Fighting terrorism requires respect for Islam

Posted by on Dec 12, 2015 in Blog, Extremism, Global Affairs, Immigration |

Photo courtesy of Lance Theroux Fighting terrorism requires respect for Islam By Rick Smith How America’s politicians label the fight on terrorism is a critical issue dividing the two political parties. The Republicans have been unrelenting in their attacks on President Obama for refusing to use the term “radical Islam” when referring to terrorism. The GOP has attacked the three Democratic presidential candidates as well for their refusal to...

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Posted by on Aug 12, 2015 in Education, Global Affairs, Minimum Wage |

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Democrats must rally in support of Hillary Clinton

Posted by on Mar 18, 2015 in Elections, Global Affairs | 0 comments

  Democrats must rally in support of Hillary Clinton The vicious and unfounded Republican attacks on Hillary Clinton have escalated with the latest preposterous charges about her emails.  This is an escalation of the Republicans’ continuing disgraceful Benghazi conspiracy investigations fabricated to smear Clinton’s sterling record as Secretary of State. They anticipate Hillary will be the Democrats’ Presidential nominee, and they are...

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Give the U.S. a voice for persons with disabilities of the world

Posted by on Jul 21, 2014 in Blog, Global Affairs | 0 comments

Give the U.S. a voice for persons with disabilities of the world It is time for the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee to re-open negotiations on the U. N. Disability Treaty, the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), so the treaty can come to the Senate floor for a ratification vote.    Parties, meaning countries ratifying the CRPD, to the Convention promote, protect, and ensure the full enjoyment of human, equal...

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New Benghazi report slams GOP’s smear campaign on Obama administration

Posted by on Dec 31, 2013 in Blog, Global Affairs | 0 comments

The release of the extensive investigation by the NY Times on the Benghazi attacks promises to be a political bombshell exploding the GOP and related groups unrelenting propaganda claim of a cover up by the Obama administration.  The Times article indicates the Republican’s primary allegations claiming an Al Qaeda link and denying any role of the controversial anti-Islamic video are questionable at best.  Republicans have made the Benghazi...

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Obama’s diplomacy is notable not laughable

Posted by on Sep 26, 2013 in Global Affairs | 0 comments

WHO radio talk-show host Simon Conway provided the expected contemptible dismissal of President Obama’s handling of the Syrian crisis with his “America is the laughingstock of the world” claims (Political Mercury, Sept. 19). Conway said he had more respect for Putin than Obama, a shocking comment considering Putin criticized Obama for describing America as an exceptional nation. Does Conway agree with Putin that we don’t deserve to be called...

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