Monthly Archives: April 2014

Diaoyu Island – The Truth

This is a very good 40-minute documentary done by a well-known director in the US.  There are some disturbing graphic images of war-time atrocities perpetrated by the Japanese.  But it is important that you be adequately informed on the historical facts behind the current tensions in East Asia. More importantly, we had better not […]

The Obama Legacy – Doublewood

When I read this headline “A Catastrophe Like No Other” in the WSJ, I thought it was about American foreign policy. I don’t live in the US to be able to appreciate what the Obama years of political showbiz will do to our future domestically.  I am thankful, however, that Obamacare does not (yet) apply to […]