Essays on politics, current thought, and not so current but pertinent affairs from an older guy’s perspective. I’ve seen very bad ideas advanced in an accessible, conversational tone. I have a fair education. I can write perfectly annotated papers supporting every point with chapter and verse citations.
Archive for the Politics Category
A revealing, dramatic, deeply personal book about the most significant events of our time, written by the former United States Ambassador to the United Nations
Most of the human beings do not own their soul. Most of us even don’t know about that. The wild nature of us will dominate if we do not control it.
This book is a field guide to an important chunk of reality that’s been carefully hidden and wrongly discredited by the media. It reveals an extraordinary movement underway, a battle of epic proportions. If you value the truth, you will want to learn about the QAnon movement and the battle that is being waged on your behalf to protect you and your children from abuse and enslavement.
Follow the life of Ellen Sanders, a senior flight attendant. Experience her joys, her pain, her sorrow! Relive the chilling, eye-opening truth Ellen discovers about her illness!
With so much news and information out there in the media these days, it can be hard to know what to believe. But if someone asked you to explain the origin of your political and social beliefs, could you provide a thoughtful and complete answer? Could you explain why you believe the way you do?
I must admit that the word “tikkunim” has fascinated me for more than ten years, even from the first moment when I heard it. For this reason, Jesse’s book Tikkunim (Corrections) appealed to me more than a book’s title can do. Right after I had started reading it, I understood that the book is mainly indiscriminate radiography of American politic, spiced with global politics too.
In a last ditch effort to revive his career, washed out agent Ari Ben-Sion accepts a mission he never would have 30 years ago, to smuggle a group of Jewish children out of the Damascus ghetto. Or so he thinks. In Damascus, a beautiful American photographer, Kim, seems to be falling in love with Ari, but she is asking too many questions.
Learn about the not so popular opinions and actions POTUSes (POTOSI?) through U.S. history and get a laugh or two while doing so. For the first time, someone has tried to give some examples of the racist things all U.S. presidents have done.
The Future is Now analyses business, manufacturing, leadership, work, society, media, crime and technology while it offer new opportunities for businesses and society as a whole.