A Bittersweet Birthday

A tribute to our recently departed founding editor, and our friend, Anthony Rizzuto. Birthdays, they’re supposed to be “happy.” Cake with candles, balloons, presents and friends and family singing.  We hope that is how you are spending your first birthday in Heaven my dear.  I like to picture […]

THE RAIN IN UKRAINE

Collusion, Illusion and Confusion… Trump “colluded” with Ukraine? That’s funny, according to Politico, Ukraine tried to prevent Trump’s ascent to office, and in fact, the Ukrainian regime in office during the 2016 elections supported Hillary, not Trump. Meanwhile, Joe Biden secured a cushy pay-to-play absentee board seat for […]

The Cold World War

The rise of China as a world power has been one of those phenomena we see, and don’t notice, or don’t want to notice. From exploiting aggregates and minerals in Africa, to farming and fishing on the Siberian coastline, from supplying internal interactive media hardware to the British […]

IMMIGRANTS vs. GIMMEGRANTS

It is just plain wrong to claim that children born of parents who are temporarily in this country as students, tourists or illegal aliens are automatically U.S. citizens. They do not meet the 14th Amendment’s jurisdictional and allegiance obligations. They are, in fact, subject to the political jurisdiction […]

THE ROAD TAKEN

“Anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that ‘my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.“ Isaac Asimov Just because our founding documents codify the humanistic and fundamentally monotheistic concept that […]

FRIENDS IN DEED

What is a friend? Someone once quipped that the difference between friends and family is that we get to choose our friends. How many of us have had “friends” who have disappointed us with their harsh behavior? Over the last several years, so many friends of mine have […]