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Let Sleeping Dogs Lie

November 20, 2020

The New York Times reports today, Friday November 20, that “a criminal investigation by the Manhattan district attorney, Cyrus R. Vance Jr., and a civil one by the state attorney general, Letitia James,” are under way looking into the Trump Organization’s “tax write-offs on millions of dollars in consulting fees…”

Since I spent about ten years doing financing for ventures in Poland and the Czech Republic, I appreciated President Trump’s disgust for the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.  More than one “deal” I developed was killed when I was asked to pay a bribe.

I’m afraid the Trump Organization was less meticulous than I and Cyrus Vance and Letitia James will have a field day prosecuting the President and his children. In November of last year I commented on that issue.

The maxim “Let sleeping dogs lie” is a good one, however, and the “Progressive” Left that hates President Trump ought to be mindful of that and “cool it.” What the President may do before he leaves office, if his enemies seek to put him or his children in jail, is worse than money laundering or bribing foreign officials!

Biden’s Corrupt Pay Back

November 19, 2020

In my 2017 study of the American system of higher education, published by St. Augustine’s Press, I recall how colleges and universities use their “accreditation” to block competition from solely-online universities.

“Full” accreditation by “Regional” accreditation associations enables acceptance of degree credits and degrees earned at “Regionally Accredited” institutions. If you want to go to Law or Medical School or study to become a Librarian, you must earn a degree from a “Regionally Accredited” institution.

“Regionally Accredited” institutions must offer 51% of classes in classrooms of a physical “campus.”

As I explain in The Coming Death and Future Resurrection of American Higher Education, a solely Online degree granting college that I founded in 2000 required financing of about $10,000 in order to start offering courses for degree credit and about $300,000 a year in operating funds. 

Most of that sum was expended while seeking state authorization and accreditation.

The difference in tuition is about $800 less than tuition per course at “Regionally Accredited” institutions. A college degree can cost $8,000 not $80,000.

That is the price the Education Cartel requests from long suffering education consumers.

Keeping solely Internet based online institutions from attaining “Regional Accreditation” is how “Regionally Accredited” institutions keep tuition income high.

That is what “Cartels” do and now the Biden Administration plans to give “Regionally Accredited” institutions a munificent pay back for their political support. The new Biden Administration is now asked by the Cartel to cancel all student loan indebtedness.

Where I come from that is called “corruption.”

Post-election Report

November 18, 2020

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Why Democrats Win

November 18, 2020

Loss in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court by attorneys for Donald Trump throws the 2020 Presidential election to Joe Biden, preserves corrupt Democrat machines in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh and directs future Republican candidates to seek reforms of state election laws.

The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania ruled against the complaint that keeping GOP at a distance from inspection of mail ballots did not violate Federal law.

How can you keep politicians from stealing ballots if you are not permitted to stand next to the person registering mailed ballots?

That’s the point and I predicted that Pennsylvania was a loss for Trump. Democrats in Pennsylvania are “dirty” and protect their power by blocking efforts to stop fraud.

If the GOP wants to win the next election, it must start now to commence reforms that assure ballots are accurately counted.