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Carol Van Drie

Carol Van Drie

Co-Author of “Homefront Cooking” at Skyhorse Publishing
  • I am wondering if those so offended/upset about the Helsinki meeting showed the same angst and concern when Mr. Obama in 2012 — not realizing his mike was still on, whispered to Medvedev, “After the election I’ll have more flexibility”? President Trump has met with many world leaders who wouldn’t have

    I am wondering if those so offended/upset about the Helsinki meeting showed the same angst and concern when Mr. Obama in 2012 — not realizing his mike was still on, whispered to Medvedev, “After the election I’ll have more flexibility”? President Trump has met with many world leaders who wouldn’t have anything to do with Mr. Obama and recent past Presidents. Communication is certainly better than rattling swords and no communication. This is a great step in keeping world peace with leaders we were heretofore only witnessing aggression and aggressive war-talk from. Listening to “all reports” and then just rote repeating rather than observing the actual historical events taking place as well as listening to the primary sources and their own words, is exactly how fake news is created. Gossip and griping by any source is not news. Watching and listening to the sources and hearing the facts is the only way to get to the truth which the TrumpHaters seem incapable of doing. Sad.

  • Competition is good, however both are so powerful I’m not sure this will really translate into a good thing for consumers. As for an earlier comment describing all that’s wrong with both behemoths, Amazon started out as a book seller ultimately kicking the butt of the too big, exclusive publishing firms

    Competition is good, however both are so powerful I’m not sure this will really translate into a good thing for consumers. As for an earlier comment describing all that’s wrong with both behemoths, Amazon started out as a book seller ultimately kicking the butt of the too big, exclusive publishing firms. This ended up being a great thing for authors, smaller publishers and readers. Walmart enabled the middle class to buy things they could never afford before. There’s good in both even today.