Hindsight is 2010

17 Oct

After September’s unpresidential debate, see Presidential Debate Shit Show, we’ve seen Corona Virus (aka SARSCov2/ COVID19) take center stage. This is partly due to President Trump and some folks who attended the Supreme Court nomination announcement for Judge Amy Coney … Read More »

Presidential Debate Shit Show

30 Sep

The first debate between President Donald Trump and former VP Joe Biden happened last night. Susie and I watched with our youngest, who is studying remotely this term. To say the debate was more an argument with some themes thrown … Read More »

Increased Hacking Attempts

25 Sep

As we edge closer to the November elections, I have noticed a disturbing trend. In addition to the partisan screaming from both Democrats and Republicans, I’ve noticed the location and number of attacks trying to gain administrator access to my … Read More »

World Zionist Congress Results

11 Sep

This year was the first time I voted in the World Zionist Congress Elections. This was the organization’s 38th election. Surprisingly, I was unaware prior to this election that I could even vote, let alone do so via the internet. … Read More »

The Promising Pathways Act (S.3872)

22 Aug

Back in May, I participated in the Head to the Hill event. The focus was to urge congressional representatives and senators to fund vital research and clinical trials that target brain cancer, like Glioblastoma Multiforme. On July 22nd, Glioblastoma Awareness … Read More »

UAE-Israel “Peace for Peace” Deal

20 Aug

There has been a lot of articles over the last week about the United Arab Emirates and Israel will be signing a peace accord that includes full normalization between the two countries. Many people who are vehemently anti-Trump have tried … Read More »

Identity Politics

25 Apr

I recently learned the university our son attends, California Polytechnic State University, is experiencing a myriad of clashes related to identity politics.  An excellent summary of recent events, responses and an analysis can be found on the Times of Israel website: BSU … Read More »

A war we still have not learned to fight

11 Sep

Today is the sixteenth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.  Three thousand people died.  It was up close and personal for many of us, especially for those who live or who have family/ friends in New York, Pennsylvania and the DC … Read More »

Is change in the wind?

18 Jan

Under President Obama a lot has transpired over the last eight years.  Many Americans are at arms that Donald Trump will become President at the end of this week.  I have heard of organized protests around inauguration and even some states preparing … Read More »

2016 VP Debate in Virginia

5 Oct

Last night, I watched Governor Mike Pence and Senator Tim Kaine participate in the 2016 Vice Presidential Debate.  This debate was held in Virginia, where Mr. Kaine is a US Senator.  Overall, I think both did a good job.  I … Read More »

US 2016 Election Obfuscation

27 Aug

In today’s Times of Israel website, there are two op ed blog postings that argue why each of the mainstream US political parties are pro-Israel.  You can find them at: Might as well give up trying to paint Democrats as … Read More »