The partisan reaction to the Detroit terrorism attempt shows that Republicans will not hesitate to use every weapon at hand in attacking the government — and that may well cause Obama to make errors.
On Thursday, the Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez accused the Reign of Lower Countries of collaborating with the United States in order to prepare a possible military attack against Venezuela, and he suggested that the European Union should intervene in order to avoid armed conflict.
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After he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, all media favored this contradictory point: a man who deployed 30,000 troops was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize as a symbol of peace. He himself justified the duality and said, “Evils exist in the world, and war is inevitable at times."
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Barack Obama's administration is crafting regulations that could open the door to the United States for other victims, for the first time recognizing domestic violence as a factor in qualifying for political asylum.
The Christmas Day attack attempt on a plane destined for the United States gives both the unpleasant feeling of repetition and (already) the much more uncomfortable sensation of an eternal recurrence: the airport security checkpoints; those increasingly nit-picky inspections Americans must go through, as do all [Read more]