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December 4, 2008

Silence on murder by homosexual

Aggregated from: BiblioPolit

"A pro-family activist is questioning why there is no outrage over the murder of a college student by a homosexual. "On November 21, William Smithson, 43, of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, was sentenced to life in prison for the September 2006 strangulation murder of 23-year-old Jason Shephard. Smi...

November 26, 2008

How Obama got elected

Aggregated from: BiblioPolit

Ever wonder how some people get elected? It is amazing how little some people know about the people they vote for, but purely due to misinformation on the opponents, they continue to vote for their "man." HT: Copious Dissent ...

November 20, 2008

obama getting tough on climate change

Aggregated from: urban sprout

President-elect Barack Obama spoke via video conference (earning green kudos for low carbon communication) to attendees at the Bi-partisan Governors Global Climate Summit in Los Angeles two days ago and his address was a clear message that with him at the helm the US will be seriously committe...

November 15, 2008

Obama glides into office on the blood of an entire slaughtered generation

Aggregated from: BiblioPolit

The fact that people all over the world, yes, not just America, are so elated that an African-American has been elected as president is quite amusing. What has race got to do with running a country? Did everybody suddenly forget of Obama's white heritage? Why do they insist on calling him an African...

Happy violence against Christians who said ‘Yes' on Prop 8

Aggregated from: BiblioPolit

Oh, I am sorry! Not that type of 'gay!' So, these 'gays' aren't really happy! I suppose tolerance only goes that far, then it runs out. Here are some 'happy' people who would love to kill Christians. HT: Dan Phillips ...

November 14, 2008

Obama's Victory: A Boost for Global Health?

As U.S. President-elect Barack Obama prepares for his four years in the White House, many are discussing how his term will impact health issues, globally and in the U.S., and if he will deliver on his campaign promises, writes Juhie Bhatia, from Global Voices Online.

November 13, 2008

Obama Plan Could Boost US Solar Development, Demand

Aggregated from: IT News Africa

Barack Obama’s election as the next US president could usher in a new era of solar energy development in the United States, but economic difficulties may prove a barrier to some of the more expensive renewable initiatives, according to Gartner, Inc. “Demand for solar energy remains ...

Barack Obama: President of Tolerance

Aggregated from: My Digital Life

I really like this Zapiro cartoon when I first saw it. It not only screamed tolerance to me, but gave me a glimmer of hope for the global community. As seen in the cartoon, Barack Obama had an African father, an American mother, and an Asian upbringing. He also has a Middle Eastern middle name, w...

Palin’s moment in the spotlight: not over yet

Aggregated from: Minor Matters

The election is over. Barack Obama won. John McCain lost. You’d think that Sarah Palin would go home, tail between the legs, and do what she is paid to do: govern Alaska. But I don’t think she’s had a nanosecond available for governing. Instead of retreating from the spotl...

November 10, 2008

Suck on this… I’m a liberal, and proud of it

Aggregated from: The Angry African on the Loose

I’ve been reading some of the responses to Obama winning. And the conservatives whining. Ooh, Obama is too partisan. Ooh, Obama is going to be too liberal. Ooh, Obama this and Obama that. Well, buddies… Go and… hum… you know… go away. Sore losers? No. Just pathetic ...