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Jesse Jackson, Jr., faces allegations of misusing campaign funds: The death that kills a man begins as an appetite

Filed in Current affairs, Politics, Sex-favor-money by on November 23, 2012 0 Comments
Jesse Jackson, Jr., faces allegations of misusing campaign funds: The death that kills a man begins as an appetite

Jesse Jackson, Jr., has resigned from congress amid speculations about his health issues. However, the troubled congressman was not an angel. A few years ago, he was implicated in a scandal that sent Governor Blagojevich to jail over Senator Obama’s senate seat. Recently, rumors of alcoholism and misusing campaign funds have surfaced. The congressman is […]

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Obama wins debate: The strength of a man is measured by his ability to stand up after falling

Filed in Politics, US presidential elections by on October 16, 2012 0 Comments
Obama wins debate: The strength of a man is measured by his ability to stand up after falling

It is clear that President Obama came on strong in his second presidential debate. It is unclear if he will score some points in the polls. For sure, the president was very focused. The question is, how many people will fall into the trap of misleading facts? President Obama was able to lift his head […]

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All EU countries will pay the price for Greece: A man who hides a thorn in his foot earns a swelling

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on October 31, 2011 0 Comments
All EU countries will pay the price for Greece: A man who hides a thorn in his foot earns a swelling

If we knew that bad things would come in the future, we would certainly start things in reverse. France and Germany, the first to start the European union, are looking back and scratching their heads. For those of us who have been watching the growth of the European Union, many will remember the debate about […]

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Goran Hadzic, Serbian fugitive, finally arrested: A man who hides a thorn in his foot earns a swelling

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, Justice by on July 31, 2011 0 Comments
Goran Hadzic, Serbian fugitive, finally arrested: A man who hides a thorn in his foot earns a swelling

The last of 161 fugitives indicted for war crimes after the breakup of Yugoslavia has been arrested. Goran Hadzic was arrested and transferred to the international court of The Hague to respond to the charges against him. Mr. Hadzic was on the run for seven years. The government of Serbia was criticized for not doing […]

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Weiner finally resigns after resisting for weeks: A drowning man will clutch at a straw

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on June 20, 2011 0 Comments
Weiner finally resigns after resisting for weeks: A drowning man will clutch at a straw

After weeks of resisting calls for his resignation, New York Representative Anthony Weiner has finally resigned. It is a very sad day for his supporters. The Senator was a very popular and effective representive for his constituancies. The debate is going on over whether he has done the right thing. Anthony Weiner fought hard to keep […]

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Romney should be evaluated for his political beliefs, not for being a Mormon: If a man believes in a stone, that stone will serve him well

Filed in Current affairs, Justice, Politics by on April 2, 2011 0 Comments
Romney should be evaluated for his political beliefs, not for being a Mormon: If a man believes in a stone, that stone will serve him well

US presidential candidates are tested for their faith in God as much as for their knowledge of interior and foreign affairs or whether they are “likable” or not. Faith is important for every American. Religious intolerance is a sort of poison injected to disqualify a political opponent. We have seen Protestant versus Catholic. Not long ago, President Obama, who […]

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Former Israeli President Katsav convicted of rape: The death that kills a man begins as an appetite

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on March 25, 2011 0 Comments
Former Israeli President Katsav convicted of rape: The death that kills a man begins as an appetite

Former Israeli President Moshe Katsav has been sentenced by a panel of three judges in Tel Aviv to seven years in jail for sexual assault and rape. He also has been ordered to pay compensation to his two victims. It is a national embarrassment for the Jewish state. Sexual appetite and power are the worst […]

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Bravo to the people of Japan: The brave man is not he who doesn’t feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, Tragedy by on March 15, 2011 0 Comments
Bravo to the people of Japan: The brave man is not he who doesn’t feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear

 Despite being hit hard by a  natural calamity, the Japanese people have demonstrated why they have a reputation for being composed in the face of danger. The latest news of explosions at nuclear reactors that are putting the people at high risk of radiation is making life even more difficult. Stoic as usual, the people of Japan […]

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America loses last WWI veteran Frank Buckles: The death of an elderly man is like a burning library

Filed in Current affairs by on March 7, 2011 0 Comments
America loses last WWI veteran Frank Buckles: The death of an elderly man is like a burning library

America has lost its last World War I veteran. Not only did he serve in WWI, he also served in World War II and was a Japanese prisoner of war.  Frank Buckles died after his 110th birthday. He will be buried at Arlington National Cemetary, but will not be honored in the US Capitol. Common sense […]

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Tucson Highlights Obama’s Risk: The brave man is not he who doesn’t feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics, Tragedy by on January 12, 2011 0 Comments
Tucson Highlights Obama’s Risk: The brave man is not he who doesn’t feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.

For those of us who worry about President Obama’s safety, the shooting in Tucson is a reminder of the danger that he faces everyday. Having lived in the US for almost fifteen years under three Presidents, I have never seen such a boiling political climate in American politics before. I do believe that the election […]

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