Obama Wasn’t Kidding About Being The Education President

If President Obama has his way, next summer’s public school vacation may be sharply reduced. The president believes that American kids spend too little time in school, and this puts them at a disadvantage with other students around the globe. He knows only too well that longer school days and school years are not particularly […]

Sarah Palin For President

Every 4 years we Americans get to witness the spectacle of the Presidential election.  2000 was a big one, 2004 was even bigger, and 2008 was the biggest ever.  So, does this mean that 2012 is going to be even bigger than 2008-of course.  I think my favorite part of what is to come in […]

The low-down on our youths

Reaching out to the Malaysian youth: Do we just run a competition, make sure it is highly successful and then close shop or continue to stay involved after that to link up with the youths through other mechanisms? The current mechanism we are thinking of is a music event. Why music? Simply, music appeals to […]

A friendly word on Politics

Is the Republican Party disintegrating before our eyes. Is it their legitimate fear of financial ruin? Is it their insane hatred for their new President? Is it just cold calculated distraction tactics. Would they take this country to the brink of civil war because thay are bought and paid for by Insurance and Drug Companies? […]

Funny Political Blogs

Back in 1960, four University of Michigan professors published a landmark study that, to the nation’s utter shock, found that Americans are nothing but lemmings when it comes to our most sacred Democratic rite, voting. Titled “The American Voter”, the study revealed that, by and large, Democrats and Republicans voted for their respective parties for no […]

Fox News isn’t news

Bottom line is that Fox News is in for a very rough 2008. And the umbrella reason for that is quite simple: Eight years ago the all-news cable channel went all-in on the presidency of George Bush and became a broadcast partner with the White House. Proof of that was on display Sunday night, January […]

US presses for more economic sanctions

The Bush administration announced its intentions to increase the ongoing pressures on the Islamic government in Iran. US Secretary of State, Condoleeza Rice, said the new sanctions include severance of all financial ties with three of Iran’s largest state-run banks, the Revolutionary Guard Corps and its Quds force and a host of other institutions related […]

K Street, Where Democracy is Always For Sale

“Ten people who speak make more noise than ten thousand who are silent.” Napoleon Bonaparte America is considered to have the best democracy money can buy, and for the last twenty five years, The Centre for Responsive Politics has been monitoring and tracking the money flow of US politicians. It is a not for profit […]

National unity, reconciliation and Kerri – Lugar Bill

The language of KLB has become a challenge for Pakistani politics and economics. The text of the bill has been released even before the formal bill passing procedure. This deliberate or accidental act of America creates doubts that may be it could be an attempt to create misunderstanding among Pakistani government, political parties and the […]

A New Economic Model

The United States government will be borrowing nearly 50 cents out of every dollar it intends to spend, already exploding the record on federal deficit over $1.8 trillion additional dollars, in the upcoming fiscal year. Based on reports released Monday, federal government plans on adding upwards of $89 billion to to the 2009 red ink […]

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