The Rise and Fall of Chinas’ Social Credit System

Ever since President Richard M. Nixon opened diplomatic relations with China, the West has been hoping that cooperation and technology transfer might lead China to embrace democratic principles. Headlines around the globe lament China’s amendment of its constitution so the president will be president for life ruling as an emperor. It watches in horror as Nazi-style concentration camps are established for millions […]

A Life Filled With Purpose.

My mother passed away a few years ago. Kathleen (Hall) Spencer. Dearly missed. I didn’t list her life’s accomplishments in the obituary but they were considerable. It took three years before I was able to write anything meaningful about her life. Early years Mom was ushered into this life by a midwife on December 12th, 1933 in Nordin, New Brunswick, […]