On 8 April 1913, the 17th amendment that provided for “direct” election of a U.S. senator was ratified. Some would … More
Georgia’s gubernatorial and US Senate elections gave me insights into the black phony political oligarchy. On the one hand, a … More
I live in Georgia where all political eyes are on the campaigns of Raphael Warnock, the incumbent U.S. senator seeking … More
Stacey Abrams and Brian Kemp should either remain silent on inflation or at, maximum, learn the causes of inflation and share that knowledge with voters. What they are proposing in terms of spending and taxation provides political optics and nothing more.
The narrative has been disingenuous on the part of Mr Biden and on the part of Georgia Democrats. Their lane is a political lane and over 100 years ago, Congress decided that the money vehicle would not be driven in the political lane. Saying that they can do something about inflation while acknowledging the money supply is the responsibility of the Federal Reserve only confuses voters.
Do blacks really need electoral candidates whose mission is to run for office so that they can represent everyone else? Ms Abrams and other members of the black political class may want to design and deploy another political power mechanism that allows them to focus on the electorate that shares their heritage, lineage, and ethnicity while not worrying about offending people who don’t share their history.
The role of government is to act as a transfer agent between taxpayers and bondholders. Government taxes the spread between a taxpayer’s work efforts and what the taxpayer yields from those efforts. Government takes its cut and passes on the rest to its bondholders. As a people manager, government creates narratives to encourage more yield and implements policies to encourage or support actions that create that yield.
I was curious about demand for the U.S. dollar versus the Chinese yuan in terms of the British pound, the … More