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.

Al Gore

“Al Gore Still Believes That He Won the 2000 Election Marlow Stern” And I do too.  

Richard/Elizabeth Woodville

York’s Lord Gloucester, the royal realm’s Protector King Richard 3 for a couple of years: Before’s brother’s, Edward’s, son Could get the kingly sceptre, Entombed in London Tower’s walls With his playmate little brother, Despite their royal mother’s tears That she be their Protector.  

Rhetoric and Thinking

I started reading a CNN sponsored article with the header saying that critics of the president’s tax-paid vacation had it wrong. I immediately assumed it would be about the president’s words captioned on CP24 stating the president during White house renovations would continue working at his N.J. golf club . The CNN sponsorship of this seemingly … More Rhetoric and Thinking

Afghanistan, Britain, New Jersey/The Globe

This morning I put “Donald Trump” into my Apple iPad search engine and got anti president reports from England’s The Guardian and Russian-oligarch-owned , The Independent. Other media organizations also wrote disparagingly of the president. Many were complaining of his travel expenses and apparent laziness. Some told of how his supporters were losing heart and … More Afghanistan, Britain, New Jersey/The Globe