What have we missed by hyperfocusing on the daily news surrounding the President and the attendant absurdities of American politics? This time it’s a brewing conflict within the world’s largest democracy.
As those of you who have either read my posts before or know me personally may know, I’m not a big fan of the current American presidential administration. However, I’m someone who truly dislikes when people cannot seem to acknowledge when even those politicians they despise or disagree with consistently do something right. Today, and over the past week or so, the Trump administration has done something quite good, and has done it far better than the Obama administration had in a very similar situation. What, you may ask, has the Trump administration done so well?Read More »
In all of the (deserved) fuss about the recently-passed Senate tax bill, an important development in American foreign relations and global geopolitics just may get lost in the shuffle. That critical change? Read More »
Today, November 21, 2017, will go down in African history as Zimbabwe’s second Independence Day, as the nation’s only leader to this point, 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe, resigned in a letter to the country’s Parliament just as they were in the midst of impeachment proceedings. Crowds in Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare, have been in riotous celebrations ever since the news broke earlier today, as their 37-year quest to seek new leadership in their artificially-impoverished nation has finally come to fruition.Read More »