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Poor thang! This whole “being-politically-active-in-your-homeland” thing hasn’t worked out so well for Wyclef.
Bolitics: Congratulations! Egyptians Exercise Their First Act Of Democracy Today As They Vote On Constitutional Changes
It’s been a long, bloody time coming but the people of Egypt officially have their “free” now.
Sardines and other small fish in the hundreds of thousands washed up dead overnight in the harbor area
The United States is asking besieged Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to lift the emergency police powers that have safeguarded his iron rule while focusing behind the scenes on elections this fall that could be a chance to achieve a legitimate
On Monday, we told you about civil unrest in Tunisia. Folks in Egypt are going through it this week too, as they fight for a new level of political freedom.
We damn sure hope so!
Jimmy Carter may be getting a lil senile:
Former President Jimmy Carter thinks America is ready to elect a gay commander-in-chief.
Angry Haitian citizens rioting in protest of the presidential election results announced yesterday aren’t the only ones calling out the country’s electoral council. Even the American Embassy in Haiti has issued a statement questioning the results.
End Of Days: To Abort, Or Not To Abort SMH… Couple Posts Website Allowing The Public To Decide The Fate Of Their Fetus
A Minnesota couple has ignited a firestorm of controversy by creating a website that will determine the fate of their unborn child.
As we reminded you yesterday, today is election day across the United States. And while it’s not as glamorous, this election is just as, if not more, important than the historic election that put President Barack Obama in office.
Those who argue that voting is the answer, or that sitting out this election cycle and allowing Republicans to regain control of Congress would only make things worse, were obviously asleep at the switch when Republicans and Democrats morphed into
President Obama makes his third appearance on the cover of Rolling Stone this October, granting the magazine an in depth conversation that serves as a follow up of sorts to his October 2008 interview, right before winning the election.