Is President Trump acting beyond the constraints of the American constitution?

If he is, the U.S.A. is a nation-state that does not have the right to determine who can legally pass its boarders. Do all countries lack that constitutional right? Or has a custom arisen that permits anyone who wants to enter the U.S.A. to do so, and to denigrate anyone with the temerity to say … More Is President Trump acting beyond the constraints of the American constitution?

When did it happen?

President Trump and supporters are too late. The world has changed. Citizens used to be of a nation. Today people are citizens of world government. Whenever Canada’s government acts in the interest of a Canadian overseas I’ve often  been surprised that the Canadian was originally a citizen born in the country they needed protection from. … More When did it happen?

Science Squares

Last week women were marching; I assumed it was to demonstrate their aversion to President Trump. An online header dated January 27, 2017 indicating that scientists were preparing to march as well presumably yo demonstrate disapproval of Republican President Trump’s unscientific opinions. Whenever I see President Trump’s or his supporters’ outlook being condemned as unscientific … More Science Squares

Is there a positive or at least an objective U.S. opinion out there?

At 8:30 am on January 29, 2017 when I put “travel ban” into the Google search box  the following  3 headers are at the top of page 1 search results. Two are from Canada and the top item is from The Guardian of Britain. Donald Trump defends Muslim-countries travel ban amid protests: ‘our country needs … More Is there a positive or at least an objective U.S. opinion out there?

Is Britain’s online media the royal opposition?

When I put “donald trump” into the Jan. 29 Google box, the top item on the first search results page was from Britain’s The Guardian with its “Cowardly and Dangerous” header dated Jan. 28. On the next results page the top three headers are from British online media masters.   Latest updates as president’s executive … More Is Britain’s online media the royal opposition?