Monthly Archives: October 2011

Herman Cain has Mumbled too much about Abortion.


If he is not more careful, he may abort his candidacy. There has been much discussion about Herman Cain’s positions on abortion and, largely because of them, he is coming to be referred to as a flip-flopper and the flavor … Continue reading

Posted in Abortion, Conservatives, Constitution, Herman Cain, Republican Debates | 13 Comments

New Article on Korean Situation


My most recent article on the situation in Korea was published early this morning at Pajamas Media. Entitled “Is Another Conflict Coming to Korea,”  it has already had more than 8,000 views.

Posted in Kim Dynasty, Korea, Korean Conflict | 1 Comment

The Korean Situation is Highly Complex and Difficult


It’s not your grandfather’s world. In 1910 Korea, long under Japanese military occupation, was formally annexed by Japan. North and South Korea have been divided more or less along the 38th parallel since 1948. This flowed from the 1945 surrender … Continue reading

Posted in China, Korean Conflict, Mao, Stalin | 5 Comments

Is Governor Romney a Christian and Does it Matter?


Governor Romney’s Mormon religion is back in the headlines. The Values Voter Summit in Washington this weekend left no doubt about it: The Mormon issue is back. A Texas pastor’s inflammatory remarks here — calling Mormonism a “cult” — thrust … Continue reading

Posted in Abortion, Agnosticism, Christians, Conservatives, Mormonism, Politics, Religion | 16 Comments

Culex Mosquitoes Declared an Endangered Species.


In a long anticipated announcement, the Federal Insect Board (FIB) today proclaimed that the Culex Mosquito is an endangered species. Since the Culex are small and difficult for lay-persons to distinguish from other types of mosquito, urgent steps are being … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments