Monthly Archives: June 2022

Normalizing The Problem?

  Today is 30 June 2022. Half of this year is history. Let me repeat that, half of the year has already happened. Couldn’t help to wonder if things would be the same in 6 more months? Let’s see: Covid-19 … Continue reading

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Does It Ring True?

Judgement by the court of public opinion should not rests on who has the loudest voice but on answer to the question: does it ring true? “It” being whatever the argument presented. Whether 1) the election in 2020 was stolen … Continue reading

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Church | | State

  The First Amendment to the US Constitution provides the jurisprudence on the separation of church and state. In fact, Thomas Jefferson called it “the great wall of separation between Church and State.” So there is no ambiguity on the … Continue reading

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Fresh Fruit & Vegetables

  Fresh fruit and vegetables are my favorites. They are not only tasty, healthy, but also  inexpensive. But challenge is that they are perishable. So how to keep them fresh is the limiting factor given my fixed refrigerator space. Many … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 26 Jun 2022

Former president Donald Trump’s legacy is like the gift that keeps on giving. To wit, this week the House Jan 6 Committee hearing revealed how much he pressured officials in both  federal and state governments to go along with his … Continue reading

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Legality Vs Morality

  Since the recent Supreme Court rulings, a couple of questions have been swirling in my head: How does legality and morality intersect?  What legal makes it right? For instance, just because it’s legal to carry a concealed handgun, should … Continue reading

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Supreme Court’s Landmark Decisions

  The US Supreme Court has made two rulings in the past two days that shook the country: 1) striking down the New York law on controlling concealed handgun and 2) overturning the “Roe v Wade.”  The first ruling deals … Continue reading

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What’s In An Oath?

  Just finished the fifth Jan 6 Committee Hearing, and my admiration goes to the civil servants in the US Department Of Justice who upheld their oath of office and stood firm  against the pressure from the former President Trump … Continue reading

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Breaking All The Rules

  Let me be clear. I am not advocating lawless conducts nor living dangerously by throwing caution to the winds. By “rules,” I am referring to the social etiquette that we were told, from child to adulthood – wear your … Continue reading

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Is Inflation Bad?

  Inflation has been in the cross-hair of late. Talks of recession and stocks losing its steam have people concerned.  So much so, the Fed (the Federal Reserve) is trying to fight the inflation by raising interest rate. Which has … Continue reading

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