The now cliche bit of “wisdom” coined by Winston Churchill near the end of World War II and revived by Rahm Emanuel is “never waste a good crisis.” They are great for the ruling class because they use crises to move radical political and social agendas, and they use them to divert attention from their … Continue reading Here are Five Thing You Absolutely Don’t Have to Worry About
Here are the five top things to worry about this week if you are concerned with the continued existence of humanity. America’s Political Crisis. America’s political crisis began during the 2016 Presidential campaign and has since morphed into a variety of troubling aspects that threaten the whole world. The three most important right now are … Continue reading Five Existential Threats to Humanity to Worry About This Week
I am still faced with the heart-wrenching dilemma of getting the suspension of my Twitter account lifted without compromising my support for free speech and my opinion that the suspension is nonsense. The easy path is to just delete the tweet, but in doing so I tacitly admit to violating their rules. I didn’t violate … Continue reading Back in Twitter Jail-Second Appeal
A very interesting and thought-provoking book by Russian historian Stephen Cohen. It provides a clear analysis of US and NATO policy toward Russia since the fall of the Soviet empire. It also offers an answer to the important question of why we are now and have been sitting on the brink of World War III … Continue reading A Brief Review of Stephen Cohen’s “War With Russia?”
Twitter denied my appeal. Looks like I stay in Twitter jail indefinitely unless I buy into their reality by deleting my tweet. Here is the communication I received: Thank you for your patience as we reviewed your appeal request for account @SteveAshby, regarding the following: Our support team has determined that a violation did take … Continue reading Twitter Appeal Denied
Twitter suspended me again. I stuck my nose into a discussion of Richard Levine, the “trans” assistant secretary of health who was ludicrously selected as “Woman of the Year”, by USA Today. My tweet simply said, “Levine is a man. It is an objective, verifiable fact.” They suspended me for 12 hours and then offered … Continue reading Back in Twitter Jail
I have been poking around in a lot of COVID data and “information” for the last week or so, trying to satisfy my confirmation bias that Oregon has botched its COVID response. In my interweb wanderings, I came across a video produced by the Canadian Covid Care Alliance in which they analyze Pfizer’s Original Trial … Continue reading More Harm Than Good?
It is said that hindsight is twenty-twenty and that it is easy to be an armchair quarterback. Both are true, but I am going to unabashedly engage in both for a bit. Back in January/February 2020, I, like a lot of people began following the news about the Wuhan/COVID-19 virus as the pandemic blossomed in … Continue reading Oregon Botched Its Covid Response, Part 1
The War of Art, by Steven Pressfield, is thoughtful, enlightening, and inspiring. Reading it was like sitting down with a trusted friend or mentor and listening as they dissect the barriers to what you want in life and then offer good advice to move forward. There are a couple of books out there that writers … Continue reading Review– The War of Art, by Steven Pressfield
Here is the game that Democrats may be playing with the audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County. Let’s suppose that you run Maricopa County elections, and you know that election fraud occurred. You also know that if forensic auditors get unfettered access to election documentation, they will expose the scam. What is your … Continue reading Playing Games in the Maricopa County Election Audit
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