By Rich Kozlovich
The world as I see it is in serious difficulty. There's so much going on geopolitically that presents unknown negative potentials it's hard to keep up with it, and truthfully, I can't. This Russo/Ukrainian War has changed the focus to other parts of the world only those who pay attention of geopolitics even know exist, like the Nagorno-Karabakh region, and mostly, it wasn't all that necessary, until now. But now those areas are actors in the play in that theater, and it's getting more complicated for Russia, Europe, Central Asia,....and China.... daily, and much of it surrounds to economic factors. Energy and agriculture, with massive flooding in Pakistan, with those claiming Pakistan has become a big lake, and a prolonged drought in China. Food production is going to become an issue.
Domestically we're facing a crisis of identity, tyranny and economics. Where will it end up? My friend Dr. Jay Lehr is the eternal optimist and believes all will be fine because Americans can fix just about anything. My concern is what America will consider the "fix" should be, and due to the leftist contamination of our education system from kindergarten to advanced education, I have concerns people will believe the fix isn't anything that resembles conservatism or capitalism. All of which makes me a pessimistic optimist. I hope for the best but worry the worst is coming, because people will always be people, and people are like nations, they'll act in their own best interests....and the leftist media will tell them what that is.
One more thing. Biden has a 39% approval rating. Does anyone really believe that?
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