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Something To Think About - 5/27/21

Why has the Biden administration chosen to target Alaska’s highly regulated energy industry on a recent Zoom call with world leaders? Alaska’s oil and gas producers don’t flare their gas—they pump it back into the ground. State-of-the-art horizontal-drilling technology limits their development footprint. And caribou herds are larger now than they were when exploration in Prudhoe Bay began.

Something To Think About - 5/25/21

With the idea of expanding the Supreme Court being floated by the Democrats, it’s important to remember that the role of the Supreme Court is to objectively and without bias decide cases based upon what the Constitution says. This may or may not reflect current societal trends that are continually subject to change and therefore should not be the basis for judicial decisions.

Something To Think About - 5/24/21

Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins who passed away month pronounced his own epitaph: “We survived hazardous careers and we were successful in them. But in my own case at least, it was 10% shrewd planning and 90% blind luck. Put LUCKY on my tombstone.”

Something To Think About - 5/21/21

As photographer Diane Arbus notes, “The thing that’s important to know is that you never know.” You’re always sort of feeling your way.”

Something To Think About - 5/20/21

“I can’t tell you how to get rich quickly,” the Hungarian stockbroker trader Andre’ Kostolany liked to say. “I can only tell you how to get poor quickly: By trying to get rich quickly.”

Something To Think About - 5/18/21

The $1.8 trillion American Families Plan introduced in broad strokes last week is more accurately called the plan to make the middle class dependent on government from cradle to grave. The goal is to expand the entitlement state to make Americans rely on government and the political class for everything they don’t already provide.

Something To Think About - 5/11/21

Pres. Biden has created a commission on the Supreme Court ostensibly in the name of reform, otherwise known as packing the court. FDR tried it in 1934 and fortunately he didn't get far. Scotus is the one impartial presumably non-partisan branch of our government has it recently approved following the November election when it declined it to intervene finding no proof of widespread voter fraud despite six of the justices haven't been appointed by Republicans. Even Clinton appointee Steven Briar has stated that adding justices would "further erode" the public trust and it' political independence.

Something To Think About - 5/6/21

Major League Baseball pulled the Major League All-Star game from Atlanta in protest of its new voter legislation although in many ways it's still easier to vote in Georgia than in New York and Delaware. We wonder if that means they will stop trying to play exhibition games in China in protest over that countries of dismal human rights?

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