Justin Thomas Sets New Record

Yesterday, Justin Thomas even bettered his blazing hot streak by setting a new, 72-hole scoring record of 253 for the PGA Tour while winning its Sony Open at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, Hawaii. It was 27-under par since par at Waiale is 70. The previous 72-hole record on the PGA Tour was 254 shot by Tommy Armour III at the 2003 Texas Open. Thomas, a 23-old Kentuckian, won the SBS Tournament of Champions last week to make it two wins in a row.Justin Thomas started the final round, … [Read more...]

Pro Golfer Thomas at It Again

Justin Thomas is now the hottest golfer on the PGA Tour. He won last week at the SBS Tournament of Champions. And Thursday, he opened the first round at the Sony Open at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, Hawaii--one of my favorites venues on Tour when I used to play--with a record-tying 59. Yesterday, he didn't back off, shooting 64 for a new record 36-hole score of 123 in the entire history of the PGA Tour. Long-hitting Gary Woodland is five shots back in second place starting today's third … [Read more...]

Get Another Two-State Solution!

As U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's tenure ends in a few days, he will be making a final push advocating the traditional two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict when he attends a Paris peace conference this weekend. He had implemented President Barak Obama's strategy weeks ago at the UN by abstaining from voting for or against a UN Security Council Resolution 2334. It condemned as illegal according to international law Israel's decades-long Jewish settlements program in the … [Read more...]

Is the Kremlin Blackmailing Donald Trump?

A 35-page "dossier" authored by a former British intelligence agent (a spy) claims that Russian intelligence agents have been "cultivating" Donald Trump, who is now the U.S. President elect, for at least the past five years. It also says this activity has been directed and overseen by Russia's President Vladimir Putin. And this dossier--which is a series of memos written over a period of time and then pieced together--provides some specific information about how this was done. If some of these … [Read more...]

Thomas Wins SBS

Justin Thomas, of Knoxville, Tennessee, won the SBS Tournament of Champions golf tournament on the PGA Tour today by three strokes over sole runner-up Hideki Matsuyama at the beautiful Plantation Course at the Kapalua Resort in Lahaina on the island of Maui, Hawaii. The star-studded, limited field in this special event consists of all tournament winners on the PGA Tour the previous year. The views at this venue are spectacular with high elevations overlooking big blue--the Pacific … [Read more...]

Be a Loser for Jesus

Trump thumps losers. A Twitter archivist says U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has tweeted on his Twitter account 117 times calling various people derogatorily a "loser."After Jesus died on the cross, Jews said he was a loser because he got killed. And to make matters worse, the state executed him by the dreadfully-tortuous and shameful method of crucifixion. Jews said their Messiah will be a big winner. They said the real Messiah will come in glory, deliver them from their enemies, and … [Read more...]

Junichiro Koisumi Calls for Japan to Abandon Nuclear Energy

In 1941, a very militaristic Japan unjustly and unmercifully attacked the U.S. at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. They did it submarines firing explosives and airplanes dropping bombs. About 2,800 Americans, nearly all in the military, were killed. Until then, the U.S. had refused to join WWII in Europe. But this attack caused it to enter the war.In 1945, the U.S. became the first nation to develop and manufacture the first atomic bomb. To end the war with Japan, in August, 1945, the U.S. dropped two … [Read more...]

Doomsday Clock Looms Larger in 2017

The metaphorical Doomsday Clock is an image of a clock with its hour and minute hands set close to midnight. It was created in 1947 by concerned American scientists who were members of the Manhattan Project that had created the atomic bomb. Two such bombs were then dropped on Japan that helped end WWII in late 1945.Only weeks afterwards, these scientists created the non-profit organization Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. They did so because, even though they had created the atomic bomb, … [Read more...]