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Google kerjasama pembuatan pemetaan global
By: Runescape Money | Feb 6 2012
Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Bank Dunia dan perusahaan internet terkemuka Google melakukan kerja sama dalam pembuatan peta global untuk membantu mengawasi pelayanan publik yang lebih baik dan meningkatkan upaya respon... read more
Mitt Romney's Sons and Wife Ann Davies Romney in Pictures
By: Mary Rose | Jan 5 2012
The result of Iowa caucus, the first nominating contest of the 2012 presidential campaign, was released on January 04. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney beat social conservative Rick... read more
Rick Santorum and wife Karen Garver Santorum on Iowa Caucus Night (Pictures)
By: Mary Rose | Jan 5 2012
The Iowa caucus is the first official electoral event leading up to the Republican National Convention in August 2012. The result has been released in Wednesday, January 04,... read more
Cartier Orchid Jewelry Series
By: magicjewelrybox | Oct 25 2011
These are all spiritual magic, vivid artwork, crafted, paved with diamonds, or rubies, sapphires or other precious stones inlaid in Cartier jewelry skilled craftsmen,... read more
How to Receive More Than One Satellite Using One Antenna
By: ourbagshop | Aug 15 2011
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Famous People Fund For Obama's 2012 Campaign
By: Mary Rose | Jul 23 2011
Barack Obama re-election campaign has started in April 2011. Officials of the campaign report that during three months, it received fund from more than 552, 000 people that process... read more
Busy 2011 Summer of Obama's Family
By: Mary Rose | Jul 19 2011
Summer 2011 is a busy time for U.S President Barack Obama’s family. The First Lady Michelle Obama has travelled to Puerto Rico and South Africa, had a meeting with... read more
Flood of Fleeing Migrants in Hope of Escaping Libya
By: Mary Rose | Mar 21 2011
Within several weeks, hundreds of thousands of migrant workers tried to overrun the border crossing Ras Ajdir Border in order to flee Libya into Tunisia. The successful refugees said... read more
Attractive Newcomers of 112th U.S. Congress
By: Mary Rose | Jan 8 2011
112th U.S. Congress, a current meeting of the legislative branch of the United States federal government, convened in Washington D.C. on January 3, 2011. This year,... read more
South Korea Well-prepared for G20 Summit
By: Mary Rose | Nov 11 2010
South Korean police are on high alert. It has mobilized a record  of 50, 000 officers to stop possible threats from North Korea, international terrorists and anti-globalization demonstrations during... read more
California Governor's visit to Russia
By: Mary Rose | Oct 13 2010
In October 11th 2010, current President of Russia Dmitry Medvedev gave California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger a ride to high-tech research hub of Skolkovo which is regarded as Silicon Valley... read more
Gay Republicans in America
By: Mary Rose | Sep 3 2010
On August 26th, 2010, Ken Mehlman was considered as the latest Republican to admit his homosexuality. In addition, American has witnessed other congressmen come out that they... read more
Unpublished images of Russian spies
By: Mary Rose | Aug 3 2010
On Thursday, July 29th, the American Federal Police first announced ten Russian suspected spies who were arrested and expelled from the U.S. earlier this month. Unpublished images were... read more
Anna Fermanova: Suspected be Another Russian Spy
By: Mary Rose | Jul 30 2010
Anna Fermanova, the 24-year-old girl, is accused of smuggling military technology to Moscow. The beautiful spy who lives near Dallas, Texas was caught in March while trying... read more
Notorious Robbers in History
By: Jason Ford | Jul 21 2010
Sophisticated and dangerous robberies have happened at anytime in anywhere causing lots of difficulties for police agencies. It takes time to deal with complicated robberies and find out robbers. Before... read more
Aircrafts in 2010 Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) Exercise
By: Mary Rose | Jul 15 2010
Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC), the world’s largest international maritime exercise, is hosted and administered by the United States Navy. Taking place biennially in June and July in... read more
Russian missile cruiser visits the United States soon
By: Mary Rose | Jun 8 2010
Varyag- the missile cruiser will lead the Russian Pacific Fleet to leave for the United States tomorrow. The one-month voyage will depart on 4th June, 2010, which will... read more
Spokesman for al-Qaida was arrested
By: Ashraf Khan | Mar 8 2010
According to Sunday's announcement of two Pakistani officers and a government official, al-Qaida's chief English-speaking spokesman, Adam Gadahn has been captured by Pakistani intelligence officers in the southern... read more
U.S. Senate to reinstate jobless benefits
By: Brian Faler | Mar 3 2010
The bill which was passed and sent to President Barack Obama will come into effect with the president's signature. The bill is to restore unemployment benefits for thousands to the... read more
Clinton in hope of departure from hospital
By: Michael Stewart | Feb 12 2010
According to doctors who worked with American former President Bill Clinton’s surgery, he would be well and able to leave the hospital after his procedure as he wished. Allan... read more
Should English Be Declared the World's Official Common Language?
