Lawmakers to vote on voting rights legislation after Biden’s Atlanta visit




London Terrorist Attacks – The Miriam Hyman Memorial Fund and a Tale of Hope

July 7, 2005 will be etched in Esther Hyman’s memory forever. On that date, a bomb exploded on a bus in Tavistock Square, London and killed Esther’s sister Miriam. She was 32 years old. 700 people were injured and another 52 were killed by a series of bombs that were planted on the London transport system that day. Three years later, on July 3, 2008, the newly built Miriam Hyman Children’s Eye Care Centre (MHCECC) was officially opened in Bhubaneswar, India.

Beijing Olympics – Not Always As it Seems

Unless you are currently living in a cave, you should be aware that the 2008 Beijing Olympics are currently underway. No event is more momentous, no athlete more revered, than a medal winning Olympiad. Behind the scenes of the 2008 Olympics however, are many less than glorious incidents.

AIDS Orphans in Africa

What kind of image does this conjure up in your mind when you think of Aids Orphans? Brown skinned children, bony and sickly children. Why? Because the words Aids Orphans is synonymous with Africa. This is the legacy of Africa.

7 Things I Love About African Children and Orphans

If you’ve had a chance to be in Africa then you know these children live under terribly harsh conditions. They do not have much to go with but they wake up to face another day every day. In this article I share 7 facts that you must know about these “Young Heroes” as one of the organization in Swaziland call them.

Can We Have Our Green and Afford to Eat it Too?

Once again the Western nations of Europe and the United States have manipulated the global food supply so as to weaken the people least capable of defending themselves economically, the Third World; this time in the name of environmentalism. In the West’s rush to save the planet’s environment, do we care if more people are starving because of our misguided attempts at environmental engineering? Or is the so called cure for global warming more important than the people of the Third World?

The Media Silence on Venezuela is Problematic – Hugo Chavez Moves Nation Left

Not everyone pays attention to international politics, indeed most folks have their hands full enough with local, regional and national politics in the United States. But, we are no longer isolated by Oceans and the world is much closer together today than it has ever been. Thus, whatever happens in the World does affect us here.

Ethnic Causes of the Fall of Governments

A look at three governments troubled by ethnic political action. The costs associated with appeasement of these ethnic groups. Perhaps a troublesome future for America.

The World is Changing, Which is Why We Have to Change Our Thinking and Behavior

Everyday we hear that the world around us is changing. However, I wonder do we really understand how drastic and profound these changes really are, as well as how they will impact our lives? Do we realize how the changing world will affect our political, economic, educational systems, as well as our societal structure?

2008 Trends in China’s Rise to Power

The Olympics showed that China is a contender in the world as they stacked up so many medals in the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Indeed, a sense of pride for their nation and a show to the rest of the world that they are a competitor to be the next super power along side the US.

Go Your Own Way – Let Others Talk!

This is a follow-up article of “Mainstream Western media stages Blemishing China Marathon”. With the Beijing Olympics closing successfully, the author calls China to clean up its own house and draw selectively from the West. However, China’s past economic success was not built on Western blessing and it does not need the approval of the West. Those who are hostile and ill-intentioned should simply be ignored and deemed irrelevant.

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