04-23 Politically Incorrect Daily

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Florida House votes 68-38 to strip Disney of privileged tax and self-governing status: Woke conglomerate pays the price for publicly bashing Governor Ron DeSantis’ Parental Rights bill

The media has predictably been having conniption fits over Florida retaliating against Disney. I heard a discussion on the subject between a Republican congressman and a panel of media liberals. I thought one legitimate criticism of the action was that a corporation is being punished for a political viewpoint, which is fundamentally anti-free speech. First of all, I don’t favor Disney or any corporation for that matter getting special privileges and rules over other businesses, which opens up many avenues to corruption and crony capitalism. That said, I do agree that it’s bad practice for government to retaliate against a business for its leaders expressing viewpoints.

But of course, I must say to media liberals using this argument, REALLY?! NOW, you’re suddenly concerned about free speech? After a week where every liberal with a microphone whined hysterically about Elon Musk potentially bringing free speech back to Twitter? After two years where millions of conservatives & libertarians have been censored and de-platformed? After years of cancel culture destroying people’s lives for every anti-PC transgression current or past? Well, let me put your minds at ease. You see, Disney has been lying about the Parental Rights Bill, or put another way, they’ve been spreading “MISINFORMATION!” 😱 They’ve engaged in “HATE SPEECH” against Ron DeSantis! 😱😱😱 So this is simply to protect the public from these DANGEROUS THREATS TO OUR DEMOCRACY!

What?! You don’t agree?! You mean you interpret the meaning of “hate speech” and “misinformation” differently? You think the biases of a small group of “content moderators” and “fact checkers” may make a difference? πŸ€” When you characterize the bill as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill, should we put a warning box of “Missing Context” or just blur out everything with a “False Information…See Why” stamp? Do you think it’s wrong to do a fact-check on what essentially is an opinion? Anonymous sources tell me that RUSSIAN AGENTS inside Disney may be putting out this disinformation, so we should remove 100% of their content, just to be safe! πŸ‘

So, Max Boot, Andrew Sorkin, Chuck Todd, Brian Stelter, Robert Reich, Rachel Maddow, Mark Zuckerberg, Parag Agrawal, Joy Reid, and the rest of the liberal fascist censorship brigade…have we learned anything from this experience?

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2 thoughts on “04-23 Politically Incorrect Daily

  1. prices are not high because of covid and Putin.
    Prices are not high at all, they have changes little.

    A price is a rate of exchange or relative value.

    If there are two apple trees, one pear tree, and three orange trees, and we assume that they will produce the same number of fruit at equal cost, then the price of a pear will be two apples or three oranges. If a second pear tree matures then the exchange rate, or prices will adjust to the pear supply doubling.

    Apples and pears now cost the same, apples and oranges are still one for three, but it takes two pears to get three oranges.

    Now, as to your dollars, they are fiat currency. It is not money, but legal tender, a note of debt.
    Like the pears, double the supply and it with purchase half as much.

    If we were trading Gold Nuggets and had 10 pounds in circulation, and someone found 10 more pounds, it would soon require twice as much gold per apple.

  2. Watch the Little Dictator episode of Guilligans Island.
    Tree bark and his signature was legal tender and the expected inflation came.
    Robin Hood with Richard Green felt with debasement of the currency.
    Any silver in your dime?

    Say I borrowed 100 standard loaves of bread from you and a year later paid you back with mini loaves of one quarter the size.
    You protest but I state I borrowed 100 and have returned 100.
    Our definition of what was borrowed only stated the number, not the size (purchasing power).
    Now, apply that to your dollars.
    You put 20 in a book along with an ounce of gold worth $20 in 1910 or so and today you need them and find that the paper dollars are only worth 20 cents. Why? because we printed so many more.
    The gold brings $1800 or so. Why?
    Because of all those new dollars and there in not near as much β€œnew” gold above ground.

    In both cases the gold bought about the same pile of goods and services.

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