Haves and Have Nots

June 13, 2016 earlier this year television news reported that Ontario’s or Toronto’s sunshine list of employees earning one hundred thousand a year had increased by several thousand since last year despite Ontario’s efforts to limit wage growth. Lately, maybe because politicians on both sides of the Canada United States border sympathizing with the plight of the middle class, and dismissing “the working class” as reported in U.S., and Canada, I’ve begun thinking that maybe its the middle class and neither the working class nor the filthy rich like Mr. Trump and the Clintons who are responsible for the rise of haves and have-nots here in North America. … More Haves and Have Nots

The President’s Monologue

If it wasn’t for Canada’s CP24 I wouldn’t have learned about President Trump’s monologue: It was a total disaster and as “evidence” I saw Jimmy Kimmel standing by and Michael Moore’s face looking very upset. Great reporting!

Who’s in charge?

North America’s ability to deal with communist North Korea is limited by commercial and manufacturing arrangements with communist China.

Rule of Law/Belief

  I published what follows soon after the president’s executive order(s) seeking a pause in re-admitting citizens from 7 Middle East nations were halted by a judge who said he was performing his constitutional duty by halting the application of the president’s executive order because of the U.S. constitution’s guarantee of equal rights. Amendment 14, … More Rule of Law/Belief

The Pacific

In all the blather  arguing that China has the power to stop North Korea’s nuclear threats none question China’s interest in doing so. None remind of China’s growing influence in the Pacific where only the U.S. can interfere and where China’s old enemy Japan once dominant is  now weaponless and fearing threats from the north.