In life there is what we do. Everything else is blah, blah, blah.... I’ve heard, read and viewed many accusing others of being fascist, a word, label I associate with fascist kingpins like Stalin responsible for 20 to 25 million non-combatant deaths, Mao for 40+ million non-combatant deaths, Hitler for 12 million non-combatant deaths, and … Continue reading Spot the fascist
The raging and ideologically driven debate around USA immigration occupies my thoughts a lot lately, and with increasing frequency. How many immigrants should USA absorb and over which period of time? Should Federal government apply quotas to each state much like EU did with its member states? I believe in legal and merit-based immigration. I … Continue reading Is California’s immigration path the way forward?
The number of people running about the front yard with hair on fire over the proposal to insert the question about citizenship into USA’s 2020 Census questionnaire is high. Yes, the once-every-10-year-census data serves as the foundation for many decisions bad or good but, luckily, we have the right to turnover users of this data … Continue reading Ongoing cyber hacking vs 1 question on 1 piece of paper distributed every 10 years
President Trump is the team on the field and might benefit from suggestions offered by smart people like Ms. Maddow or at least our collective best wishes as he prepares for a negotiation with much at stake.
There are in Americashire 16,470 incorporated towns and cities boasting population less than 10,000 citizens each. The city of Houston, Minnesota, population 974 and many similar towns I have personally visited almost all have memorials like the one pictured here. Why build these small memorials at great proportional cost to their communities when bigger, more … Continue reading Memorials to Heroes
I recently read that a private food bank in the industrial Ruhr region of Germany has come under fire for their decision to serve German citizens only, going as far as this private charities’ delivery trucks being tagged with ‘Nazis’, and the target of criticism from German Chancellor, Angela Merkel. USA has as many if … Continue reading Expedient or Productive Solutions?
First off I extend my heartfelt condolences to the Monroe and Jackson families and friends over the needless loss of their loved ones, Jeffrey and Edwin. My writing was motivated by an immigration activist whose name I cannot now remember but well remember her stating that these deaths were not about illegal immigration but rather … Continue reading Condolences to Monroes & Kennedys
President John Fitzgerald Kennedy condemning the inhumane wall built by the communist government of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) was spot on, the very moral statement to make. The Berlin Wall was built by a communist regime to not keep people from entering the GDR but rather thwart East Germans from escaping the totalitarian regime … Continue reading Desired Outcomes and Alternatives to Wall, Please!
They’ve done it, I tell you. They’ve actually done it. Our elected representatives have managed to carve out 800,000 humans living illegally in USA and pit them against my retirement savings. In the interest of clarity, I write specifically about the stand off over DACA, and holding the federal budget hostage if a “clean” DACA … Continue reading DACA vs. My Money?
Ahed Tamimi should answer to the law and be held to account for her assault on an IDF soldier during the course of that soldier dispatching his duties.