Voters’ guides should carry a warning: “Just vote no unless you are certain a proposal will benefit you, not a political elite of one kind of another.”
Thank you to Steve Frank, publisher of the California Political News and Views for publishing my adieu to California. Our family has joined the exodus out of a state we once loved.
U.S. workers, many of whom worked to provide us with goods and services at the height of the pandemic, are now being threatened with termination if they refuse to abide by vaccine mandates. Not all are quietly acquiescing.
The correct response to the sunk-cost dilemma is to realistically evaluate the situation. If most variables are not conducive to success, get out – mitigate as best you can, but get out.
On July 20, Senate Bill 2391 was introduced and celebrated as Congress reclaiming the war powers granted to it by the Constitution. The Bill only reforms how Congress can continue to dodge its war power duties.
Thank you to Steve Frank of California Political News and Views for publishing my article on “slow streets.” These streets, closed to vehicular traffic, at present affect only some neighborhoods. How long until they affect all neighborhoods? Marcy Berry JVN Website Editor.
Senator Rand Paul was again in the news pillorying Dr. Anthony Fauci with questions on COVID-19. That is exactly what is needed. The prescribed narratives are losing their credibility.
There are two Generation C. One is the Covid Generation, and the other the Connected Generation. They are different in age and general attributes, but share one crucial trait: trust in the establishment.
President Joe Biden is considering grants to schools that include critical race theory in their curriculum. Some parents are calling CRT “obsession with race.”
Guaranteed income pilot programs, emerging throughout California, are being promoted as remedy for the state’s significant income gap. Taxpayers need to read the fine print.
Science can be pretty fungible. It can evolve fast and it can be manipulated. Old cigarette ads touting the medicinal qualities of tobacco serve as examples.
Some stories never die. Such is the case of IBM’s foray into the personal computer market. Bill Gates was there to help, as well as hinder.
Proposals: the outsized response to Covid-19 be a contribution to April 1; celebrations include not only ordinary individuals, but also Wall Street darlings, public servants, and respected professionals; the day be renamed Useful Fools Day.
Alison Collins, S.F. School Board Vice President, is the latest official caught in today’s endless uproar about race. Petition for her removal is in full swing.
Thank you to Steve Frank, publisher of California Political News & Views, for publishing this article by JVN editor. Our universities have been dispensers of identity-socialism rhetoric for the past half century. The rhetoric is now tricking down to our children’s primary schools.
This recommended article needs to be shared. We as a nation are in the slippery slope of the Cancel Culture. The further down we slide, the harder it will be to claw our way back up once we realize what we have done.
Citizens of Idaho gathered in front of their capitol to burn their masks. For folks that were around in the 1960s, the Idaho event might bring back memories of Freedom Trash Cans and draft-card burning.
Gavin Newsom is behaving like the quintessential elite–someone who creates a self-serving vision and proceed to implement it. The Recall is a reaction to Newsom’s perceived elitism as much as an attempt to put an end to his misguided policies.
The GameStop saga will enter a new phase on February 18, when Congress will start investigating “unethical conduct” by hedge funds. Was there any?
Immigrants have gone from being viewed as the builders of America to being labeled victims of “white supremacy.” Why?
Be careful what you vote for, you might get it. Beethoven must have thought something along those lines when Napoleon declared himself Emperor.
Proponents of The Great Reset view Covid-19 as “a great opportunity” to implement controlled globalization guided by moral governance. Note, “governance” is the term used, not government. By way of reminder, government implies leaders elected by their constituents; while “governance” implies rules implemented by the non-elected.
If you made less than $75,000 in 2019 you will likely get a relief check of $600 soon. If you think no further you will be delighted.
This will be a difficult Holiday Season. So many without jobs. So many fearful. Thus, just maybe listening to “Joy to the World” or wishing family and friends (whom we are forbidden to see) a “Merry Christmas” could feel like cognitive dissonance.
Walter E. Williams, distinguished professor of Economics at George Mason University and advocate of free markets for everyone, died on December 1, 2020. With his passing, a voice raised against the devastation inflicted upon the poor by well-intentioned government policies was lost.
Politicians often belong to elite circles that thrive in the acquisition of power. Their default modus operandi is “For your own safety and the safety of your neighbors, follow my rules.” There is no covenant that the rule maker follow those same rules.