The following is the eighth installment in a series of undetermined duration and frequency about life in America after Trump (A.T.). Many departments will need to be rebuilt after Trump is gone; none more so than the State Department. Let’s take a brief look at that today. Continue reading America A. T. – Part Eight
When I talk to young people I tell them if by the time they are forty years old when they look in the mirror if they don’t see their best teacher they did something wrong. I’m not going to sell math short and I agree with the emphasis put on STEM but reading is far and away the most important academic skill. Basically, if you can read you can teach yourself almost anything. Continue reading Last Minute Gift? Give Knowledge
Since this is my first “live blogging” article in nearly two weeks and it is a Sunday you have every right to anticipate a review of the biggest American political story of that time period. There was certainly no shortage of material! Well, today’s article is going to be much different but far from disappointing. Let’s explore. Continue reading October 2019; What A Month!
I have just added War On Peace by Ronan Farrow to the Recommended Reading List. This work by the very young and brilliant Pulitzer Prize winner give a deep dive into American diplomacy and the poor state of the State Department. Farrow is willing to assign fault to friend and foe alike.