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The Art in Politics

The Art in Politics

    By Sigrid Weidenweber In the new Democrat Theater of the absurd—a nameless whistleblower with lawyer-scripted complaint—I came, while reading my morning pensum of Wall Street Journal news, upon a truly intriguing and even funny article, astounding in its dramatic perception. It’s title “Would Shakespeare Impeach Trump,” instantly caught my attention. My fertile mind […]

Traveling through Time – Remember | Observations During a Europa Trip (Part V)

Traveling through Time – Remember | Observations During a Europa Trip (Part V)

    By Sigrid Weidenweber   As we observed in previous reports, every country visited by our ship shows the scars and psychological wounds of WW II together with residual damage from Russian and Communist occupation and governance. Henceforth we will travel through countries that were involved in the war but were spared Soviet occupation […]

Learning from History | Observations During a Europa Trip (Part IV)

Learning from History | Observations During a Europa Trip (Part IV)

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Further travel along the Danube leads to Budapest and Vienna, the two pearls of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. This empire consisted of a union constituted in 1867, by which each country retained its sovereignty for all matters of public governing but had conjoint oversight for matters in foreign and military affairs. […]

Spotlight | Observations During a Europa Trip (Part II) The Danube

Spotlight | Observations During a Europa Trip (Part II) The Danube

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Europe is proud of the Danube. At 1,775 miles long, it is Europe’s longest River after the Volga. It flows through ten countries while the Volga only flows through Russia proper. It is interesting to note that, like the invaders in historical times, Communism moved along the countries of the […]

Historical Context | Observations During a Europa Trip (Part I)

Historical Context | Observations During a Europa Trip (Part I)

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Dear Reader, in case you noticed the absence of my opinion pieces from the Citizen’s Journal and, by chance wondered what happened—I enjoyed a month-long river cruise on Europe’s water ways. My family was with me, and I will note some of their comments along-side my own. Our trip began […]

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 […]

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