Tag Archive: United States

So Many MS Treatment Options

I didn’t really follow the massive MS community on twitter for a long time. I was fine and I really didn’t want any misplaced advice. But since I have started following a lot… Continue reading

Trump’s Gas Price Problem

This could get a bit complicated. So please just hang with me on this. 1. Trump cut emission standards on American produced cars. America still dominates the car industry. As it’s largest fulfilled… Continue reading

Hey, You’re a Liberal and That’s Ok, Idiot

For the last two decades there has been a very concerted push in the US to denigrate liberals. The push goes back longer than that, but in the last two decades it’s been… Continue reading

“America is the biggest lie ever”

True story.   I felt the need to write about this at length because there are a lot of things that bother me about all of this.   Please don’t misunderstand.  I’m American.… Continue reading

Individualism vs Collectivism

Maybe only my fellow dual citizens will really understand this.  It’s one of those things where you have to have spent a considerable amount of time in both the US and another western… Continue reading

The US’s Wall Problem

The problem with US immigration is actually pretty simple.  Nobody knows what the goal is.  Nobody knows what the goal is supposed to be.  Nobody knows how to get to this arbitrary standard… Continue reading

Good Trade with Kazakhstan?

We all know that President Trump isn’t a big fan of trade deficits.  That may be putting it lightly.  But today, he made an interesting statement about the economic relationship with Kazakhstan.  He… Continue reading

A middle class is gun control

Yesterday I explored the efficacy of gun control laws in preventing gun related homicides.  I used statistics from 15 metropolitan statistical areas throughout the US to suggest that strict gun regulation does not… Continue reading

When do guns break us?

The White House has said that today isn’t the day to talk about gun control.  It’s a policy issue.  That’s what they said.  And we can have policy discussions whenever we want.  Now’s… Continue reading

The new normal for U.S. jobs

Earlier today, federal reserve chairman Ben Bernanke announced that quantitative easing would continue until the national unemployment rate fell below 6.5%.  With the unemployment rate currently sitting at 7.7%, that could mean reduced… Continue reading