Entries by Neland Nobel

Biden’s Mandate Goes to The Supreme Court

Estimated Reading Time: 5 minutes

President Joe Biden, or more likely his handlers that pull the strings, imposed a controversial mandate on large and small employers to force vaccination for the Wuhan virus. Having been unable to get legislation through Congress, he decided to use Executive edict, thereby essentially writing legislation, which is the job of Congress. This Presidential overreach […]

What Is The Chance of Dying From Drug Overdose? 1 in 50!

Estimated Reading Time: 2 minutes

In a world where everyone seems concerned about “safety”, and the government is issuing draconian edicts in a failing effort to stop the spread of a virus, it seems like a reasonable question to ask.  Recent data suggests drug overdose is the main cause of death of people in their middle years of life. This […]

Reasons for Optimism – America Is Waking Up

Estimated Reading Time: 6 minutes

For an American from the Conservative or Libertarian side of the spectrum, the last few years have been a difficult period. While the seeds were planted years ago, we saw the full blooming of “Cultural Marxism” in the US, influencing almost all of our institutions ranging from major news networks, social media corporations, city administrations, […]

Can Government Tolerate the Crypto Explosion?

Estimated Reading Time: 7 minutes

Cryptocurrencies as they are called, are a relatively new asset class. They were virtually unknown until they made their first appearance about 10 years ago and it is only in the last few years that they have gained wider acceptance. Whether they actually have the characteristics of currency (a medium of exchange, a store of […]

Real Policy or Political Theatre?

Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes

Many people on the political Left don’t seem to understand the deep skepticism with which many Conservatives view government health policy. They believe Conservatives are anti-science. In the last few days, we have been provided a very good example of what is wrong with government policy and it is worthwhile reviewing while many of these details […]

Respecting the Corona Virus

Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes

It is one thing to describe something. It often is different actually to experience it. In this case we are talking about the Corona virus. I am a 73-year-old, unvaccinated male in generally good health who came down with the Chinese virus almost exactly two weeks ago. It came along just in time to screw […]

Pertinent Passages from the 5th Circuit Ruling Stopping the Vaccine Mandate

Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes

The mandate to require employers to force employees to take an experimental vaccine, which at best seems to provide protection from severe symptoms for a limited amount of time, was struck down by the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals. The full ruling can be found here. The Court makes a number of salient observations, basically saying […]