Ball point pen on today's newsprint

While it's uplifting to see majority populations demand justice from the minority ruling class in the Arab world, no event happens in a vacuum. It would appear that Iran is making it's bid to fill the power void left by the uprisings. That has to make some people at the state department nervous. ...

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Ball point pen on today's newsprint

Even insane dictators have their supporters. No one can rule a country for four decades without the consent of the governed. BTW. You may have noticed that each time the leader of Libya appears in the press, no two news outlets spell his name the same: Qaddafi, Qadhafi, Kaddafi, Gadhafi or Gaddafi. The problem is that the Colonel has only written his name in Arabic and there is no universally accepted translation for Arabic names. ...

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Ball point pen on today's newsprint

Ron Reagan Jr. took some heat last week for a passage in his new book "My Father at 100," for suggesting that his dad entered the early stages of Alzheimer's disease while he was still in office. This week he's clarifying between the the disease being present without manifesting any symptoms and dementia setting in. He was diagnosed four years after leaving office. ...

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