Category Archives: Politics & Religion

 Kicking leaves

Funny how love is. It can be sudden, or a life long journey, building along the way. Fact is we are always slaves to this emotion. How do we deal with it? Interesting thought. We cannot , because our instincts show us “direction” I once promised a lover that each autumn I would walk in […]

 Consequences of being uninformed at election time

This blog is a follow on from Laurie’s blog about the US midterm election but with a UK twist. It’s about being informed about policies which have far reaching consequences rather than the negatives which we have become used to. In our coming election there will much talk about immigration the economy, the NHS and […]

 Thoughts on the Election

(from the New York Times, Nov. 5, 2014) EDITORIAL Negativity Wins the Senate By the Editorial Board, Nov. 5, 2014 Republicans would like the country to believe that they took control of the Senate on Tuesday by advocating a strong, appealing agenda of job creation, tax reform and spending cuts. But, in reality, they did […]

 Over 50 Employment?

Hello all and how is your day? Well, to start with this is not a “rant” as much as it is a statement of fact that this country is going to hell in a hand-basket! When the educated, hard working/learned the business inside and out/older worker is no longer valued and instead a snot nosed […]


An exert from the writings of Stephan Colbert: “The Real Question is : are America’s best days behind us?” Of course they are, and always have been. We have the greatest history of History. But never forget, our best days are also ahead of us, and always will be. Because America also has the Greatest […]

 July 4th

I shall try to be brief here, as not many words are allowed, but all of those words will be in praise of the U.S.A, this, and everyday. As a Canadian, i feel a certain kinship with the U.S, as we are each other’s largest trading partners, share the longest undefended border in the world, […]

 To Whom Does The Land of Israel Belong?

An Israeli Sense of Humor at UN set the record straight. An ingenious example of speech and politics occurred recently in the United Nations Assembly and made the world community smile. A representative from Israel began: ‘Before beginning my talk I want to tell you something about Moses: When he struck the rock and it […]