Tag: Department of Agriculture

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“They were never going to let me be president.” This was 2016 Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton’s delusional reaction to the less her awful, dishonest, and-yet-entitled campaign falling short of the mark. Clinton was absolutely sure she would win. In no small part because the media – Clinton’s combo steno pool and cheerleading team – promised…

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Those of us who didn’t succumb to government schools – know of the horrendous days of Democrat President Franklin Delano Roosevelt and his hyperactive, spastic, shotgun-style approach to government. Completely clueless on how to address the Great Depression, Roosevelt’s administration chose to spasmodically fire government money in nigh every direction. Hoping to spray enough bureaucratic…

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Still at top of mind for many is last week’s Facebook Edition of Congressional Oversight Theatre. Where our elected officials pretend to do something about something – by holding hearings. During which they look and sound very outraged at the latest outrage. They create soundbites and press releases they can send back home – to…

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Washington, D.C. purports to be the capitol not just of America – but of the entirety of the free world. A self-aggrandizement belied by the type of alleged policy makers that mostly populate the place. Oh – and they are alleged policy makers: Congress Is Mostly Done Legislating for the Year This article was published…on…

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The Internet is a twenty-year-and-counting free speech-free market Xanadu. The free market part has been amazing. United States Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have invested more than $1 trillion building the connective tissue – the infrastructure that inter-Webs us all. And the result has been us going from “What’s the Internet?” – to the Internet being…

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It is the world’s worst kept secret that most massive companies of the Silicon Valley – and the broader Tech World – loathe conservatives and conservatism. Google (Market Cap: $799 billion), Amazon (Market Cap: $770 billion) Facebook (Market Cap: $535 billion) and Twitter (Market Cap: $27 billion) are but four monstrous entities of the many…