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Wednesday, January 1, 2020

2020: Either Socialism or the Founders

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Many Americans have heard the rapturous music here; it’s been used in a bunch of movies, like the Coen Bros.' Hudsucker Proxy. Here we have the source of that wonderful music, Khachaturian’s ballet Spartacus. The ballerina is Anna Nikulina. There’s a moment at the 5:55 point where she shows her uncommon strength, and the audience erupts in appreciation. What a gorgeous dancer; what a woman:


Tuesday, January 1, 2019

2019: Divided Government for a Divided America

December 9, 2019 is the date of the last update. Read my articles:

David Horowitz reminds us of our founding
Correcting Voters’ Mistakes
Property, Obamacare, and Liz Warren's Wealth Tax
When Does Serial Lying Become Disqualifying, Liz?
Warren's Money Grab: A Tax on Net Worth
The ‘Moderates’ in the Democrat Field
The Limitations of Economics
Does Sovereign Debt Matter?
Bailouts for Pensions -- ‘Through No Fault of Their Own’
Trump’s ‘Accidental’ Win on the Citizenship Question
Counting Foreigners in the U.S. Census
The Senseless Census: A Solution
How to Twist Numbers on the Economy
Congress Is Dysfunctional, So Send in the Cavalry
Roy Moore and What Political Parties Should Be
Big Money for Big Government: the MMT Debate Continues
Windmills versus nuclear energy
Variations on a Speech for the Ages
How Congress ‘Extends the Life’ of Social Security
Would Stronger Parties Produce Better Candidates?
Preparing for 2020 in Our So-called ‘Democracy’
A Powerful Film Defies the History Books
Transfer Payments and Touching the ‘Third Rail’
Truth or Lie: Social Security Doesn’t Add to the Debt
The Hijacking of a Presidential Election
After Lehman's Collapse: A Decade of Delay
Democrats Now Share Responsibility for the 2019 Deficit

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Waltraud Meier is one classy gal. And she can sing, too. Here she sings the “Liebestod” from Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde: