Labor Unions in Lubeck, Germany

Lübeck-Blankensee Airport Virginia is formally the ‘Old Dominion’. It is the Commonwealth of Virginia. Many people in the area arrived from Prussia in the early nineteenth century. Prussia is in Germany’s eastern provinces [...]

Disputed Territories in the Caucasus Region

Nagorno-Karabakh is an enclave in Azerbaijan. There are reports about rocket weapons and missile defense systems in the Caucasus region. Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia are in the Caucasus region. Yerevan is the capital of Armenia, Baku is [...]

Defense Spending in Virginia

Virginia is south of the Potomac River and Washington, DC is north of the river. The Pentagon is in Arlington, Virginia. Arlington is a city in Arlington County. Arlington County borders the Potomac River. Robert E. Lee lived in Arlington County. [...]

Missile Defense Systems in the Balkans

A Serbian jet fighter, the Army of Serbia (VS) MiG-21, crashed yesterday near the village of Basina in Western Serbia.  Aleksandar Vucic is the President of Serbia. Vucic attended the University of Belgrade School of Law. A Serbian delegation [...]

Alexei Navalny is Being Treated by German Doctors

Alexei Navalny is in Germany today because he needs treatment for an illness. He fell sick and he was admitted to a hospital in Omsk, Russia. Omsk is in Siberia and it is famous because Feodor Dostoevsky was imprisoned there. There is debate [...]

Military Academies in Venezuela

Two former U.S. Special Forces members, Airan Berry and Luke Denman, are in prison in Venezuela. They have been sentenced to twenty years in prison as a result of a military operation. The military operation in May was intended to put [...]

Radio Technology in Germany

There are modern trends in German radio technology. Radios are used in Germany for trade, internal security, and for military purposes. There are labor unions and military academies in Germany. It is likely that defense contractors are hired [...]
Is The U.S. Headed To A bad Financial Collapse?

Is The U.S. Headed To A bad Financial Collapse?

The Daily Journalist community question.   For what I have observed having colleagues working in financial institutions, not even the best politicians understand the complexity of the financial world. In fact, most of them have no idea [...]
Syria: Do you support NATO/Trump or Putin/Assad?

Syria: Do you support NATO/Trump or Putin/Assad?

    Community Question.   Last week, Donald Trump gave his executive order to bombard military Syrian bases, after Assad’s army allegedly used sarin gas to kill innocent civilians. The response was immediate from Russia and [...]
Could Secession Be Possible In The US?

Could Secession Be Possible In The US?

  The Daily Journalist Community Question.       A hypothetical map of a divided United States found online.  I hate to predict situations because I tend to nail the coffin after much thought… The United States is deeply [...]
Do Hillary Clinton's Emails Matter?

Do Hillary Clinton’s Emails Matter?

  The Daily Journalist community.     Hillary Clinton’s new e-mail investigation unexpectedly reopened last week eleven days prior to Election Day. She and her campaign staff have openly uttered discontent in how the FBI managed [...]
Are Mainstream Media Networks Biased?

Are Mainstream Media Networks Biased?

  The Daily Journalist Community.     Question introduction When people ask me,”if I am a journalist” I reply, “I am no journalist, I am a neo-journalist.” To their surprise, I explain that I don’t [...]
Donald Trump Versus Hillary Clinton: Who wins? Who is better?

Donald Trump Versus Hillary Clinton: Who wins? Who is better?

The Daily Journalist community opinion. A year ago, during one of our discussions here, I predicted that Donald Trump would face Hillary Clinton in the final phase of the elections. It came as a surprise to many experts when Trump officially [...]
Brexit, good or bad idea?

Brexit, good or bad idea?

The Daily Journalist community opinion.     Well, it’s official! England voted out of the Euro-zone. A new era begins for the 27 countries that comprise the Eurozone, as the European heavy weight leaves the scene.  1)      [...]
Is illegal immigration really a problem?

Is illegal immigration really a problem?

The Daily Journalist community opinion.   This past year, the issue of immigration has stirred a hurricane of controversy in Europe more so than the United States. Radical religious and right wing groups have risen to protest immigration [...]
Obama's legacy: Was it good or bad?

Obama’s legacy: Was it good or bad?

  The Daily Journalist community question.   President Barack H. Obama will soon exit his office in the White House. Eight years after his ascension to power in 2008, a lot of questions come to mind thinking of his legacy. Probably [...]
Can we really stop terrorist attacks?

Can we really stop terrorist attacks?

The Daily Journalist community opinion.   The Paris attack and the Russian commercial airliner blown up by ISIS, appears to be the beginning of a new terrorist campaign initiated by a brutal new generation of jihadist fighters against the [...]
Socialism versus capitalism

Socialism versus capitalism

    The Daily Journalist community opinion.     Intro to the question. First I would like to mention, that I am not against capitalism. I had a brief discussion with one of our contributors about the difference between socialism [...]
Does the US need a third party to end the bipartisanship?

Does the US need a third party to end the bipartisanship?

    The Daily Journalist community opinion.     For more than a decade, George W. Bush and Barack Obama’s administration have received public criticism for dubious decision making.  Given the public opinion fiasco of [...]
Should lobbying congressmen be considered illegal?

Should lobbying congressmen be considered illegal?

      The Daily Journalist community opinion.     In my experience walking the lobbies of Capitol Hill, and watching men with briefcases giving politicians cordial handshakes in exchange for gifts is something that [...]