Not all that long ago, during the Clinton presidency, there was genocide massacre in Rwanda. Over a half million people lost their lives. The entire world was shocked as this horrific incident took place. The United Nations did nothing but keep count of the deaths.
How does one go about defending the indefensible?! Concentration camp like arguments of "where's the smoking gun" ain't going to work with an emotionally charged trial, where the victims are going to be able to speak out against the dictator personally, who brought death and misery into their families.
Dear Editor: I strongly urge Russians to exhange dollars for gold and silver or some hard currency like the Swiss franc and quickly. As I've stated previously the US economy is a giant house of cards ready to topple over at the slightest breeze.
Looking back into the near past, Iran and Iraq were involved in a 7-year war. An event as such in the most part cost both countries a rather sizeable amount of money. According to the statements of our current president, it cost the US $87 billion just to invade Iraq and stay a minute or two.
Mr. Ratz, Thank you for your letter, but you might want write your comments when you are a little less angry. One must also consider a few things before launching a complaint or critical review. 1.) Is the ariticle part of series or is it a stand alone article. If it is part of a seriies, perhaps more in-depth information is still...
Marriage is a big step, and with it comes responsibility.Marrying a girl from overseas comes with additional responsibilities thatfall right on the American man's shoulders. Ask me, I married a Russianwoman.
Science fiction or science vision, what does the investigation reveal about trace alien metals in the Russian Siberian landscape?! Was the explosion really the destruction of an alien ship from a super advanced alien civilization traveling thousands of light years to our world on a one way mission to reach our humanity?!
Dear Pravda: I just wanted to comment on the Terry Nichols article currently on your front page. The official American government line as to why McVeigh and Nichols blew up the Oklahoma City Federal Building has always been because they were mad about what happened to David Koresh in Waco, Texas.
I read the above-named article by Mr. Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey, and I feel I must take exception to much of what he said. While the behavior of American troops in Iraq is shameful and intolerable, Mr. Bancroft-Hinchey unfairly and without justification attempts to paint the whole United States as being composed of...
I have studied around the clock lately on the world's steady decline and i have strong reason to believe WW3 could be arriving shortly, starting with America against Russia (or/and china and North Korea) it will erupt from US's current Naval exercises in the Baltic Sea - I believe it will be a submarine "accident."
Perhaps the greatest threat to the military industrial complex is world peace... The MIC is just the byproduct of a world which has produced Hitlers and Stalins, and a Cold War, in which two ideologies vied for global domination, when the communist world prodded North Korea to stir things up with South Korea starting the Korean War
From the early days of the American revolution, when the state of affairs was dark and grim, and the future of the fledgling nation was seriously in doubt, General Washington's army was on the ropes....