US, EU Consider Code of Conduct for Space

U.S., EU Consider Code of Conduct for Space

By Charlene Porter Staff Writer The United States is reviewing a European Union-proposed code of conduct for space activities as a mechanism to strengthen security, safety and sustainability for that vast area beyond the bounds of Earth. Representatives from the U.S. departments of
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Anthony Weiner Gets Job Offer

Anthony Weiner Gets Job Offer

Disgraced politician, Anthony Weiner, may not be out of a job for much longer.  Porn mogul and Hustler magazine publisher, Larry Flynt, wrote in a letter to Weiner that he would like to offer Weiner a job. Posing for the magazine?  Not quite.  The job would be working in the “LLC (more...)

Weiner Walks Away

Weiner Walks Away

Well, I can deny it no longer; apparently my opinion means nothing to our government. Today, June 16th, Anthony Weiner resigned his position as New York’s representative after sending lewd and inappropriate pictures to other women.  Twenty years ago, Weiner began his career as a constitute in Washington.  Twenty years later, (more...)

Secretary Clinton on the Day of Russia

Secretary Clinton on the Day of Russia

On behalf of President Obama and the American people, I am delighted to congratulate all Russians as you celebrate the Day of Russia this June 12.  This is an occasion to honor your rich history and culture, and an opportunity to mark the progress we have made together toward a (more...)

Serious Politician Releases Fascinating Emails… Right

If I have learned one thing it is that time is precious. If I have learned a second thing, it is that I wasted some of mine paying interest to this week’s top story. Sarah Palin continues to shove down our throats the thought of her as a serious governmental official, (more...)

A Congressman Admitted Sending Flirtatious Photos To Women

A Congressman Admitted Sending Flirtatious Photos To Women

A New York congressman admitted sending flirtatious photos of himself to women. Of course, Anthony Weiner is married, but this didn't stop him sending a shot of his crotch to an admirer. Conservative blogger Andrew Breitbart published a photo of a man's crotch in underpants that it said had (more...)

Biden Meet with Georgian President Saakashvili

Biden Meet with Georgian President Saakashvili

Vice President Biden met with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili today while the two leaders were in Rome to attend the celebration of the 150th anniversary of Italian unification. Vice President Biden and President Saakashvili discussed our shared interest in security, democracy and prosperity in Georgia. Vice President Biden reiterated the (more...)

Statement on Khodorkovsky and Lebedev Case in Russia

United States Mission to the OSCE Statement on Mikhail Khodorkovsky and Platon Lebedev Case in Russia As delivered by Chargé d’Affaires, a. i. Carol Fuller to the Permanent Council, Vienna May 26, 2011

The United States is concerned by the May 24 ruling by the Moscow City Court upholding the verdict

U.S.-Russia Statement on Cooperation on Visa Issues

Joint Statement by the Presidents the United States of America and of the Russian Federation Regarding Cooperation on Visa Issues Last June, when we met in Washington, we expressed our determination to establish stronger bilateral ties on the basis of mutually beneficial cooperation.  We are seeking to expand our economic and trade relations, (more...)

During European Trip, Arab Spring Is on Agenda

By Jeff Baron Staff Writer The setting for President Obama’s trip this week is Europe, but a major topic on the agenda will be North Africa and the Middle East. The goal is a more democratic, more prosperous region. The president set the stage by delivering a major policy speech on the Middle (more...)

Another Royal Wedding in 2011

Royal dynasties of the world are going through a real wedding boom this year! Prince William  – the elder son of Prince Charles – has opened in the season by marrying Kate Middleton. In a week there will be another royal wedding in Europe: the Duke of Monaco, Albert II, is taking (more...)

Central Asia Should Heed Lessons of Mideast Unrest, Blake Says

By Stephen Kaufman Staff Writer Washington — Despite economic and societal differences with countries in the Middle East, Central Asian governments should “heed the lessons of the Arab Spring” by embracing political reforms and offering more freedoms to their citizens in the interest of their countries’ long-term stability, (more...)

Freedom of Expression in Azerbaijan

U.S. Statement on Freedom of Expression in Azerbaijan

The United States remains concerned about restrictions on the right of freedom of expression in Azerbaijan. Today we note with concern the May 18 conviction of youth activist Bakhtiyar Hajiyev, who was sentenced to two years’ imprisonment on charges of draft evasion. The timing of Mr. Hajiyev’s arrest, which immediately followed (more...)

Obama Israel

Will Jewish Americans Support for Obama’s 2012 re-election?

After Obama's speech on the Middle East has Democratic Party operatives scrambling to mollify the Jewish community as the president prepares to seek a second term in the White House. Obama  called for any new Palestinian state to respect the borders as they were in 1967. That is why (more...)

'Day of Rage' in Georgia

‘Day of Rage’ In Georgia

The protesters,  around 10,000 people, last weekend accuse Saakashvili of imposing autocratic rule in Georgia. The police used teargas and rubber bullets against protesters in the capital Tbilisi. Sozar Subari, chairman of the opposition Georgian Party, said: "We are calling our supporters to come to the rally on May (more...)


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