving his business and that he should offer higher wages to get re- staffed.  This exchange outright states the White House’s desire to negotiate wage … Continue reading Biden’s Labor Union

The Final Tax Haven

The private space race really accelerated recently as two of the world’s wealthiest men test drove their spaceships for the first time.  Jeff Bezos followed quickly behind Richard Branson by briefly leaving the planet, boldly affirming the quality of their respective pet projects.  The third of this group, Elon Musk, has disclosed he has secured … Continue reading The Final Tax Haven

Brazil’s Women’s Basketball Team Brings New Strategy to Tokyo

In 2016, Brazil’s women’s basketball squad disappointed in their home country going 0-5.  The team finished second to last, only semantically edging out Senegal.  After that showing, the country’s national basketball organization went back to the drawing board.  The Brazilians are bringing an entirely new approach to the upcoming summer games.  The roster is completely … Continue reading Brazil’s Women’s Basketball Team Brings New Strategy to Tokyo

An Argument that Georgia’s Voting Bill is not Suppressive

There are few things that are as sure as death and taxes, but Democrats calling voting bills suppressive is a close second. An age old tradition in politics is that any Republican voting measure is dismissed as suppressing the vote. The suppression seems to only ever occur in African- American communities, no less. Especially in … Continue reading An Argument that Georgia’s Voting Bill is not Suppressive

A Public- Private Partnership for the Cure

We learned this week that we have three different vaccines for the COVID virus in the US.  We also learned that we are supposed to be able to get a vaccine by May.  We have the product and the manufacturing but we still don’t have the infrastructure and delivery process developed.  There seems to be … Continue reading A Public- Private Partnership for the Cure

Longtime High School Head Coach Accused of Inciting Violence, Fired

Jefferson High School took the field against crosstown rival Riverside last October without the guidance of head coach Dan Marshall.  This was the first time in a decade that the Minutemen were not led out of the tunnel by Marshall.  The longtime coach built the program into a powerhouse in the 5A division.  The coach’s … Continue reading Longtime High School Head Coach Accused of Inciting Violence, Fired

Globalism Was Only Halted – Back to the Business of Joining the Borderless Blob

The past five years may have been the last hurdle on the path towards globalism.  Donald Trump won in 2016 by appealing to more nationalist policy and that was a problem for the larger Washington entrenchment that seeks the more universal view.  A vote by Britain to leave European Union slightly before the US election … Continue reading Globalism Was Only Halted – Back to the Business of Joining the Borderless Blob

Americans Will Need to Unsubscribe to Pandemic Policy

We now live in a world where companies make you pay a subscription for everything.  It’s always an amount that’s small enough that you shrug and think it's harmless.  A few bucks a month for Netflix, a couple dollars for Amazon prime and a little bit more to backup your cloud storage.  All the sudden … Continue reading Americans Will Need to Unsubscribe to Pandemic Policy

Can the Cancellation be Reversed?

In the final days of the Trump administration we are witnessing one of the most public and sweeping cancellations of an individual in our country. Donald Trump has seemingly been locked out of any internet or social account that he may have. Banks are distancing themselves from the president and even the PGA is cancelling … Continue reading Can the Cancellation be Reversed?