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Unintended Consequences and the Texas ‘Big Freeze’ Energy Disaster
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Unintended Consequences and the Texas ‘Big Freeze’ Energy Disaster
February 24, 2021

Last week Texas experienced a cold snap that resulted in serious statewide damage, death, and destruction. The collapse of the state’s energy grid left millions of Texans in the dark and freezing for days at a time. Tragically, at least 30 people died.

The U.S. Empire Is an Abusive Narcissist
February 22, 2021

Abusive narcissists are just as motivated to acquire allies as they are to acquire victims. They’re often well-liked in the circles they move in, because the clever ones work hard on manipulating the way they are publicly perceived. This is also the case with the US empire.

The U.S. Empire Is an Abusive Narcissist
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The American Century Ends Early
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The American Century Ends Early
February 19, 2021

Centuries after the modern imperial age began, it’s evidently coming to an end in a hell that Joe Biden and crew won’t be able to stop, even if, unlike the previous president, they’re anything but intent on thoroughly despoiling this land.

Tim Kirby, Joaquin Flores – The Strategy Session, Episode 4
February 13, 2021

In the United States, the local farmers, it seems, are being squeezed out of business, or paid not to grow food, while Big Agriculture is more concerned with exporting its supplies than keeping domestic food stocks safe and affordable, Robert Bridge writes. Tim and Joaquin discuss his article.

Tim Kirby, Joaquin Flores – The Strategy Session, Episode 4
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The Strategy Session, Episode 4
February 13, 2021

In the United States, the local farmers, it seems, are being squeezed out of business, or paid not to grow food, while Big Agriculture is more concerned with exporting its supplies than keeping domestic food stocks safe and affordable, Robert Bridge writes. Tim and Joaquin discuss his article.

Electoral Politics Use the Same Containment Strategies as Alzheimer’s Facilities
February 8, 2021

The public will periodically become agitated at the way their wealth and resources are being stolen from them and spent on overseas wars, or the fact that they are deliberately kept poor and busy by a plutocratic system in which the relative wealth of the rich is given more political power by the relative poverty of everyone else, and they are redirected.

Electoral Politics Use the Same Containment Strategies as Alzheimer’s Facilities
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The Snowplow Test
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The Snowplow Test
February 7, 2021

Los Angeles Times columnist Virginia Heffernan, who lives in Brooklyn Heights but who lives somewhere rurally to escape Covid, recently had a dilemma: her Trump-loving neighbors did something nice for her. She doesn’t know what the right thing to do about it is.

Joe Biden’s Two-Front Battle Against Covid and Climate Change May Trigger Severe Food Shortages for U.S. Consumers
February 5, 2021

In the United States, the local farmers, it seems, are being squeezed out of business, or paid not to grow food, while Big Agriculture is more concerned with exporting its supplies than keeping domestic food stocks safe and affordable.

Joe Biden’s Two-Front Battle Against Covid and Climate Change May Trigger Severe Food Shortages for U.S. Consumers
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