This time, the Danes are not happy

In my last post (here), I wrote about the new immigration rules in Denmark, and how they are keeping almost every foreigner from getting a permanent residence permission ““ even those who are married to Danes. So, how does the public react to it? Read More This time, the Danes are not happy

Denmark: Welfare Paradise vs. Toughest Immigration Rules in the EU

I have been writing about this on a few sites on the interwebs and quite a few people ““ especially outside the EU ““ seem interested in the subject. Denmark, the little fairytale country with free health care and education, should it really also be the country of a badly hidden racist agenda? Read More Denmark: Welfare Paradise vs. Toughest Immigration Rules in the EU

The Ballad of Marijuana Legalization

The War on Drugs soldiers on, but it’s safe to say that public awareness of and support for the campaign to legalize marijuana is growing, especially regarding medical marijuana (MMJ), which represents something of a “gateway drug” to across-the-board legalization. Read More The Ballad of Marijuana Legalization

The Worst Arguments Against Repealing DADT

Thanks to our lovely Ophelia, it came to my attention that Judge Joe Rehyanksy of Hamilton County, Tennessee published an article on The Daily Caller advocating for what amounts to corrective rape for lesbian troops. This is just the tip of the iceberg of unbelievable crud that’s been catapulted into the Internet-o-sphere regarding DADT and gay service-members, so, for your head-shaking, brain-exploding enjoyment, here are the worst of the worst arguments. Read More The Worst Arguments Against Repealing DADT

What the Mid-mandate Elections Look Like for a Non-American

You know, the USA is really proud of their democracy (I mean, you export it), but for the rest of the world it’s just a BIG joke. Actually, more like the most lousy TV show that we get to see every 2 years. Dramatic entrance, failed public interviews, backstabbing, stupid ideas and people, telegraphed speeches, funny pictures and everything else the media can think of. And we get rerun as a bonus. Isn’t this amazing? Read More What the Mid-mandate Elections Look Like for a Non-American

Bennet v. Buck (CO): The Economy is Not the Only Issue at Stake

According to Public Policy Polling (PPP), the latest poll in Colorado’s hotly contested Senate race shows Republican nominee Ken Buck leading Michael Bennet, the incumbent Democrat, by a mere one percentage point. With all my heart I wish I were a registered Coloradan voter and could cast my hat in the ring for Bennet. Read More Bennet v. Buck (CO): The Economy is Not the Only Issue at Stake