Vladimir Putin’s Victory Declaration.

Putin’s victory military parade speech. Putin touts a Russian victory over Ukraine and warns the West to reflect on the lessons of the Cold War. In his victory speech, Putin said, “Russians were united in a sacred fight with the West over Ukraine but the strains of war are evident at one of the mostContinue reading “Vladimir Putin’s Victory Declaration.”

“Zelensky in Finland.”

EU: “Zelensky was visiting NATO’s newest member Finland and meeting other Scandinavian leaders. With their flags behind him, he dismissed the Kremlin drone strike as a Russian false flag operation.” Zelensky said, “We don’t attack Putin or Moscow. We fight on our territory. We are defending our cities.” Aljazeera: “Officials in Moscow rage after allegedContinue reading ““Zelensky in Finland.””

Supreme Court Justice.

With nine Supreme Court Justices, will packing the Court by increasing additional Supreme Court Justices improve ethics, and accentuate fairer rules of court cases? Or is Packing the Supreme Court for the benefit of gaining a favorable partisanship outcome a progressive political aim to weaponize the Court? The Checks and Balances of the three branchesContinue reading “Supreme Court Justice.”

Sudan’s war “Environmental decline.”

As the dead bodies lay in the streets of war-torn Sudan, evacuations are underway with the help of countries assisting evacuees to safety. Countries assisting in the evacuations are Saudi Arabia, Britain, Egypt, Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, Japan, Indonesia, China, India, Canada, Chad, Kenya, Iran, Ukraine, and Russia,and the United States,Continue reading “Sudan’s war “Environmental decline.””

Mayors Fireside chat.”

“Fix the problem, now.” Our Mayors rise to the occasion. Regardless of a city’s prolonged issues; five, ten, or many years of grappling with certain issues, when an African American is elected as the Mayor, demands are emphasized that the problems are immediately fixed, and this expeditious demand is discussed among “Our Mayors” in theContinue reading “Mayors Fireside chat.””

Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo

“The pair were once allies who banded in April 2019 to overthrow former president Omar al-Bashir who ruled Sudan for 30 years. After the coupe’ they agreed to form a transitional sovereignty Council to hand over control to the people of Sudan through a democratic process they promise to form a new civilian government withinContinue reading “Abdel Fattah al-Burhan and Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo”

Taliban in Power.

“The Taliban returned to power in 2021; twenty years after their ouster by U.S. troops.” Celebrating their power to rule, the Taliban leaders boasted “they couldn’t believe how easy it was to overtake Afghanistan government.” Since the Taliban rule, Afghanistan women’s rights and basic services have diminished. https://www.cfr.org/backgrounder/taliban-afghanistan ISIS-K Terrorists return to Afghanistan.” FOXNews: “ISISContinue reading “Taliban in Power.”

China’s Middle East Peace Deal

What are the implications of the China, Iran- Saudi Arabia deal? United States Institute of Peace: “The agreement could have major implications for the Middle East. What does it mean for Beijing’s and Washington’s role in the region and beyond? After decades of enmity and a formal cutting of ties in 2016, the rapprochement hasContinue reading “China’s Middle East Peace Deal”

Truth in International Women’s Day

Sojourner Truth: “Ain’I a Woman? “Born into slavery in 1797, Isabella Baumfree, who later changed her name to Sojourner Truth became the most powerful advocates for human rights in the nineteenth century.” https://www.nps.gov/articles/sojourner-truth.htm “International Women’s Day has been observed since the early 1900s. Great unrest and critical debate were occurring among women. Women’s oppression andContinue reading “Truth in International Women’s Day”

A fight for Democracy. A fight against Tyranny.

President Zelensky: “We express our determination that the democratic cause shall prevail.” “82 years ago on January 6, 1941, with the world at war and America still on the sidelines, President Franklin D. Roosevelt gave one of the most important speeches a president has ever given. His State of the Union address now commonly knownContinue reading “A fight for Democracy. A fight against Tyranny.”