Come up with a position – Mitt will be along shortly


He has been running for president of the United States for almost six years, and there are still so many doubts about his backbone and his political footing that opposing party partisans are not the only ones questioning his ability to be leader of the free world. But if he doesn't belong in the Oval… Continue reading Come up with a position – Mitt will be along shortly

Putting peace in the crosshairs


Obama's peace sign has become a target. Republicans and Democrats have latched on to his statement about peace in the region "based on the 1967 lines with mutually agreed swaps," as if it were a call for Israel to retreat to the pre-1967 border between  the Jewish state and a new nation for the Palestinians.… Continue reading Putting peace in the crosshairs

The Obama Doctrine – making Hope global


"The United States supports a set of universal rights.  And these rights include free speech, the freedom of peaceful assembly, the freedom of religion, equality for men and women under the rule of law, and the right to choose your own leaders." - President Barack Obama affirming what he intends the country to represent, in… Continue reading The Obama Doctrine – making Hope global

Bloodshed or bailout – is Mubarak too big to fail?


"[There will be] no ending of the regime." - Egyptian Vice President Omar Suleiman, to reporters, Wednesday. Blustery threats from Egypt's recently appointed vice president are barely blowing the sand from the pillar of protest against the embattled government's leadership. The people in Egypt's streets will not cease until their pillar becomes an obelisk, a… Continue reading Bloodshed or bailout – is Mubarak too big to fail?