American Industry at its Finest

by Jack

The Army Corps of Engineers said it couldn’t be done, but even if it could it would be cost prohibitive.   So, their answer was essentially to just give up and don’t do anything.  But, thankfully private industry doesn’t work that way.  They are more motivated!  They like a challenge.   Fisher Industries took a second look at the project and said, “We can build that! And we can do it cheaper, faster and better than the government.  Cheaper, faster and better?  Well, that bold statement no doubt came as a shock to our liberal legislators, but that is in fact exactly what Fisher Industries did.

We all recognize their are some jobs, like maintaining an army or air force, that is best left to government.  But, there a very few jobs where private industry could do it “cheaper, faster and better.”   Have we forgotten, America was built on competition?  Competition inspires creativity and entrepreneurs.  That often leads to technological break-through’s that reduce cost and expedite production, not to mention creating great wealth.

Since the rise of liberalism within our government run educational system and all the socialist safety nets that followed, we’ve lost track of what an economic powerhouse America once was and could be again.  Donald Trump recognized this with his slogan, “Make America Great Again.”  Say what you want about Trump, but he got this one right.  We were and should be, the world’s best at everything.  There’s nothing to stop us except our own government bureaucracy and the ridiculous and costly socialism forced on us by know-nothing liberals.

The only reason China is nipping at our heels is because they were provided with our business models and when they weren’t, they stole them.   The results of modelling their industry after America’s businesses has catapulted them into a level of wealth they’ve never had in their long history.  We allowed that to happen and we must own it.  Now we need to wake up to the damage we’ve caused and start fixing it, beginning in our schools.  End the trash talk about America and lets start inspiring students by teaching them all the good that America has achieved through fair trade, capitalism and a righteous national pride that comes from a country united behind borders, language and culture.

Now this video from Fisher.  Take a look at how things can be done when government gets out of the way!

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14 Responses to American Industry at its Finest

  1. Pie Guevara says:


  2. Harold says:

    Jack, Lets not forget the I-5 corridor in downtown Sacramento a few years back. Private American enterprize got that fixed and working in record time.

    A protective Government has it place, but the expansiveness of today’s Government seems to forget their one basic function, to protect us.

    Instead the liberal side of Government floods America with illegals, and then supports them with Tax Dollars.

  3. Peggy says:

    Jack, Pie – For Front Page.

    When a Democrat and a Republican can sit down and agree on various issues.

    FULL Life, Liberty & Levin 12/8/19 | Mark Levin Fox News December 8, 2019

    • Pie Guevara says:

      Hmmm, one wonders how long the contract will last for calling the Giants downtown stadium “Oracle Park.” What will happen if they can no longer sell names for the park because there will be no takers.

  4. J. Soden says:

    Ya just can’t make this stuff up . . . . . . . .

    Just wait ’till they have to dump the holding tanks . . . . . . .

    • Pie Guevara says:

      No, but they can. This could actually have a limited positive effect and work as temporary housing to help those who can be helped. But what the cost?

      As the article states —

      Cruise ships have been used as emergency housing before. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the Federal Emergency Management Agency chartered three luxury cruise liners to provide housing for up to 8,000 people that were left homeless after the storm. That $236 million contract was later scrutinized in a study released in 2006 by House Democrats, which said it proved “wasteful for the federal taxpayer” because it ended up costing $50,000 to house a single person for six months, more than $300 per person for each night’s lodging.

  5. RHT447 says:

    There is a storm coming–

    “The legal precedent we would set by allowing communities to selectively ignore those laws at will is alarming and indicative of the same mindset that nearly one hundred and fifty years ago led this country to dissolve into civil war.”

    Full letter here–


    • Pie Guevara says:

      Good lord, this is totally nuts. What has happened to us? Does no one care about inalienable rights anymore?

      I am going to follow this and turn it into a front page post unless I can convince you (with Jack and Tina’s support) to become a blog author.

  6. J. Soden says:

    Here’s some more on Virginia’s courage:
    A real revolution could start in Virginia!

  7. RHT447 says:

    Virginians are not alone–

    I have already ordered and received on of these–
    (Click-it to big-it so you and read the engraving).

    I have no plans to build it into a complete rifle. Instead, it’s going on my wall in a shadow box, right next to a framed copy of my old Kalifornia “assault weapon” registration.

    Here is an a salt weapon:

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