The Political Strategy Of Wishing It Away…

I guess #CO3 (Current Oval Office occupant) thinks he can eliminate the virus by just wishing it away, or at least surrounding himself with people who won’t remind him that it happened on his watch. 180,000+ people have died of the virus in this country. That’s 60 times the people who died on 911! He hopes we will ignore that fact as long as he has people around him who agree with him. Enter Scott Atlas… Doctor ( I use the term loosely) Scott Atlas now is the face of his presidency for this pandemic. Dr. Fauci just didn’t say … Continue reading The Political Strategy Of Wishing It Away…

Tax Reform – Unearned Income

Anyone who has been around RJsCorner for very long knows what I think about unearned income. It is outrageous that money received that was not earned is often taxed at a lower rate than the money you earn be the sweat of your brow. To me, that is most fundamentally flawed part of our tax structure and needs to change. The vast majority of unearned income comes from inheritance taxes. Passing wealth from one generation to another is what is primarily responsible for our American Aristocracy and the resulting inequality. I know that the Republican Party, or at least what … Continue reading Tax Reform – Unearned Income

When He Loses…

I won’t accept the word “if” in the graphic above as what happens to the GOP would be the least of our problems if he is not defeated. To see him re-elected would mean that we are no longer a country of responsible citizens who take our right to vote serious enough. It would mean that we are certainly destined for going down on the ash heap of history as just another of many failed democracies. I simply will not accept that. So now, what will happen to the GOP after he loses? Can they somehow justify their backing or … Continue reading When He Loses…

About Wikipedia…

I too often take one of my most valuable blogging resources for granted. So I thank them for periodically bringing that fact to my attention. That happened just now as I was preparing a post. A screen came up thanking me for my past contributions and asking if I might make another. I still remember those days in 1970 where I as a recent college graduate started collecting my first twenty-four volume encyclopedia. Maybe that in itself deserves note here. In those days it was not unusual for supermarkets to have things that you could collect on a weekly basis. … Continue reading About Wikipedia…