Tag Archive: genocide

Jan 05

Unnatural Disasters

Blogicus reminds us that the Khartoum regime of Sudan has killed almost 400,000 civilians. That’s about half of the death toll from the genocide in Rwanda. The deaths caused by the tsunamis – a natural disaster – happened nearly instantly in comparison to these murders. We can’t stop nature’s wrath, but we should have done …

Continue reading »

Aug 16

Guilty As Charged

Genocide in Darfur sparks outrage, but little action [T]he handwringing isn’t translating into action. In progress instead is a fresh mockery of that 1948 convention. A repeat of well-intentioned, feeble actions that failed to save 800,000 Rwandans a decade ago. I’ve been all talk and no action, just as this op/ed piece says. Well, I …

Continue reading »

Nov 25

Fast Food: It Does A Body Good

Lawsuit claims McDonald’s burgers and fries are making kids fat “NEW YORK (AP) — Are Big Macs hazardous to children’s health?”

Nov 13

Stone Cold

“Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.” I’ve been following this issue for some time and may have even blogged about it (Too bad I can’t search my archives. You hear that, Mr. Farook? 😉 ) “In a joint venture, The Oprah Winfrey Show and Amnesty International USA unite to help save …

Continue reading »

Oct 25

Democrats Seeing Things

Clinton aide slams Pentagon’s UFO secrecy By Richard Stenger “(CNN) — One winter night in 1965, eyewitnesses saw a fireball streak over North America, bank, turn and appear to crash in western Pennsylvania. Then swarms of military personnel combed the area and a tarp-covered flatbed truck rumbled out of the woods. “

Older posts «

Get Adobe Flash player