Tag: Uganda

The US cannot fight Islamists in every corner of our planet alone: A dog has four legs, but follows only one direction

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on June 30, 2011 0 Comments
The US cannot fight Islamists in every corner of our planet alone: A dog has four legs, but follows only one direction

The US administration is supplying drone aircraft to Uganda and Burundi to fight Islamist militants in Somalia. The US drone aircraft have been successful weapons in fighting Al-Qaeda and Islamist militants in Pakistan, Yemen, and Afghanistan. However, giving drones to two African countries shows that the US cannot be fighting Islamists in every corner of […]

Continue Reading »

President Obama should not support the mosque: If you ignore your own relatives, you will serve the outsiders

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on August 17, 2010 0 Comments
President Obama should not support the mosque: If you ignore your own relatives, you will serve the outsiders

Sometimes silence is the best attitude in the face of controversy. As President of the United States, President Obama shouldn’t express his opinion about anything that is controversial. His latest “faux pas” — giving his opinion about the building of a mosque near ground zero — has added fuel to the fire. It is good to […]

Continue Reading »

Ahmadinejad Proposes Talk With Obama: The bravery of a lion doesn’t protect it from the spear of hunter.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs, US foreign policy by on August 3, 2010 0 Comments
Ahmadinejad Proposes Talk With Obama: The bravery of a lion doesn’t protect it from the spear of hunter.

President Ahmadinejad has offered a one-on-one talk with President Obama in front of the media. The White House has not reacted yet to the offer.  The US and Iran have been sparring over the nuclear issue and also the human rights abuses in Iran. It is unclear what Ahmadinejad expects from Obama. For sure the […]

Continue Reading »

An open letter to Black people and White people in America: Love is a painkiller.

Filed in Current affairs, Strange stuff, Tragedy by on April 12, 2010 0 Comments
An open letter to Black people and White people in America: Love is a painkiller.

Governor Bob McDonnell of Virginia has added oil to the fire of race relations! For a while, we had a little break from your constant “cold war” between Black ignorant people and White ignorant people. Now things are back to “normal”. Regardless of which side you are on, Black or White, slavery was a sad and dark side […]

Continue Reading »

Dick Cheney’s heart attack: Even the mightiest eagle comes down to the treetops to rest.

Filed in Current affairs by on February 24, 2010 0 Comments
Dick Cheney’s heart attack: Even the mightiest eagle comes down to the treetops to rest.

Former Vice-President Dick Cheney had his fifth heart attack, which seems a lot for one human being. He had a long political career and deserves to retire from politics and rest. Unfortunately, after the Bush administration left the White House, Dick Cheney has been the most vocal critic of the Obama‘s administration. It is unclear […]

Continue Reading »

Glenn Beck and Limbaugh on Obama: One who is not moved by words is not moved by the stick.

Filed in Current affairs, Politics by on December 11, 2009 1 Comment
Glenn Beck and Limbaugh on Obama: One who is not moved by words is not moved by the stick.

The president accepted the Nobel Peace Prize yesterday. It is rare for Obama to get praise from his political opponents. From Sarah Palin to Newt Gingrich, all have been touched by Obama’s vision and justification of necessary wars during his acceptance speech. At least the conservatives can have some objectivity. A Nobel Prize to an […]

Continue Reading »

You cannot be a mouse and bat at the same time.

Filed in Current affairs, foreign affairs by on September 25, 2009 0 Comments
You cannot be a mouse and bat at the same time.

Muammar Ghaddafi, the Libyan leader, has succeeded in stealing the attention at the U.N. General Assembly. This man is the real good change that the world wants to see. Moving from sponsoring terrorism to a peaceful state is a positive move that states like Iran should follow. In his speech at the U.N. he pointed […]

Continue Reading »

You must judge a woman by the taste of her soup.

Filed in Current affairs, Justice, Politics by on July 15, 2009 0 Comments
You must judge a woman by the taste of her soup.

Dr. Regina Benjamin, a family practice doctor who works with the rural poor in Alabama, is his choice for Surgeon General, President Obama said Monday. Definitely, women are rising in positions of power in America. It is a good thing. Even though the gap is still there between men and women, women has come very […]

Continue Reading »

If you are threatened by a man, sleep at night, if it is a woman then stay awake

Filed in McCain, Sarah Palin, US presidential elections by on November 13, 2008 1 Comment
If you are threatened by a man, sleep at night, if it is a woman then stay awake

There are many ways of coping with a loss. Some people find their way by using humor, like John McCain did to deal with his presidential defeat. Some, like Sarah Palin, seem to talk more to the press now than during the election campaign. This is a time for her to restore her “image” after […]

Continue Reading »

The hunter who is chasing an elephant doesn’t stop to throw stones at the birds.

Filed in McCain, Sarah Palin, US presidential elections by on October 23, 2008 0 Comments
The hunter who is chasing an elephant doesn’t stop to throw stones at the birds.

At this point in the presidential elections, time is running out. Each political camp is working hard to maintain its lead or catch up. The latest controversy about Joe Biden‘s comments is another distraction being created by the McCain campaign. The latest polls are showing clearly that the issue that matters the most to the […]

Continue Reading »