by: Brent Smith
I’m all for slick new tech that has the potential to improve our lives, but there will always be a fine line between what will improve our lives and what is just plain crazy.
In my humble opinion, this is one of those times and one of those fine lines – at least for now.
Simply put, we are not yet ready for a driverless vehicle of any kind. We do not live in the movie world of Total Recall or iRobot, where every vehicle, cars and trucks, are driverless. And frankly I hope we never will be. read more
A man was found guilty of overusing commas. read more
from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:
Are corporations seeing a future many of us don’t quite see yet? A future where they have to fall in line and back the “correct” social and environmental issues in order to curry favor with those who really run the world economy – the World Economic Forum (WEF)?
Is it why some 200 top corporate CEOs met in 2019? They came together, as written in Forbes, in what’s called the “Business Roundtable” to “redefine the purpose of a corporation and show the power and importance of business.”
This redefinition included the following aspirations: read more
Well here we go. Another question of just because we can, doesn’t mean we should.
And even if things “appear” to work out okay, what is the cost that must eventually be paid for whatever we did?
I’m talking about the latest brilliant scientific venture. Scientists have created embryos that are a mix of human and monkey cells.
And to that, one can only ask – What Could Possibly go Wrong?! read more
A man hasn’t been feeling well, so he goes to his doctor for a complete checkup.
Afterward, the doctor comes out with the results. read more
by: Brent Smith
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Court Packing, or more specifically, packing of the supreme Court, is a democrat invention.
There can be no argument against this, as no Republican has ever suggested such a thing.
Only once in the history of our nation have we had more than nine supreme Court justices. read more
“Oh God,” sighed the wife one morning, “I’m convinced my mind is almost completely gone!” read more
from Christopher F. Rufo for Hillsdale College:
Critical Race Theory: What It Is and How to Fight It
Critical race theory is an academic discipline, formulated in the 1990s, built on the intellectual framework of identity-based Marxism. Relegated for many years to universities and obscure academic journals, over the past decade it has increasingly become the default ideology in our public institutions. It has been injected into government agencies, public school systems, teacher training programs, and corporate human resources departments in the form of diversity training programs, human resources modules, public policy frameworks, and school curricula. read more