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Why Some Americans Love Government Lockdowns

There’s mounting evidence the American character is being destroyed by an infected mind. While some Americans have been rightly irate by the government’s lockdown orders, there are others that love it. They love forced hunkering. Moreover, they love the prospect of free money. Continue reading

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Is the Panic Worse than the Virus?

The Great Panic of 2020 is already one for the history books.  Yet the damage has only just begun.  We suspect the stock market crash, economic destruction, and forfeiture of freedoms will persist long after the coronavirus hobgoblin has been put to bed. Continue reading

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A Walk on the Wild Side

“Never play cards with a man called Doc.  Never eat at a place called Mom’s.  Never sleep with a woman whose troubles are worse than your own.” – Nelson Algren, A Walk on the Wild Side Fresh Fruit or Rotting … Continue reading

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Meet Your New Stimulus Allocation Czar

The march towards midnight is both stirring and foreboding.  Like a death row inmate sitting down to savor his last meal, a grim excitement greets the reality of impending doom.  Thoughts of imminent mortality haunt each bite. As far as … Continue reading

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