Editorials: Chinese numbers, and Stay at home

The United States has vast satellite imaging and communications intercept abilities, and people adept at analyzing data that are picked up. However, also a pathological liar as a commander in chief. US Department of Defense image. China’s numbers, and everyone else’s Public health statistics are not an exact science in the best of situations. A […]

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Editorials: Rude questions; and Fake news

White men in suits demonstrating their disregard for health protection measures. When called to account many deaths from now, which of them will plead insanity? White House photo, via Wikimedia. Rude questions Is this or that prominent and elderly politician deranged, or suffering from dementia? It’s a totally rude sort of question. Over the years […]

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Editorial, The creed

The famous works of American labor leader Rose Schneiderman, born into a Jewish family in Poland, during the 1912 strike of women textile workers in Lawrence, Massachusetts. Schneiderman, like many other leftists, aligned herself with Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal, serving as part of the president’s “brain trust” and counting first lady Eleanor Roosevelt as […]

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Editorials: #PresidentSanders, and No sport

President Sanders for the USAPanama will gain by that too Donald Trump is the one who invites foreign powers to interfere in his country’s politics. Not us. The USA should run its own affairs without Russian, Ukrainian or other external interference, and Panama should likewise keep its political decisions Panamanian. By law, only US citizens […]

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