Government debt worldwide is so enormous that a lot of money can be earned from it. The temptation, therefore, to play with the debt and to hide it away, is becoming great.
Because Republicans have no sincere interest in solving the health care issue (according to 54 percent of Americans recently polled), Democrats will have to get it done on their own.
<b>The hideous legacy of the foolish George Bush also includes 4,800 Americans who lost their lives in the pointless occupation of Iraq. It continues to cost more than 1 billion dollars a day, and nobody really knows how to get out of this mess.</b>
Osama Bin Laden keeps smiling to himself in some cave in one of the [Read more]
<b>Obama’s “healthcare summit” ended without compromise. Republicans stuck with their unconditional “no.”</b>
What has been taken for granted in other industrialized nations for decades remains an open question in the United States: universal health insurance. Even after seven hours at the green table in [Read more]
Talking about American double standards in terms of dealing with Arab issues is nothing new. However, the current crisis posed by the House of Representatives with regard to Arab satellite channels, along with the threats of penalties, brings about a new chapter in this old story.
Or at the very least, it sheds light [Read more]