The Truth Beneath the Downing of Flight MH 17

            The one year anniversary of the downing of MH17 arrived today, July 17th, accompanied by reinforcing social media “evidence” that Putin did it. Make no mistake about it, irrefutable evidence culled from Twitter texts about Putin’s culpability has as much credibility as Tweets about the drug use, paranoia, and anorexia of movie star Brittany Murphy who […]

Congressional Circus Charades

        What’s happening in this country of ours?         A most bizarre confluence of events has invaded our political scene and yet the response is overall lukewarm complacency, lethargic resignation, or the usual relentless drive towards more entertainment and escape from reality.         A man, an indictable war criminal, from a country that earlier this last year slaughtered over […]

Freedom of Speech

   Well, first off, Jewish American Princess (JAP) is one thing, calling a Japanese person a Jap is another. I tend not to use names that offend but do feel that people should have the right to use them. Otherwise the idea of freedom of speech becomes quite dicey.    Name calling or words have only […]

The Hypocritical Deceits of Buffoons

John Kerry’s recent statement that “You just don’t in the 21st century behave in 19th century fashion by invading another country on a completely trumped-up pretext,” has to be regarded as an Orwellian classic___referring to the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. But this takes the cream_”Bigger nations must not be allowed to bully the small,” president (Obama) says. […]

John Kerry, Secretary of State: a corrupt plutocrat & petty fascist unmasked by Snowden

John Kerry has spent most of his political career masquerading as a liberal, but recent events have continued to unmask him as another psychotic plutocrat with nothing but contempt for the Constitution, democracy, American citizens and the rule of law.   On August 1, 2013 Kerry made the claim that the Egyptian Army restored democracy […]

Why is the US Ambassador to Ecuador, Adam Namm doing an about face on freedom of the press in Ecuador: The Freedom Foundation and the CIA

In 2012 the US Ambassador to Ecuador, Adam Namm felt strongly that there was freedom of expression in the country.  In an interview with Ecuadorian paper, The Telegraph on June 23, 2012, the U.S. Ambassador in Ecuador found that there was not just freedom of expression in the small country, but “a lot of freedom […]