Category Archives: Voting

Politics of an Automated World

That our world is becoming more and more automated is a reality that cannot be denied.  As companies seek to make themselves more competitive, the inevitability of a fully automated workforce becomes more certain with each passing year.

An automated production line can be run twenty-four hours a day.  Machines do not agitate for better working conditions – nor do they demand a higher wage.

Our generation is very close to witnessing an economy where all traditional blue-collar jobs (and many white-collar jobs) will be eliminated by the use of new technology, automation, artificial intelligence, and robotic workers.

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Of Course There’s Voter Fraud

New York Voting MachineIt’s election year again – and that means another series of articles and cable news reports claiming that voter fraud is simply a myth that’s promulgated by Republicans intent on violating people’s right to vote.  It doesn’t matter how many cases of voter fraud are actually exposed – the Democratic Party and their pals in the media continue to push the narrative that voter fraud either does not exist, or that it’s so rare that it’s inconsequential.  Of course voter fraud exists.  And like every other election cycle in the modern era, we need to point out the evidence ourselves rather than simply rely on the media to do it for us.

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