Thursday, May 30, 2024

Racism at the Mint?

January 31, 2022 by  
Filed under News, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Other than the commercials that used to come on during daytime TV or Saturday mornings about special edition, commemorative coins for collectors, I never thought much about the United States Mint, the Mint for short. I’m going to venture to say I’m like most people in that regard; the Mint isn’t top of […]

Can Congress Really Use Insider Information to Trade Stocks?

Tweet ( Members of Congress use privileged information to make money on the stock market, while they’re supposed to be working for you. Make no mistake, it’s legalized corruption. There’s no good reason for elected officials to trade individual stocks at all. Unless you have special insider knowledge, buying and selling individual stocks is a terrible way […]

Baseball’s Hall of Fame Has Become a Joke.

January 28, 2022 by  
Filed under Sports, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( “Everyone cheats” is a hell of a lesson for the nation’s kids. When it comes to professional sports it might be true. When everyone is at the top of their game, and there are millions of dollars on the line, everyone will look for an advantage. Some people will cross the line, and […]

Politics; More Than Ever.

January 27, 2022 by  
Filed under News, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( By now you have heard what was forecast as the inevitable – all Senate Republicans and two Senate Democrats believe the Senate Filibuster Rule to be more significant than the right of millions of (actually all) Americans to participate in free and impartial elections. It stands clear that the Republican wall of objection […]

Universal Pre-K — Another Progressive Bad Idea.

January 27, 2022 by  
Filed under Education, Money/Business, News, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( With Democrats’ multitrillion dollar Build Back Better initiative hitting a wall in the U.S. Senate, President Joe Biden has suggested that components of the bill be advanced separately. One of these components is a plan for government funded universal pre-K schooling. It would fund school for some 6 million children ages 3 and […]

Inflation Is Eating Away at the Heart of America’s Small Businesses.

January 26, 2022 by  
Filed under Money/Business, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Of the four restaurants Rick McQuaide owns across several counties in Western Pennsylvania, one is barely making a profit, two are losing money and the fourth has been “temporarily” closed for far longer than he ever anticipated. The 58-year-old small businessman from nearby Cambria County has one word for why he finds himself […]

Why Did Law Enforcement Officers Took Gruesome Pictures of Koby Bryant’s Dead Body.

January 25, 2022 by  
Filed under News, Politics, Sports, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Here we go again with police officers, Deputy Sheriff, US Marshalls, Troopers, Constables that fall in the category of Law Enforcement Officers who are task with the duties of enforcing local, state and federal laws of the country and with the discretion of using the spirit or letter of the law. More so, […]

Black Unity Needed For Serious Black Power.

January 25, 2022 by  
Filed under News, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( In 1992, I included the following two quotes in columns written for the Richmond Free Press, focusing on the critical need for Black organizations and institutions to become unified if they want to more effectively promote and protect the group interests of our people in this country. The first quote stated that “Black […]

Savor the Democrats’ Humiliation.

January 24, 2022 by  
Filed under News, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( There’s no sense in pretending that we don’t take pleasure in the total failure of our Marxist-curious party of the left. Through a combination of outright fraud, procedural irregularities, plus the total support of the garbage establishment and its failed institutions, the Democrats took power by the thinnest of margins and have proceeded […]

Keep an Eye on Hillary Clinton.

January 20, 2022 by  
Filed under News, Politics, Weekly Columns

Tweet ( Last week, while reading The Wall Street Journal, I came across an op-ed piece that for a moment led me to believe that the sober and serious Journal was opening a comics section. Why not? If the Journal executes “the funnies” as competently as it covers serious news, I can see it earning […]

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