"All wars are started with lies. If a ruler who wanted to start a war told his people the true reasons for that war the people would refuse to go along." -- Michael Rivero

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In China, electric vehicles have been assigned to vast graveyards of unsold vehicles. While ride-share services bought the vehicles at subsidised prices, private buyers are not so keen.  So last year China began dumping its electric vehicles in Europe, where they are filling up the ports at Rotterdam and Antwerp.

The US also has unsold stocks of electric cars.  And in Britain, the momentum for electric vehicles has slowed.

The great electric revolution that was promised just three years ago is already failing – and it will bring the car manufacturers down with it.

Americans scouting sales online and in stores may find more reasons to celebrate the return of warmer weather. Major retailers are stepping up discounts heading into the summer months, hoping to entice inflation-weary shoppers into opening their wallets.

Central banks’ monetary policies are the most perverse government intervention. Their consequences are dire, last for a very long time, and people don’t perceive them as problems or don’t comprehend the damage they are doing. Monetary policy (monetary expansion and artificially low interest rates) has five main consequences that harm overall living standards.


If your family was on the verge of starving to death, to what extremes would you be willing to go in order to get food?  Some of the things that I am going to share with you in this article may make you cringe.  But you need to understand what people are willing to do when they get extremely desperate and extremely hungry, because the global food crisis that has already begun is going to greatly intensify in the years ahead.  Hundreds of millions of people go to bed hungry every single night, and children are literally dropping dead from starvation on the other side of

President Biden recently raised taxes on American consumers and businesses and may have hastened the end of the dollar’s world reserve currency status. President Biden did this by increasing tariffs on Chinese imports.

Naomi describes the citizens’ loss of their park to growing ranks of homeless persons attracted to the idyllic town by its provisions for and welcome to homeless, the supply of which overwhelmed the stupid town.

It’s been a long time since we’ve heard from Biden’s Secretary of Transportation, Pete Buttigieg. Perhaps he’s been on more vacations? Buttigieg helped drag down the administration by being MIA on several critical occasions, such as a train derailment in East Palestine, several airline shutdowns, and the possible rail workers’ strike.

Now, he might be coming out and speaking to the press in an attempt to prop up Biden’s campaign. He was on CBS to discuss Biden’s “green” plan.

The “democracy vs. autocracy”  framework will bring us to no good end—serving only as a pretext for intervention against both friend and foe alike.

James W. Carden 

May 24, 2024 12:05 AM

Falsity defines our politics.

In 1961, the scholar and diplomat George F. Kennan observed that