Last week was another where it is impossible to select the biggest American political story of the week. Today I want to explore a few occurrences that when taken together could have a huge impact. Please come along. Continue reading Distraction Or Impending Disaster?
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Even The “Good News” Is Tainted
It’s a cold (for the South) but sunny morning in the Raleigh metropolitan area as I write this article. I wish I could say the news and outlook in American politics were nearly as sunny. Let’s explore. Continue reading Even The “Good News” Is Tainted
Today’s article is not what has become the boilerplate 9/11 article. However it does deal with a serious threat to world and national security. I have had an idea in my head for several days that I just had to get out into the public. It is more than just “outside the box” and I’m colored way “outside the lines”; with the right people in place and some luck it just might work. It is based on accepting a reality that most Americans simply refuse to accept. Let’s explore. Continue reading Outside
For last week’s biggest story I am simply choosing the timeframe of Tuesday through Friday mornings inclusive. As of this writing (early Friday afternoon) some among us a wondering whether we will make it to this article’s intended publishing of Sunday morning; I’m betting we will. Let’s explore. Continue reading Dueling Insanity
My Memorial Day Fear
Today is Memorial Day in America. It is a national holiday dedicated to honoring our war dead. The first official Memorial Day was held in 1868 and like much of the legacy of the Civil War it had some ugliness to it. While I’m much more of a dove than a hawk I can admit that sometimes wars are necessary. What worries me is that we could easily be led into an unjustified war for no reason other than to provide the current occupant of the White House with a diversion and chance at unifying the country behind him. Let’s explore. Continue reading My Memorial Day Fear