Category Archives: frugal living

Solution to Climate Cataclysm: Plowing Buses

Read Basic Economics by Thomas Sowell

America’s Economy is Great, That’s Good for Americans: Thanks Trump!

America, USA–The American economy is better than ever right now thanks to the cutting of regulations and unrestricted ability for business competition brought on by the Trump administration.

Thanks Trump, for helping our economy grow stronger, instead of restricting and slowing it with bad policy and poorly conceived agenda.

Trump’s stance on cutting regulations strengthens the American economy, it’s basic economics. Democrat policy calls for more regulations which limits the growth of economics and reduces the amount of money in your pocketbook.

This holiday shopping season think of the benefits and incentives allotted by our strong American economy, which is a direct result of limiting regulations and allowing free market capitalism to thrive.

I Don’t Miss Having a Car Payment

My Problem with Budgeting: Making a #Christmas List

85% of Cars Purchased in Q1 of 2019 were Financed

Boycotting Facebook may be The Only Way to Resist and Stop Trump’s 2020 Election Victory

Fake news

America, USA–After the 2016 election, in which president Trump won legitimately, allegedly, with the help of Russian interference, as reported by the mainstream media, until a few months back–which was completely debunked, the new and real main-decider of the Trump victory has come to light as Facebook, potentially, or simply understanding how the electoral college vote works and having a plan.

Now, after the Mueller report turned up as an absolute Nothing Burger, and the 2020 election heats up–with the last hope of voting and resisting Trump out of office being a long-shot impeachment, Democrats are realizing that Facebook may be one of the Trump campaign’s best tool, used by billions of people, possible voters.

Social Media has changed the campaign game outright, and American politics as we know it.

Fake news

Trump has truly mastered that game and the only way to genuinely resist Trump is by boycotting those tools that put him in power: Facebook and social media and news media, that is if you can. Many people may be addicted to social media and cannot just log off, which could pose a problem.

Let’s look at some possible facts, had social media not been a key source of campaign ads and analytics targeting of specific demographics in key states to influence the electoral vote, Hillary Clinton would be in office and running as the incumbent this time, not as merely a Democrat candidate.

It’s time to stand up and deactivate, perhaps. It’s time to resist with actions instead of just posting on Facebook. Update your status by logging office for good. Maybe it’s time to cancel Facebook.