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Mark Armstrong’s Weekly News Review – 15 June 2018

Greetings from Tyler,             We left off last week with Trump departing to Singapore for the North Korean summit before the world’s economic leaders turned their attention to issues of climate and gender.  That, apparently was a slap in the face to the collection of “globalist” socialists who represent nations with the largest economies. Canada’s Trudeau […]

Mark Armstrong’s Weekly News Review – 8 June 2018

Greetings from Tyler,              It looks like all the traded compliments amid the pomp and circumstance of the formal State visit accorded French President Macron were less than sincere.  Macron staked his claim to the resuscitation of the Paris Climate Accords, from which President Trump had already withdrawn on behalf of the United States.  Macron […]

Mark Armstrong’s Weekly News Review – Friday, 11 May 2018

Weekly Update  Greetings from Tyler,             Two of the greatest dangers on earth have been engaged simultaneously, North Korea and Iran.  Everybody was scared to death of North Korea’s nuclear accomplishments and the fact that they were demonstrating ICBM’s in various range categories. We’ve chronicled the threats, the insults and mainstream reaction to the tough stance […]

Mark Armstrong’s Weekly News Review – Friday, 4 May 2018

Greetings from Tyler,             Interesting how the news tells everybody how and what to think, and then publish polls to vindicate their posture.  The latest is how a plurality of religious people are in favor of so-called gay marriage.  Recently released polls claim that Mormons, one of the slowest religious groups to accept the politically-correct inevitability, […]

Mark Armstrong’s Weekly News Commentary – Friday, 13 April 2018

Greetings from Tyler, Was it another gas attack against civilians (deemed rebels) by Syrian dictator Assad?  It would seem like a lunatic move, especially after the destructive retaliation visited upon Syrian airfields last time it happened.  But even the initially skeptical (such as Britain’s Theresa May) seem convinced that the chlorine gas attack could only […]