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Healthcare Showdown: Taiwan

Guest Post

Here in the states, a debate rages across party lines to determine how we as a country will move forward with our healthcare system. As of now, the United States population is about 91% covered, whether it be public insurance (35%) or private/ employer subsidized (56%). Here, private insurance dominates the market and

2020-06-13T03:17:11+00:00June 9th, 2020|

Marching With The Stars

I had a great experience, a protest march with the stars… the RISING STARS.

It happened more by accident than by a noble sacrifice that more than 1,000 protesters made. They passed near my home. I Wondered in my mind if I might be a misfit. Fortunately, I decided to join the

2020-06-04T02:00:58+00:00June 4th, 2020|

US Invades USA

US Invades Lafayette Park

Remember the ‘FIXER’, Michael Cohen, Trumps personal lawyer who went to prison. He’s the one that said he would “take a bullet” for Trump; but subsequently provided a grave warning. I remember it well.

He said that if Trump is reelected, we will never get him out of

2020-06-12T20:01:04+00:00June 2nd, 2020|

A Salute to the Journalists

A salute to the journalists. I had the misfortune to have a sick day on day 7 of the protests which I now re-frame as a fortunate day. Many of us have seen the wall to wall coverage of the events of the protests.

We are fortunate as a nation to have the depth and instant

2020-06-04T02:31:06+00:00June 2nd, 2020|

The Riots: Crisis or Opportunity

I’ve mentioned the paradox before in my postings whereby some philosophies believe that a crisis also presents an opportunity. Is this crisis good or bad? Is there a silver lining?

Is it really about George Floyd? Or is it about something else? Yes and Yes.

Of course it’s about the injustices rendered by 4 officers, and Floyd’s

2020-06-04T02:08:34+00:00June 1st, 2020|