Multiple Choice Question: How Did Democrat Biden “Win” More Votes Than Trump?

Microsoft Daily “News” Summary from October 29, 2020 was typical of what Microsoft Edge/Explorer posted on its home page for every user in America during the year before the election.  Microsoft never posted any news story describing contents of Hunter Biden laptop confirming that his father Joe Biden sold US technology and trade deals to …

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Teach The Children In Your Family To Be Americans — Start By Having Them Sing “Yankee Doodle”!

This iconic painting, “Spirit of ’76”, really portrays what happened on April 19, 1775.  On that day some 2,000 American “Minutemen” from throughout Massachusetts came to Concord, Massachusetts to fight back against 700 British soldiers who massacred eight Americans at Lexington earlier that day.  After they drove the British back to Boston, they proudly the …

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Now They Are After Us.

Microsoft “News” today posted this article falsely comparing 74 million Trump supporters today to an isolated “lone wolf” serial killer who murdered blacks, mixed-race couples, and Jews in the late 1970s.  Facebook and Twitters routinely block articles and ban users who infer that other blacks or Muslims are responsible or in any way connected to …

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Honest Conversations About Race In America Essential But Forbidden

Just over three years ago, Law Professor Amy Wax published this opinion piece in the Philadelphia Inquirer.  It explained how cultural differences, not race or racism, caused disparities between blacks and whites in America.  Although nobody questioned her facts or statistics supporting her arguments, Amy Wax was falsely denounced as a “racist” and barred from …

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Why Scrap 12 Procedures That Kept Elections Honest for 100 Years?

Meyers produced the first  “lever mechanical” voting machine in 1898.  Shoup marketed a similar machine in 1905.  They were easy to understand, operate and repair.  They could not be “hacked” electronically, and were inspected by all sides before and after voting.  They were suddenly discontinued in the 1990s.  Why?  Cui bono?  Who benefited? Since 1990s, …

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Lots of New Covid19 Cases in NJ. But Still Very Few Deaths

Shouldn’t we be talking about why so many Covid19 positive cases today are causing so few deaths?   Did the virus mutate and become less dangerous?  Are younger, healthier people getting milder cases–and mass immunity?  Are we doing a better job of protecting the sick and elderly in nursing and veteran homes?   Are households better protecting …

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Does Genesis 13 Suggest How To Avoid Second Civil War in U.S.?

Every Saturday, Jewish Synagogue services include two Old Testament Bible readings.  One reading is from the Torah (Law), the first five books, or Books of Moses.  The second reading is from one of the Old Testament Prophets.  That tradition is described in 13:14 of the Book of Acts in the New Testament.  There, Paul speaks …

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Energy Election Thoughts

By Alex Epstein https://industrialprogress.com   Thought on the election: the need for a pro-reality, pro-science defense of fossil fuels As I write this the outcome of the national elections is still uncertain–and it may remain uncertain for days or weeks to come. However, there is one strong lesson I think we can take in the …

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How To Recognize And Stop Vote Fraud.

By Seth Grossman.  Seth Grossman has been an attorney in Atlantic City since 1975.  He represented himself and others in in court challenges and recounts for many elections.  Grossman was elected to Atlantic City’s City Council in 1986, after first losing two years earlier by three votes.  In 1988, Grossman won a Primary Election by …

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