By JAY DIAMOND - May 22-24, 2009
The relationship of low-brow talk radio and the [Republican Party] is not a symbiotic one but a parasitic one, with the parasite being low-brow gargoyles like the relentlessly smear-mongering Sean Hannity and the devoured host being [the Republicans].
The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan calls upon the Organization of the Islamic Conference, the International Court for war crimes and the human rights organizations that they should no longer turn a blind eye on the inhuman crimes of these criminals.
The topic selected for this conference is “Water for all with special reference to Interlinking of Rivers in India”...I was thinking what I can share with the delegates of the conference who have come to discuss the very important issue of water management particularly conservation, development and management of water resources, and also our concern for providing water for irrigation and good quality potable water for all citizens of the country.
By JONATHAN COOK - October 3-5, 2008
The Israeli army officer in charge of the occupation of the West Bank, Gen Gadi Shamni, has lambasted extremist Jewish settlers, blaming rising levels of violence on the encouragement of their leadership and right-wing rabbis...It is rare for a senior commander to speak so critically of the settlers, many of whom themselves serve in senior positions in the army.
By Jim Miles - April 10, 2009
Obama talks a wonderful line but I need to see some action, I need to see more than equitable contributions by the U.S to the NPT as it has the most powerful military in the world. So yes, be clear, be specific, but we also need to see "concrete actions" that will include the elimination of the double standards that 'rule' the nuclear club.
“Many people in the world today are wondering how to evaluate the recent developments with the revolution in Nepal—where, after 10 years of an inspiring People’s War led by the CPN(M), that war has come to an end, the CPN(M) is now the leading Party in the recently elected Constituent Assembly and the Party’s Chairman, Prachanda, is the Prime Minister of the government. Does the current trajectory in Nepal and the course taken by the CPN(M) represent an historic new thing, a victory and breakthrough in advancing the communist revolution in the 21st century, as some have claimed; or—as many others fear—does this represent a setback and betrayal of the goals of the revolution and of the heroic struggle waged to achieve them, and a serious departure from the communist cause that the CPN(M) claims to be fighting for?”