Category Archives: Foreign Policy

I Was Alone and No One Came

I was a child, hungry and afraid, abused by my parents who supposed to love me, and no one came. I was homeless, addicted to alcohol and drugs because I was weak,

Obama Leads Republicans Down Road of Certain Defeat in 2016

Congressional Republicans are so unmistakably predictable, which I believe is something our president has figured out and is now using to his advantage. If Obama moves one way, they will surely move

Arrest Dick Cheney, but Don’t Shoot the Messenger, Diane Feinstein

I appreciate Sen. Diane Feinstein (D-CA) for being courageous enough to stand up for America against those who would destroy America’s reputation by torturing prisoners. Former Vice President Dick Cheney has got

Democrats Should Relax, Republicans Will Lose in 2016

The GOP had a good night Tuesday Night, sweeping into a majority in the U.S. Senate – though still not enough to overcome a super majority of 60 seats, which is what

The Importance of Coming Out: For those Heterosexuals who cannot Understand

There was a time in American history that certain light-skinned African-Americans – those who could – would pass themselves off as white, which was known as “passing“, before the Civil Rights era.

Open Letter to President Obama: Offer Political Asylum to Gay Russians

Dear President Obama, Last night I had myself a good cry. The reason being is that watching the news on MSNBC, I saw some of my gay brothers being treated brutally by

The Violent, the Greedy and the Intolerant: Inequality Main Driver to Terrorism

Reading an article in USA Today about how Al Qaeda has gained a foothold in Iraq, I was reminded of a war that we did not need to have but I also

Tired of Hearing Benghazi, Benghazi, Benghazi – How About Iraq, Iraq, Iraq

What happened in Benghazi was a terrible situation and surely, someone dropped the ball, but let’s have some perspective here; four people died in Benghazi and well over 4,000 Americans died in

Vladimir Putin: Good or Evil?

“I looked the man in the eye. I found him to be very straightforward and trustworthy and we had a very good dialogue. I was able to get a sense of his

Money Available for Syria but Not America – or Even Africa

It is not that I do not care about the children in Syria, killed allegedly by their own president’s government using sarin gas. I do care, but I also care about all