Monthly Archive: January 2020

Jan 30

Mexico suffers its first economic contraction in a decade after voting for socialist president

Like most countries, Mexico has a vibrant, hard-working population but is cursed by a massive, intrusive, and expansive government. Now, two years after Mexicans voted for a socialist president, the Mexican people are suffering their first economic contraction in ten years. See here.

Jan 30

The Guardian now bans ads by fossil fuel companies

Less than a year after its editors imposed a rule on its reporters to write hysterically about the climate, the Guardian has announced a ban on advertising by fossil fuel companies. The pro-government extremist publication masquerading as a newspaper issued a “style guide” to all of its “journalists” last year, requiring that they use the …

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Jan 30

Postal worker rents storage unit to store mail he stole

The U.S. Postal Service loses over $5 billion annually despite having a monopoly, owning some of the world’s most prestigious real estate, and paying no income, property, or corporate tax. Every inspection of a Postal facility has found undelivered mail hidden in trash bins or corners. USPS employees are paid more than twice what private …

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Jan 29

Ten Years after Venezuela stole the assets of major oil companies, its socialist government now begs for privatization

Just 25 years ago, Venezuela was the richest and healthiest country in all of Latin America. Then Venezuelans voted for socialism. As government trusters cheered worldwide, the Venezuelan government began expelling private businesses, stealing their assets and shutting down freedom of press. the property and development projects of Exxon, Conoco and other oil companies were …

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Jan 27

Sales of electric vehicles plummeted in 2019 despite immense government coercion and pressure

2019 saw FORTY-FIVE (45) new models of electric vehicles hitting the global markets. Automakers like Hundai, Audi, and Jaguar are literally betting their futures on such vehicle sales, spending hundreds of millions of dollars to design, manufacture and promote the electric vehicles. A number of governments in Europe have actually passed laws BANNING fossil-fuel-powered cars …

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Jan 27

Government university now tracks all student movements electronically

Everyone who sets foot on a modern government college campus becomes immediately less free, and usually much poorer. All government (and government-supported “private”) universities spew a ceaseless stream of pro-government propaganda, socialist ideology, and pseudoscience that exalts the state. Many government colleges have “free speech zones” to coral the few dissenting voices allowed on campuses. …

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Jan 04

Socialist Illinois has been losing population for six consecutive years

It was once the freest and most productive place in America. Innovators like John Deere, Caterpillar, State Farm, and Sears rose from the grain fields and rail yards of Illinois to become major players in world industry. But years of socialist politics have taken their toll on the Land of Lincoln. The high-tax state has …

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Jan 04

U.S. Postal Service has unfunded pension liabilities of almost $50 billion

The U.S. Postal Service loses $5 to $7 billion annually. It pays its workers too much; and thousands of people apply for every opening. Managers of the pension program for the USPS’s millionaire retirees have not been contributing much to the pension fund over the past 20 years, due to the horrendous fiscal condition of …

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Jan 02

Are government scientists hiding recent coral data in order to promote climate hysteria?

Dr. Peter Ridd is the world’s foremost authority on the Great Coral Reef and the effect of climate on corals. Dr. Ridd’s research found that Pacific coral reefs are healthy and thriving. Unfortunately for Professor Ridd, this conclusion conflicts with the official government position (expressed in government documents such as UN IPCC reports) that the …

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