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As reported by the North Korean government, dictator Kim Jong Il died this week, due to a heart attack “owing to excessive mental and physical exertions he had made in the days of his high-intensity forced march for leading the drive to build a thriving country.” In short, he worked himself to death. Building [...]
Now ruling America is a black man from our continent, an African from Arab descent, from Muslim descent, and this is something we never imagined – that from Reagan we would get to Barakeh Obama. He is someone I consider a friend. He knows he is a son of Africa. Regardless of his [...]
I woke this morning to a story on the radio about September 11. It was about two Hispanic immigrants who got trapped in their van at the base of the World Trade Center as the south tower collapsed. They just waited in there terrified as the debris and dust showered around them, certain that [...]
The successful military operation against Osama bin Laden on May 1 has had a profound effect on the Presidency of Barack Obama, transforming a man that many had portrayed as an effete intellectual into a “bad-ass black president.” Obama has in deed proven that he is tough on terror. The victory has also led [...]
This September we will mark the 10th Anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the United States, and it will be the first 9/11 this country has celebrated during which Osama bin Laden is dead. It is extraordinary how bin Laden’s death has provided closure on an era of uncertainty. In President Obama’s words, [...]
United Nations security forces have escalated the battle against Libyan dicatator Muammar Gaddafi, with air strikes launched against loyalist targets, including Gaddafi’s personal compound. Having engaged this battle, there is no stopping now until Gaddafi is either captured or killed. The reasoning is clear: with connections to some of the 20th century’s most atrocious [...]