Due to the controversy about U.S. President Trump’s immigration policy being stringently imposed recently by his Attorney General Jeff Sessions, First Lady Melania Trump flew to Texas today to visit immigrant families stopped at the U.S.-Mexico border. She wore a knee length, lime-colored, teenage jacket that said in painted white letters on the back, “I really don’t care. Do u?” It raised a lot of eyebrows. People wondered what she meant by wearing a garment with that statement. It’s implication… Read more

Nikki Haley, the U.S.’s UN Ambassador to the UN, announced yesterday that the U.S. is withdrawing its membership from the UN Human Rights Council. She called it “an organization that is not worthy of its name.” But like her boss, U.S. President Donald Trump, she was light on reasons other than her constant criticism of the UN regarding its perceived ill treatment of Israel. That’s really the reason. If it wasn’t for that, I doubt Trump would do it. Once… Read more

Paul Krugman’s op-ed in today’s New York Times is alarming. It’s entitled “Fall of the American Empire.” Rather, than “Make America Great Again,” Krugman alleges that U.S. President Donald Trump is quickly eroding American moral principles that made it great, thus doing the opposite. The following are excerpts from Krugman’s piece: “The U.S. government is, as a matter of policy, literally ripping children from the arms of their parents and putting them in fenced enclosures (which officials insist aren’t cages,… Read more

Brooks Koepka won his second successive U.S. Open title today. He bogeyed the last hole to shoot 68 and still win by one stroke over Tommy Fleetwood. He was an early finisher in the clubhouse with a U.S. Open record-tying 63 today for a four-round total of 282, two over par. In the modern era, Koepka’s successive U.S. Open titles tied Curtis Strange (1988-1989 and Ben Hogan (1950-1951). Long-haired Fleetwood missed setting a new record with a 62 by missing… Read more

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke out Thursday in defense of the Trump administration’s handling of our immigration laws. The government is treating newly immigrant families by separating children from their parents for weeks. Many Americans are greatly disturbed about this, especially Christians. They are citing biblical passages which they think command otherwise by showing empathy, etc. Sessions said Thursday in response to “church friends” that “I would cite you to the Apostle Paul and his clear and wise command… Read more

Dustin Johnson lost his four-stroke lead today in the U.S. Open, shooting a seven-over par 77 to finish in a four-way tie for first place with a 213 stroke total. He is tied with defending champion Brooks Koepka, who shot 72, and both Tony Finau and Daniel Berger who shot a course-blistering 66. Finau and Berger took advantage of benign conditions of less wind and smoother greens by playing about four hours earlier than the leaders did. That’s the unfairness… Read more

Just minutes ago, at the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club on Long Island, New York, superstar Phil Mickelson very uncharacteristically hit a putt on a green past the hole that was going to speed up going downhill, and perhaps roll off green, and Phil ran to the moving ball and hit it back at the hole, past the hole. He then two putted from there. At the moment, it was unknown whether he made an 8 or a… Read more

Dustin Johnson–the tall, slim, dark-bearded, #1 pro golfer in the world with the swagger walk, rugged look, and Western gunslinger demeanor–grabbed a four stroke lead with a 36-hole total of 136, four under par, in the 118th U.S. Open staged this week at the historic Shinnecock Hills GC, Long Island, New York, today half way through the tournament that he won two years ago. Not to be counted out is Charlie Hoffman, tied for second at even par 140. He’s… Read more

The Southern Baptist Convention is going on this week. They are the largest non-Catholic church denomination in the U.S., consisting of 15 million people. The big news for the convention has been that Vice President Mike Pence, an evangelical Christian, is going to be one of the speakers. I lived in Houston, Texas, for almost forty years. So, being in the South, I’m quite familiar with Southern Baptists. In fact, I married one. I’ve had a lot of Southern Baptist… Read more

Michael Avenatti is the lawyer for Stormy Daniels, the porn star who sued President Donald Trump about her alleged sexual encounter with him in 2006. Avenatti was again making the rounds on TV news networks last night, specifically on Lawrence O’Donell’s “The Last Word” on MSNBC and Don Lemon’s “CNN Tonight.” On O’Donell’s show, Avenatti expressed some sympathy for Michael Cohen, President Trump’s personal lawyer, with whom Daniels also has a lawsuit. It was because he said Trump is rejecting… Read more

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