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The Will of the People Thwarted (Italy & Missouri)

PLEASANT HILL, MAY 29, 2018 – Two event reported today show how thin the veneer of “The Will of the People” truly is in the supposed democracies of this world.  It is not an issue reserved for major countries, it… Continue Reading →

EpiPen – Unchallenged Greed and Government Intervention

LEE’S SUMMIT, SEPTEMBER 28, 2016 – EpiPen, Mylan, Heather Bresch, all terms that have become part of the public vernacular and are blamed on Capitalist Corporate Greed:  What is missed is that one company’s greed is checked by their competitor’s… Continue Reading →

When and Why Nationalism Beats Globalism

Trump vs. Hillary Is Nationalism vs. Globalism, 2016

Summit: Peña Nieto Invites Trump to Meeting

Hanjin Shipping in Troubled Waters

Futbol Is So Frustrating It Makes It So Unique and Fun to Watch

LEE’S SUMMIT, JUNE 23, 2014 – In the world of soccer (futbol for me) there are certain constants, just like in every other sport: 1 – Good Team Lose Great games 2 – Good Teams find a way to win… Continue Reading →

U.S. and Iran May Work Together

Iraq has been at war for most of the past 30 years starting with the Iran-Iraq War in the 1980s. It is unfortunate, that after a nearly decade long war, Iraq is once again under siege. This time however, Iran… Continue Reading →

FIFA and the Cost

As the FIFA World Cup is underway in Brazil there have been protests in the streets crying out against the $11 billion spent to bring the event to the country. Eleven billion dollars is a lot for any country to… Continue Reading →

The Desertion in Iraq: An Interview with a Soldier

Today, parts of Iraq are under siege. The attackers are a group called the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). The group originated in Iraq in 2011, according to The Economist, and has since appended Syria to its name… Continue Reading →

Hosting International Students – Why Do it?

LEE’S SUMMIT, SEPTEMBER 17, 2012 – Earlier this summer the phone rang and the question was: Would you be willing to host a student from Central Europe for two weeks?  Fortunately Tina answered the phone, and then Sarah was involved… Continue Reading →

Foreign Policy, Perhaps no longer Obama Strength

LEE’S SUMMIT, SEPTEMBER 15, 2012 – Middle East unrest, conflicting messages, apologies, allies who aren’t then are again but maybe not, and the death of Americans serving their country all just one weak after the Democratic National Convention in North… Continue Reading →

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