Never is there anything more American than this establishing dream of grandeur that the new president fills his mouth with every time he opens it.
Yesterday two friends of mine called me and said the same thing: “How is it that you are not watching Obama’s ceremony?”. Both had organized and prepared a spread of brownies, pies and different snacks to enjoy during the event, which sparked an interest on the same level, if not greater, as an expensive wedding [Read more]
A quick review of the speech given on Tuesday by Obama on the staircase of the Capitol is enough to indicate that a bright future is not in store for al-Qaeda.
Barack Obama has put himself to the task of nothing more than settling into the White House and his first decisions have fitted to the priorities that were defined during the electoral campaign and in his few public appearances as President-elect. Even though he gave a time frame of two years to close Guantanamo, one [Read more]
A friend of mine in the teaching profession is going through the process with a passionate curiosity of intimately familiarizing herself with the techniques that she should utilize as a future emotional coach, a profession currently all the rage, among other things. These methods would help us to be more socially [Read more]
The future president of the United States knows that he is gambling with the economy. He could have taken a bit of a siesta on his popularity and confided in a political hit to prolong the honey moon with the electorate; he could have awarded his most radical followers with populist measures that are more cosmetic than [Read more]
He is trusted to have a great strategy to, once and for all, settle Afghanistan, a country where British, Soviet and NATO allies have failed for 100 years, to draw the troops from Iraq without causing more shame, to close Guantánamo without, in the process, allowing terrorists to escape, to teach the Iranians the errors of their ways.
Former Spanish Prime Minister José María Aznar considers Barack Obama’s victory in the United Sates presidential elections "a historical first and a predictable economic disaster."
In the same interview, Aznar defended George W. Bush, calling him a "grand statesman" that is living in his farewell "the hour of [Read more]
Before arriving in Washington this past Sunday, President-elect Barack Obama, who has been very careful to observe all proper protocol with respect to his predecessor, had to confront a crisis of his own making. Obama is right when he refuses to comment on the Israeli offensive in Gaza. The United States has only one [Read more]
Truth is stranger than fiction…especially when it is a complete lie. Everyone who for years believed in the “greatest love story ever” through the efforts of the television and publishing superstar Oprah Winfrey is now in shock. Oprah was one of those who catapulted Herman and Roma Rosenblat to fame. [Read more]