How significant could the single foreign policy decision of respecting Afghanistan’s sovereignty be to the United States? Published March 21 2012
The Administration’s foreign policy is both unclear and unsuccessful. It is time to introduce a more coherent approach. Published March 20 2012
The People deserve more than Presidential candidates offering sound bite policies directed at attracting votes rather than solving problems. Published March 12 2012
The Party candidates continue to waste time and money while the United States continues to stagnate. Published March 8 2012
As the saying goes: “Money is the root of all evil.” That’s particularly true in the world of Party politics. Published March 2 2012
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