Reelect President Bush for the 2nd term: Evidence & Proofs

Why President Bush should have his second term? The arguments can be drawn from Gas price, Job creation and War in Iraq scientifically. If it is scientific, it must observe the same result, test in the same experiment and constitute a mathematical truth. For example, we all know that goose... Read More

Pending Oil Crisis

Heavens, what are we up against? It seems these days that we are inundated with worsening situations, not just in Canada but worldwide: Increasing terrorism threats; Global arrests of Al Qaeda operatives; More corruption in our Canadian Liberal federal government; A backlash against Official Bilingualism resulting in Mini Official Bilingualism... Read More

Colts? Stadium Short on Horse Sense

The predominant discussion in the Indianapolis media over the proposed $500 million Colts stadium is how to fund it, not over the wisdom and propriety of taxpayers going into debt to build it.Apparently the leaders of both major political parties in Indiana have signed off on the concept, including a... Read More

A Cheap Holiday in Other Peoples Misery (catching up with Mordechai Vanunu in Israel)

One of my favourite pieces of music is the Sex Pistols' classic 'Holidays in the Sun' - a song that begins with the line, 'a cheap holiday in other people's misery'. This would have made a fitting epitaph for my holiday in Israel, except that the $3000 air ticket meant... Read More

Simple Middle East Peace Plan


Bush Panders America?s Kids to Saudi Pederasts

President Bush and Secretary Powell should hang their heads in shame. The administration professes to value America's children and touts the phrase "No Child Left Behind." Simultaneously, they have abandoned an estimated 16,000 American children abroad.According to Joel Mowbray's book "Dangerous Diplomacy," the children have been kidnapped by their parents... Read More

Top 30 Politics Quotations

"It is the duty of every citizen according to his best capacities to give validity to his convictions in political affairs." -- Albert Einstein"Politics, n. Strife of interests masquerading as a contest of principles." -- Ambrose Bierce"Man is by nature a political animal." -- Aristotle"I have come to the conclusion... Read More

The ?Manchurian Candidate?: Lee Harvey Oswald?

An American soldier is taken behind enemy lines and brainwashed as an unwitting assassin by communists in league with American political figures. This soldier then returns to the States to kill a presidential candidate as part of a political scheme to escalate and exploit Cold War tensions.Sound familiar? It does... Read More

Abu Ghraib: Our Surprise is the only Surprise

As pictures and videos surface showing young American soldiers humiliating and dehumanizing Iraqi prisoners, we, as a society, recoil in disgust and disbelief. Friends and family of those charged with such crimes, shake their heads in bewilderment and assure the world that the perpetrators are normal, caring, loving individuals without... Read More

A Look Ahead to 2008 (Part I)

Just as everyone has breathed a sigh of relief at the end of 2004 presidential campaign, I would like to take a quick look ahead to 2008. Unless George W. Bush is unable to complete his second term, 2008 will bring the third open presidential election (no incumbent running) in... Read More

In The News:

Supreme Court to Hear Capital Cases Roiling Kansas Politics
ABC News
The U.S. Supreme Court is preparing to consider reinstating death sentences for two brothers convicted in the notorious slayings of four people in Kansas, capital cases that roiled the state's politics and have prompted calls to remake its judiciary ...

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New York Times

Today in Politics: Jeb Bush Returns to Iowa as He Calls for Changes in Washington
New York Times
As for Washington, Mr. Bush has called for several changes to the political system, including a proposal to deal with legislators who repeatedly miss votes. While missing votes is a widespread issue in Congress, the move is a specifically relevant as ...

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TPM (blog)

The Expanding Politics of Denial
TPM (blog)
As I wrote on Friday, the craze to refuse to name the names of mass shooters is a grand form of evasion. Unable to address the actual causes of mass gun violence we stumble around for some feel-good nonsense that allows us to pretend we're taking action.


Gun Politics Have Changed, Mostly Among Republicans
It's hard to deny that the NRA has won the gun debate over the past 20 years. Despite mass shootings — and despite some 80 to 90 percent of Americans saying they are in favor of background checks — no legislation expanding on the 1993 Brady Bill has ...
Gun Politics Have Changed, But Mostly It's RepublicansKCBX

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Huffington Post

Business and Progressives Allied: Politics and Pocketbooks
Huffington Post
My organization, American Family Voices, hosted a summit in D.C. on Friday between forward-thinking business leaders and top leaders of the progressive movement in America. It is the beginning of a crucially important conversation in American politics ...


Barry Diller Says He'll Leave the Country If Donald Trump Wins the White House
Barry Diller, the founder and chairman of IAC Interactive, knows show biz and New York real estate—and he is not impressed with the New York real estate mogul and superlative showman currently topping national politics polls. “All he is is a huckster ...

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New York Times

Senator Bernie Sanders at a rally in Boston on Saturday.Credit Charlie Mahoney ...
New York Times
An average of polls calculated by Real Clear Politics found that Ms. Ayotte leads Ms. Hassan by 4.5 percentage points in a hypothetical matchup. But that has tightened since the middle of the summer. Ms. Ayotte, 47, looks as if she will be well ...
Hassan Senate Run Will Have Ripple Effect Across N.H. PoliticsNew Hampshire Public Radio
Updated: It's official: Hassan vs. Ayotte for US SenateWMUR Manchester

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Reason (blog)

Dilbert's Scott Adams on Politics, Philosophy, Hypnosis, and "Failing Towards ...
Reason (blog)
Reason TV's Zach Weissmueller sat down with Adams in his home office to discuss Adams' obsession with Donald Trump ("I see in Trump a level of persuasion technique that is probably invisible to the public" - 1:18), his resistance to political labels ...

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U.S. News & World Report (blog)

Planned Parenthood Has to Be in the Politics Business
U.S. News & World Report (blog)
On Sunday's "Meet the Press" Chuck Todd, a journalist I respect, asked an interesting, but odd, question of Cecile Richards, the president of Planned Parenthood: "Should you be in the politics business?" This is a circular argument: Planned Parenthood ...
Raw politics drives GOP probes of Benghazi, Planned ParenthoodBaltimore Sun
Politics & Other Mistakes: Stillborn waysDaily Bulldog

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Los Angeles Times

Why Obama prefers politicizing to actual politics
Los Angeles Times
"Man is a political animal," Aristotle said, and it is through politics that we decide how we should all live together. But ultimately Obama was just paying lip service to an ideal he does not live by. He's not about to try building consensus on gun ...
White House: Obama's Trip To Oregon Will 'Not be About Politics'Breitbart News
Reactions to last week's school shooting show the importance of political rhetoricVox

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