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Irony: George W. Bush Trashes President Obama on Iran and ISIS

Irony: George W. Bush Trashes President Obama on Iran and ISIS

George W. Bush trashes Obama on foreign policy Oh, the irony.  Iraq invasion engineer George W. Bush trashed President Obama on Iran and ISIS during a meeting with the Republican Jewish Coalition on Saturday. He opined that President Obama had America in retreat mode on the world stage and that […]

by Janet Shan· · Politics
European Foreign Ministers Back Hillary Clinton for President

European Foreign Ministers Back Hillary Clinton for President

Hillary Clinton for president “The foreign ministers of Germany and France appear to have come close to breaking with diplomatic convention by publicly backing Hillary Clinton’s bid for the US presidency,” the Guardian reports. This is a huge boost for Clinton as Republican presidential candidates such as Marco Rubio, Rand […]

by Janet Shan· · Elections
President Barack Obama: “It is a Great Pleasure to Visit Jamaica”

President Barack Obama: “It is a Great Pleasure to Visit Jamaica”

President Obama in Jamaica President Obama, who is on a two day visit to Jamaica, wishes for the deep relationship between the island and the U.S. will remain for generations. He arrived in Jamaica on April 8 ahead of his trip to Panama for the Seventh Summit of the Americas. […]

by Janet Shan· · Politics
Report: President Obama to Visit Jamaica in Early April

Report: President Obama to Visit Jamaica in Early April

President Obama is set to visit Jamaica in April, the Jamaica Observer reports. The newspaper reports, “Obama is scheduled to attend a meeting in Kingston on April 9, after which he will leave for Panama to attend the Summit of the Americas that will be held over April 10 – 11.”

by Janet Shan· · Caribbean News
Sen. Tom Cotton, 46 GOP Senators, Acted Like Bullies with Iran Letter

Sen. Tom Cotton, 46 GOP Senators, Acted Like Bullies with Iran Letter

IRAN LETTER FIASCO:  The #47Traitors controversy continues to swirl, as the New York issued a scathing rebuke of the GOP senators, led by junior Sen. Tom Cotton, acting outside the American government by aiding and abetting the enemy with its Iran letter. By the way, Tom Cotton, AKA Tehran Tom, has […]

by Janet Shan· · Politics
Tariq Khdeir, American Cousin of Murdered Palestinian Teen, Beaten by Israeli Border Patrol

Tariq Khdeir, American Cousin of Murdered Palestinian Teen, Beaten by Israeli Border Patrol

The U.S. State Department is “profoundly troubled” by reports that an American teen, Tariq Khdeir, was beaten by Israeli police. This comes days after Khdeir’s cousin, Mohammed Abu Khdeir, was burned alive by an Israeli extremist in retaliation for the murders of three Israeli teens. Tariq Khdeir, a high school […]

by Janet Shan· · Breaking News
Vladimir Putin Congratulates President Obama on Independence Day

Vladimir Putin Congratulates President Obama on Independence Day

Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated President Obama on Independence Day and called for the ties between both countries to continue to develop on a pragmatic basis. Seems to me Putin stuck his finger in America’s eye by granting NSA leaker Edward Snowden temporary asylum and by failing to adequately warn the […]

by Janet Shan· · Politics
Meriam Ibrahim Case: Sudan Summons U.S. Ambassador as Diplomatic Spat Ensues

Meriam Ibrahim Case: Sudan Summons U.S. Ambassador as Diplomatic Spat Ensues

The U.S. is now in a diplomatic row with the government of Sudan over granting Meriam Ibrahim a visa after she was freed from jail on apostasy and adultery charges stemming from marrying Daniel Wani, a Christian man and for refusing to denounce her Christian faith. The government of Sudan […]

by Janet Shan· · African News, Breaking News
Dick Cheney: Barack Obama Maybe the Weakest President in My Lifetime

Dick Cheney: Barack Obama Maybe the Weakest President in My Lifetime

LOL: Former Vice President Dick Cheney slammed President Obama as a weak president after the president delivered a foreign policy speech that was a rebuke of the Bush administration, The Hill reports.Dick Cheney: “He is a very, very weak president. Maybe the weakest — certainly in my lifetime.”  Cheney went on to say that during […]

by Janet Shan· · Politics
White House Names 10 Countries Supporting Action Against Syria

White House Names 10 Countries Supporting Action Against Syria

The White House has issued a joint statement signed by 10 allies in the Syria chemical weapons attack situation:  Australia, Canada, France, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Turkey and the United Kingdom. Missing from the list are Jordan, Israel and Qatar, to name a few. I wonder what’s […]

by Janet Shan· · Breaking News