Percy Blakeney, Author at Granite Grok - Page 99 of 107

Percy Blakeney

"They seek him here, they seek him there, those Frenchies seek him everywhere. Is he in heaven or is he in hell? That damned elusive Pimpernel."

Battle of the Budgets

Should government spending go up? Is it reasonable or sustainable to increase the biennial state budget by more than 13%. Is the economy growing that fast? Is the population growing that fast? If we add together the growth in population and economic growth are we growing that fast? The answer is Hell No. Legislature Vs. …

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Transparency In News, Reporting and Commentary

Who done it? CNN has 90 million subscribers. It is available in 90 Million homes. That means 227.7 million people daily could be viewing CNN’s coverage. The terror-supporting regime of Qatar has placed at least 4 national security “experts” on the network. Those people with ties to the regime report, comment and editorialize regularly for …

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The Federal Bureaucracy Must Die

Finally Reining in Federal Agencies: Kiso Vs Wilkie Over the last century Congress has delegated more and more of its lawmaking authority to unaccountable, unelected administrative agencies. The bureaucracies in turn are often insulated from direct supervision by the president. Administrative agencies today issue regulations touching on nearly every aspect of our daily lives. From …

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Big Tech… Big Control

The issue It is apparent that Big Tech companies are trying to have it both ways. On the one hand they want to have the advantages of being open platforms with the protections afforded them. And on the other hand they want the privileges of publishers without the responsibilities. The questions around sharing of information, …

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SPLC Under Pressure

Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas sent a letter to the IRS Tuesday. He is seeking an investigation into the tax-exempt status of the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). In the letter Cotton urges an investigation into whether the SPLC “should retain its classification as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization” amid news reports verifying the “long-established fact …

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Media Damage

Introduction: The main stream media has been involved in an intentional, coordinated act using partisan group think. It has been selling sensational narratives about a target using convenient facts mixed in. We know they are generating propaganda because we have commonsense and use it. Follow me as we stroll through carnage. Print media: Print media …

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Historical Insight

How it was written? When Jay, Madison, and Hamilton wrote the Federalist Papers they were fresh from writing the US Constitution. Madison and Hamilton are credited with writing more of it than any other two participants in the process. Certainly several dozen people participated in the argumentation, composition and passage of the document. The writers …

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Trust a Democrat

The vote Tuesday the Senate of the United States rejected the non-binding Green New Deal resolution. The vote was 57 -0. Wait, aren’t there 100 senators? Why yes, yes there are. Do you suppose the other 43 were sick on Tuesday? Why no, no they weren’t. As it turns our 43 courageous senators, including all …

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Justice Denied

Have you been following the machinations of the Justice System in Chicago? Tuesday the charges were dropped against Jussie Smollett. Prosecutors say to not take that to mean he’s innocent. On what planet does that make sense? If Smollett is guilty prosecute him. If he is not, exonerate the man and let him go. It …

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