Tag Archives: china

Geopolitics and the Wuhan Flu

The Wuhan Flu has closed access to this tourist attraction.

Hello, this is Darrell Castle with the Castle Report. Today I will talk about China, the United States, the Wuhan Flu, and how they seem to relate in today’s world. Please keep in mind that this story changes daily, hourly and sometimes even minute by minute. So by the time you hear it the numbers have already changed. Please keep in mind as well that I’m not a doctor or scientist, but I can read.

China and the United States – A Comparison

Map of China, by US State Department. Will China export the social credit concept to America? That's one export we definitely should block with a tariff!

Hello this is Darrell Castle with today’s Castle Report. Today I will be attempting to make a comparison between China and the course it is charting for itself in the world today and America and the course it is on.

China, dolls, and politics

Bribery in immigration reform isn't done quite this way, but the results are the same. More than that: the Las Vegas shooting could be all about money, insider trading, short sales--and murder. And more: our elected leaders don't know how to handle money. On the flip side, debt in America is leading to universal peonage.

Tis the season to be jolly – at least for those who still are able to provide for their families. While there may be many comfortably relying on government assistance for sustenance plus niceties, there are many more that still embrace a moral work ethic and would prefer to work for what they have. The latter group is quickly dwindling – not out of laziness but out of practicality. Jobs that pay what you’re worth are getting harder to find and government assistance is getting easier. The reasons for this transformative condition is as multi-faceted as the reasons for the decline in the American family. But if we are to ever change what’s wrong, we must begin to understand at least some of the facets. Chief among them: “made in China.”