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on November 18, 2013 at 4:13 AM / in United States

America’s sitting ducks

Paul Anthony Ciancia on November 1, 2013 embarked on a shooting rampage at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) killing one TSA officer and wounding two. The incident set off a firestorm of controversy whether to arm TSA officers or not. I weigh in with my scalpel and dissect the matter to bring you some interesting underpinnings of the heated controversy. No matter which side of the debate you favor your mind will be pleasantly stimulated when you get to the last word. Enjoy.

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on September 13, 2013 at 4:12 PM / in United States

Obama’s foreign policy quagmire

No one saw it coming. So, when President Obama made his real intention known it caught the world off guard. Quite frankly the surprise wasn’t so much about his refusal to take immediate military action against Syrian dictator, Bashar Assad, for use of chemical weapon in Syria’s civil war; rather, it was the fact that President of the most powerful […]

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on August 22, 2013 at 2:48 AM / in Africa

Blood in River Nile

I cut through the smoke and drill to the heart of the matter why Egypt is burning. Does Egypt deserve this? Were mistakes made that resulted to this? Is Egypt solely responsible for its woes? Did any of United States’ actions (or lack thereof) contribute to the current situation? Could this crisis have been avoided? I take you on a rugged analysis ride that will challenge your mind in ways you never thought about the subject.

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on December 26, 2012 at 4:27 PM / in Nigeria

Defending the Bayelsa chopper crash

Chopper goes down in Bayelsa state, Nigeria with political dignitaries onboard and sets off a firestorm of controversy. I analyse the matter and separate the facts from fiction.

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on November 25, 2012 at 4:33 PM / in Nigeria

Private jets for Jesus

Nigerian-born, writer, journalist, critic and researcher, Sonala Olumhense, debutes on this portal as guest columnist with an indictment on Nigerian pastors. Olumhense is at his best again doing what he does best: Write. As usual, you will be hooked from beginning to end and longing for more when you arrive at the last word. Enjoy.

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on October 19, 2011 at 11:30 PM / in Africa

False Start

In a previous article titled Taming the tiger, I was highly critical of Muammar Gadhafi and his response to the Libyan unrest. A lot of time has passed since that article and I am now singing a different tone. Not that I am against the vanquish of the colonel who seized power in Libya 42 years ago and refused to relinquish it. I […]

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