Tempo: May 26, 2015

Russia sells S-300 missiles to Iran. Texas’ governor issues a state of disaster over weather, Oklahoma also. Oakland: Police step up against protests, protests step up against the step up, police step up against the step up against the step up. Private drone crashed, no one seriously injured, raises questions. Apple watch not ticking: chart. Ive steps up at Apple, freeing-up creation time. Expedia bails on China. Bitcoins are still on the move. Waterspout hit a beach, one serious injury, video. Sermon: ‘There’s No Such Thing as Comfortable Christianity’  · · · →

Encore of Revival: America, May 25, 2015

Encore of Revival: America, May 25, 2015

Changes can be slow at first, but can speed up without warning. An approaching tsunami can be announced by an unusually low tide, which seems harmless until it’s too late. Watch for the trends in America and don’t let yourself get fatigued.

Freelancing is on the rise, indicating that America’s economy is naturally changing into standard labor practices of Jesus’ millennial reign. Everyone should work for himself and drink from his own vineyard. By already moving in the economic direction Jesus will establish, America is already laying in a foundation for lasting economic success.

Jesus’ way is always the best way, though teachers rarely understand. Learning Bible also seems to be decentralizing as Christians grow more and more dissatisfied with Establishmentarian Institutionalism dominating their Bible study and friendships with God.

By relying on a labor force of millions of independently-interdependently operating skilled individuals, the economy will be flexible and adaptive enough to survive and even thrive in the difficult days ahead.  · · · →

Cadence of Conflict: Asia, May 25, 2015

Cadence of Conflict: Asia, May 25, 2015

The US flies over China’s man-made islets, China is is not happy. China wants Taiwan to fight to protect China’s sovereignty, which China may think includes their man-made islets. The UN does not recognize man-made islands as a rightful claim to sovereign waters, but that is exactly what China is doing. The US won’t have it.

Chinese professors are accused of stealing US technology, the Pentagon is involved. Asia in general, except China, is irritated with Chinese and American meddling in Taiwan’s presidential elections.

Taiwanese protesting China were beaten by tattooed men in black clothes. China’s economy may not be the best, but it’s banks may be, at least Forbes thinks so. Everyone seems to have an opinion on everyone else these days. For better or worse, no one seems to want to stay home.


Exclusive: China warns U.S. surveillance plan

…CNN video from the spy plane

The US Position on the ‘1992 Consensus’: Why it Matters


Stay out of Taiwan presidential race

…Editorial from Japan Times


Chinese banks took the four top spots in Forbes’ list of the world’s most powerful companies


China signs US$27 billion oil, trade deals with Brazil

Two Chinese professors ‘stole US technology’


Anti-China demonstrators attacked by black-clad men

…After catching the black-clad men, the police let them go

China rejects Taipei’s defiance on law

Ma’s disapproval rating near 70%: polls

What Would Taiwan Actually Gain from Reunification with China?  · · · →

Tempo: May 21, 2015

Iran can’t control it’s anti-ISIL recruits. Letterman is done. Snowden docs: NSA targeted Google Apps for hack. Jeb illegal donations? Who will Hillary “Veep”? Jeb, the little brother who couldn’t. “WiFi fever” makes headlines. Poop-painter interviewed. Management: Here’s why your terrible boss is so emotionally inept  · · · →