Kamala Harris, Living the American Dream

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Kamala Harris, Democratic Vice-Presidential nominee, is what America’s Founding Fathers had in mind when they drafted the Constitution – and their successors who adopted the 19th-Amendment to the Constitution, that granted women the right to vote. Born in Oakland, California in 1964, to immigrant parents, her mother Shyamala Gopalan, a breast cancer researcher from India, […]

Living a Sino-U.S. Conundrum

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As an American-Hongkonger lawyer-writer living in Hong Kong, China, who writes about the importance of a U.S.-China global partnership to lead the world away from Armageddon, these are indeed trying and troubling times. Stay in Hong Kong Kong with its new security law that is scaring the beejeezuz out of political writers, or head back […]

Why Are Americans Being so Stupid?

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As an American-Hongkonger living in Hong Kong, I am embarrassed being repeatedly asked why Americans are being so stupidly stubborn about face masks and social distancing. This includes conversations with Chinese-Americans and black and white American brothers and sisters in Hong Kong and America. Bottom line, I feel safer living in Hong Kong with its […]

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 […]