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January 5, 2022

This is how you do it.

Filed under: Politics — dknights @ 11:42 am
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Free countries, supporting each other and fighting back against communist oppression.  Way to go Lithuania and Taiwan.

December 27, 2021

More words of wisdom from Prof. Reynolds

Filed under: Legal,Politics — dknights @ 10:36 am
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Editorial here.  Frankly, I’ll vote for any candidate who will support taxing college endowments above a certain limited amounts.

December 22, 2021

This is worth watching

Filed under: General,Politics — dknights @ 3:28 pm
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December 20, 2021

Read Professor Reynolds

Filed under: Legal,Politics — dknights @ 11:02 pm
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You should read everything Professor Reynolds writes.

December 18, 2021

Good for Mitch Daniels

Filed under: Politics — dknights @ 5:26 am
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The former governor and current Purdue University president is standing up for a student from China who is being intimidated by his government for speaking out for human rights.  Daniels has his back.

December 15, 2021

Good for them

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There is much to admire in the 3 Baltic republics.  Here Lithuania takes the proper stand.

December 14, 2021

This is cool

Filed under: Politics,Technology — dknights @ 1:21 pm
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While I am generally wary of Chinese ambitions in space, I have to say that this is a cool example of cooperation and an indication of where we could go with a less oppressive Chinese government.

December 9, 2021

UFOs and government

Filed under: Politics,Technology — dknights @ 5:19 pm
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This column doesn’t exactly inspire confidence.

NBA

Filed under: General,Politics — dknights @ 10:59 am
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I am not an NBA fan, but this guy could make me one!

November 23, 2021

Maybe not the South China Sea?

Filed under: Politics — dknights @ 11:28 pm
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Maybe the Ukraine is where the next big confrontation takes place.  Normally, I think that Russia is a paper tiger, but I think Putin perceives weakness in the west.  He is not above exploiting such perceived weakness, especially if it gets him the Ukraine back.  He desperately wants the Ukraine back.

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