By: Philip Yaffe | Nov 12 2007
Anyone who has travelled outside his own country is aware of the thrill—and frustration—of dealing with foreign languages. The thrill comes from the fact that the languages are foreign. When you... read more
Sales of hotels in San Diego County on the slide
By: Andrew Regan | Nov 6 2007
The number of hotels bought in San Diego County has slumped almost 50% in the first six months of 2007, compared to the same time period in 2006,... read more
California Passes SB 777 - Here Come the Language Police
By: Rev Michael... | Oct 19 2007
Appearing as a guest on the late night Craig Ferguson show Wednesday October 17, 2007 Vicente Fox former President of Mexico until 2006 was asked how he viewed America.... read more
Behind the Turkey-Kurdish Conflict
By: Stephen J. Morgan | Oct 18 2007
The Kurds are an ancient people tracing their roots back to 3000 B.C. With over 40 million Kurds estimated to be spread out in a arc of territory stretching from... read more
Is the Surge really working?
By: Stephen J. Morgan | Oct 7 2007
The latest figures for US causalties in Iraq shows that to some degree the Surge has had some effect on reducing violence in Iraq. The more intelligent tactics of Petreaus... read more
Ahmadinejad Tarred and Feathered by Columbia's Bollinger
By: Rev Michael... | Sep 26 2007
Protestors outside the hall where Iran's president made his speech outnumbered any supporters of the speech that were present and most said they felt betrayed that he was even allowed... read more
Ram Setu or Sethusamudram ? The Buzz
By: Pradeep chauhan | Sep 24 2007
Ram Setu or Sethusamudram, this is the latest buzz which going on the Indian minds. From the day of its inauguration of project Sethusamudram, Ram Setu or Sethusamudram controversy... read more
Oprah and Obama its no Secret
By: Rev Michael... | Sep 8 2007
The Obama endorsement may be good news for Oprah who always seems to need a cause and good news for Obama who needs all the help he can get. It... read more
Tyranny Terror and Moral Relativism - America's Shifting Battlefronts
By: Rev Michael... | Aug 5 2007
Now America must fight terrorism with equal determination and skill as it once did against rising tyrannies. Unwittingly, America may be losing to an equally serious enemy right on... read more
How Could He Get a Gun?
By: Fabiola Castillo | Jul 30 2007
Many of us in our community are deeply saddened by the tragedy that struck Virginia Tech this week on the morning of April 16, 2007. A troubled individual,... read more
Jay Sekulow of the ACLJ Warns Believers to Act Now
By: Rev Michael... | Jul 28 2007
It is comforting to know the ACLJ is with us in today's climate of Christianity bashing, but according to Jay Sekulow the head of ACLJ we shouldn't get too... read more
December 21 2012 The End of the World
By: Kenneth Baker | Jul 17 2007
Can you imagine in 999 A.D. how many predictions that the world would come to an end there might be? With no T.V. or internet it would be easy to... read more
Oops !!!! Now what!!!
