I had to watch the video. I didn’t want to—I’ve already seen way too many that are eerily similar. But if I’m going to write about it, I need to … Continue reading The Video
While watching an endless loop of depressing headlines the other day, my attention was interrupted by a public service announcement about an organization that promotes conversations about mental illness. The … Continue reading Can We Talk?
Two developments this week have accelerated the assessment that China’s power and influence has plateaued. First, Chinese officials announced that the nation’s population declined last year for the first time … Continue reading The Canary in the Coal Mine?
It has now become clear that Joe Biden, upon his exit from the Vice Presidency in the Obama administration, took classified documents with him to his office at The Penn … Continue reading Beware Moral Equivilency
The tendency in developing my post for this week has been to focus on the chaos underway in the House of Representatives. But I have tried to be more forward … Continue reading Covid in China