Keith Kube

Editorial #104 Energy Issues aired September 24, 2019

Editorial #104 Energy Issues

Our only purpose in life is to make the world a better place. This is why we have systems of government, ways to maintain security and rules to which we all agree to keep things fair.

Regardless of our core values, energy is the foundation of it all. Without it, literally nothing happens. We all need at least 2000 calories per day just to stay alive or the energy equivalent of 5 ounces of crude oil.

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Editorial #103, Health Care, aired September 19, 2019

Editorial #103 Health Care

Health care is the only issue the remaining presidential candidates have. All their other talking points violate our core values of truth, fairness, sustainability and integrity.

Everyone wants good health but, like everything in life, our attempt to pursue happiness is not something the government can give us. We must secure our own happiness as nothing worth having is ever free.

Health is a simple issue to address as we have the best health care system in the world.

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Editorial #102 Media Bias aired September 17, 2019

Editorial #102 Media Bias

With Congress back in session, the avalanche of fabricated news events like impeachment, collusion, corruption, racism, tariffs and staffing issues will start again in order to distract from the booming economy and the historically low unemployment.

By definition news is always bad. If it were good, it would not be interesting and advertisers would not get the eyeballs they need. History is old news about mistakes and dysfunctionalities of past decisions.

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Editorial #101 Art of Tariffs aired September 12, 2019

Editorial #101 Art of Tariffs

The words “The Art of War” seems like a contradiction, but it is a book written by a Chinese General, Sun Tzu, about 500BC. It is a simple outline of how and why wars are fought. It applies to trade wars as well. I have done editorials on tariffs and war (#70 and #79) with these issues continuing to linger and be mischaracterized with self-serving, short sighted agendas by those who do not understand the art of war.

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Editorial #100, Climate Change, aired September 10, 2019

Editorial #100 Climate Change

There is probably not a single person in the country who has not heard about climate change. This entire movement started with the first “Earth Day”, in 1970, when big business was accused of killing the planet for profits. The Arab oil embargo came in 1973 giving birth to the energy crisis with long gas lines and rationing like WWII. These were the missing ingredients needed to advance the socialistic movement of wealth redistribution,

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Editorial #99 Purpose of Business and Government aired September 5, 2019

Editorial #99 Purpose of Business and Government

The only things we all have to do in life is make a living, enjoy the fruits of our labors by sharing what we’ve earned and save our soul. My father told me: “if you make the world a better place, you will probably save your soul.” To do this, the formula he gave to me was: live by the core values of fairness, truth, sustainability and have integrity.

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Editorial #98 Presidential Candidates aired September 3, 2019

Editorial #98 Presidential Candidates

With a presidential election coming next year, there is over a score of people saying they want the job. It is amazing that over 90% of the candidates for president have little or no education or experience in business, only in government. One would think, anyone who wants that job would have extensive experience in business since the Federal Government is the biggest business in the world.
Government must run like a business with a chain of command,

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Editorial #97 Bureaucracy and Incompetence aired August 29, 2019

Editorial #97 Bureaucracy and Incompetence

There is a physics law called entropy that states: everything in the universal is constantly moving towards a more random and chaotic state. This is the reason that stopping things from changing is impossible.

There are constant efforts to violate this physical law. The examples are climate change, population control, anti-trust laws, environmental movements, internet privacy, gun control, abortion, social welfare programs, public education and most government bureaucracies.

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Editorial #92 “Data Mining” aired August 27, 2019

Editorial #92 Data Mining

There is a saying: “All saints have a past and all sinners have a future”. Originally this quoted was to encourage forgiveness for those with indiscretions. But today it hits closer to home. We all have parts of our past of which we may not be proud. These parts are now becoming a matter of public record. What people really fear is: they do not want the world will know who they really are and the concern this information could be used to harm them.

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Editorial #96 “Your Rights” aired August 22, 2019

Editorial #96 Your rights

We live in the greatest country in the world because it has the fairest from of government. It is not perfect, but it is far better than any alternative.
Our constitution outlines our rights as citizens: They are simply: life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The Bill of Rights elaborates these rights in 27 amendments that limits the government but not the rights of the citizens.

Government’s obligation is to provide: security,

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