The economies of the Philippines and the United States would bounce back in 2009 despite the global financial crisis, U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines Kristie Kenney said.
In a general evaluation of his policy before leaving the White House, President George Bush said that he is “leaving behind solid foundations for the next American presidents and military leaders to build on.”
The strongest reply on this claim came with choosing the black Democrat candidate, Barak Obama, to be the [Read more]
ROD BLAGOJEVICH created a new distraction for his state by making an appointment to the U.S. Senate even while he faces federal corruption charges for, in part, allegedly trying to sell the very seat he now is trying to fill.
What are the results of Bush's Mideast policy? The shoe thrown at him by a correspondent for Al Baghdadia, an independent Iraqi television station? Or was it a much too shallow, even if striking, assessment of the U.S. president's achievements and failures in the Middle East?
American Capitalism’s power elite, comprised of the upper strata of the economic, corporate, political, and military hierarchies, enjoy tremendous advantages over those who oppose them.
For those of us who've been told for eight years that we weren't real Americans - liberals, urbanites, non-believers, cabernet-sippers, same-sex lovers, anti-war-mongerers, Volvo drivers - well, the tables have turned. We're the real Americans now.