We Were, And Still Are, Poorly Prepared For A Global Pandemic

Some saw the current Coronavirus crisis coming as far out as November of 2019. Some blew the whistle as early as January of 2020. Some media outlets (World Affairs Center) and elected officials (Senator Tom Cotton) urged action in that same time period. But yet here we are in the first week of May still suffering the global repercussions of the Coronavirus outbreak. Why? Because … Continue reading We Were, And Still Are, Poorly Prepared For A Global Pandemic

The Reality of a Kim Jong Un Death

The world has been abuzz for the past few days with yet another potentially shocking turn of events in 2020, after concerns of World War III with Iran, a global pandemic that still continues to grip the world coming from China, reports now indicate that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may either be dead or in a severe coma that he will not wake … Continue reading The Reality of a Kim Jong Un Death

China Must Be Held Responsible for COVID 19

In the month of March, unemployment numbers reached unprecedented numbers in the United States, with nearly 7 million Americans applying for unemployment. As I watch the news, I see NYPD officers, heroes, hold a press conference asking for help while they wear medical face masks to protect themselves from one of the worst enemies to ever hit mankind, a virus, the same virus that has … Continue reading China Must Be Held Responsible for COVID 19

The Eyes of the World Are on the US Senate

Despite the fact that a number of world leaders, including President Donald Trump, are in Davos, Switzerland this week for the World Economic Forum, the world is once again focused on what is going on in Washington DC: the impeachment trial in the US Senate of the President of the United States. The “Leader of the Free World” always has the eyes of every nation … Continue reading The Eyes of the World Are on the US Senate

Don’t Ignore Iranian Protests

It has been an intense few weeks in the Middle East to start off 2020. At the very beginning of the year, Iranian-backed militias attempted to attack the US Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq. A few days later, Iranian General Qassem Soleimani was killed by a US airstrike on his vehicle heading to the Baghdad airport. US officials stated that they had intelligence that Soleimani was … Continue reading Don’t Ignore Iranian Protests