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Ukraine War Update #3 – Kharkiv

  Finland President Sauli Niinistö told Russian President Vladimir Putin today that it will seek NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) membership – the exact outcome that Putin is trying to prevent. Here is the thing: Niinistö assured Putin that this decision … Continue reading

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War Of Attrition

  President Biden asked US Congress for additional $33 billion Ukraine aids. Of which over $20 billion will be for weapons, ammunition, and other military aid, $8.5 billion in direct economic aid to Ukraine’s government, and additional $3 billion humanitarian … Continue reading

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Ukraine War Update #2 – Mariupol

  Vladimir Putin declares success in taking the Ukraine port city Mariupol in spite of the resistance of the Ukrainian troops that are holding out in a steel plant. Putin needs a victory in his specialized military operation. And taking … Continue reading

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Beyond The Ukrainian War

  Current situation in Ukraine is bad. The Russian invasion is making the country a hell on earth. Destruction of life, property, social infrastructure, and semblance of society are the brutal reality orchestrated by Russian President Vladimir Putin started three … Continue reading

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When Best Is Not Good Enough

  Winston Churchill said, “Sometimes doing your best is not good enough. Sometimes you must do what is required.”  I like his statement on many levels. Too often the statement “doing my best” is used as an excuse rather than … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 12 Dec 2021

As the saying goes – when it rains, it pours.  The Coronavirus pandemic is compounded by the outbreak of tornadoes in the Midwest this week.  The damage is overwhelming and historical in proportion according to Governor Besheare of Kentucky. Our … Continue reading

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Inflation Coming?!

  Inflation is not coming. It is HERE already.  Although, it shouldn’t be a surprise. After all the US government pumped so much money into the public pockets through the stimulus & pandemic relief checks. Not a criticism – most … Continue reading

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Emotional Truth In Action

  Emotional truth is subjective, personal, and deeply rooted.  A good example is President Biden’s decision to pull out American troops from the Afghanistan. Mr. Biden never believed sending in more troops was the solution. Now, we are witnessing his … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 8 Aug 2021

They did it.  The Tokyo 2020 Olympics Summer Games came to a successful conclusion today. Even without any spectators, the Olympians brought superb performances and inspiring human drama in the past three weeks.  They exhibited inspirations and good wills that … Continue reading

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The Tokyo Olympics

  In a few days, the long awaited Tokyo Olympics will begin (on 23 July).  “Long awaited” because this was supposed to be the 2020 Summer Olympic games, delayed a year due to the Coronavirus.  “So it is finally happening,” … Continue reading

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