Normally, clairvoyance and future-see are not very accurate – it is not an exact science. From the Delphi through Nostradamus, mankind has always sought to foresee events yet to be. Whether to prevent tragedy or to seek glory and fame, the ability to predict the future has been one of man’s greatest quests.
I just read your article: The State of Bush vs the State of Law As an American, I am indeed concerned that our Bush administration is a tyranny. However, your argument that assumes that there was an intention to do good by the Bush Junta totally misleads every reader.
The statement of saying that we have/Indians have so much to thank the white man for, I think is possibly a tunnel vision approach and doesn't grasp the full spectrum of the lessons to be learned from each other.
Dear Editor,I would like to bring to your notice that India would be celebrating 57 years of independence on Aug-15-2004.The non-violent struggle against the mighty British empire (struggle led by Mahatma Gandhi and other leaders and inspired by countless sacrifises) was a source of inspiration and courage to many freedom and civil rights movements
If you want to live off the rumor mill, then you are just somebody living off gossip... If large a amount of US soldiers comes down with a bad chemical reaction to the invasion of Iraq, certainly the Kerry camp and the media would be exploiting this in order to dethrone Pres.Bush at the next elections...that pres. Bush has so mismanaged...
Dear Editor: Tragically over 325,000 American vets are now suffering serious disabilities from Gulf war I and II. Many soldiers returning from Iraq today have multiple malignant growths. Every year 43,000 more vets apply for disability services.
America is not being arrogant, it's the pride in being free, and it's truly the only way to be... The Indians have the best of both worlds....they can work off the reservation...while at the same time they have land that is theirs to til the end of time...a place where they can specialize in whiskey, tobacco, and gambling...all that money...
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.