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Children in Politics

Children in Politics

    By Sigrid Weidenweber All my life I have heard the Siren Song of the Democrats, “We must do this—it’s for the children.” Or…”Let’s push this law through—it’s for the children.” And, “We need this money—it’s to save the children.” However, at the end of the day, the slogans were, and are, without real […]

Once Again, the European Elites Meddle in the Middle East’s Fate

Once Again, the European Elites Meddle in the Middle East’s Fate

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Germany, headed by Mrs. Merkel, is once again taking the lead to undo American policy. Although well aware of the breaches committed by Iran against the Obama/Europe/Iran nuclear agreement, the EU’s elitists are ready to undermine the U. S. sanctions placed on Iran. Germany’s foreign minister was greeted on Monday, […]

The Significance of the Hong Kong Protests

The Significance of the Hong Kong Protests

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Anyone following the news lately has been apprised of Hong Kong’s major revolt. On Sunday, June 9, 2019 more than a million people, or one in seven residents in this city, protested in the streets. They march in protest of a new draconian law put forth by the Communist Chinese […]

Oysters Carrying Herpes Are Slated to Arrive in America

Oysters Carrying Herpes Are Slated to Arrive in America

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Although I love food, I do not have often an interest in its production. But, yes, dear readers your eyes have not deceived you—I am writing about oysters and herpes. On Wednesday, May 22, 2019 an article in the Wall Street Journal caught my eye that may have eluded your […]

The Democrats in History’s Merciless Eyes

The Democrats in History’s Merciless Eyes

    By Sigrid Weidenweber I imagine that in another thirty years historians will, with intense scrutiny, write a review of the Democratic party. Perhaps they come to the self-same conclusions some of us are drawing now. It seems that this party, once so integral to America’s system of governance, has, in the pursuit of […]

How to Self-segregate And Reap Big Rewards

How to Self-segregate And Reap Big Rewards

    By Sigrid Weidenweber I can still remember the day when Martin Luther led the march on Washington to end racial segregation. I also remember the first walk of black students into a white school—surrounded by armed police officers. Imagine my chagrin, when, over times, I heard rumors that reverse segregation was taking place […]

America’s Utopian Afghan Policy

America’s Utopian Afghan Policy

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Between the years of 1980 and 1990 my husband and I led American Aid for Afghans, an NGO (Non- Governmental Organization), invested in ending the Russian occupation of Afghanistan. According to Stalinist doctrine, I paraphrase: “a country once led by a Communist government, even temporarily, must remain Communist always, no […]

The Enemy Among Us

The Enemy Among Us

    By Sigrid Weidenweber President Trump assumed office and, shortly thereafter, he began to speak often and forcefully against China’s tactics, stealing trade secrets and assuming ownership of American technology used in products sold in China. However, that seems to be the least of the administration’s worries when one examines the documentation of U. […]

America Defeats the International Criminal Court with an Elegant Gesture

America Defeats the International Criminal Court with an Elegant Gesture

    By Sigrid Weidenweber The International Criminal Court at its inception was the brainchild of lawyers, mostly of the European Union and the United Nations. The notion of an overarching judicial body to adjudge the world’s most heinous crimes seemed an attractive, logical solution to crimes so enormous, to be deemed crimes against all […]

CAGW—Citizens Against Government Waste

CAGW—Citizens Against Government Waste

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Most of us have heard, many times, how government institutions and offices have wasted and, yes, allowed larcenous people to defraud Medicare, Welfare, Social Security, Healthcare and any other number of government-administered programs. Add to that the waste occurring in the military, in Congress and any other program funded with […]

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