De-Nationalize and Globalize

The new American flag
I have described in my book, “Liberty on Life Support,” the American economy and the country in general as a comatose patient. There was even a widely circulating cartoon on social media picturing Uncle Sam on a hospital gurney, attached to life support, barely clinging to life. At first glance it may seem a gross exaggeration until you actually look at the national debt clock, understand the true state of the economy, the condition of the socialist and collectivist education driven by Common Core, and the political power and corruption. Continue reading

Witold Gadowski, Polish Journalist, Talks to Fronda.pl About Syrian Refugees

Witold Gadowski Witold Gadowski
Award-winning Polish journalist
Anca Cernea translated on September 26, 2015, an interview given by Witold Gadowski, investigative journalist from Poland, to Jakub Jalowiczor from fronda.pl. Gadowski traveled to Syria and Turkey this past summer as war correspondent to document the “refugees” flooding Europe. http://inliniedreapta.net/adevaratele-victime-ale-statului-islamic-nu-sunt-printre-migrantii-care-vin-in-europa-witold-gadowski/ Continue reading

Legal Relativism and Food Insecurity

In the new “legal relativism” and mob justice atmosphere that uses “social justice” as an excuse to loot and burn down stores in their neighborhoods, Everett Mitchell, the Director of Community Relations at the University of Wisconsin, Madison campus, stated during a discussion panel, “Best Policing Practices,” that prosecuting shoplifters from Walmart and Target is “aggressive police behavior.” Continue reading

Political and Societal Conundrums, Normalizing the Abnormal

As I attempted to discuss politics in my former country, one young cousin commented wryly that individuals are not preoccupied with politics like Americans are; people are too worried about daily economic survival and loss of “entitlements.” Continue reading

2015 Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review (QDDR)

The 2015 Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review (QDDR) was released on April 27. According to the website, it is “a blueprint for U.S. foreign policy.” Following the 2010 review, the 2015 version identifies priorities and reforms needed to “advance the U.S. interests articulated in the 2015 National Security Strategy.” Continue reading

Fashion by Any Other Name Is Still Clothes

Lilly Pulitzer print A typical Lilly Pulitzer print
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and what is pretty and comfortable to some, it is ugly and low class to someone else. We all have different tastes. Aren’t we told all the time that diversity is great?
Not when it comes to clothes. The Washington Post fashion critic excoriated the Lilly Pulitzer for Target line and the brand in general. Continue reading

My radio chat on April 20, 2015 with Silvio Canto Jr. National Blogtalk Radio

We discuss Greece, Chris Christie’s recent comments in New Hampshire about confiscation of Social Security benefits, and income inequality. Unfortunately, the censors at Verizon cut me off at the 32 minute mark. It only happens when I am on air.