There are now so many arbitrary decisions by the Supreme Court with no basis in the Constitution, arbitrary and ambiguous laws passed by Congress, laws are arbitrarily enforced by the Executive branch, and thousands of lines of politically motivated regulation, who among us can abide by, respect or follow the law anymore? There is so … Continue reading The Rule of Law is Dead
So the Chinese are busy buying industrial robots. None of which will eliminate their dangerous levels of debt, there demographic decline or the their economic asset bubbles. There really isn't a partially controllable economy. We fool ourselves when we think we can control economies or "design" our future.
I have been rather busy and unable to blog but I will be back the first part of May.
This is really well done. (h/t zerohedge). It shows the reported casualties of US drone strikes abroad. I can't imagine it is very effective to aim for the top leaders and leave survivors whose hate and resistance will only grow. I think victory is attainable against any opposition if you break their will to fight. … Continue reading Drone Strike Graphic
Some wonderful videos of the Oracle Team USA catamaran. It's truly beautiful to see it lift and glide across the San Fransisco Bay at top speed. Nearly the entire team is Australian and the technology is amazing. I remember when Team USA lost America's cup for the first time in 132 years against Australia II. … Continue reading America’s Cup
I follow over 100 blogs on various topics (my current unread list > 1k, e.g., 249 on politics and economics, 271 in technology). I have experimented with WordPress' Reader and Blog Lovin's. In the end they are really lame compared with the most minimal stand alone RSS reader. Moving my follow list into NetNewsWire has … Continue reading Less Liking than Before