Feb 252018

What kind of Secretary of State or in the case of Condi Rice ex-secretary of state doesn’t grasp this freedom stuff? Condi said:  “I don’t understand why civilians need to have access to military weapons.”

She should have studied the founding of America better and she would find out that not only should civilians have guns, they should have arms. 

Rice argued there should be “a conversation about what the right to bear arms means in the modern world.” She added, ” I don’t understand why civilians need to have access to military weapons.” She doesn’t trust people and her attitude and statements prove she doesn’t.

Rice said men around her carrying firearms for protection when she was growing up in Birmingham was: “a pure version of the 2nd Amendment, as a matter of fact, the right to bear arms.” She continued, “…I think it is time for us to have a conversation about what the right to bear arms means in the modern world. I don’t understand why civilians need to have access to military weapons. We wouldn’t say you can go out and buy a tank. So, I do think we need to have that conversation. But I believe that the rights that we have in the Constitution are indivisible. We can’t throw away the 2nd Amendment and keep the 1st.”

Rice also discussed allowing teachers to carry guns. She stated she would not be armed as a teacher. Rice continued, “I don’t really like the idea, frankly, of a gun in my classroom. I think that we need to have law enforcement protect us. Look, if people need to train people to protect our schools, and perhaps even communities want to consider whether or not they need guards to protect the schools, it’s a sad thing to think that we might, then that’s something that we should look at. But I don’t think that just arming people in the classroom is going to be the answer.”

It would have been the answer in the case of Parkland High School.

Feb 252018

On his first trip abroad, President Trump visited the historic homes of three great world religions, meeting with leaders of more than 50 Muslim majority nations in Saudi Arabia, reassuring America’s key ally in Israel, and meeting with the Pope in the Holy See.
President Trump traveled to Europe where he revitalized the NATO alliance and attended meetings of the G-7 and G-20.
In November, President Trump conducted the longest trip to Asia by an American president in 25 years where he rallied Asian nations to maximize pressure on North Korea, outlined his vision for a free and open Indo-Pacific region, and advanced fair and reciprocal trade.
President Trump exhorted Muslim nations to fight extremism in Riyadh, stood up for Western values in Warsaw, faced down the North Korean threat in Seoul, and delivered a clear vision of nation-state sovereignty and principled realism at the United Nations.

Feb 252018

Why buy the cow when you can get the milk? Why import the workers when they are happy to sell you their cars, light bulbs and milk at the low prices in their countries? It’s capitalism at it’s finest. Buy from the low cost producer.
Why build a car factory when a car made somewhere else will be cheaper than the one you build in your new factory? Os the math too much for you?
What about the jobs in your new factory? Those worker bees are more ecucated than the people in the low cost countries. that’s what the teachers have been telling us for 100 years so it’s about time we take advantage of all that knowledge right here.

Feb 252018

Neither money nor study can change IQ. Asians have the highest IQ’s but they cannot raise it. Sad, perhaps but that’s the way of the truth.

OTOH, education can improve knowledge. Education can make a capable student a physicist, a medical doctor or an engineer. It cannot do that unless the student is sufficiently intelligent. That’s determined by an IQ test which despite all of the efforts of the chirping class, is an accurate way to identify the intelligence of the test taker. Leftist Socialist Programs cannot and have not changed the IQ of the individuals or of the different races and cultures that have been tested. Asians are smarter than white people who are smarter than Hispanics who are very much smarter than black people. Countless studies have been done and countless books written that certify and verify those ideas.
Is it racist to recognize the attributes of the carious races? Jazz which is rather complicated to explain and perform was invented in America. To ignore that is to ignore one of the best achievements of Black people. Brainiacs on the other hand are heavily concentrated in Asia.
When dealing with race it’s important to grasp that an individual cannot and must not be judged superficially or on the basis of one or several attributes. IQ’s vary over a considerable range. You may be dealing with a lousy brainiac or a delightful idiot. Be careful you don’t insult someone because of a racial stereotype that’s wrong, wrong, wrong in their case. Perennial problems come in two flavors, those that we can’t solve and those that we won’t solve. For example the war on Afghanistan could be sort of be ended simply by bringing the troops home. We just choose not to do it.

I can think of no way to solve the country’s racial disaster. Can you?

And if you can’t, won’t or don’t really love and respect people you most likely must not judge them lest you be wrong.