Election Campaign USA: Personal perspectives

-some puzzles from the Coalition Cabinet

Firstly, I am aware of the numerous analyses, predictions and conclusions being published daily regarding this 2016 (unconventional) election campaign now raging in the USA.I still add my layman’s bit as anyone with just a bit of interest in electoral politics – and has Cable TV- must be enthralled by the rather strange goings on across the US at this time.

The dark arts of diplomacy

Severe verbal attacks against an “obviously nervous” Prime Minister Forbes Burnham, the protest pullout of a key diplomat confidant and mounting tensions with the aggrieved Americans led to the Government of Guyana (GOG) rejecting a Cheddi Jagan-proposed “strong anti-U.S resolution” on the 1976 Cubana Plane bombing, in the country’s Parliament.

The Education War

‘I don’t care what you teach and how you teach it. All I want is for my child to pass.’  Once we do not take this comment too literally, I believe that the parent saying this is representative of most of those who have school aged children.

How Trump happened


By Joseph E Stiglitz Joseph E Stiglitz, recipient of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 2001 and the John Bates Clark Medal in 1979, is University Professor at Columbia University, Co-Chair of the High-Level Expert Group on the Measurement of Economic Performance and Social Progress at the OECD, and Chief Economist of the Roosevelt Institute.

Private goodness, public performance

There is no connection between sexual mores and job performance. Many of the greatest leaders in history were unbridled lechers. The furore which once occurred over President Clinton’s dalliances would seem astonishing, even laughable, in most countries in most eras.

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