I’m not alone and I know I’ve used Buffalo Springfield’s 1966 hit, For What It’s Worth, on more than one occasion as the jumping off point in an article. The line I (and others) most commonly use is not the one I use today. Today it is, “Nobody’s right if everybody’s wrong.” That is not completely accurate and my topic is the Hamas-Israel war and both its larger history and implications.
Timestamp: Monday morning.
I included a timestamp because the current situation in Israel is dynamic but I really want to discuss the root problems which are decades and in some cases centuries old. Continue reading Roots
Before I get into politics, I’d like to address a few other things. To those of you who celebrate it, a Happy Kwanzaa! Happy Boxing Day (I know that’s primarily a Canadian and UK holiday). A special shout out to my English friends – well I will benefit too – enjoy the restart of the English Premier League. I know I will! Continue reading A Dangerous Mulligan
There are a lot of things I like about being my own boss on this blog. One of them is that I can write about whatever I choose to. Well almost. Frustration number one is that there never seems to be enough time and space to cover everything I would like to. Frustration number two is that often I am writing about people I don’t want to. The prime example is Donald Trump however, today it is Elon Musk.
I have a lot of observations and insights to share today so here we go.