It’s time for Garland to appoint a special counsel to investigate Biden and his family.
It turns out the Hunter Biden laptop reporting by the NY Post was true. Was the 3-carat gem from China used as a down payment for the invasion, occupation, and enslavement of the people of Taiwan? The installed POTUS is compromised and look at the new world order those around him are establishing. The conflict in Ukraine, like COVID, and the **NEW** deal with Iran are built on lies that will necessarily compromise the sovereignty and integrity if the United States. The jig is up and animals like the 51 must be checked.
(1) SPIES WHO LIE: 51 ‘intelligence’ experts refuse to apologize for discrediting true Hunter Biden story (NY Post)
The 51 former “intelligence” officials who cast doubt on The Post’s Hunter Biden laptop stories in a public letter really were just desperate to get Joe Biden elected president. And more than a year later, even after their Deep State sabotage has been shown again and again to be a lie, they refuse to own up to how they undermined an election.
JiaQi Bao, Christine Fang, and Zhe ‘Shelly’ Wang.
“On earth we are wayfarers, always on the go. This means that we have to keep on moving forward. Therefore be always unhappy about what you are if you want to reach what you are not.” – St. Augustine
(1) China’s Ghost Cities (YouTube)
(3) The Millennial Mindset and America’s Productivity Crisis (Fox Business)
(4) David Gilmour – Rattle That Lock (Official Music Video) (YouTube)
(5) The Most Stunning Stained Glass Windows In The World (Huffington Post)
(1a) The Guy Who Created Star Tours and Splash Mountain: Disney Legend and former Imagineering executive Tony Baxter shares his wealth of knowledge and experience gained from dreaming up iconic theme park attractions throughout his Disney career. (D23 Member-Only Content)
(4) Calvin Tsao and Zack McKown Bring New Eco-Friendly Designs to China (WSJ Magazine)
(2) FIAT Drive In
(3) Ryōmō Line
(3b) Iwafune Station
(3c) Tribute to Makoto Shinkai (Part III)
(5) The One Airport to Avoid Is… (WSJ)
(1) Trouble on the China Express (WSJ)
In a blistering essay titled “The Derailed Country,” posted online this past week and then quickly removed by censors, Han Han, one of China’s most popular bloggers, mocked the leadership for what he characterized as a heartless approach to development. “They think: ‘We built this. We built that. You don’t need to care what happens along the way, or who gets the benefits, as long as you get to use it,'” Mr. Han wrote. “Why aren’t you grateful? Why all the questions?”
Limestone Commentary (Rails as a Metaphor)
I stopped writing about politics (and have been happier for it) but everything in this article about China’s government could be written (or said) about the U.S. in terms of graft/corruption, abject obtuseness, lack of transparency, doublespeak, and shameless bias of the fourth estate.
‘Do not be desirous to have things done quickly,’ said Confucius, China’s most famous philosopher, some 25 centuries ago. ‘Desire to have things done quickly prevents their being done thoroughly.’ China’s leadership is now suffering the consequences of ignoring this traditional wisdom.
More Limestone Commentary
Not sure expediency is an attribute of good democracy, particularly of late against a rash of manufactured crises.
You don’t ever want a crisis to go to waste; it’s an opportunity to do important things that you would otherwise avoid. — Rahm Emanuel
The American leaders are under the illusion that their Keynesian spending and easy money policies actually have worked, 10% unemployment notwithstanding.
It surely must have occurred to some Europeans that lectures on fiscal rectitude from the Americans display a modicum of hypocrisy. The German Bundestag is hearing the same sorts of voter complaints about bailouts that the American Congress is hearing. The concept of a huge debtor nation, the U.S., offering to help a bunch of smaller debtor nations solve their sovereign-debt problems seems a bit incongruous. But it doesn’t seem to trouble the Obama administration or the Democratic majority in Congress.
“By reaching into virtually every sector of economic life, government is injecting uncertainty into the marketplace and making it harder to raise capital and create new businesses.”
– Ivan Seidenberg, CEO Verizon Communications, Inc.