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What advantages, disadvantages, problems do you see with AI?
My question: How can conservatives balance the level of media unfairness that's clearly swinging public opinion and important elections? Helpless barely describes the feeling.
Why do politicians of today think they should only be working for one party or the other. And on there re-election campaign. Shouldn't our politicians, elected officials, be working for all of us. Shouldn't both sides be working together for the common good of the people. Because somewhere or another I do remember seeing for the common good of the people. Anybody remember that? So my question is this, why can't our elected officials come to some common ground and work for the people as a whole?
What are the 10 Most Important ways in which conservative media has changed since you first started right wing news? 😉
That gives Biden & the democrats authority to reimburse people who gambled more than 250,000 at SVB?
Thanks for the opportunity. My question is basic. Is there any workable, reasonably speedy way to reign in government and radically down-size the bureaucracy/shadow government, short of its complete overthrow?
2020 election related question. US Census Bureau says there were 168,300,000 registered voters and 66.1% voted or 111,246,300 yet Biden got 81,283,501 and Trump 74,223,975 total 155,507,476. How can this be without a great deal of fraud?
How does the federal reserve operate?
1. Why should conservatives support Trump, after he did everything in his power to undermine the results of the election?
2. Why do conservatives let the NPR act as an ultraleft propaganda machine? Why isn't there more pressure to make it balanced? Why isn't there a commercial center-right radio?
Do you think that classical liberalism (aka Reaganism) or national populism (aka Trumpism) is more likely to be the successful path for the Republican Party?
Is Fauci making money off of remdesivir?
Have you ever written a column about awful things liberals claim conservatives do (or say) that liberals regularly do or say themselves?
And another too: do you believe that Substack represents in at least some ways or others, a return to the golden age of the blogosphere of circa 2004-2012 or thereabouts? Follow-up: when did traditional blogging really start to die and social media/clickbait take its place? I'm thinking about 2015, maybe 2014. The rise of Trump fueled by Twitter certainly seems like one turning point, but people learning how to game the Facebook algorithm mid 2010s also seems like a key turning point too.
Oh another question just occurred to me that I'm very curious for your take on: what are your top 10 favorite substacks that you read the most?
How many books have you read in your lifetime? What % of that information have you retained?
Also I remember loving how you used to do lists of your favorite conservative columnists. Who's on it these days?