Category Archives: Germany

Trump Campaign Ads Depict His Own Lawless Dystopia

Nick Corasaniti of the New York Times – The ads have a singular goal: to terrify you. Terrify? Yes, mostly if you’re an older, white suburban voter, the kind who has been abandoning President Trump in droves and has contributed to … Continue reading

Posted in 2020 election, Controversial, Demographics, Donald Trump, Germany, government, Money in politics, New York Times, Politics, whites | Tagged

In 2020, masks aren’t just for protection — they’re being used to make a statement

Alicia Lee of CNN – Cowboy boots used to be Sebastian Marquardt’s go-to fashion item. He’d wear them everywhere in his neighborhood of Hamburg, Germany. He liked that the black, pointy shoes — more common in parts of the US … Continue reading

Posted in CNN, Coronavirus, Germany

The Arkent Scenario – Anatomy of the next global financial crisis

David Murrin’s Murrinations- So far we have called the highs of the equity markets accurately and have seen the first significant drops which coincide with ratcheting up of US-China tension and the Fed lowering rates in recognition that all is … Continue reading

Posted in China, Controversial, Economics, Europe, Germany, United Kingdom, United States

The Tree With Matchmaking Powers

Jeff Maysh in The Atlantic – For nearly a century, an oak in a German forest has helped lonely people find love—including the mailman who delivers its letters. Continue reading…

Posted in Controversial, Germany

Trump’s Presidency: the German Perspective

by Dominik Meier and Inga Karten, Miller & Meier Consulting, Berlin, Brussels and Washington  (website) This Tuesday, Donald John Trump took the last hurdle on his path to the US presidency by securing a victory in the Electoral College. In … Continue reading

Posted in Border control, Congress, Democracy, Elections, European Union, Germany, Immigrants, Politcal Consulting, Political parties, Washington