Change

Looking back at those days When something different could have been done No, should have been done Or could have been said No, should have been said We demand change But how foolish of us to think That everything else would have happened as it did And when it did We cannot alter yesterday In … Continue reading Change

CGTN: The Ukraine crisis: The West’s provocative culpability

In my latest editorial for CGTN, I wonder what the current crisis in Ukraine might look like if only Western leaders had heeded an important piece of advice. No man is perfect, but good luck finding someone who understands geopolitics better than Henry Kissinger. The man celebrated most especially in the U.S. and China for … Continue reading CGTN: The Ukraine crisis: The West’s provocative culpability

CGTN: U.S. senator swings, misses in criticism of China

In my latest editorial for CGTN, I explore why one U.S. senator needs to rethink his let's-sanction-China strategy. Returning to Rubio, we must acknowledge that in attempting to validate his bona fides as an anti-Communist, he is ignoring reality. Any sanctions the U.S. would issue against China would be met with a response by the … Continue reading CGTN: U.S. senator swings, misses in criticism of China

Courage

The boy looks up at the man He sees it, feels it He cannot spell the word He doesn't even know what it means But he hopes when he becomes a man He will show it at the right time Like the man is right now When it matters most Courage