The $700 Billion rescue plan that should help save the American economy is able to avoid a recession in the country and can save jobs," said U.S. President George W. Bush during the message to the nation delivered in the East Room of the White House. The speech was broadcast live during prime time TV, when television [Read more]
The aspiring First Ladys sexy bust is exposed in the Leo Kesting Gallery in New York.
Michelle Obama as you have never seen her before. The wife of the Democratic candidate in the run for the White House appears sculpted naked- a scandal prompted by Daniel Edwards and exposed in New York. This is the new stroke of [Read more]
The other night one of my colleagues was watching the Democratic Convention with his nine-year-old son (the election fever here has even affected the youngest). The youngest boy was a big supporter of Barack Obama and admired his proposal of taxing the rich to help the poor, until his father asked him if he knew in [Read more]
"No president should ever hesitate to use force, unilaterally if necessary, to protect ourselves when we are attacked, and to also protect our vital interests when they are imminently threatened." These words are not from John McCain or George W. Bush. They were said by Barack Obama on April 24, 2007 when he was [Read more]
Obama and McCain both put the environment among their priorities, but with different and weak proposals.
It was time that this happened; it seems that the United States will finally have a president who will take the issue of climate change seriously, and take concrete action. Unless there is some tragic event or [Read more]
The visit to Italy by US Vice President Dick Cheney, which begins on 5 September, is beginning to look interesting.
Obama's success is due to being a talented public speaker in a society that tends to go over prejudices after the historical experience of the melting pot. But is the new man really going to win the presidential elections on November 4?
The notion of "melting pot" is by now obsolete. Today one lands in the United States, individually or in groups, without merging into a melting pot.