Women’s rights and the presidential election My latest column in the Canada Free Press: As the last days of the presidential campaign wind down, I’ve had two thoughts on my mind that won’t go away. The first pertains to the ongoing discussion about a “War on Women” taking place in the United States and the … More A descent back to the dark ages
Syrian dictator Bashar Assad’s military units are in the process of crushing a popular uprising that has sustained itself for almost two months. During that time, the rest of the world has ignored Syria, even though its sadistic leaders have been vying for a seat on the UN “Human Rights Commission.” The regime, in a … More Our strategic interests at work
After a lengthy battle, Pakistan has agreed to allow the Taliban to introduce Sharia law, a deranged way of life backward enough to inflict punishment on rape victims, as my most last post pointed out. By all means, Pakistan is surrendering to the Taliban. If the Pakistani Army does pull out and the Taliban moves … More Paradise lost…
Today was another defining moment for the people of Iraq. Last night, I spoke with several of my friends who live in the country and I was nearly moved to tears as they talked about getting ready to vote. I think it is safe to say that Iraq is ready to be the beacon of … More Mission Accomplished
Now don’t forget your most important responsibilities. President Obama has an obligation to keep up the effort in Afghanistan and make sure the gains we have tried so hard for in Iraq do not crumble. If only our President could hear from one of Iraq’s potential leaders. He would learn some things he probably isn’t … More Welcome to the job, Mr. President
It looks as if Barack Obama will need to come to terms with the fact that the Khomeinists in Tehran may not be as willing to chat it up with him as he has thought. In these photos, hardline supporters of Khamenei and Hamas burn Obama’s photo and drive a car over it, just as … More Not exactly in the mood for "change"
How good and how pleasant it would be, before God and man, to see the unification of all Americans (borrowed of course from the great Bob Marley’s ‘Africa Unite’) Seriously, more than anything at all, this is what I want. If Barack Obama can manage to accomplish this, I will be the first one in … More Time to be one nation again