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By Bill Wedin What a joyous Christmas season for all these Syrian Christians! With young, white-bearded Santas, just back from battling Muslim terrorists, blowing their shiny trumpets and banging their brightly-colored drums, while Christ’s beloved, brown-eyed children are so filled … Continue reading
That’s what tireless antiwar activist Steve Horn is asserting at Alternet.
By George Friedman In a week when the European crisis continued building, the White House chose publicly to focus on announcements about the end of wars. The death of Moammar Gadhafi was said to mark the end of the war … Continue reading
[Professor Bennis isn’t having any of this either. –Angela, CHA, link monkey] It began the same way, with a home-grown call for protests against a dictatorship responsible for terrible repression, the massacre of prisoners and more. But when Libyan protesters … Continue reading
On Sept. 25-28, top global oil and gas executives flocked to Bahrain for a conference titled, “Shaping the Future: Innovating Beyond Limits.” The Conference started with a keynote address by Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, the Prime Minister of Bahrain. … Continue reading