A suspect is being questioned in the drive-by shooting death of a six-month-old Chicago girl Jonylah Watkins.
MR. Ed: Democrats divide and conquer technique. Exaggerate and play on petty irritations. Drive a wedge between men and women. Drive a wedge between the races. Drive a wedge between employers and employees, Drive a wedge between producers and consumers. How about everyone being treated equally? How about managing and protecting the USA for all citizens without creating dramas or instigating problems. Oh but that wouldn’t support the ‘divide and conquer’ socialist goal. Liberals want to keep the races and sexes, or whoever busy hating each other while exploiting their political support. The Democratic Party is the party that instigates conflict and hate. Obstructing industrial progress increases the cost of living and doing business in the USA. When might makes right (government or otherwise), competence (economics) can be ignored. Migrating toward productive activities and avoiding nonproductive behavior may be a more competent direction for a country facing economic decline. For historical example: Consider the capitalist 1950’s and 1960’s when a US citizen with near high school education could easily obtain a job in a US company, earn a living wage, raise and educate children, pay for a house, save a retirement and have a few nice vacations; the wife didn’t have to work. At that time, the USA was the High-Tech innovator and manufacturing leader of the world. Toward the end of the 1960’s began the leftist divide-and-conquer effort to steal wealth from those who created it and it included anti-USA, anti-capitalism, anti-industry, anti-military, anti-technology and anti-middle-class propaganda. The anti-capitalist perspective of today stems from those propaganda roots. USA capitalism culminated in the mid 1970’s being the envy of the entire world and then departed for more welcoming environments like Taiwan, Japan, Ireland, Mexico, Hong Kong, and eventually China. Those manufacturing jobs and related development experience were driven out of the USA by politically inspired propaganda and unnecessary government burden. - If you don’t use it, you lose it !!! – “In a 1966 article in Nation, Richard Andrew Cloward and Frances Fox Piven, sociology professors at Columbia University, wrote that capitalism should be collapsed by overloading the government with financial demands that could not be met.”, Dave Hodges, The Common Sense Show When government becomes unaffordable, capitalists will leave or reduce productivity to a minimum resulting in overall reduced standard of living or poverty. While future USA working class may not be able to afford a family house with a yard and may work all their lives to pay rent for beehive-apartment they will never own, those responsible for the current economic situation have done quite well.