In 2014, with graying hair and anxiety, Obama expressed to the world that “we don’t have the strength to match our ambitions.”* America continues to lose its ability to control world order. Domestically, the August killing of Ferguson, Missouri youth Michael Brown has created America’s latest human rights scar. [Read more]
Dozens of suspicious, unjust reports with alleged results from investigations were issued by [American human rights] organizations on Bahrain, Egypt and other [countries]. Now, where are these organizations when it comes to the events in Ferguson?
The killing of a black teenager by a white police officer has evolved into "the longest period of public unrest since the Vietnam War."* American police have used smoke grenades, tear gas and armored vehicles to disperse demonstrators. One 90-year-old Holocaust survivor, Herdy Esptein, was arrested for failure to [Read more]
The surveillance scandal, with all its ramifications, has proved earth-shattering. Suffice it to say, it clarified the fact that citizens of the United States are not free and do not exercise lives free from monitoring and control.