Posts Tagged ‘pakistan’

America’s Drone Strikes In Pakistan Compared To Boston Bombs

Jeff Prince
As Americans continue to grieve for victims of the Boston bombings, worldwide bloggers are debating whether America’s military leaders are any less cowardly than those who struck in Beantown. French blogger Barry Lando no...

9/11 Blind

We’re 10 years past the Twin Towers attack and still fighting wars in its name. Can we open our eyes in time?
After witnessing the first jetliner crash into the Twin Towers on that Sept. 11 morning, a friend’s wife and 7-year-old daughter fled to their nearby Manhattan loft and ran to the roof to look around. From there, they saw the...

Nobel Peace Prize Winning Obama A Warmonger?

Jeff Prince
Sunday was the first day of spring, and Libertarian Party Chair Mark Hinkle sprung into action. First he probably trimmed his mustache. Then he emailed a statement accusing President Barack Obama of ignoring history by becoming...

A Different Tea Party

Big Ticket
Greg Mortenson has one of those lives that make you ashamed not to have done more with your own. He was already a U.S. Army medic-turned-mountain climber when he had a life-changing experience in 1993. Having had to rescue a fe...

Titanmoon Opening Orphanage in Pakistan

Anthony Mariani
Sophisticated indie-pop rock band Titanmoon has just returned from a tour/goodwill mission to Dubai, Japan, and Pakistan. The Fort Worth group will be opening an orphanage/school in Karachi, Pakistan, in 2010, with help from Pa...