If you’d like to learn more about the “Googley Way,”  a political filter applied by Google to its workplace culture, you should read the formal complaint, Damore and Gudeman v Google LLC.  The evidentiary part of the complaint is fascinating and includes internal communications from managers and staff to support the suit.  My personal favorite calls for Damore’s firing to …

“… send a message that we have zero tolerance for intolerance.”



“The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s money.”

― Margaret Thatcher

In The Left’s Brutally Obvious Economic Failures, Greg Jones provides an excellent, though brief, review of the effects socialist and progressive policies have on the economy and, more importantly, on people from Venezuela to Seattle to Illinois.


An abandoned neighborhood in Detroit

Patrick J. Buchanan asks, “Are Illinois and Puerto Rico Our Future?”  Like Greece, the US Virgin Islands and Guam, as well as the Cities of Detroit, San Bernardino and Stockton, governments throughout the West are finding progressive taxes are unable to keep up with the costs of progressive programs.  Even federal services such as the US Postal Service and AMTRAK run deficits at or near $1 billion every year. Ironically, the progressive state is unsustainable.



They don’t work.  But don’t take my word for it.  It’s been tried multiple places in the US and abroad.  How did it work out for patients and taxpayers?  See for yourself:




“We have become an arrogant generation that virtue-signals that we can change the universe when in reality we cannot even run an awards ceremony, plow snow, fix potholes, build a road or dam, or stop inner-city youths from murdering one another.”

My favorite historian, Victor Hanson Davis, shows how Progressive leadership loves to lecture without actually solving any real problems.  In fact, Progressive programs often (usually?) end up hurting those they supposedly want to help.  You can read the full article here: