Some Lessons from the Civil Rights Movement

However, any strategy based on the fantasy version of the Civil Rights movement the mainstream media and politicians promote will fail.

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AI Writes its Own Code, will it kill jobs?

Codex can generate programs in 12 computer languages and translate between them.

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My Afghanistan Fears

Worst of all, the horrendous thinking that drove the American Afghan War still grips our leader’s minds. Hence, I think a partial repeat of the American catastrophe in Afghanistan could be inevitable.

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Questions we’re not Asking About Afghanistan

Are we supposed to believe that a mob of poppy growers and sheepherders led by village schoolteachers with Korans is now a crack fighting force? I suspect somebody from outside Afghanistan is helping them.

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What Americans can learn from India’s Independence Movement

I think modern Americans could use some tactics Indian patriots used to get rid of the Raj to end or prevent minority rule in the United States.

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Vaccination Rates show Medicare works

Older people receive vaccinations because they know Medicare will pay for the vaccines. I think some younger people avoid vaccines because they are afraid they will have to pay a fortune for the vaccines. In America, routine medical services can now cost thousands of dollars even for the insured.

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There is no Cold War II

I do not think the Chinese leaders plan to fulfil the New Cold Warriors’ wishes by launching a new arms race or building a naval base in Cuba. Instead, the Chinese will challenge America, with TikTok, video games, cryptocurrency, venture capital, and bases on Mars and the Moon that American tourists can visit.

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