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Something To Think About - 6/19/24

Aldous Huxley wrote: "The victim of mind-manipulation does not know that he is a victim. To him, the walls of his prison are invisible, and he believes himself to be free."

Something To Think About - 6/18/24

We’re confused. Donald Trump signed an Executive Order banning Tik Tok in 2020. That order was overturned by the courts. Joe Biden recently signed a bipartisan law requiring the sale of Tik Tok by its Chinese owner in six months or it will be banned in the U.S. Both actions were taken because of fears that the Chinese government is using it for data mining purposes with ill intent. So, then, why do both the Biden and Trump campaigns continue to use Tik Tok? It’s puzzling.

Something To Think About - 6/17/24

“You don’t want to continue to do one thing and only one thing.” Says actress Lucy Liu. “You want to keep challenging yourself and if you do well at it, great, if you fall on your face, you tried.”

Something To Think About - 6/11/24

Joe Biden's recent claim that inflation was over 9% when he took office is simply not true. It was 1.4% the day he took office and then soared to over 9% and under the administration's green policy electricity prices since January 2021 have soared 29.4% about 50% percent more than overall inflation. And the average price of gasoline nationally was less than $2.50. In May it was $3.61 and in California it was a whopping $5.27/gallon.

Something To Think About - 6/10/24

It's been said we can do nothing in the past, we can do nothing in the future, we have only the immediate now. Now is the time to make it count.

Something To Think About - 6/4/24

Franklin Rosevelt's political advisor Harry Hopkins summed up his party's reason for being, he said, "We will spend and spend and tax and tax and elect and elect." And the result today? We'd say that Biden hit the mark with the resulting massive deficits enhanced by the Covid pandemic and subsequent spending and now his desire to eliminate the tax cuts of four years ago when he claimed that he wanted to be "Today's version of FDR."
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