From the WSJ

President Obama says the nuclear deal with Iran depends on verification, not trust. But what if Iran has a very different interpretation of what verification entails than does Mr. Obama?

Take Ali Akar Velayati, a top adivser to Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, who appreapared on Al-Jazeera on July 31 and was asked about U.N. inspections of Iran’s military sites. Here’s how he replied, according to Memri translation service:

“Regardless of how the P5-1 countries interpret the nuclear agreement, their entry into our military sites is absolutely forbidden. The entry of any foreigner, including IAEA inspectors or any other inspector, to the sensitive military sites of the Islamic Republic is forbidden, no matter  what.”

Interviewer: “That’s final?”

Mr. Velayati: “yes, final.”

Yet Mr. Obama has been assuring Americans that inspectors will have access to any suspicious site after a maximum of 24 days. Is Mr. Velayati mistaken, and if he is, will someone else in Iran put that on the record? Congress sould find out.


One Black man killed by a white man, either it be a Cop or white racist, brings out the rent a riot Sharpton crew and to put the topping on the cake, a ludicrous comment by POTUS. But when a race war ensues, or shall we say a gang war, the CRIPS vs the BLOODS;  43 Baltimore Blacks were killed in July and the blood is flowing into August; not a sound is heard from the provocateurs. In total, the city has recorded 192 homicides so far this year, according to The Baltimore Sun. By contrast, 208 murders were committed in all of 2014. The three-month total of 116 homicides for May, June, and July is the highest since at least 1970.

Keep in mind the Freddy Gray, Zimmerman and Ferguson affairs where the Sharpton’s of the world fanned the flames of racism; What happened? anarchy reigned in the streets; this is Yemen-Syria-Iraq stuff, gang v gang, tribe v tribe – yeah here in America. Is it surprising that stuff like this does not go on in Beverly Hills!





The major coal-producing states are (in descending order as of 2000, with annual production in thousands of short tons):

Today, President Obama is expected to announce more stringent regulations that would inevitably put King Coal to bed. As noted above, power generation by coal has been in a slippery slope for the past decade. But with tougher regulations we can expect tough times for coal producing states.  This does not bode well for employment in the coal industry including those railroads who haul it to market. The days of coal are over.

Make no mistake about it the war on coal has been a Democrat agenda for the past two decades. What really surprised us is that the states with the most to lose voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012; for instance Colorado, Pennsylvania and Ohio. Now that their head is on the table they are the proverbial canary in the coal mine. And don’t for get these are union men and women who have been back stabbed.

Click here for the story of a Brazilian coal mine, once worth $600 million, sold for $1.

One more tidbit, Obama has now joined with the POPE in tackling global climate change. Do we remember the fuss when John F. Kennedy ran. They were afraid that Kennedy, a Catholic, would cede the presidency to Rome; fifty years later Obama has done so.


Click here for the latest Trump interview.  “Make America Great Again”

Jeb Bush, legalize illegals. Apparently Bush fails to realize that the illegal alien progeny is responsible for over thirty million (30,000,000) anchor babies. That is the gift we gave these illegals. Isn’t that enough already? No other country would give citizenship to the (important read) anchor baby


Smarten up folks, the future is now. Maybe the politicians can b.s. their way on how they create jobs, but the fact is that they can’t. Job creation is the result of product demand which creates supply. Supply results when land, capital and labor combine and are put into production. However, there is a problem here, the labor factor is quickly becoming a non-factor. Case in point, steel mini mills require a skeleton crew to operate; Nucor is the most recognized name in the steel business.

The Nucor Culture can be summarized in five areas: decentralized management philosophy, performance based compensation, egalitarian benefits, customer serviceand quality, and technological leadership. Underlying these elements is the fact that none of Nucor’s plants, whether built from scratch or acquired, are unionized. Nucor is opposed to unions, believing them to be a destructive force in the US steel industry. No Nucor plant has ever held a successful union certification election, even though Nucor management has not engaged in the controversial “union busting” tactics adopted by other companies. The company has never laid off an employee due to a work shortage. 

Robots have replaced humans in the manufacture of automobiles. This has been an ongoing process for the past twenty five years. Manufactures are always embracing new technologies particularly when it comes to saving on labor. Plastic may have been the future 45 years ago, but today the future is robotics. That is the case in China where the factory floor that once had 600 workers is all but devoid of humans; a slimmed down crew of 60 producing 160% more than the human run plant. According to the management, the crew soon will be whittled down to 20 employees. This is not a “fire in the theater” warning, this is the new paradigm.

Companies worldwide are now in the first and second stages to replace temperamental employees. Robots don’t call in sick.  Those without the skills to compete in today’s world are out of luck. Not a good sign for the future.One might add that if unemployment scales up to a large degree who will buy the production of these automated factories. Excellent question! However, there will always be enough of those with the financial means to buy the products produced. One point to remember, revolutions do start when a major shift in incomes take place. Just a reminder of what the future may hold.

As the influx of Muslims and Hispanics hit our shores and those across the big pond, the future job prospects are rather bleak indeed. Look for more agitation, more racists provocation, more demands, but most of all more guff from our politicians who want more money to solve the problem. The problem is that they, the parasitic pandering politician, has created this mess in the first place.