Kim and North Korea in Deep Kimche

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North Korea’s 36-year-old overweight 5’7, 300 pound heavy-drinker-chain-smoking Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un, is MIA. It is rumoured that he is in deep kimche. Either, like Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson, recovering from Covid-19, self-isolating, recovering from heart surgery – or worse. Did Kim, like Johnson, contract the virus from his political interaction with those necessary […]

Is Covid-19 Mother Nature’s Way of Warning Us to Stop Climate Change?

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Climate Change, Covid-19, greenland

Covid-19 has shut down borders, air travel, cruise ships, restaurants, bars, traffic on the roads, people from the streets, closed factories and construction jobs, dramatically reducing the use of fossil fuels and global carbon emissions – not only saving lives, but allowing us to breath healthy clean air and see blue skies. Is this Mother […]

America’s Human & Physical Infrastructure is Third World

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Democratic, federal government, New York, Republican, US

Watching California Governor Gavin Newsom, and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, take matters into their own State’s hands to tackle the Coronavirus pandemic — not wait for the gridlocked partisan federal government – White House, Congress, Bureaucratic Agencies or Supreme Court, is a refreshing reminder of the State Rights given US by the Founding Fathers in the […]

Bail Out People First, Not Corporations

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We the Maids – The People – must sweep in the financial bail out We deserve over the career politicians, cashing in on inside COVID-19 information, and their corporate financial supporters; who took us to the cleaners when the 2008 financial crisis hit; and who are jointly responsible for the cutbacks in health care that has created the health, financial and […]

A Two-Horse Race With A Wagging Dog on the Horizon

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The Democratic Party race to be the party Standard Bearer to determine who will challenge the Commander in Chief, President Trump, has boiled down to a two-horse race between two septuagenarians. Former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders. President Trump commands several military options from the Taliban in Afghanistan, Mullahs in Iran, Bro […]

Super Monday and Tuesday Surprises

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I watched from Israel last week’s chaotic Democratic Debate, before Saturday’s South Carolina’s primary and Super Tuesday, where the contentious political campaigning for last Monday’s third Israeli election in a year, sounded much like the Democratic contenders charges and counter-claims. It was ugly in both countries political trenches. Both elections surprising results reminded me of […]