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. 1) McCain, the warrior? Fearless...
International bloggers have begun registering their feelings and opinions on Colin Powellâ€™s endorsement of Barack Obama. Speaking during a Sunday morning public affairs program, Powell, Secretary of State during President George W. Bushâ€™s first term, called Obama â€œa transformational figureâ€ who would reach out in a more diverse, inclusive way across the United States.
A Negro, a Muslim and an anti-American. These are just some of the names Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has been called over the past few days. Is Obama in danger and are hate and fear still powerful forces in America? Bloggers from around the world react.
Mickey Mouse must die, declared a Saudi cleric in a television interview. Or perhaps that is not exactly what he said. Regardless, the interview found its way to television screens and newspaper headlines around the world and bloggers are at loggerheads with the issue. Did the cleric literally mean that Mickey Mouse must die or was it just another ploy to sensationalise and poke fun of anything an Arab and a Muslim utters?
Muslim, Black, Unpatriotic, Un-American, Sexist: Just a few of the insults hurled at Barack Obama since the inception of his presidential campaign. Despite Barack Obama's commitment to American politics, distrust of him runs deep in many parts of the U.S.
Obamamania has gripped the Arab World from the day Barack Obama launched his campaign. How is he faring with Arab bloggers less than a month away from the elections? And most importantly, what so Arab Americans, who can vote, have to say about the Democratic candidate?
Despite the media's focus on Barack Obama and John McCain, they are not the only candidates running for the office of President of the United States of America. The race...
From the meaning of the Arabic word madrassa to their stance on the situation in Palestine and their undying love for Israel, teacher and activist Marcy Newman takes Sarah Palin and Joe Biden to task in two blog entries from Palestine. Here are some of her arguments, from her blog Body on the Line.
Just a few short hours until the 2008 Vice Presidential Debate and days away from Sarah Palinâ€™s infamous interviews with Katie Couric. So, whatâ€™s expected of the Republican VP candidate tonight, as she proves to the world and American voters that sheâ€™s a superior choice to Democratic VP candidate Joe Biden?
In what U.S. Treasury Secretary admitted was a â€œhumbling, humbling timeâ€ for the country, Congressional members of Americaâ€™s two major political parties spent the weekend hammering out a rescue package for the nationâ€™s financial beleaguered system. The plan, if ratified as expected by Congress, calls on the U.S. government to spend up to $700 billion purchasing â€œtroubled mortgage assets of crippled financial firms.â€