Category Archives: Politics

Week In review – 21 Apr 2019

The weather continues to warm up into the spring in Washington DC this week. It’s safe to wash one’s car and mow the lawn without the threat of snow, salt, or below freezing temperature. However, the changing season does bring … Continue reading

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Is President Above The Law?

The answer, I believe even elementary age students would say, is ‘No.”  And a corollary is we should do what is right. Richard Nixon resigned before he was convicted. His resignation spared the nation the agonizing but necessary process that … Continue reading

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Post Robert Mueller – What Next?

Mueller report is out. The main event that preoccupied Washington political circuits for near two years is done and revealed today. Whether interested in the report or not, one has to be blind, deaf or both to not notice the … Continue reading

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Duopoly

  What’s wrong with our political systems today? was the question on my mind.  The answer I found is “Duopoly.” Googled the word, you will get “a situation in which two suppliers dominate the market for a commodity or service.”  … Continue reading

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To Leave Or Not To Leave (Brexit)

When I thought American bureaucracy is bad, the United Kingdom government is making us look good.  Particularly on its withdrawal from the European Union.  Also known as the Brexit. If the government can’t work out a deal on the Brexit, … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 10 Mar 2019

In the cold month of March, lots of political hot air circulate around Washington DC.  Not that I pay attention to these noises but am always ready for an education on how the politicians get schooled.  To me it is … Continue reading

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Schooling of Politicians

The new 116th Congress has only been in session less than three months.   But some of  the  freshmen class are already making news lately.  Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilham Omar, and Rashida Tlaib are three names come to mind lately. I would … Continue reading

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Hope Is A Function Of Struggle, Part 2

Easy to feel negativism is running rampant.  Not only here at home but around the globe: Teachers revolt, Me Too, Brexit . . .  The list goes on. Seems everyone is fighting; no one trusts each other.  Not even the … Continue reading

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Is Virtual Community Real?

Virtual community such as online social networks is great for information sharing.  Empowered by internet and digital technology, virtual community is information superhighway that covers a wide spectrum of interests and audiences.  Speed, agility, and potential unlimited membership make virtual … Continue reading

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Lost In The Shuffle

Amidst the polar vortex’s visit, most people would stay in and not risk getting freeze to death (21 such fatalities already and counting).  But in this brutal cold, there is a heart warming story about a woman in Chicago booked hotel … Continue reading

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