Trump wants to pull our U.S. troops from Syria, how many he hasn’t said. Currently we have 1000 troops in Syria, a drop in the bucket to the number of U.S. troops stationed around the war.

These troops we have stationed in foreign countries are not about human rights as we promote but about Mineral rights or to protect our interests abroad. Our governments could care less about their suffering and poverty.

In Iraq, Syria and other counties in that area it’s about controlling the flow of OIL for our wealthy oil companies. In Afghanistan it’s about the mineral right for producing batteries. They don’t have the technology to mine for it, we do. It is the only country with a wealth of that precious miner.

Hell, we can’t even take care of our own human rights problems.

Yet we try to police the world at the expense of our young men and women, black, white, brown, transgender, gay or otherwise. To defend the wealthy in this country, who you are doesn’t matter, the $$$ sign matters.



Billionaire conservative donor David Koch dies at 79.

He and brother Charles poured a fortune into conservative causes transforming the American political landscape and shaping JUS policies on such issues as climate change and government regulations.

They never donated a dime that did not benefit them. Had the government continued their course of improving air and water quality changes to clean up both, would have cost the brothers billions to refurbish their plants.

They have a history of purchasing outdated plants for pennies on the dollar, as they did with the DuPont plant in Seaford. They pay their employees low wages, no benefits, and milk the plants dry.

The brothers formed numerous of Super Pacs where their month was moved to other Republican Pacs that did not identify them as donors.

David gave millions toward cancer research, again for his benefit. He dies of prostate cancer.


I wonder, if Trump was lowering tariffs instead of raising them, would US companies be lowering their prices instead of saying how much they have to raise prices based on Trumps increase in taxes?


J.P. Morgan had estimated that Trump’s tariffs would cost the average house-hold roughly $1,000 a year if he proceeded with his threats.

When corporate America decides to move their plants overseas to reduce operating costs, vs paying Americans more, I have never been the receiptant of savings on their products.

I think Hagger pants was one of the first to go into Mexico for production. I never saw their prices go down, instead the cost savings went to the greedy CEO’s and stock holders.


With all the recent racists comments, and Trumps continual calling those who disagree with his running of the government more and more people ae asking, “Why don’t respectable members of the US Senate and House speak up against Trump.

The answer is simple. They are scared to death of not being re-elected. Just look back at the 2016 election. Republican incumbents who disagreed with Trump were tweeted out of office by him.

Although his tweets are lies, his cult following are too lazy to check out the facts instead, “If our leader said it, it is true.”

He wants his lackey’s in office who bow down to his majesty. Look at the turn overs in his cabinet. Last I heard his oath of office was to serve ALL American’s not his majesty.

I bite my tongue when I see tapes when he was running for president and how his opponents spoke against him including US Senators Lindsey Graham, and Ted Cruz, both very critical now doing an about face; suck ups.

If Trump had told me my dad was involved in the assignation of President Kennedy, and ran down my day, I would have jumped on him without hesitation.

Maybe Republicans hope if they are re-elected and Trump is a lame duck, if re-elected, God forbid, they may speak up them without fear of repercussion.

By then it may be too late.


Not only do we have to worry about our ponds deterioting to the point we can’t swim o eat the fish, now we have to worry about our beaches and the increase of flesh eating bacterial which has infected 15 Delawareans by Vibrio.

On Delmarva, one lost a finger, another not as lucky, lost his life. Again, we are victims of climate change. The growing toll of this “flesh-eating bacteria” and it’s infectious relatives on human lives isn’t expected to slow down any time soon as climate change drives water temperatures up earlier in the spring, later in the fall and warms more northern waterways.

In one year, from 2017-2018 the number of Vibrio infections, from all the bacteria’s species, jumped byh more than 60 percent.

Still believe climate is false news Trump?


After the last two weeks of racists remarks by our president, their should be no doubt he is a racist.

Slamming four female minority Congress women for a week, even going as far as to tell one to go home where she came from. She has been an American citizen longer than the presidents wife.

Later in the week he called 30 year Congressman Elijah Cummings racist and condemned the job he was doing representing the city of Baltimore saying it was dirty and rat infested and accused him of misuse of Federal funds.

During my late wife’s illness we traveled to Johns Hopkins and University of MD hospitals. We stayed overnight, sometimes for weeks in hotels.

Yes, we were told not to venture out at night, a problem you will find in many inner cities.

Today Trump is boasting how many calls he has received complimenting him on his comments about Baltimore and Rep. Cummings. Ass Kissers.

Rep. Cummings marched with Rev. King, was attacked by a mob during a silent marching protest.

Trumps son-in-law owns apartments and other real estate holdings in Baltimore. I wonder how many of his units are rat infested? I wonder if a check of public records will show the number of violations Kushner has?

Trump is out of control. He doesn’t need to be impeached, he will eventually hand himself.


Horray for New Castle Co. for publishing the names of people and companies who are behind in their property takes.

Even before the names were published, work got out, and several paid before the names were released.

Sussex County does post delinquent names on their web site, but that doesn’t work. When the names are published in the newspaper it works best. If you know your neighbor knows you are a dead beat, well it works.

The next step is to take delinquents to court. School districts are owed millions in Sussex County, money they desperately need without burdening those who pay their fair share of taxes.

The county’s offer payment schedules for those having difficulty paying their taxes. I can accept some people go through difficult times, but the bulk of back taxes ae from those large companies who can afford to pay.