Day 3: If you thought DT was going out with class and honor (Take another hit!)


Come on now! He’s his own man, heck he’s orange. He is going to sue Jesus and every state counting balllots. Go Easy. Try stuffing as size 13EEE foot into a size nine. If you try to make sense of him, you will start to drink. Everything begins and ends with EGO and superiority. NothingContinue reading “Day 3: If you thought DT was going out with class and honor (Take another hit!)”

55% of Israelis think recent lockdown was politically motivated


The survey also highlighted the lack of trust in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to manage the coronavirus crisis. By: Maayan Jaffee-Hoffman/Jerusalem Post More than half of Israelis believe politics and not health was the motivation behind the current national lockdown, according to a poll released Tuesday by the Israel Democracy Institute (IDI). When broken downContinue reading “55% of Israelis think recent lockdown was politically motivated”

Time’s up: After a reprieve, a wave of evictions expected across U.S.


  By: Michelle Colin and Christopher Walljasper/Reuters On Sept. 1, U.S. health officials announced they would suspend evictions across the United States to help stem further spread of the novel coronavirus. That was three days too late for Latrise Bean. About 72 hours before the declaration by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and PreventionContinue reading “Time’s up: After a reprieve, a wave of evictions expected across U.S.”

Another day, another black man


Empathy : the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. There are millions of people across the world who are outraged after watching the video of the brutal murder of George Floyd by four members of the Minneapolis Police Department.  There are protests in cities that do not have a large black populationContinue reading “Another day, another black man”

The Women’s March Tries to Repair the Damage. Is It Too Late?


  Women’s March 2017 Sacramento By: Emily Shugerman/Daily Beast  After a bruising 2019, marked by shrinking crowds, dueling marches, and allegations of anti-Semitism, the Women’s March is attempting a rebrand. This year, the march is back for a fourth time with a new board, a new format—and a new tagline. The theme is Women Rising,Continue reading “The Women’s March Tries to Repair the Damage. Is It Too Late?”

al jazeera: Soleimani is no anti-imperialist hero


Anti-war protesters gather near the White House to condemn the US air strike that killed Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani, in Washington, on January 4, 2020 [Reuters/Jan Wolfe] And Trump’s reckless decision to assassinate him will not result in “World War III” By: Malak Chabkoun/Al Jazeera Immediately after news broke of the assassination of IranianContinue reading “al jazeera: Soleimani is no anti-imperialist hero”

Can China break Hong Kong?


  Photo:Google      Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China Beijing will dilute Hong Kong with Shenzhen By: Pete Sweeney/Reuters Breakingviews  Anti-government protests in Hong Kong have weakened China’s gateway to international markets in the midst of a trade war. Past attempts to make neighboring Shenzhen a free-market alternative have been half-hearted. Unrest in the former BritishContinue reading “Can China break Hong Kong?”

The Best Man


Congratulations to the Russian Government.   Your choosing  the Narcissist Supreme, who’s mission in life, is Real Estate and status. was brilliant. Your country guaranteed his obedience as you control much of  his empire by encouraging banks to loan him money . People with dubious backgrounds, bought his properties at inflated prices  There is no politicianContinue reading “The Best Man”

Who is the next John McCain?


I never followed the Career the Arizona Senator,  I knew of his heroism and didn’t agree with his conservatism.  But he was a gentleman.  We’ve all seen him tell a supporter  who said she didn’t trust his opponent ,Barack Obama  because he was an Arab and Muslim , McCain response was no ma’am. He’s aContinue reading “Who is the next John McCain?”

Spain: Meet the woman fighting to revive Spain’s international reputation


Secretary of State for ‘España Global’, Irene Lozano. Photo: OSCAR DEL POZO / AFP Spain is fighting to improve its international reputation, which has taken a hit from criticism of its handling of Catalonia’s independence bid and its colonial past. Spain’s reputation dropped in Germany, Italy and France after Catalonia pressed ahead with a bannedContinue reading “Spain: Meet the woman fighting to revive Spain’s international reputation”