Monthly Archives: November 2010

Choose This Day Whom You Will Serve

by James M. Wall Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, then a candidate for US president, was flying on April 4, 1968, from New York City to Indianapolis, Indiana. During the flight he learned of the death of Martin Luther King, Jr. … Continue reading

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US Offers Bibi 20 F-35 Fighters, The Jordan Valley and a Free UN Pass

by James M. Wall Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been meeting with his seven-member inner cabinet. They are discussing the offer Hillary Clinton made as an incentive to Israel to “freeze” settlement construction for 90 days. If you are … Continue reading

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Will Obama Join Lear In the Storm and Rage Against Israeli Insolence?

by James M. Wall A misreading of the author’s intention in two lines in the fourth stanza of The Star Spangled Banner, provides a clue to the American mindset that supports empire building. Then conquer we must, when our cause, it … Continue reading

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Fox News, Fear Peddlers and Falsehoods Reshape Congress

by James M. Wall Politicians, pollsters, media and pundits would have us believe “the economy and taxes” were the burning issues in our late, unlamented midterm elections. Don’t believe it. A 30 second campaign ad (shown below) was used by a winning … Continue reading

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