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Science Running Amok

Science Running Amok

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Not long ago we trusted scientific information because its teachings were based on facts, gathered by trustworthy individuals seeking scientific evidence to problems. Evidence that can be replicated in multiple setting in different laboratories. However, I published already on November 4, 2018 an article entitled Academia Running Amok. In this […]

Diversity—But Not if We Disagree with You

Diversity—But Not if We Disagree with You

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Since the late Seventies/Eighties, and perhaps even before, I noticed the trend of attacking free speech in universities and other places. If you disagreed with the theories of the left—you were silenced, shamed and labeled. In 1985 a sociology professor’s TA called me a Nazi, probably because I am of […]

What is Capitalism?

What is Capitalism?

    By Sigrid Weidenweber If it were not for all the Democrat candidates maligning capitalism and proposing ridiculous monetary social schemes for the population, it would never have occurred to me to write, or even think, about capitalism.  We all think that we know what the word means. It is the freedom and the […]

A Quick Way to Ruin A Good Country

A Quick Way to Ruin A Good Country

    By Sigrid Weidenweber On September 4, 1970 the Marxist Salvador Allende was elected President of Chile by a bloc of Socialists, Communists and Radicals. Allende was a life-long Marxist/Communist who founded a socialist party at university where he studied for a medical degree in 1932. As soon as he attained power, he confiscated […]

Mr. Schiff’s KGB Methods

Mr. Schiff’s KGB Methods

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Lately, whenever I meet with friends who immigrated to the U. S. and became citizens, we speak fearfully of the changes in America. We find that once again we live in   a country governed by an oligarchy of tyrants. The heavy hand of the Democrat party is felt by us […]

A Most Troublesome Partner in War or Peace

A Most Troublesome Partner in War or Peace

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Perhaps you noticed the two articles about Turkey and its leader Erdogan in the Wall Street Journal on Thursday, November 14, 2019, and noticed that both articles expressed troubling observation. The first article by Vivian Salma and Michael Gordon was headlined Trump-Erdogan Meeting Yields Little Progress. President Trump, desperate to […]

A Letter From the “Socialist” Democratic Republic of France

A Letter From the “Socialist” Democratic Republic of France

    By Sigrid Weidenweber I try to be assiduously correct in assigning credit to the sources I use. However, I cannot do this in this publication. Both my sources live in areas where they could be subjects to abuse if their political leanings were known. I am speaking of Oregon, USA and Paris, France. […]

Letters From the Land of “Ruthless Capitalism”—Sweden and the Nordic Countries

Letters From the Land of “Ruthless Capitalism”—Sweden and the Nordic Countries

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Sometimes interesting things arrive at my desk in a round-about way. Since I peruse the Wall Street Journal consistently and believe that I miss very little of interest, I was taken aback to receive the following report from my Swedish friend, Helle, residing in Portland, Oregon. It was an interview […]

Erdogan is a Bigger Evil to the Kurds Than Syria’s Al-Assad

Erdogan is a Bigger Evil to the Kurds Than Syria’s Al-Assad

    By Sigrid Weidenweber We all remember Bashar al-Assad’s poison gas attacks on the Kurdish population during President Obama’s governance.  They were the poison killings, driving Obama to draw the famous red line, which al-Assad promptly crossed and poisoned some more. The world was aghast that such dastardly implements of war, forbidden by the […]

Oh, Ouch! The 2019 Pig Book Just Came Out

Oh, Ouch! The 2019 Pig Book Just Came Out

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Yes, Ouch—for the outlook is grim. However, I am pleased that there is someone out there keeping an eye on Washington’s Piggery. Last year, too, I wrote about the waste of taxpayer money. I believe we need to know the results presented by the committee that keeps an eye on […]

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