Why they lose: the Left tells us that Trump is like Hitler

Summary: The Left responds to the populist resurgence with contempt and derision, ignoring the overlap in their goals. It's why they lose. The specifics of their accusations are often daft, such as the warnings that Trump is like Hitler. This demonstrates how why they've lost influence. Are they serious, or are these remnants of the … Continue reading Why they lose: the Left tells us that Trump is like Hitler

David Stockman explains “Why The Bulls Will Get Slaughtered”

Summary: Americans are so often ignorant because we learn from clickbait, as seen in this exciting but misleading article by David Stockman about yesterday's jobs. When we decide to get information from boring but reliable sources we will have taken a big step to again governing America.  {2nd of  2 posts today.}   Clickbait rule … Continue reading David Stockman explains “Why The Bulls Will Get Slaughtered”

About America’s biological attack on the Ukraine army

Summary: This month's hot undernews concerns the small epidemic in Ukraine, said to be caused by release of the California Flu from a US research lab. Here we do the usual diagnostic, tracing the story from its origin as propaganda by rebels to its appearance as exciting news on popular websites. How many people have … Continue reading About America’s biological attack on the Ukraine army

Does the unrest in Saudi Arabia mean their government is tottering?

Summary: The Saudi Princes rule one of the nations key to the current geopolitical order. Recent news stories suggest it is tottering, such as the execution of a reformist Shiite cleric. A close look at authoritative sources gives the answer, one that also illuminates other questions about current events. "Saudi execution of Shia cleric sparks … Continue reading Does the unrest in Saudi Arabia mean their government is tottering?

We’re sending more kids to college, but does the economy create good jobs for them?

I will perform an unusual magic trick for you using the employment report. Rather than transforming something mundane (a bird, a hat, cards) into something spectacular, I will transform the spectacular October employment numbers (now sparking a thousand excited articles) into something mundane. The lessons learned from this will save you time in the future. … Continue reading We’re sending more kids to college, but does the economy create good jobs for them?