Refugees, migrants and jobs

Are they true refugees, defined as fleeing persecution, or “mere” migrants, seeking opportunity better than can be found at home? Does the distinction even matter? In either case, they are hungry, homeless, needy and foreign. Most likely, their faith and customs differ from the country where they are seeking help. Race as well as ethnicity may add complications to their entry.

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The American President’s Legacy

This article was first published at iPatriot.com under the title
Americans Deserve those whom they Elect

(Photographic caption supplied by iPatriot Editors)

From 2004 to 2008 I was a columnist for Magic City Morning Star News (Maine USA), and in 2009 I became the Acting Editor. (2009 to Feb 2016). Even before Barack Obama was elected President, we had writers trying to warn the American people not to allow him to become President. One of the writers used to get so much hate mail that he nearly went crazy.

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Politically Correct Second Class Citizens

This article was first published at iPatriot.com under the title Progressive Liberalism’s Second Class Citizens. The photo caption on that site is courtesy of their editorial staff.

Over the last decade I’ve written a lot about Sociopathic Political Correctness Ideologues. The basic tenets of Political Correctness are on the face of it pretty mundane. You can find them in the tenets of Christianity and Judaism and funnily enough in Communism. The basic doctrine is that we are all equal and deserving of equal treatment and respect.

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Planning a Presentation or a Speech in English as a Second Language

The One Child Policy has finally affected the number of students entering higher education in China and as a result the Entrance Examination Score required in third tier colleges is lower than in previous years and students now studying English are doing so with less ability than earlier students. They often have great trouble writing reasonably decent presentations and speeches.

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Organizing the Points of your Speech or Presentation

In Part One “Planning a Presentation or a Speech in English as a Second Language” we ended with the final results of our research and brainstorming after we removed unwanted information. Now we will proceed with organizing that information.

Chart 4 – In What Order do we use the Information

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The Outline or Bones of a Speech or Presentation

In Part Two (“Organizing the Points of your Speech or Presentation“) of this series about writing a speech we looked at the order of the points, ideas or information that we had researched or brainstormed in preparation for our topic. That article ended with:

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Traveling from China to Australia with Murphy’s Law

I’ve been living in China for 13 years and every year I travel back to Australia to visit family and friends.

I commenced writing this particular article about my June 2016 trip while sitting in Shanghai Pudong Airport waiting for a plane to take me to Guangdong where I had to transfer to a plane bound for Brisbane Australia.

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Excerpts from R.P. Bendedek’s Book ‘Finding Myself in China: A Politically Incorrect Story’

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The following is a list of excerpts from ‘Finding Myself in China: A Politically Incorrect Story.’ There are a total of 18 excerpts published here at Kingscalendar.

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Chapter 10 Excerpt ‘Finding Myself in China: A Politically Incorrect Story’

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The following is an excerpt from ‘Finding Myself in China: A Politically Incorrect Story.’ There are excerpts from seventeen chapters and the epilogue published here at Kingscalendar.

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Chapter 16 Excerpt ‘Finding Myself in China: A Politically Incorrect Story’

The following is an excerpt from ‘Finding Myself in China: A Politically Incorrect Story.’ There are excerpts from seventeen chapters and the epilogue published here at Kingscalendar.

This book will become available very soon

If you like what you see and choose to purchase this book (which no publisher will touch) you will find in it 133 links to stories about China. As the book is only available via my website which is one of those held back by Google (for refusing to engage in their advertising programs – and – for writing about their behavior), the book (pictured on the right) will not receive much publicity and so I would hope that you will – should you like it – recommend it to others on your various social media sites.

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