I suspect most Americans are not well informed about continuity of government plans that are already in place. This Newsweek piece serves an educational purpose in that context.
Still, I can’t help noting an ambiguity. That is, the existing plans as described in the article could, conceivably, be implemented without public announcement. Martial Law could be in effect without anybody noticing.
I doubt such a wild improbability has occurred, but you never know. Have fun.
Source: MSNBC News.
Sad news. I first became aware of Pacepa during the early Obama administration. His work and commentary profoundly changed my thinking in a lot of different areas. For example, I had never credited the McCarthy era as having even the slightest of redeemable virtues, but Pacepa convinced me that the threat of Soviet influence in America was both real and deep, even if McCarthy’s machinations and demagoguery were not.
Source: American Institute for Economic Research.
The writer makes a useful point about the nature of “renewable” resources. They can be more finite than “non-renewables.”
Continue reading “The Difference Between Copper and Cucumbers”
The Senate voted to acquit former President Trump of impeachable offenses yesterday. It is a good thing.
Continue reading “The Acquittal”
Source: The American Conservative.
This excellent book review captures a number of themes that motivate me to post in this forum. Not that my motives are particularly important in any way, but the writer does a better job of describing them than I could, which I find pleasant.
As Scott Adams (of Dilbert fame) likes to point out, accusing others of hypocrisy is one of the stupidest, least persuasive things a person can do.
Continue reading “H – Y – P -O … (You know the rest)”
Link to PDF.
Sund’s letter clarifies a number of issues related to the Capitol riot. Two main items are of relevance to the impeachment trial:
Continue reading “Letter to Nancy Pelosi from Former Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund Concerning Jan. 6”