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The Illuminati, Marxism, and “Schwabism,” by Andrew Joppa

The Thesis:There is a provable relationship among three historical groups…The Illuminati…Marxist/Communism, and Karl Schwab’s, World Economic Forum…which I’ll call “Schwabism,” for that is what it is.  (And yes, there was an Illuminati).   Each of their founders came from a compressed area of what is now Germany. They were, to a greater or lesser extent, impacted by the persistent philosophies …

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Ten-Thousand Years in The Makin’, by Andrew Joppa

Ten-Thousand Years in The Makin’ by Andy Joppa   …a few decades in the breakin’   Humanity is a puny species. It is this “puniness” that required us to develop a larger mental capacity. This increased capacity is not a sign of our superiority but, rather, our general physical inferiority. How so?   Each species develops characteristics that enable it to …

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In Defense of Fathers, by Andrew Joppa

In Defense of Fathers by Andy Joppa So, being a good man is not an exam or a qualification, it changes, and it incorporates being a good friend, a good father, a good employee, a good boss, a good neighbor and a good citizen. A. Gill My academic and consulting forte was “culture.”  We spent over a year trying to …

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Two Environments Requiring ZERO Failures, by Andrew Joppa

Two Environments Requiring ZERO Failures by Andy Joppa   For this purpose, I will tell you stories from two environments that were part of my past life:    My Becoming an Air Marshal   This story with some currency is when I applied to be a Federal Air Marshal in the early 70’s. Having just returned from Vietnam and looking …

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Trump Doesn’t Want to “Terminate” THE Constitution, by Andrew Joppa

Trump Doesn’t Want to “Terminate” THE Constitution by Andy Joppa   There has been a unified drum beat condemning President Trump for what they described as his desire to “terminate” THE Constitution. I have put “THE” in capitals to emphasize they indicated he was suggesting the entire Constitution should be terminated. Of course, he neither said, nor wanted, anything of …

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Republicans: From 1992 to 2022, by Andrew Joppa

  Let’s see how much sense Republicans make…In fact, have ever made:   In 1992 we nominated GHW Bush for a second term against Bill Clinton. Bush was able to slip from 80% approval ratings to nearly single digit at the end of his first term. “Read my lips, no new taxes,” was his mantra that he betrayed. Well done George. …

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The Story of Two Great Men, by Andrew Joppa

The Story of Two Great Men by Andy Joppa   I am sickened by the parasites who are now making a whore’s living by attacking and attempting to humiliate our great “ex”-president, Donald Trump. These malignancies who have contributed little to nothing to the quality of American life, now seem to delight in nothing more than trying to diminish one …

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Education or Indoctrination?, by Andrew Joppa

Education or Indoctrination? by Andy Joppa    Without civic morality communities perish; without personal morality their survival has no value. Bertrand Russell   (NOTE: Nothing generates more feedback than when I write about education. This certainly reflects an understanding of that topics importance within the “thinking” American public. Because of that importance I don’t “hedge my bets” as I write …

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Education: The Ultimate Answer…or Problem, by Andrew Joppa

Education: The Ultimate Answer…or Problem by Andy Joppa   In 1983, A Nation at Risk: The Imperative for Educational Reform, was released by the presidential National Commission on Excellence in Education. Its bottom line was that the American public schools were failing miserably. Perhaps the most oft quoted passage from this report said:   “If an unfriendly foreign power had attempted to …

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Are We Like Nazi Germany?…Not Quite Yet, by Andrew Joppa

Are We Like N*zi Germany?…Not Quite Yet by Andy Joppa   Every time someone compares the current America to N*zi Germany it tends to be rejected out of hand. There are several disparate reasons that are cited.  The first, and most common, is that the reader tends to believe these analogies are overused and serve little to no purpose. There is some …

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