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It was Manufacturing: Stupid.

LEE’S SUMMIT, NOVEMBER 13, 2016 – To paraphrase William Jefferson “Bill” Clinton: It’s the economy, stupid.  In 1980 Ronald Reagan was elected president; he turned around the economy from the devastation of the Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter cycle of presidencies. … Continue Reading →

China Pays Homage To America And Its Scientific Contributions To China’s Space Program

LEE’S SUMMIT, October 26, 2011 – China is getting ready to launch the Shenzhou-8 spacecraft in early November.  This is the next step in China’s development of their space capability – learning how to dock in space.  America is still… Continue Reading →

China Space Program Advances as US Wonders What’s Next

SHENZHEN CHINA, September 27, 2011 – The long march to space continues for China as it stalls in the United States.  In today’s Shenzhen Daily, as I read it at the airport, the headline reads: Tiangong-1 launch planned at 9:16… Continue Reading →

China’s Conundrum

Lee’s Summit, April 23, 2011 – Chinese Autocracy is not all that simple it seems.  In Shanghai, now the most active port in the world, truckers are on strike.  Yes, that’s right even China is seeing some growing pains. My… Continue Reading →

Apologizing; Where Does it End?

Lee’s Summit – May 17, 2010.  I sat here reading over and over the words spoken by the assistant secretary of state of the United States of America conceding that the US has no grounds to stand up to China… Continue Reading →

Global Warming, Cap and Trade; what a boondoggle

New report shows Cap-and-Trade is really a 3.6 Trillion Dollar Gas Tax.Among all the urgency, hype and congressional ramrodding around Health Care the waste of money and political goodwill on fact-less, science-less (consensus is NOT the scientific approach that guided… Continue Reading →

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