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Reason First: Will the Real Joe Biden Please Take a Seat?
Ever the windbag, former vice president Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. has slipped up once again. By a twist of the tongue, Biden put himself in the position to claim that he will run for president of the United States of America. Over the years, Delaware’s adopted son has pushed for the agenda of a “regressive” state within the realm of politics. When he speaks, he bloviates and says very little with his rhetoric. His inability to represent for free market ideals is his Achilles heel. Much like any and all candidates, he leads the charge for unreason, unselfishness, and unfree markets.
Reason First: Does Beto O'Rourke Know the Ideal of Capitalism?
What will be made known as former congressman Robert “Beto” O’Rourke moves across the country campaigning for the highest office in the land? O’Rourke seems to show the same ideas as Bernie Sanders, Corey Booker, and Kamala Harris, among others Democratic presidential candidates. He is for universal health care which lends to the idea of how misinformed and out of touch with reality he appears.
Reason First: Can Individualism Fight Mass Murderers Like the One in Christchurch, New Zealand?
Words like “radical” and “extremist” should only be reserved for actual individuals who champion far out ideas like the elimination of science, economics, education, and ideas from government. Like capitalists. The suspects involved in the Christchurch, New Zealand massacre should be labeled as cowards and puny practitioners in the initiation of physical force.
Reason First: With the Shooting Death of Another Mafia Boss, Legalize All Drugs Now
As another Mafia don falls by way of gun violence, it is clear that the days of criminalized drug trade remain numbered. Francesco “Franky Boy” Cali headed the Gambino crime family before being riddled with rounds outside of his Staten Island, New York home. This Sicilian mobster committed extortion, yes, but it was the sale of illicit drugs like heroin and Oxycontin that fueled and continues to sustain underworld organizations like La Cosa Nostra. Just like when alcohol was criminalized and the likes of Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel and Alphonse “Al” Capone arose and perpetrated crimes against the State, so do mobsters of today perpetuate the mystique of the gangster realm.
Reason First: Forget About Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, Free Up the Schools
With the scandal of the fake college admissions story regarding ringleader William Rick Singer, it is ironic that college dropouts become insta-billionaires in Silicon Valley. Did the parents of the children involved in this whole blow up expect them to develop a killer app and ditch a fancy school all in the process? By eliminating city, state, and federal controls over the minds of those yearning to learn, these kind of scams would never appear.
Reason First: Boeing 737 Max 8 Deserves Privatization
Travel safely. In the wake of tragedies that befall anyone anywhere on the globe, one thing remains certain: Regulators are always the problem. No matter how many jets fall out of the sky, the blame should be placed on government bureaucrats who extend their unwanted in hands into the business of everything from the financial sector, healthcare, motor vehicles, toys, and to aircraft. The latest disaster involving an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 has pushed entire countries like the United Kingdom to suspend the aircraft altogether. This is a result of the Civil Aviation Authority’s grip on the lives of free citizens who just want to travel safely. But regulators wish to put their hands on this specific aspect of life to deter otherwise rational adults from flying the Max 8 jetliner.
Life and Production S3 E12: Blast II
Snow and soot combined to make ashen clumps which collected outside of the hall. The flash grenades only caused a fire which the fire robots sought to extinguish. Pandemonium ensued upon the first detonation of the explosives. It appeared as if all of the occupants had exited the premises safely. But there was still no word on Pappy, Preston, and Symphony. Trevor and Saffron Lesane huddled behind a cart which was prepared to issue food items for the banquet after the presentation. Now, it served as an impromptu clinical apparatus to address the scrapes and bruises that some of the laureates and audience members sustained. Though not a physician, or a doctor of any kind, Lesane could identify and administer aid to those with injuries. Lesane dealt with his wife’s ankle, ensuring that it was not sprained or broken. “I think it’s sprained,” he said.
Life and Production: S3 E11: Blast
The laureates of the Dr. Marie Maynard Daly Prize convened on a snowy evening in February. From sculpture to martial arts to dance and poetry, the prizes represented the best in each recipient and inspired onlookers. For the prizes in medicine and business, only one name arose above all others: Trevor Lesane. As far as mathematics were concerned, the central figure in the Daly Prize committee’s selection process had to be Saffron Lesane. “For her extraordinary work in educating students,” Saffron was said to be “the chief developer in building the mathematical minds of tomorrow.” At least that is what the placard read. It could hardly describe the exemplary efforts of Dr. Saffron Lesane. This pair accepted the honor of receiving prizes as the first husband and wife to claim the Daly Prize in the same year. The Lesanes also received the notice via a videophone message that they had been selected for the prizes. Each laureate acquired the invitation to the ceremony in December. A feat this year, Lesane’s dual laurels represented what was possible when excellence was applied to every endeavor.
Life and Production: S3 E10: Impresaria
Finer Tactics To the cuticle, her nails were groomed with precision and care. Aqua blue and neon orange paint covered them. Both manicures and pedicures were financed with the support of her intricate heroin empire. Quintasia Batt, a 23-year-old impresaria held the Northeast Atlantic in the grip of her hand. She headed her company with the wit and tenacity usually reserved for military generals. Quintasia mastered the game of persuasion and the finer tactics in conversing with possible business partners. One such prospect was Trevor Lesane.
Life and Production: S3 E9: Against Azure Blue
The Flying Machine After exiting from the Goulding Automotive lot, Lesane went straight home to his other prized motorized possession: a robot driven golf cart. Just as he was turning onto the compound, a rumble overhead drew his attention. What looked like a small jet put Lesane in a brief state of puzzlement. Rarely did he not know what particular aircraft took to the skies. Against azure blue above him, Lesane could make out the personalized tag on the flying machine with the aid of a robot.
Life and Production: S3 E8: Citizens on Patrol
Within the Department A tweed jacket with leather elbow patches bespoke the speaker at the podium. He was thirty-ish, but he had specks of grey in his beard. His gait was that of an emperor from some far gone time. His bald head shone like wooden floors beneath fluorescent lights. He was tasked with introducing the speaker of the hour, Minister Myleecia Tessmer. As former chaplain for the Wilmington Police Department, Myleecia addressed over 250 officers. This speech marked the fourth time that Myleecia would touch on the necessity for God to be on the Force. But with the Great Transition in place, his role was no longer recognized as separation of State and ideas (including faith) eliminated her position within the department. Yet she continued to petition. The bald, bearded introducer stepped to the microphone as any master of ceremonies would do.
Life and Production: S3 E7: Goulding Automotive
Declared On a brisk Saturday in October, Lesane woke up and remembered that he was due for an oil change on the Goulding. A robot swished its way toward him as he rose from the bed. It declared the message straight from the dealership.