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Formula One Decisions

or  Decisions of the Unconscious Mind Formula One is a sport of decisions, measured sometimes in hundredths of a second. Decisions that are made deep in the subconscious of the mind, decisions that are literally made without even thinking about … Continue reading

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HUMAN RIGHTS

  Judges at the Courts of Human Rights can be dangerous people. Their rulings affect not only those persons asking for a decision on behalf of murders, rapists, terrorists and those who incite their actions, but also those that are … Continue reading

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A Moral Distance

Living several thousand miles from any geo-political dangers has always been a security blanket for the population of the USA. It has only recently had to live with a direct threat with the introduction of inter-continental missiles and bombers, that … Continue reading

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UNLUCKY, HILARY?

At the start of the Obama administration with a very inexperienced President, the world knew the State department was in a safe pair of hands.  Hilary Clinton had seen all parts of the diplomatic and political world both in the US … Continue reading

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