Every place he visited, Clinton held the hands of local people living in poverty and delivered emotional speeches. He did not forget, of course, to announce resolutions to local problems.
It's 2008, the year of the U.S. presidential elections. But it seems that this year's 2008 campaign cycle began four years ago, the day after the November 2004 elections.
At that time, in 2004, I wrote a New Perspective article entitled "2008's primary colors," in which I stated, "On the Democratic ticket are the [Read more]
Although it may think otherwise, time is not on North Korea's side. It should conclude the declaration issue as quickly as possible.