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Immigration and Jobs (I)- For Conservatives

A couple of thoughts about immigration. It seems that there is a widespread belief in the US that immigrants take jobs from Americans. It makes superficial sense if you also assume that the number of jobs to be filled is … Continue reading

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FIND ME ON FACEBOOK – JACQUES DELACROIX – AND JOIN ME, MY FRIENDS, AND MY ENEMIES IN MAINLY POLITICAL DISCUSSIONS

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For several years, I have had faithful readers, or at least, visitors on my blog from the Philippines. I am dying to know who they are. Please, send a private message through my email: jdelacroixl@gmail.com

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The Anti-Trump Women’s March

   The day after the inauguration of Pres. Trump, there were protests all around the country, many quite large. They were called a “Women’s March” for reasons that were never completely clear. I speculate below about the name. The media … Continue reading

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Russia’s Interference in US Elections: the Official Evidence

I read the whole document delivered to the Senate and to the President-elect on January 5/6 2017 that describes the main intelligence agencies’ case for Russian meddling in the 2016 election. It was rough going because of the document’s numbing … Continue reading

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Stories of Women

In 2017, I will put together a collection of stories about women. It’s going to be entitled provisionally: “Stories of Women.”  Below is the preface and a sample story. I pay attention to comments. Thank you. Preface We exist in … Continue reading

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Dude School: Fifteen Principles on How to Be a Man

From twelve to sixty at least, longer if you look young, count on getting the worst seats in public transport, or no seat at all. Carry children’s bags, of course, but also women’s, including the oversize “carry-on” the over-painted middle-age … Continue reading

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