The net-zero Dark Ages: Democrats’ war on the poor

The Dark Ages were accompanied by darkness (obviously), cold, poverty, starvation, plague and depredation. The world became smaller and feudal. Infrastructure collapsed. Everyone suffered, but especially the poor. It’s pretty much what the Democrats are doing to America today.
Let’s start with the “Dark New Deal.”

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We need a reset with the midterms — and then Biden’s impeachment

The upcoming midterm elections could represent the most complex political calculus in history. The question is whether a potential Republican majority in the House and Senate, combined with a bloc of pragmatic Democratic senators, might decide to impeach President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. Doing so could be the one key to reducing the polarization of American politics and salvaging American civil society.

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Ukraine highlights the dangerous strategic ‘maps’ of Russia and China

The Russian invasion of Ukraine places a range of geopolitical strategies and future “maps” into stark relief. It brings into focus the long-range strategies and goals of America’s principal rivals, and makes it more clear than ever that America has no strategic nor long-range global vision.

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Ukraine crisis: Unexpected weapon against woke politics

When Russian President Vladimir Putin blasted his way into Ukraine, he thought he was simply reassembling the great Russian Empire. What he actually did was reverse the global tide toward authoritarianism under the banner of woke politics.

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Biden’s disastrous State of Disunion address

The stage was set and the world was watching. Moscow, Beijing, Tehran, Riyadh, Tokyo, Tel Aviv, Seoul, Pyongyang, and every European capital was listening to his words, assessing his gestures, noticing every slurred phrase, and making critical policy decisions. President Biden’s first State of the Union address was one of the most important speeches given by a world leader in decades. Much of the world fears that Russia’s attack on Ukraine may be the beginning of World War III, and could lead to nuclear confrontation. They were looking for a strong expression of principles and a clear vision for the future of the world, and especially for freedom, democracy and the rule of international law.

The speech ended leaving much of the world discouraged.

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A new threat to US nuclear missile and space warfare warning systems

President Biden recently outlined his economic strategy, highlighting his commitment to “Made in America.” Oddly, at exactly the same moment, the State and Defense Departments were endangering U.S. security by preparing to spend up to $4 billion to outsource part of America’s nuclear and space attack warning systems to foreign sources – American companies are not even allowed to bid. In short, providing jobs, on a critical national security program, to foreign countries, with U.S. taxpayer money. It raises so many questions about whether this White House knows what its State and Defense Departments are doing.

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Ukraine crisis should end rapid US decarbonization

The Ukraine crisis has exposed NATO weakness and Russian disdain for the Biden administration. But, most importantly, it signals the beginning of the end of the precipitous decarbonization policies promoted by the White House and many states.

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The dangerous erosion of Democratic Party foundations

As President Biden steers America toward possible global shooting wars with the Chinese and the Russians, tries to incite a second civil war here at home, and drives full steam into American economic collapse and energy shortages, he — with help from progressive Democrats and most mainstream media — is watching the broad-based center of the Democratic Party bleed away.

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The Cassandra forecast: Biden’s 2022 global war

December has arrived and it’s time to forecast 2022. I’ll start the ball rolling by framing the most gloomy scenario: 2022 could mark the end of the world, via global war and nuclear exchanges.

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No time for the timid: The dual threats of progressives and Trump

It’s often said that Barack Obama’s principal legacy was Donald Trump. Soon, Joe Biden’s main legacy also may be Trump. In both cases, Trump could be seen as a broad-based, middle-class populist reaction to massive overreach by progressives, their powerful supporters in the media and tech communities, and a firmly entrenched, permanent bureaucracy.

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