Coronavirus: Some Real Numbers

In every newscast, every newspaper article and every public dtatement by a Democrat, the United States is said to have the most coronavirus deaths. This is true. But the US is a big country. The more important number is deaths per 100,000 population. Johns Hopkins authoritative website gives that number for every country, but does […]

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Coronavirus, the Census and Citizenship

I just did my census form online. I got the short form and it was quick and easy and disappointing, since it omits a citizenship question. This is important since illegal aliens, when counted, get representatives in the Congress. However, the second part of the census has just been passed unanimously in the Senate and […]

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Seattle Urban Model

At a recent small gathering to commemmorate the death of another homeless woman in the downtown, Starbucks was praised for donating a single, miserable container of hot coffee to the gathering. Very Seattle. Appearance and pretense over substance. Table: “Homeless Deaths Rise Once More In King County (including Seattle): 2012-2018”, in Seattle Times, January 9, […]

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How Many Illegal Aliens In the United States

The number of illegal aliens has been a matter of debate for a long time. I have always suspected that the number was much higher than the official number of 10-11 million. Here is a Center for Immigration Studies critique of a new study that suggests there are 22 million illegal aliens. The very credible […]

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