"In the end the operators were proven right"
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Tomorrow (4/29) McDonald's Corp. will release results of operations for the first quarter of 2021. This has been preceded by the usual flood of analyst reports and press articles. But this time there's something missing from the predictions and media coverage.
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Whether you're a McDonald's veteran or just a baseball fan this LA Times article about the rivalry between the Padres and the Dodgers is a fun read.
April 15, 2021
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First it was the "Population Bomb", then it was global cooling, then it was global warming, when global warming couldn't be proven it became climate change. Now that the change can't be proven it's a "Climate Crisis".
"New York Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez told NPR earlier this month that she feels that Biden has ultimately come around to the side of progressives on climate issues."
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As we've discussed many times we try to avoid posting articles from the Wall Street Journal under the assumption that few visitors maintain their rather pricey subscription. One of the best political writers/commentators iin the country is Kimberley Strassel of the WSJ. She recently posted a column titled "Corporate America's Big Lie". If you're a WSJ subscriber, don't miss it. For non-subscribers I've stolen her ending paragraph below.
"Smart executives have long understood the value of political neutrality. Corporate America is now throwing its lot in with one of the most partisan, brass-knuckle, dishonest campaigns in recent political history. It will be a long time mending fences with Republicans—if that’s even possible."
From WSJ Opinion page
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Note the references to analyst Mark Kalinowski's Owner/Operator surveys.
* Georgia Govneor signs voting regulation bill.
* Democrat political machine publishes numerous falsehoods about the bill.
*Joe Biden repeats these talking points, even after being called out.
* Coke CEO decides if it's good enough for POTUS it's good enough for Coke.