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Speaker of the House Role Transitions from Pelosi to Boehner: It takes a season for a snake to change into its new skin

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on January 6, 2011 0 Comments
Speaker of the House Role Transitions from Pelosi to Boehner: It takes a season for a snake to change into its new skin

It is official now, John Boehner is the speaker of the House of Representatives. Despite political differences, anybody can learn a simple lesson of life from this man. The emotional GOP leader is an inspiration. He came from a modest family to be where he is today. We wish him the very best in serving his country.  […]

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Changes in the White House: Choose your fellow traveler before you start on your journey

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on December 27, 2010 0 Comments
Changes in the White House: Choose your fellow traveler before you start on your journey

A new year means new people in the Obama administration. The political environment will not be favorable for the US president as of January. It is unclear if the President’s bi-partisan approach to pass important legislation in December will continue for the next two years. The Presidential election is coming in 2012. Each political party has its own […]

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President Obama achieving more with Republicans: Happy is a man who goes hunting for rats and catches an elephant

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on December 23, 2010 0 Comments
President Obama achieving more with Republicans: Happy is a man who goes hunting for rats and catches an elephant

After a big loss in the mid-term elections, President Obama, who has changed his attitude toward his political opponents in the Republican party, is achieving more in the few weeks before the Republican party takes control of the House of Representatives. He has chosen to basically to go it alone, against his own political party, negotiating with […]

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In time of war, gays and straights are equal: A mother of twins should have impartial breasts

Filed in Current affairs, Justice by on December 20, 2010 0 Comments
In time of war, gays and straights are equal: A mother of twins should have impartial breasts

Gays in the US military must be delighted with the repeal by lawmakers of “Don’t ask, Don’t tell,” a discriminatory law against gays in the military. It is a good and a bad thing. In our society, being gay is seen as a mental disorder. Being openly gay in the military can be difficult as well, […]

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Master diplomat Holbrooke dies: Death is a black camel that lies down at every door. Sooner or later you must ride the camel

Filed in Current affairs, Tragedy, US foreign policy by on December 15, 2010 0 Comments
Master diplomat Holbrooke dies: Death is a black camel that lies down at every door. Sooner or later you must ride the camel

The death of high profile diplomat Richard Holbrooke is big news. Some faces symbolize America internationally. Richard was one of those faces. Holbrooke achieved a lot for peace in Kosovo and was very critical of Hamid Karzai’s government involvement in corruption. Holbrooke and Karzai did not like each other very much. For sure, he served his country with […]

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President’s basketball injury will not end his love for the game: He who loves the vase loves what is inside

Filed in Current affairs by on November 27, 2010 0 Comments
President’s basketball injury will not end his love for the game: He who loves the vase loves what is inside

President Obama, a basketball player and fan, was hurt during a game at the White House with his close friends. The president ended up with twelve stitches. Like any other sport, basketball has its good and bad side. But both are part of the game. For sure, this was not the president’s last game. He will […]

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Democrats need to do some self-analysis: A man who is trampled to death by an elephant is a man who is blind and deaf

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on November 8, 2010 0 Comments
Democrats need to do some self-analysis: A man who is trampled to death by an elephant is a man who is blind and deaf

The Democrats are recovering slowly from their bad dream. Critics have said that the Democrats were out of touch with reality. For sure, the expectations of the American people are too high. There is no way even a Republican president could have fixed the economy in two years. The president has accepted his share of responsibility. President […]

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Everything in politics is a cycle: Winning or losing is like a man’s testes; they swing back and forth

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on November 5, 2010 0 Comments
Everything in politics is a cycle: Winning or losing is like a man’s testes; they swing back and forth

President Obama‘s press conference and speech after the bloody congressional loss was painful. I have seen a broken man! Despite all the predictions prior to the elections, it seems that the president did not anticipate the huge upset of his political party. President Obama certainly knows that he is not the first to endure such a painful fiasco. […]

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Turning point for the Obama presidency: The dream of cats is all mice

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on November 2, 2010 0 Comments
Turning point for the Obama presidency: The dream of cats is all mice

We are finally at the turning point of the Obama presidency. Today, America is going to the polls. Regardless of which poll you see or which TV channel you watch, the overall predictions are in favor of the GOP. Americans are obsessed with change but seem to have a short memory. John Boehner, one of the most […]

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Obama back in campaign mode: The chicken that digs for food will not sleep hungry

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on October 26, 2010 0 Comments
Obama back in campaign mode: The chicken that digs for food will not sleep hungry

President Obama has been pushing hard to secure the Democratic Senate and House of Representatives. The Commander-in-Chief has been transformed to a “passenger pigeon.” He has crossed the United States from West to East to revive the soul of the Democratic party. In the Republican stronghoods, especially in the South, there is no hope. We […]

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