Monthly Archives: January 2007

Johnny Depp and Michael Fox

Shortly after I posted some lines about the Litvinenko scandal, I read that Johnny Depp wishes to play the spy in a Hollywood movie script. Though Hollywood producers don’t suffer from a shortage of ideas, when real life presents its own incredulity, … Continue reading

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Posted in Entertainment, Health and wellness

Spying on Americans?, Guantanamo Prison Camp, and US Middle East strife

Well, spying on American residents has gone on for a very long time; maybe decades. Ever since the world trade center attacks, it became publicly revealed that our government could tap any one of our communications’ systems, claiming to gather … Continue reading

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Posted in News and politics, US Politics, World News

Litvinenko – Rest in peace

The murder of former Russian Agent Litvinenko is troubling at best, diabolical at worst.

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Posted in World News

prison reform

As good as the governor from Hollywood and Austria has been for California, he authorized the execution of a death row inmate in 2005. Unfortunately, our state (my home state) still executes. I have written letters to elected officials (something I … Continue reading

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Posted in News and politics

Iraq

The US soldier death toll has reached 3000 according to “LA Times” 1/1/2007. It may have been time for our president to have withdrawn troops, not this December, but last.  Critics and proponents alike have reasons to want our forces … Continue reading

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Posted in US Politics

World Cup 2006

Well, World Cup Soccer 2006 (hosted in Germany) was a thrill to watch! Soccer is a phenomena enjoyed by many countries around the globe. This year I am pleased to see the excitement in my own country. It was a … Continue reading

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Posted in World Sports

dems take control of the Congress

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Posted in News and politics