President Obama Must Really Order An Investigation of Torture Program (7 comments)
Torture demeans not only the victim but also the perpetrator and the communities to which they belong, and is effective principally to extract false information from innocent victims. Bush admin's torture program was an unconscionable travesty of justice and insult to our national legal heritage and precedent, which can be rectified only by a meaningful investigation and prosecution.
Open Letter to Mr. Barack Obama (8 comments)
Open letter to Obama: You have failed to deliver your message to a large number of white, working class voters in critical swing states. Please hurry to give them a clear message as to why they should vote for you, rather than for McCain. If you do that before the election day, you will be elected president. Please hurry. There is not much time left.
Tuesday, July 22, 2008
An Exit Strategy or a Perpetuation of the Iraq War? (2 comments)
A "long-term" security arrangement with Iraq, which the Bush administration tries to conclude with the Iraq government, can be a device to perpetuate our occupation of Iraq and thus to prolong the war indefinitely, rather than part of a genuine exit strategy from the war, unless the security arrangement is principally for safe withdrawal of our troops, not for perpetual colonial rule of Iraq.
Three Paradoxical Aspects Of The Wright Controversy (5 comments)
Analysis of the Media's Handling of the Wright Controversy: the Media is practicing an indirect form of racism on the pretense that voters at large practice racism; Wright sermons have become controversial because his discredited sermons contain kernel of truthl, not because they are ludicrous, as alleged by the pundits; also discusses why traditional power centers for blacks have been so unenthusiastic to Obama's campaign
Monday, April 28, 2008
IS OBAMA TOO WEAK TO BE OUR NEXT PRESIDENT?
Discusses why it is imperative to actively support Obama's candidacy through his final election in November, and not worry about the charge that he may not be strong enough to be a fighter.