Were now barely four weeks from the presidential election in the USA. Recent surveys and projections show Senator Barack Obama with about a five percent lead.
Commentary by Norman Birnbaum
Most people in the rest of the world also support Obama, but they shouldnt celebrate too early. No one dares to [Read more]
US Election Campaign: Sarah Palin Shows John McCain Her Fangs
Sarah Palin should be the young and fresh outsider who complements the 72 year old experienced political player, John McCain. Since she needs tutoring in foreign and domestic policy, McCain will make rapid strategic decisions without her. But Palin has [Read more]
Woodward, who after four books about Bush must realize what kind of cesspool he mistook for a national stage, tries to give himself cover by saying Bushs replacement will certainly and unfortunately discover it was all actually worse than anyone suspected.
The American financial debacle and its effects on fanatics in the Muslim world
In case Osama bin Laden is still alive, hes probably very happy these days. Hell tell his followers, Just look, our mortal enemy is on his deathbed. Theyll all nod in agreement and hungrily continue gobbling up the news coming [Read more]
The chaos on Wall Street has now hit the people on Main Street. Thousands of Americans are unemployed, and worse may be on the way.
Its all over for Bill Heard. The aging gentleman had been Americas largest Chevrolet dealer up until a few weeks ago when he ended his familys business and its 89-year history. [Read more]
Neither Barack Obama nor John McCain will admit that the United States is experiencing the crisis of the century, but the advantage lies with the young.
After seven years involvement in Afghanistan, no improvements are apparent in the country. Because of domestic politics, however, the government lacks the honesty to do anything about it.
The German government can be thankful these days that their only involvement with the Taliban has been settled in the boardrooms [Read more]