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on July 5, 2019 at 11:23 PM / in U.S Politics, United States

The Trump doctrine

Nation leaders’ foreign policies are categorized. But classifying President Trump’s foreign policy is somewhat hard because of an air of confusion around it. In this essay, I dissect the reason for the confusion so you can peer through the smoke of confusion and discern clearly for yourself. Caution: The read is riveting. Enjoy.

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on October 4, 2018 at 10:49 PM / in U.S Politics

Trouble in paradise

The U.S. Senate confirmation hearing for Judge Bret Kavanaugh, which was supposed to be a civil discourse turns ugly when Senator Dianne Feinstein (Democrat) of California reveals that she has a secret letter which alleges that Kavanaugh had sexually assaulted a female 36 years ago when they were both in high school. I weigh in with my scalpel to dissect this political bombshell.

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on November 15, 2016 at 10:06 PM / in U.S Politics, United States

David versus Goliath

Never in modern world politics has the presidential election of any country gotten the world so riveted and on edge like the just-concluded U. S presidential election tug of war between Donald J. Trump (Republican) and Hillary Clinton (Democrat). Going into the campaign the odds were heavily stacked against Trump. Most political observers saw it as a clear and quick win for Clinton the favorite, and that Trump stood no chance. So, when the election was over and Mr. Trump had trounced the favorite most people where left scratching their heads, astonished and wondering what just happened.

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on November 18, 2013 at 4:13 AM / in United States

America’s sitting ducks

Paul Anthony Ciancia on November 1, 2013 embarked on a shooting rampage at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) killing one TSA officer and wounding two. The incident set off a firestorm of controversy whether to arm TSA officers or not. I weigh in with my scalpel and dissect the matter to bring you some interesting underpinnings of the heated controversy. No matter which side of the debate you favor your mind will be pleasantly stimulated when you get to the last word. Enjoy.

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on September 13, 2013 at 4:12 PM / in United States

Obama’s foreign policy quagmire

No one saw it coming. So, when President Obama made his real intention known it caught the world off guard. Quite frankly the surprise wasn’t so much about his refusal to take immediate military action against Syrian dictator, Bashar Assad, for use of chemical weapon in Syria’s civil war; rather, it was the fact that President of the most powerful […]

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on September 5, 2011 at 1:24 PM / in U.S Politics

America’s class war

Let me be clear, I am not a democrat or republican. I am a free thinker not bound to the ideological apron of neither political parties. However, recent attacks on  President Barack Obama by key Republican party figures (including Republican party presidential candidates) have caused me to weigh in on the altercation. Republicans attack Obama and call him a class warrior […]

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