By: Keith C | Jul 2 2007
Ooops, no the milk did not just spill and the sh#*T did not hit the fan, but it could have. By taking a moment from the day, mind,... read more
High Fives to the Modern Day Colonists
By: Kenneth R. Geers | Jul 1 2007
The colonists from the 1700's would be giving the modern day colonists high fives for their spirit and resolve for stopping the Amnesty Bill this past week. "No Taxation Without Representation"... read more
Maher O'Donnell Hagee and Hagee - Not the Law Firm
By: Rev Michael... | May 26 2007
Rosie O'Donnell has left the building much to the delight of at least some of her fellows, her network and a large contingent of relieved American soldiers, ordinary... read more
Darfur- Death's Dead End
By: Stephen J. Morgan | May 9 2007
For the last 4 years Darfur has experienced horror of biblical proportions. Considered the world's worst humanitarian crisis by the United Nations, it has been has classified as genocide... read more
Somalia - Al Qaeda's New Base - America's Next War?
By: Stephen J. Morgan | May 6 2007
In the first 2 weeks of the Ethiopian imposition of the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) government more than 1, 500 people have been killed in fighting and, pro-rata the... read more
US Used Neutron Bomb to Take Baghdad
By: Stephen J. Morgan | Apr 24 2007
Ever more reports are emerging on the likelihood that the US experimented with tactical nuclear weapons against the Iraqi armed forces four years ago during the last days of the... read more
The Blogs the Borg - Six of One Half Dozen of the Other
By: Rev Michael... | Apr 24 2007
What comes of carefully scrutinizing internet blogs besides a flaming headache has become more apparent and predictable then I thought possible only a few short pre-blog years ago. Specialized blogs from... read more
The Web and the 2008 Presidential Race
By: Joem Hughes | Apr 11 2007
A lot of people have expressed that there is too much buzz on the 2008 presidential race. They are saying that since the election is more than a year away,... read more
Najaf - the beginning of the Iraqi Intifadai!
By: Stephen J. Morgan | Apr 10 2007
The demonstration against the American occupation at Najaf marks the opening of a potentially unique and qualitatively new phase in the Iraqi civil war. The hundreds of thousands who marched... read more
Could the Kurds Kill Iraq?
By: Stephen J. Morgan | Apr 7 2007
Kirkuk and the Kurdish borderlands - Iraq's “Bosnia.” The Kurdish autonomous north has long been held out as an example of peace and security for the rest of Iraq. Today,... read more
Senator McCain's little big picture - what's really happening in Iraq?
By: Stephen J. Morgan | Apr 2 2007
Senator John McCain's ridiculous remarks about Americans being able to stroll the boulevards of Baghdad brought derision from reporters on the ground there, described by one CNN reporter as... read more
An Apology to Every U.S. Serviceman or Soldier
By: Rev Michael... | Mar 30 2007
The U.S. soldier was burned in effigy during an anti war rally in Portland Oregon on March 18, 2007. Since that day some left wingers have distanced themselves from the... read more
Iran blackmails, Britain negotiates
By: Jubin Afshar | Mar 28 2007
Iran has once again seized British sailors just like it did three years ago. In that episode Iran managed to extract as much leverage on the British government as it... read more
How to make Tehran listen
By: Joseph Omidvar | Mar 27 2007
By Joseph Omidvar, London Once again the United Nations Security Council unanimously voted on a resolution asking Iran to halt its nuclear activities. It gave Iran 60 days to execute... read more
The Incredible Speed of Falling - Stand Up America
By: Rev Michael... | Mar 16 2007
The most arduously practiced, meticulously choreographed and gracefully executed dance routine can end in a second with a dancer falling into a contorted heap at the gasp of a... read more
Blaring Double Standards in the Cultural Diversity Movement
By: Rev Michael... | Mar 15 2007
In Massachusetts a judge recently said that a parent's authority concerning their children ends at the doors of the public school. This was the answer given to parents who were... read more
Insurgent psychology - Honour, Dignity, Shame and Humiliation - the roots of an endless war
By: Stephen J. Morgan | Mar 15 2007
Working out the perspectives for war takes a certain type of empathy. It should not be confused with sympathy or even, in this case, as necessitating a positive... read more
"Better another Taliban Afghanistan, than a Taliban NUCLEAR Pakistan!?"
By: Stephen J. Morgan | Mar 4 2007
It took the Soviets 10 years and the loss of 15, 000 troops before they admitted they admitted defeat in Afghanistan. For the West, it will not take so... read more
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