Today as I searched out the latest on ISIS I came upon a linked article dated June 11, 2015 that repeats that axiom of recent history “Power Corrupts and Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely” expressing a belief that scarcely anyone with a grade eight education would think of challenging: it’s everywhere in the air on the … More Power
Remaining Lisi Ford police documents released on November 27, 2013 Posted on December 6, 2013by peterderemigis November 5, 2013 Documents available today are at https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/885627-rob-ford-unredacted-ito-pages.html . None of the court documents pertaining to Mayor Ford, Mr. Lisi and others is the famed crack cocaine video seen only by two Toronto Star reporters 3 times; … More
Today June 7, 2015 I remember a Mr. Lisi who was linked to Mr. Rob Ford, former GTA mayor, when Canada’s media opposed Mr. Lisi in court and sought to expose a video showing Mr. Ford ingesting “crack” , an apparent low-grade of cocaine. The video still hasn’t materialized though a May 8 Toronto Star … More That Video
Culture Clash? Inspired by reading that Confucius’ “Book of Songs” contained poems that offered China’s ancient ruler a way to govern better by presenting the sentiments of China’s populace expressed by a variety of poets, I began imagining American movies and American literature as means of revealing elements of American society. Last week I saw … More Culture Clash?
In the Heat of the Night, 1967 Movie Last Saturday, July 27, 2013, I felt compelled to again watch the 1967 movie, In the Heat of the Night. This movie won Academy awards for the best actor and for the best movie. Its theme about racial prejudice in a small southern town was obvious. But … More In the Heat of the Night, 1967 Movie