Showing posts from July, 2020

The State of American Education (and most of these people vote!)


Standard Education Will Give You Standard Results


Year-end Rallies Weakest When Incumbent Republican Has Lost


MBA Student: My Generation Is Blind to the Prosperity Around Us!

Omar, Sanders and AOC have called for dismantling our economic system and replacing it with Socialism.
This article was written by a 26 yr old college student by the name of Alyssa Ahlgren, who's in grad school for her MBA.

“My Generation Is Blind to the Prosperity Around Us! I'm sitting in a small coffee shop near Nokomis (Florida) trying to think of what to write about. I scroll through my newsfeed on my phone looking at the latest headlines of presidential candidates calling for policies to "fix" the so-called injustices of capitalism. I put my phone down and continue to look around.

I see people talking freely, working on their MacBook's and ordering food they get in an instant, seeing cars go by outside, and it dawned on me; we live in the most privileged time in the most prosperous Nation and we've become completely blind to it.

Vehicles, food, technology, freedom to associate with whom we choose. These things are so ingrained in our American way of life we…

Homeowners Associations: Beware, Be Careful

I have put together a series of resources and videos on Homeowners Associations. I focus on Texas, but these laws and procedures are common in many states. I've tried to be "neutral" and not just focus on the negatives of HOAs, as there are some benefits to these organizations. Most of the videos simply deal with your rights as a homeowner. 
Many states have a state agency that regulates or monitors HOAs. However. Texas does not. 
Here are some other resources that might be useful:
Texas HOA Laws and Resources Can you dissolve an HOA in Texas? Texas State Law Library: Property Owners Associations Texas Property Code: Restrictive Covenants Texas HOA Law: 2019 Legislative Update Texas Property Codes Texas Residential Property Owners Protection Act Test
HOA Litigation in Texas (4:00)
He mentions Right of Redemption in reference to foreclosure: The right of redemption, in the law of real property, is the right of a debtor whose real property has been foreclosed upon and sold to reclaim …

What Makes a Great Leader?


What Biden and the Democrats are supporting

A sampling of policies from the Biden campaign and/or Democratic Party platform (as stated either in writing or by Party members):

End cash bail Abolish death penalty End solitary confinement  Give government healthcare to illegals  Expand welfare for new immigrants  Expand asylum for all new illegals End border detention

End all travel bans, including from jihadist regions  Amnesty for all illegals  Rejoin Paris climate accord  Eliminate all carbon emissions by 2030  Free public housing for all former inmates  Require federal reserve to end racial inequity  Universal government healthcare

Zero-emissions transport nationwide  Appoint social justice prosecutors  Implement “restorative justice”  End mandatory minimums  Incentives prison closure  Penalize “absentee homeowners” to clear way for affordable housing  Dual language instruction in public schools

Outlaw charter schools that earn a profit  Place surviving charter schools under control of Washington DC  Close any remaining charter in financially-dist…

Young Americans Know Nothing About History


Many Jobs Will Not Come Back

While the continued drop in the official unemployment rate and the record boom in new jobs in June look promising, it’s important to remember they’re just a snapshot of what the economy looked like in mid-June. And a lot has changed since then with COVID-19 infections spiking again in several states. That could have a seismic impact on several important sectors of the economy just ahead.

To understand why the number of permanent job losses continues to increase, we need to go back to a Labor Department (DOL) issue when the DOL admitted it did not count millions of Americans who had been furloughed as being unemployed. Instead it classified them as “employed but not at work.”

The DOL just assumed all or most of those workers would be returning to their jobs as soon as the COVID-19 pandemic was under control. Yet as we all know, many of those former jobs are never coming back, and not counting them as unemployed was a “misclassification error,” the Labor Department admitted.

While the DOL …

Public Education

Maybe we should defund public education