Mexico: The Unexpected Oil Deal Winner

The deal reached on Sunday between Russia, Saudi Arabia and other oil producing nations is not enough to solve the oil price problem. Cutting 9.7 million barrels a day is not enough to save the American shale oil companies. The pandemic has reduced oil consumption so much that the deal won’t be enough to stabilize… Read More Mexico: The Unexpected Oil Deal Winner

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Why Are Americans So Afraid Of Mail-In Ballots

The controversy about voting via mail that is intensifying as the pandemic continues to interfere with the upcoming elections. Donald Trump has made his position clear, mail-in ballots are “fraudulent” without providing proof. Republicans seem to generally oppose mail-in ballots while some Democrats are actively pushing for them. The central issue seems to be that… Read More Why Are Americans So Afraid Of Mail-In Ballots

Mexican Air Force Evacuates Mexicans From Cuba Due To Coronavirus

On Saturday, March 28, 2020, the Mexican Air Force with the help of Mexico’s Foreign Relations Department evacuated 134 Mexican citizens from Cuba. The Coronavirus COVID-19 had stranded the Mexicans in Cuba. The air force flew a Boeing 737-800 to Cuba. In addition to returning the stranded Mexicans, the air force flight also returned 39… Read More Mexican Air Force Evacuates Mexicans From Cuba Due To Coronavirus

All Workers Are Essential Notwithstanding Government Orders

Typically, the government creates two standards of people, those it deems worthy and those it does not. This is the case in the legal system where those with money can buy themselves out of jail benefits and immigrants who are rounded up while at work while other immigrants who disrobe for magazines qualify for Einstein… Read More All Workers Are Essential Notwithstanding Government Orders

Important Questions About The Proposed Stimulus Checks

Many taxpayers are excited to know that Congress is on the verge of sending each American taxpayer about $1,000. As of 5:00pm, eastern time yesterday, Congress was still arguing over some details about the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. However, it seems that the proposed $1,200 checks for individuals and $2,400 for… Read More Important Questions About The Proposed Stimulus Checks

Take A Break From Corona

Let’s take a quick break from the doom and gloom of the Corona Virus pandemic. Today, I just want to share a few cartoons to, hopefully, bring a smile to your faces during these chaotic times. Enjoy these cartoons courtesy of Cagle Cartoons. I will return to my regularly scheduled posts tomorrow. Be safe!

The Electoral College Is About Keeping the White Minority In Power

During the last two posts we have looked at how slavery was part of the founding of America and how that translated into creating two sets of Americans, the minority elite and the rest of the Americans who believe that in America everyone is “equal”. It is the lie that is perpetuated across American schools… Read More The Electoral College Is About Keeping the White Minority In Power

Democratic Party Delegate Race Heats Up

The Democratic Party delegate race heated up Saturday night when Joe Biden scored all the delegates up for grabs that night. Biden’s decisive win in South Carolina shows that the Democratic nominee will be selected by traditional party politics. Much has been made about Bernie Sander’s “revolution” and Pete Buttigieg’s emergence as the unlikely candidate… Read More Democratic Party Delegate Race Heats Up