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Posted by AdLib On Feb - 12 - 2013 25 COMMENTS
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President Obama will deliver his 2013 State of the Union Address tonight at 6:00 pm PST (9:00 pm EST) and you’re invited to join us for our live chat here beginning at 5:30 PM PST. Hope to see you then!

Posted by AdLib On Feb - 27 - 2012 28 COMMENTS

If the GOP wants to cry about gas prices being high because of President Obama, they need to declare that they want the US government to nationalize the oil industry.

Posted by ADONAI On Nov - 26 - 2011 12 COMMENTS

  America is a Nation with a mission – and that mission comes from our most basic beliefs. We have no desire to dominate, no ambitions of empire. Our aim is a democratic peace – a peace founded upon the dignity and rights of every man and woman. ~George W. […]

Posted by Khirad On Jun - 27 - 2011 1,018 COMMENTS

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Posted by KQµårk 死神 On Apr - 6 - 2010 6 COMMENTS

Ed Koch when he was Mayor Koch use to ask that very question to New Yorkers walking down the streets of New York quite often. Now Mr. Koch says he has “never been more terrified. (with Obama as president)” In a exceptionally self contradictory tirade about President Obama’s foreign policy […]

Posted by Khirad On Apr - 4 - 2010 24 COMMENTS

I. History of Nowruz Imagine it’s the fifth century before the Common Era, on a plain bejeweled with a magnificent palace complex and flowing gardens, with the coffee brown Zagros mountains in the distance, and a sky the color of lapis lazuli. Colorful tents and scents all around, wafting in […]

Posted by Khirad On Mar - 3 - 2010 18 COMMENTS

February 1, 1979. Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini’s fourteen year exile was finally coming to an end. From Neauphle-le-Château where he had spent only a few months after being kicked out of Najaf by Saddam Hussein (accounts differ on the Shah’s role in this) he had chartered an Air France 747 and […]

Posted by Khirad On Feb - 10 - 2010 36 COMMENTS

The last month in Iran has been full of little clues and a few intrigues. I will try to pare them down. This update has been long coming, and before I become even more overwhelmed, I’ll try to do my best. The beginning of the Gregorian year, January 1st, 2010, […]

Posted by KQµårk 死神 On Feb - 3 - 2010 59 COMMENTS

OK how did our crack media outlets miss out on this story I found on BBC news? Like usual our media is obsessed with the sensational stories, faux outrage, and politically motivated opinions instead of real news. It seems it’s much more important that the president reminded Nevadans that they […]

Categories: Iran, News & Politics
Posted by Khirad On Dec - 29 - 2009 35 COMMENTS

Ashura 1388 – December 27, 2009, begins over 1,300 years ago. During the three year reign of Yazid I (680-683 CE) of the Ummayad Caliphate, one man refused to swear allegiance to the caliph, he was Hossein, son of Ali, the father whom Shi’as believe the Prophet Mohammad designated to […]

Posted by Khirad On Dec - 22 - 2009 42 COMMENTS

30 Azar 1388 – December 21, 2009. The epicenter of the clerical establishment of Iran, the city of Qom, about a hundred miles southwest of the capital, was shaken by demonstrators mourning for the recently deceased Grand Ayatollah Hossein Ali Montazeri. In the words of Shirin Ebadi, “the father of […]

Posted by Khirad On Dec - 9 - 2009 15 COMMENTS

16 Azar, or National Student Day is a commemoration of December 7th, 1953, when three students at Tehran University were killed after protesting the visit of Vice President Nixon to Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, seen as a congratulation for the coup d’état against Mohammad Mossadegh and the return of the […]

Posted by Khirad On Dec - 2 - 2009 36 COMMENTS

Since the 13 Aban demonstrations nearly a month ago, the international nuclear debate has been ratcheted up, and the domestic scene of the Islamic Republic of Iran keeps lurching further into the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps’ blood-soaked hands. From Maziar Bahari’s article, written after his experiences of being arrested and […]

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