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Paul F. deLespinasse - Thinking About Politics

Paul F. deLespinasse



Jan 26, 2023
Debt Limit Fight Ignores Other Ways to Reduce Deficits
The national debt recently reached its legal ceiling. Until Congress increases the ceiling, the government can't borrow money to pay its bills - expenses Congress itself has authorized - which greatly exceed what taxes currently bring in.


Jan 18, 2023
Is US-China Cooperation on Mutual Interests Possible?
Just consider the resources a grand Chinese-American bargain could release to fund additional investment in projects at home and around the world.


Jan 11, 2023
Did Inflation Ruin a Batch of Cookies?
Although I have never claimed to be a good cook, I do make fairly decent chocolate chip cookies. However, my most recent batch of cookies was a total disaster and I couldn't understand why.


Jan 6, 2023
Fusion 'Breakthrough' Won't Save Climate
Ironically, as we increase solar installations, we are already moving to power the world with fusion energy. We already have an excellent, high-powered, fusion reactor. It's called the sun.


Dec 21, 2022
Why Our View of Discrimination Is Wrong
Racial discrimination is a major problem. But the approach we have taken to fix this problem is itself problematical.


Dec 12, 2022
Grid Investments Increase Value of Solar Energy PV Panels
Installing photovoltaic panels to generate electricity from sunlight is already a good investment. As the grids to which these PV panels are connected get bigger, the panels will become even better investments.


Dec 5, 2022
Putin Revives and Expands 'Brezhnev Doctrine'
Vladimir Putin's attack on Ukraine brings back memories of 1968, when Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev sent troops into supposedly independent Czechoslovakia. The Soviet troops "liberated" Czechs from a Communist regime that showed dangerous signs of liberal reforms.


Nov 22, 2022
We Can Resolve Conflict Between Justice and Social Justice
You are probably in favor of justice and also of social justice. How could anyone not be in favor of all kinds of justice? Unfortunately justice and social justice are not always compatible.

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