Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. ~ Albert Einstein Last week was an interesting week in United States foreign policy. Dennis Rodman visited North Korea and met with its leader, Kim Jong-un ... and the meeting wasn't even planned. Rodman was over there with a group of Harlem Globetrotters doing … Continue reading A look at Dennis Rodman’s basketball diplomacy
Well here we are and the notorious sequester along with its accompanying government dysfunction and nihilistic behavior has arrived. Just when the country is on the right path, on the road to economic recovery (maybe not as fast as most would like) - our beloved elected officials feel it necessary to take their idiotic behavior … Continue reading Sequester: What Obama could have learned from the Hunger Games!
Imagine the world with a week with no discussion of politics, no mention of Washington, or anything Congress. Well it isn't going happen and last week was no exception. So let's jump on the bandwagon of the twenty-four hour news cycle, and discuss the issue of Obama's second term cabinet selections. From liberals we hear … Continue reading Diversity … Obama are you listening?
Here we are entering Day 2 of the post Facebook IPO; and we have a whole lot of Wall Street types in their ivory towers crying in their caviar and truffles. The millions they expected to pocket by doing nothing ... well, didn't happen. In fact, many lost millions. Let's all pull out our violins … Continue reading Impatience … the definition of America’s investment strategy!
On the forefront of political discourse, again - is immigration reform ... or should I say what's the best way to keep out or kick out the Mexicans. And intertwined into this dialogue is jobs. The two seem to be forever at odds with each other. "Them damn foreigners are taking away our jobs!" can … Continue reading “Give us your huddled masses … or maybe not!”