Monthly Archives: November 2008

The Mumbai Doctrine

Those of you who were lucky enough to study philosophy, law, or logic will know of what I speak, for those that didn’t, here’s a 2 second primer. Formal logic is what is used in law in presenting evidence.Used in … Continue reading

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Still think it’s about land?

About a year or so ago, I wrote optimistically about the appointment of former IMF official Salaam Fayed as the Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority. Fayad was the official appointed by the international authorities to put an end to … Continue reading

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Who was wrong?

During the campaign, I tried to discuss rationally with the Obamites, two things that worried me deeply about the candidate, and now President elect. The bigger picture was the fact that all of his associations represented a school of geopolitical … Continue reading

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Iran in Trouble? Health care; and more musings…

1) One of the truly positive aspects of the plummeting oil prices is the effect on the Iranians. Research indicates that Iran needs oil above $100/barrel in order to balance their budget. With prices now in the 60’s and heading … Continue reading

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Random musings…

Let me make something clear upfront. I am fully aware of, and appreciate the historic nature of this election. Those of you who have been reading my blog for a while may remember that more than a year ago I … Continue reading

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Obama’s post-racial promise By Shelby Steele

Obama’s post-racial promiseBarack Obama seduced whites with a vision of their racial innocence precisely to coerce them into acting out of a racial motivation.By Shelby Steele November 5, 2008 For the first time in human history, a largely white nation … Continue reading

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The Horror begins…

As I have written to several friends and on some blogs here, the election of Barack Obama signals a number of things. I will discuss those in some length shortly. However, what it means “on the ground” around the world, … Continue reading

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