Category Archives: Current Affairs
Sessions’ ‘I never lie … I always tell the truth‘? That must be the biggest, largest, greatest whopper of a lie in history. It’s all on record now. Advertisements
Roughly a year after Trump got himself elected, the New York Times headlines its article “A year after Trump, Diversity has its day!” He is not my president. It is not my country. I did not vote. Yet I am … Continue reading
Trump’s choice for US Commerce Secretary, now also known to be in business with the Putin family, urged the UK to get rid of EU rules, laws, regulations.
After watching Dotard Don stuff carps in Japan, my friend and I wondered what the rest of his magical mystery tour might bring. We were sipping tea – Oolong. We were also munching over developments concerning Don’s Duck House across … Continue reading
Attacking one’s neighbour, should never be condoned. However, in the current political climate and daily revelations of what this US government is up to and consists of … Perhaps people getting irked enough to start trashing a politician should come … Continue reading
Kellyanne the Con was nearly right about having to be careful chatting up one’s microwave. Now Conway may well turn out to be kind of right about her non-existing Bowling Green Massacre after all. There has been a Bowling Green … Continue reading
Just in case you missed it: zero happened! All were, are, will be very low-level members or volunteers. Of course, none of them did, do and will ever belong to the circle Trump moved and moves and will move in.
Trump bragged about being responsible for releasing all documents related to JFK’s murder last week. As usual with Donny Braggard, his claims were far removed from reality and the truth. The declassification had been scheduled long before his wild claims.
Pussy Riot was ‘at it again’. Monday, members of the feminist art and protest group stormed what by some is dubbed the p*ssy-grabber’s replacement p**is, located in New York.
I have no problem with what is happening to Mr. Weinstein and his company. I’ve had to deal with far too many similar men to worry too much about him or his company.