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Friday, February 24, 2023

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Fixing Education in America is Job One

De Omnibus Dubitandum

By Rich Kozlovich 


Today's posts lay a large claim too the idea we're living in a post Constitution era, called the Cloward and Piven Era, and absolutely demonstrates the destructive priorities of America's "leaders", but:

"Overall, that's been the plan all along.  Proven effective over decades, Cloward-Piven remains the strategy "multicultural elites are using to fundamentally transform America. Nothing good can come of it.  It's rotten to the core."

We know, absolutely know, these vaccines aren't vaccines and the damage they're doing is dramatic, and will get worse as time passes.  Yet government officials, scientists and medical researchers and practitioners are still pushing them. Some states have banned them or are debating it.

We know electric vehicles are not only a practical disaster, they're an environmental disaster, and we also know using alternative energy is a failure, yet we see these communist leaders in the Democrat and Republican parties are demanding we go green, abandon what works and embrace insanity.    

Insanity you say?  Well, if something doesn't work over and over again and we keep trying it, that's insanity. Going green is irrational, misanthropic and morally defective. That's history and that history is incontestable.

Which brings be to DEI, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.  What DEI really stands for is Dementia, Extremism and Insanity.  These schemes are failing our children's education, our military, our industry and our government, and they keep driving down that road like a insane drunk.  I could say DEI stands for Division, Exclusion and In-fighting, because what it does is destroy America creating Balkanism via tribalism.  No society can progress and be stable when suffering from tribalism, and that's their goal.

We're facing an existential crisis in America, and we're going broke.  The national debt is insane, and the media, Congress, the administration, are all wanting to raise the debt limit again, claiming a disaster of monumental proportions will befall the nation otherwise, so the Republicans must compromise.  No, the Democrats have to agree to cut spending, massively!!!!.  

The federal government has assets so massive one has to be astounded, and this was in 2013.

The Institute for Energy Research estimated the worth of the government’s oil and gas technically recoverable resources to the economy to be $128 trillion, about 8 times our national debt.Further, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimated that state and national coffers could generate almost $150 billion over a 10 year period from royalties, rents, and bonuses if these resources were immediately opened to oil and gas leasing. 

The CBO study estimates are considered to be conservative when compared to historical data and estimates by other analysts and do not consider the earnings from taxes paid by these industries. IER estimated the government’s coal resources in the lower 48 states to be worth $22.5 trillion for a total worth to the economy of fossil fuels on federal lands of $150.5 trillion, over 9 times our national debt.

Most of the coal resources in Alaska are deemed to be federally owned and are estimated to be 60 percent higher than those in the entire lower 48 states but are not included in these estimates. 

If they have the guts they can refuse to increase the debt limit, and they can demand the federal government liquidate some it's 150 trillion in assets.  With that money they could pay back the money they've taken from Social Security to fund social programs, fund Medicare and easily pay off the national debt. Otherwise, the national debt is the Sisyphean boulder that will keep rolling down the hill, eventually crushing all in its path.  All it takes to fix this is guts!

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