Stories Germany from October, 2008
Sing Along to the White House
Talent is pouring out from all corners of the globe in support of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama. Here are some songs celebrating the Illinois Senator from Ghana, Japan and Germany.
The fourth branch of the U.S. government
As the 2008 election faces its final days of campaigning, newspapers nation-wide are taking on their role as the â€œfourth branch of the governmentâ€ by endorsing either candidate. Over the weekend, Alaskaâ€™s largest newspaper Anchorage Daily News announced its endorsement of Democratic nominee Barack Obama, despite its governor on the opposing ticket.
Todayâ€™s faves: â€˜Come, on!â€™ moment, Obama-mania and sold-out yarmulkes
Voices without Votes continuously aggregates interesting links about the election from world bloggers. Our authors take turns picking their top 3 personal favorites every weekday. In todayâ€™s favorite round up, a German blogger writes about the irrelevance of Palinâ€™s wardrobe, meanwhile an American in Palestine talks about her recent Obama-filled trip and an Obama supporter has sad news for Jews wanting to purchase an accessory.
Europe: About that S word…
The latest line of attack from John McCain's campaign seems to revolve around that S world - you know as in Obama is a Socialist. It is often followed by the obligatory E (for Europe) word as McCain said himself: â€œâ€At least in Europe, the socialist leaders who so admire my opponent are upfront about their objectives.â€ So what do Europeans think of that latest from the Republican presidential candidate?
Sarah Palin: From Foreign Policy to Chinese Astrology
Hours before U.S. Senator Joseph Biden and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin face-off in St. Louis, Missouri in the only vice presidential debate of this election season, there is an expectation that foreign policy will be discussed. How will Palin, the Republican candidate, redeem herself after the world's reporters and bloggers...