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Setting the Citizenship Bar Too High

Setting the Citizenship Bar Too High

By Daniel Nardini I always get personally upset whenever I hear ignorant fools who claim that “illegals are coming over the border and grabbing our jobs, and our benefits.” What… Read more »

Canada to Prosecute Those Who Commit Crimes on the Moon

Canada to Prosecute Those Who Commit Crimes on the Moon

By Daniel Nardini As ridiculous as this may sound, there is some rational basis for why Canada’s parliament passed a law that allows for Canada to prosecute those who commit… Read more »

Beware the Mandatory Death Sentences in: Brunei, Malaysia and Singapore

Beware the Mandatory Death Sentences in: Brunei, Malaysia and Singapore

By Daniel Nardini When I went to both Brunei and Malaysia in Southeast Asia for holiday, the authorities there made it plain on all of the immigration forms: “Death to… Read more »

Brutal Repression in El Salvador

Brutal Repression in El Salvador

By Daniel Nardini While the U.S. news media has been concentrating on Russia’s war in Ukraine and China’s draconian lock-downs of Shanghai and Shenzhen, no real attention is being drawn… Read more »

How Cuba’s Health Care System Really Stinks

How Cuba’s Health Care System Really Stinks

By Daniel Nardini Just a few days after our tour group arrived in Cuba, half the group got eye infections. The tour operators were so worried that they took all… Read more »

United States: Defender of Smaller Nations

United States: Defender of Smaller Nations

By Daniel Nardini When I lived in Seoul, South Korea, I saw from time to time American soldiers on the subway, driving on the highway in U.S. military vehicles, and… Read more »

Striking Closer to Home Than We Think

Striking Closer to Home Than We Think

By Daniel Nardini When we think about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, we are thinking of something that is far off in Europe. We have to remember that Russia is… Read more »

How Soon We Forget

How Soon We Forget

By Daniel Nardini For a year, I did not bother to wear a mask when I went shopping, met with people, or went to the bank. Despite all of the… Read more »

The Colombia-Venezuela Border War

The Colombia-Venezuela Border War

By Daniel Nardini I find it ironic that the U.S. government is trying to negotiate an oil deal with the Venezuelan government of President Nicolas Maduro while some former Colombian… Read more »

The Free World, The Not Free World

The Free World, The Not Free World

By Daniel Nardini As like everyone else, I get up from bed, I take my wife to work, I do grocery shopping or do errands like pay bills and take… Read more »