Tag Archives: corruption
Science loses. In a good article over at Forbes the issue of corruption makes the author ask what will come of science in the future. My guess is nobody will trust scientists anymore. Will the overselling of climate change lead … Continue reading
So banks are making, and manipulating, a market for ethanol. Seems like the same plan they had for carbon credits. It is always about the money.
We heard the “climate change” scam was all about forcing world economies to filter their energy activities through an exchange market. A market owned and controlled by governments, banks and rich people like Soros. It was all set to go, … Continue reading
When they study the end of our Republic, many of will point to the inevitable draw of public corruption that brought all side of our three branches of government into the same conspiracy. All they wanted was to be in … Continue reading
They aren’t bad guys in the traditional “Sopranos” sense. But what they are is power corrupted. They are in positions where they wield power and authority without any real accountability and that tends to make people of weak will grow … Continue reading
Mark Steyn and the National Review spend time pointing out what the guy in Ohio already knew: The government is out of control.
Look, it’s simple. Infiltrate over a number of years an organization with a bunch of like minded folks and you are going to get a beast, that with the power it holds, will guarantee its own survival. Put in people … Continue reading
Maddening. I like Rubio and he is trying to find some kind of functional middle ground to deal with obvious fact we have been invaded. Here’s the rub. We’ve been dealing with this problem for a hundred years or longer. … Continue reading
Boy, this will make great copy if it gets to trial. It appears Sidwell, the school of the elites in Washington D.C., has just as many screwed up leftie “If it feels good do it” morons as we see anywhere … Continue reading
Can bureaucrats and others ever be held to justice? It took a while, but in Atlanta the answer is yes.
This story is horrible, but it does explain the “white flight” so many professional blacks complained about as they took over Atlanta and its bureaucracies. Nobody likes watching others take advantage of the built in immunities given them by race. … Continue reading