We are undergoing heavy changes this year as we side into the holidays.
In my lifetime I have witnessed the end of World War 11, the Korean war and the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
The death of Fidel Castro and the changes that will occur in Cuba are yet to play out as well as the ultimate results following the huge Republican victory in this year's national election.
I think Raul Castro may institute substantial changes in how Cuba relates to other nations and to their own people.
The U.S. election is very unclear. In a polar like change, the Republican Party has morphed into the champions of labor and a populist base while the stunning defeat by the Democrats is still not understood by themselves as they persist in denial.
It really started many years ago as the Dems abandon labor in favor of racial politics and extreme conservationists. Looking for a new way to get recognition the manual labor force discovered Trump, a man who spoke their language. Anger with the status quo ruled the day.
The University of Washington will be playing in the final four for football national champions
There will be some static from our relationship with China and other Asian nations, not to mention the war against terrorism in the middle east. An ancient curse comes to mind as we enter these ruffled waters. "May you live in interesting times."
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