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NORTH KOREA – CAN A DOG CHANGE HIS SPOTS

For several years I have been quit vocal about North Korea and how it had been running under the radar when it came to public awareness of it harsh policies. 775 more words

AN UNEDUCATED BACKWOODS COMMON MAN – CORRECT?

The United States, for that matter the world, places a high value on formal education. While education discloses an individual’s desire to learn and identifies a dedication to obtain a formal edification it is not a measure of intellect nor does it always guarantee a road to success. 793 more words

MEXICAN RIVIERA SECURITY

Bonnie and I just returned from our yearly trip to Mexico with our good friends the Davidsons. Dire tourism reports that were circulating on social media and gossip groups would make a traveler believe that the area from Isle Majeures and Cancun resort towns in the north and then south a hundred miles to Tulum would be under tight security. 848 more words

MEXICAN RIVIERA TOURISM

Bonnie and I just returned from our yearly trip to Mexico with our good friends the Davidsons. Dire tourism reports that were circulating on social media and gossip groups would make a traveler believe that the area from Isle Majeures and Cancun resort towns in the north and then south a hundred miles to Tulum would be virtually empty. 591 more words

SYRIA HIT

This will appear in the Farmerville Gazette, Farmerville, Louisiana, the week of June 15th.
Last week I wrote about the Syrian conflict, how Russia was using Syria as a Putin/Russian pawn and how President Trump had some major decisions to be made. 696 more words

THE MID-EAST: A BIG CHESS GAME

This was published in the Farmerville Gazette, Farmerville, Louisiana on April 11 2018, two days before the coalition strike against Syria.
If I had an opportunity to bet I would wager that Russia’s new demagogue is a chess player. 692 more words

SEPARATION OF STATE AND RELIGION?

We live in a wonderful country and this country is made of laws. Many of these laws are derived from social norms and customs brought to America from far off lands or laws that are made to protect its’ citizens from harsh lands that the new immigrants left behind. 754 more words