during the last week one of the underground lines I usually take had to shut down their service for an entire day. The reason was simply construction work, which I can observe a lot in Tokyo recently. 466 more words
Editor: This is one of the most important posts I’ve written in a long time, and some of you who subscribe reported that you never received it in your e-mail. 667 more words
This international brokerage event will help you to build up your proposal for final calls of the 2016-2017 Health Work Programme, which will still be open in 2017. 125 more words
Leo Hohmann of World Net Daily, who has over several years become an expert on the UN/US State Department Refugee Admissions Program, has authored what is, I believe, the… 264 more words
Like most American’s, I’ve been eagerly following this nightmarish Presidential Election. I have not been able to get myself enough together to write about it, but trust me, I’ve been talking about it with friends, family, and random people in the street who will listen. 1,963 more words
So says a publication called ‘Facing South.’
I want you to read this story (even if you don’t live in the south).
I found it interesting because of its implication that once again southerners are anti-foreigner, but I do want to make it clear that the concern about pouring third world poverty into any state North, West, East or South is growing, and that it is a concern that was growing long before Donald Trump came on the scene. 176 more words