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… thoughts on the African  Dream by Samuel O. Adeyemi Exactly 40 years after Dr. Martin Luther King Jnr gave that historic speech when he led thousands to march on Washington for civil rights and jobs; a black senator from the state of Chicago accepted the nomination of the Democratic Party in the st...
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Rafe MAIR The election of Barack Obama to a second term has huge implications. First let me compliment CNN on its magnificent coverage. To be able to claim Ohio and Florida long before the final results came in was incredible and it reminded me of a by-election in my old riding caused by my resignati...
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Oct 22nd, 2012
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by Clarice Feldman One of the intriguing aspects of this election is how the Democrats’ shameless and clueless appeal to women is ending with the vaporization of the historic “gender gap” among voters. The Lady Parts Convention From the prancing Code Pink vulvas outside the conventi...
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By Andrei Ilyashenko n the eyes of the US electorate, Barack Obama looks cuter than his opponent at the forthcoming presidential election Mitt Romney, according to the results of the Reuters public opinion poll published today. However, 75% of respondents believe that the country’s economy is on the ...
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Aug 12th, 2012
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Don’t be persuaded by the rhetoric about US is a capitalist nation where individuals pull themselves up by their own boot straps. To the extent such is true, make no mistake about it, US America is a giant welfare country whereby both the rich and poor folks alike have all benefited from some f...
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Jun 4th, 2012
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Anna FILIMONOVA Political tensions in Serbia show no signs of subsiding now that the electoral race is over and T. Nikolic’s presidency is an accomplished fact. The country has reached a bifurcation point and is currently presented with a unique opportunity to switch to a new model of developme...
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Apr 10th, 2012
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Dennis Prager In light of the tragic killing of black teenager Trayvon Martin — and the manufactured hysteria surrounding it — one thing needs to be stated as clearly and as often as possible: The United States is the least racist and least xenophobic country in the world. Foreigners of every race, e...
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Apr 9th, 2012
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Pyotr ISKENDEROV While getting closer to parliamentary and, as has finally become known, presidential elections on May 6, the heat is on the rise in Serbia. But the major scoops and revelations, that normally appear in a pre-election period, are not centered around political or social-economic progra...
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Apr 2nd, 2012
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Rafe MAIR I have two political maxims – “you make a serious mistake assuming that people in charge know what the hell they’re doing” and, “you don’t have to be a 10 in politics; you can be a 3 if everyone is a 2”… Chris Hedges along with Ralph Nader, Paul Krugman, Gloria Steinman and […]...
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Feb 1st, 2012
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When Elizabeth Warren went on MSNBC to deny that she was a member of the 1 percent despite her nearly 15 million dollar net worth, the denial had a cultural element to it. Despite being a millionaire, Warren did not see herself as “wealthy.” The current debate over the 1 percent and the 99 percent [&...