by: Brent Smith
Many like us have said for years that we’re living in a post-Constitutional America.
Well, it’s worse than that. We are living in a post-freedom America. We’re morphing into a fascist nation.
Using Covid-19, the left is testing just how far can an authoritarian government can push before citizens finally push back.
And sadly, so far, they have yet to find our limit. So they’ll keep testing us, while at the same time, keep setting those ever-important precedents.
The left knows the precedents they set today – social distancing, schools closed, churches closed, no public gatherings, mask mandates, quarantines, etc., will be the benchmarks of tomorrow. read more
by: Brent Smith for World Net Daily:
By her own admission, the CEO of General Motors wants to further her pursuit into crony-corporatism to achieve her vision of an all-electric, zero-emissions future.
There is something inherently wrong with the term crony-corporatism – although most use the term crony-capitalism.
There really isn’t anything capitalistic about cronyism. And there isn’t anything inherently wrong with corporatism. In both cases, the problem is “crony.”
For those unfamiliar, crony-corporatism is when a private-sector corporation gets in bed with the government. It may be federal or state, but in either case (or both), the corporation curries favor with the government, seeking special carve-outs and regulations that effectively lock out their competition. It’s an insidious relationship that benefits none but the corporation and government special interests. The consumer always suffers in the end. read more
ELECTRIC CARS: ANOTHER IDIOTIC GOV’T MANDATE
About a month ago, Elon Musk announced Tesla’s release of the Model 3 – an affordable Tesla, the all-electric car that is supposed to revolutionize the electric car market, because it’s an electric that doesn’t look like one.
The “greenies” have been all atwitter over it, as if this zero-emission vehicle will mark the beginning of the end of the polluting gas-powered car.
Whether it will or won’t (and it won’t) is almost immaterial, because governments are already proposing bans on gas- and diesel-powered vehicles. read more