Where politics is personal not partisan

Americans and the Problem of Mental Health

June 15, 2017 0

Americans are facing an inconvenient truth, but it has nothing to do with our planet and everything to do with mental health. When I determined that I definitely had to write on this topic, I let my fingers do the […]

No, Not Dating Trans Persons Isn’t “Transphobic”

June 13, 2017 0

The shortsightedness of critics calling people who want honesty in relationships ‘transphobic’ is staggering. Let’s follow the trail to the logical conclusion. In a piece for The Odyssey, Tiffany Berruit writes that transgendered individuals do not have to tell their […]

Scot-itude – The UK Election: A Jolly Shambles?

June 12, 2017 0

In 2014, the world’s eyes were on Scotland. In 2016, the world’s eyes were on the UK and EU. Now in 2017, the future of the UK is still unknown.  Elections come, and elections go. Citizens organize their ballot papers, […]

Iran: ISIS Terrorist Attacks and Mullahs’ Crisis

June 9, 2017 0

ISIS claimed responsibility for the recent attacks in Iran, but it’s important to consider history before offering sympathy to the Iranian regime. For the first time on June 7th ISIS claimed responsibility for staging an attack in Iran, involving a […]

Making Sense of Comey’s Statement on Trump

June 7, 2017 0

James Comey started talking about his experience with President Trump. Now, let’s take a look at what really mattered in his prepared statement. In the rush to get some words out on what former FBI Director James Comey testified to […]

Iran’s Top Officials Signaling Weakness

June 6, 2017 0

Iran’s leaders are criticizing Trump’s recent visit to the Middle East and the resulting agreements. But sanctions and public pressure are having an effect.  Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei lashed out strongly at the Arab coalition and the United States […]

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