Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Pay attention to the up coming political elections

There is going to be an election for Prime Minister of Russia this coming May and Vladimir Putin would not be on the ballot because he is term limited. He served his two terms already. Now its time for someone new. So Russians has two choices; Defense Minister Sergei Ivanov or Chess Champ Garry Kasparov. Now lets keep in mind that Russian press and voters are do not enjoy the same freedoms as American press and voters. Although out the Putin administration, the press has been censored and anti-government protesters has continually has been arrested. Kasparov as been voicing his opposition to the Putin administration since retiring from chess in 2005. Kasparov supports civil libertis. Ivanov supports the continuation of the policies of the putin administration. 

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Decorated Officers Speak Out on ‘Don’t Ask Don’t Tell,’

By Ebony Hairston

On Tuesday October 23rd, two former soldiers spoke about their experiences being gay and serving under the ‘Don't Ask, Don't Tell’ policy at Washington University.

One was the first American soldier to be injured in the Iraq war Eric Alva. He gained a lot of acclaim upon his return home and was visited by every one from Nancy Pelosi to the President. He then took the opportunity to come out and speak out about the unfairness of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.

His efforts have brought a lot of awareness to the issue.

There is a bill called the Military Readiness Enhancement Act H.R. 1246 that works to make things fair.

My Vision

Air Force Maj. Margaret Witt was the 1993 poster recruitment child and was awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal for saving a life Lesbian appeals DADT Ruling. Unfortunately, the Military could not overlook her sexual orientation in spite of her out standing service to her country. This is why the ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ policy needs to be repealed. Not, only the policy is unconstitutional, but its hindering military readiness. According to the Human Rights Campaign, the policy is eliminating 800 specialists with critical skills and costing over $200 million hrc press release.
Please join me and supporting the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Tell congress to repeal/dont_ask_dont_tell

Saturday, November 3, 2007

Bond endorses Rudy

Pay attention everybody, Rudy just received the endorsement of Kit Bond Story: Bond endorses Giuliani for president. Bond, who sits on the Senate Intelligence committee, emphasised on securty, “Since he was there to watch the twin towers fall, he knows that al-Qaida and the brand of terrorism that it brings is the greatest danger, the greatest threat to our country in the years to come." My fellow Republicans, lets joing Bond, Representative Jo Ann Emerson, Senator Norm Colman and me and supporting Rudy Giuliani for president. A Giuliani administration will provide the nation with a strong defense, small government and low taxes, and help get health insurance through tax incentives.
In other News, Pakistani President Musharraf declares a state of emergency Yahoo! News. Gen. Pervez Musharraf declared a state of emergency in Pakistan on Saturday, suspending the constitution, replacing the chief justice before a crucial Supreme Court ruling on his future as president, and cutting communications in the capital. Click on the Telegraph TV to view the news TV News Now - Telegraph TV