Tag: Algeria

Bribery makes both parties happy.

Filed in Current affairs by on June 13, 2009 0 Comments
Bribery makes both parties happy.

Many people die every year from tobacco-related diseases. In fact, cigarettes are the main cause of preventable deaths. Today, congress sent legislation to the White House granting the federal government the authority to regulate and restrict cigarettes. The FDA will require tobacco companies to reveal the contents of their products. The question is, because the […]

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Sometimes even the intestines and the stomach disagree.

Filed in Current affairs, Religion by on May 18, 2009 1 Comment
Sometimes even the intestines and the stomach disagree.

President Obama‘s speech at the University of Notre Dame has taught us the courage and also the wish of a man who knew that the best way to talk about differences is to face them. The president chose to accept and to address a community that disagrees with him on pro-life issues. Words are what […]

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Evil people know one another.

Filed in Current affairs, Justice, Politics by on April 22, 2009 0 Comments
Evil people know one another.

The Bush administration memos are still in the news. Lately, many people are raising questions about the release of the sensitive information about CIA torture techniques. George W. Bush has been very silent about it. However, Dick Cheney, the ex-vice president of the Bush administration, has been very critical of the Obama administration. He doesn’t […]

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A thousand curses never tore a shirt.

A thousand curses never tore a shirt.

North Korea has defied international warnings and gone ahead with a controversial rocket launch. Pyongyang‘s defiance of international pressure to cancel the launch cast a cloud over a speech on international security delivered by Obama in Prague, during which he unveiled series of measures aimed at stopping the spread of nuclear weapons. In reality, the […]

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Necessity changes a lion into a fox.

Filed in Current affairs by on February 16, 2009 0 Comments
Necessity changes a lion into a fox.

The US Military will offer a path to citizenship for immigrants living in the US with temporary visas. It is shameful when you think that the military is not recruiting enough people because of two wars, Iraq and Afghanistan. How many young men and women, born American, were recruited after 9/11, shipped to Iraq, and […]

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If you stop every time a dog barks, your road will never end.

Filed in Sport by on February 15, 2009 2 Comments
If you stop every time a dog barks, your road will never end.

Daytona 500, known as ” The great American Race,” is the most important and prestigious race on the NASCAR calender. Many are anxious to see their favorite driver win the race. This year has been a little different and difficult for the race car industry, affected by the slow economy. Like other industries, they went […]

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He who eats alone, chokes alone.

Filed in Current affairs, Obama, Politics by on January 22, 2009 0 Comments
He who eats alone, chokes alone.

The Bush regime is over. Slowly, America is turning the page on eight years of misery and damage. The economy is bad and we’ve had two wars. What would we remember of George W. Bush? What of his most powerful “guru”, Dick Cheney: one of the most complex and strange mixtures of evil and greed, […]

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You must answer the devil in his own language.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, Tragedy by on December 28, 2008 0 Comments
You must answer the devil in his own language.

After many warnings, the State of Israel retaliated against the constant attacks from Hamas. I would be insensitive to say “they told you so.” More than 200 people were killed include innocent children. Many questions crossed my mind this morning when I read the news from the Middle East. What’s the best solution for peace […]

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Going to bed without dinner is better than waking up in debt.

Filed in Business, Current affairs, Economy by on December 20, 2008 0 Comments
Going to bed without dinner is better than waking up in debt.

President Bush offered an emergency loan of $13.4 billion to two of the big three automakers. Nobody knows if this money will make a difference in being successful in the future. The automakers have many challenges in the next three months: improving the quality of their cars in the long term and selling their products. […]

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Obedience to a woman leads to hell.

Filed in Current affairs, Justice, Obama, Politics by on December 11, 2008 1 Comment
Obedience to a woman leads to hell.

The biggest news is still the arrest of Governor Blagojevich. More and more new details about the tapes are being released by the Federal prosecutors. Apparently, it was Blagojevich’s wife’s idea to put pressure on the Tribune Company to fire their editorial board. She was also engaged in the Governor’s attempts to sell Barack Obama‘s […]

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