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Week In Review – 20 Sep 2020

In the world of fake news and avalaching social media, maintaining one‘s presence of mind beomes more challenging. To wit Coronavirus is on a rebound in Europe and not going away anytime soon. US general election is 44 days away. Along … Continue reading

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Second Wave

  Just when people starting to think life is getting back to normal, the Coronavirus is again  flaring up in Europe after a dip in June.  The weekly cases of infection has surged and surpassed the rate in March when … Continue reading

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And The Winner Is?

  Less than 50 days to election and, I could not honestly tell who will be our next president.  My dilemma has more to do with the identity crisis of the American people and less with the candidates themselves. You … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 13 Sep 2020

Labor Day marked the end of summer, schools restarting, and this year the kick-off of the final push toward the November general election.  Sadly, the coronavirus has not let up: number of people infected 29M/ 6.7M (world/US) and died 926K/198K. … Continue reading

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9/11 – 19 Years Later

  Nineteen years in no way measures up to the feelings of the 9/11. Nineteen years gone by deceptively, but the feelings linger. The feelings still tender, raw, and jarring. But to the eighteen year old and younger, it’s only … Continue reading

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Independent Voters United?

; Fifty-five days to the general election. Do you know whom are you going to vote for? The picture may be more complex than it appears. Or maybe not. Especially when it comes to the independent voters. In terms of … Continue reading

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Faux Commander In Chief

; Calling fallen soldiers who gave their lives to protect this country “losers,” “babies,” and “suckers” is way beyond decency even if one does not understand what motivated the soldiers.  Especially when that person is the President, the Commander In … Continue reading

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Value Of Labor

  There is value in labor. It makes one appreciate things. Nothing comes about without someone‘s labor. We just take them for granted. Appreciate the sweats from working hard. Labor is what our world builds on and depends. How is … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 6 Sep 2020

Some has called year 2020, “the year of no good.” A bit pessimistic to my liking.  Like a balancing act, life throws us many curve balls along the way.  It’s up to us to choose how we respond. Instead of … Continue reading

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Summer Of Discontent

  Riot is a four-letter word that many find uncomfortable and objectionable.  But why does riot persists?  The George Floyd protests which has been going on since May, 100 days consecutively, is now spreading nationwide and counting.  Why do peaceful … Continue reading

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