Wednesday, January 17, 2018
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This Vet Not For Romney

Presidential contender, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, is a Chickenhawk who talks fast and loose, and is willing to jeopardize American lives.

U.S. to China: Raise You a Hypersonic Bomb

In what is sure to excite everyone from war-mongering hawks to peace-loving hippies, the U.S. may have just developed a bomb that will end...

Obamacare is the New “N***a”; Perry’s Not Out … Yet;...

by Jason Johnson, Chief Political Correspondent Obama takes a Tip from Nas: Obamacare as “Ni**er?”   Every couple of years the African American intelligencia get wrapped up...

SEAL of Approval

I was hoping, at least in the U.S., that this event would allow America to come together, if only for a moment, and reflect on what makes America such a wonderful place. But, I guess I was a bit too optimistic!

Obama, Powell Urge START Ratification

President Barack Obama turned to former Secretary of State Colin Powell as his new “special adviser” on the START Treaty.

The Mexican in the Room

The timing of the immigration reform speech probably underscores Presidential considerations actually larger than political disputes at home. There is growing concern over the increasingly volatile situation in Mexico as the narco-wars intensify.As the narco-wars blow up onto the U.S./Mexico border, there are worries that American militarization of its shared Southern frontier with Mexico could lead to larger issues in the near future, including conflict with Mexico.

U.S. World Cup Team Gets Personal Kudos from Obama

The U.S. World Cup Soccer team got a very special phone call on Thursday. President Barack Obama phoned the team to offer his congratulations on their...

Behind the Global Rail

Unfortunately, this points to a severe lack of creative thinking on the part of legislators on all levels. Talking about high speed rail strikes the “green economy” chord with its euphoric promise of new jobs, a cleaner environment and cost-efficient transportation systems, but it takes money to go to market, as the saying goes.