Artificial Intelligence: Government regulation will be a disaster for the next big technological leap

Governments around the world are getting ready to regulate Artificial Intelligence to protect the consumer and the human race, but what is actually in the plans proposed to date the European Union and will any of it actually work? Isaac Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics this is not. As ChatGPT is rapidly becoming the most… Continue reading Artificial Intelligence: Government regulation will be a disaster for the next big technological leap

Teddy Roosevelt, beer, and equality under the law

New York City had a drinking problem in 1895, or rather a legal problem concerning drinking because the sale of alcohol was prohibited on Sunday throughout the state. As President of the Police Board of Commissioners, Teddy Roosevelt chose to take on machine politics and the entire city by rigidly enforcing the prohibition as a… Continue reading Teddy Roosevelt, beer, and equality under the law

ChatGPT and the physics evolution built into our brains

Next generation chat software that delivers a more realistic conversational experience, can do research, and write stories has set the technology and media worlds on fire, but beneath the surface ChatGPT reveals one of the things that makes human intelligence so unique.  We have physics built into our brain by evolution. The technology and media… Continue reading ChatGPT and the physics evolution built into our brains

Twitter, Elon Musk, and the 2022 technology crash

Twitter’s pending collapse is greatly exaggerated even after a large number of staff members quit, but the social media platform is not alone in the chaos plaguing Silicon Valley.  Facebook, Amazon, and others are all experiencing massive layoffs, crumbling stock prices, and shrinking or non-existent profits.  The progressive gravy train is rapidly coming to an… Continue reading Twitter, Elon Musk, and the 2022 technology crash

Nikolas Cruz and our collective failure to make the difficult decisions society requires to function

The jury’s failure to recommend the death penalty is only the last in an unbelievably long line of failures to make the tough decisions required for a functioning society.  Everyone knew Mr. Cruz was a danger, but no one was willing to do anything about it despite dozens of chances.  Sadly, a similar phenomenon plays… Continue reading Nikolas Cruz and our collective failure to make the difficult decisions society requires to function

No, crime is not a “construct” created to keep the black man down

Progressives are confused about crime.  Their social justice philosophy views victims based on the facts of their birth, not the deeds that they’ve done.  The saga of the Park Slope Panthers in Brooklyn, NY reveals that they’d rather have a homeless madman roaming the streets, terrorizing women and killing dogs, than protect the populace. Conservatives… Continue reading No, crime is not a “construct” created to keep the black man down

Immigration: A new, completely false narrative emerges from the usual precincts

As awareness of the broken border grows after the Martha’s Vineyard debacle, where migrants were forcibly relocated to Cape Cod, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and The New York Times’ Dara Lind start a new narrative:  Republicans are not part of the solution because they don’t support amnesty and they’re against political asylum in general, even… Continue reading Immigration: A new, completely false narrative emerges from the usual precincts

November: The bloodbath for Democrats will be more fitting for Game of Thrones

Summer hopes of a Democrat resurgence have faded into fall’s much colder grip and the reality of the coming bloodbath is beginning to set in.  The result is a President lashing out at a huge segment of the population and the media trying to spin a narrative of success out of abject failure.  Voters are… Continue reading November: The bloodbath for Democrats will be more fitting for Game of Thrones

Biden is the worst Presidential communicator in recent memory

A recent interview with 60 Minutes’ Scott Pelley serves as a masterclass in how not to communicate.  Many of the questions were overwhelmingly obvious, but still the President was unclear, unfocused, and rambling, insulting the American people by denying what is happening before their very eyes.  Even when he speaks with clarity and conviction, his… Continue reading Biden is the worst Presidential communicator in recent memory

The White supremacy that wasn’t

The mainstream media and the government reflexively believe the specter of White supremacy is everywhere, broadcasting stories that frequently turn out to be false and mounting a whole of government approach to a problem some whistleblowers claim doesn’t exist on anything like the advertised scale.  As one FBI agent put it, “The demand for White… Continue reading The White supremacy that wasn’t