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Society is demanding equality in all aspects of life, from race and national origin to those who are gender-confused.

. There seems to be a push for equality for those who break or have broken the rules of society

There is one group whose equality is ignored. However, Women, or 50.52% of the U.S. population and voters, are still being paid thirty percent less than men for n equal jobs with equal qualifications. This gender pay gap needs to be addressed and enforced more than any other equality issue. Women tend to vote more than men, so a strong PAG pushing gender pay equality could get this done.

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The Biden Administration provides an infinite number of enticing blog subjects. Still, in the interest of readership harmony, I’ll write about the misfortunes of a horse named “Star Serenade.” If an owner doesn’t have a chosen name for a colt, a combination of the parent’s name can be used. In this case, Star Serenade comes from the stallion “Dark Star,” and I never knew the mare’s full name, but it was something “Serenade.”

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Napoleon Bonaparte stated: “History is a set of lies agreed upon.” Apart from his poor English. He was French, after all. He got this one right. This being “Black History Month,” one lie is often repeated, which I don’t agree with being genuine. That is the lie Rosa Parks began the Civil rights movement when she refused to give up her bus seat to a white person; she was thrown from the bus and arrested. Rosa Parks may have done this and been arrested, but she wasn’t the first African American to do this. After another f teen in Montgomery, Alabama, Claudette Calvin, was arrested for refusing to up her seat, Rosa Parks stole the idea. Rosa Parks was a political activist who read about Calvin’s arrest and decided to repeat the stunt for her own purposes.

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In my blog of 3/2021, “Bidenomics”, I changed the original 1980s term for Regan economics “Reganomics” to forecast what Biden economic policies “Bidenomics” would do to the robust U.S. economy Trump had left behind. I predicted that Biden’s $1.9 trillion Covid relief plan of simply printing more money would flood the market, leading to inflation. No one listens to a simple writer. Biden and the Democrats passed all sorts of fiscally irresponsible policies, destroying the economy. One year later we have 7% inflation, the highest inflation rate since Jimmy Carter, the last Democratic Party disaster. Biden did all this in one year in office. What can we expect in his second year? You liberals and Democrats might want to stop reading now. Biden has already proven Bidenomics 2022 isn’t going to be pretty.

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Recently, I understand that schools were halting advanced math and science classes because they were prejudiced. I thought this had to be more bullshit spread by those who wish to divide the Nation. Nothing is purer than numbers. Numbers, unlike people, do not lie. Numbers are simple units of measurement without social meanings. Sciences, like mathematics, are methods of progress and advancement away from the human emotions of prejudice and hatred.

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On this final day of November, 2021, most will have heard the horrifying news of another school shooting. This one was in Oxford Michigan, my home state where a fifteen-year-old shot eleven, killing three and injuring eight.
While another school shooting in America wasn’t shocking to me, the appearance of Michigan’s deplorable Governor Gretchen Whitmer. “Nit-Whitmer” at the news conference was a bit of a shocker.

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Obama’s Chief of Stall. Rahim Emanuel said it best: “Democrats never let a serious crisis go to waste.” Obama’s puppet. Biden, certainly hasn’t. Biden ran his campaign on the claim that he’d handle the pandemic. He has failed miserable, despite the fact that Trump gave him three effective vaccines before leaving office. These vaccines could not have been developed under Biden who claimed he wouldn’t take a Trump vaccine, but was the first to get it once it was it. More people died in 2021 with Biden in office than died in 2020 under Trump. Nothing spells failure better than true facts. Trump once said about the virus that: “The solution must not be worse than the problem.”

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One might read this premise and wonder about the author’s sanity or sincerity, and I might ask that myself. The premise of this blog came to mind recently while I was watching the movie “Forest Gump”. What is this movie about other than a tale of an extraordinary life throughout history? I decided the movie was a love story of how Forest stays with Jenny despite her faults as if to compensate for his own.

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