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The Price of Oil

No topic is more misunderstood than the price of oil and the oil industry in general. Most politicians and writers, who comment on the recent rise in the price of oil, its causes, and implications, simply have no clue what they are talking about.   The world is not facing an oil crisis and the […]

Your Arab-American Candidates

Get Involved! Candidates 2008 Arab American Candidates Posted on Tuesday July 8, 2008 ARIZONA • Senator Paula Aboud (D-28th District) for re-election ——————————————————————————– CALIFORNIA • U.S. Representative Darrell Issa (R-49th District) for re-election www.issaforcongress.com • Ferial Masry (D-37th District) for State Assembly www.ferialmasryforassembly.com • Sam Wakim (R-2nd District) for State Assembly Campaign suspended for personal […]

Georgians Fear Russian Fervor to Bring Them Back into the Fold Again

Anyone who knows even a little history about Georgia knows that they have always been the defenders not aggressors. They defend their sovereignty, not attack other territory or countries. A very small country, they have always fought hard to stay out of the hands of Russians; now is no different. It was Russia who so […]

Doctors Charged with Fomenting ‘Velvet Revolution’ in Iran

Arash and Kamiar Alaei are brothers from Kermanshah in Western Iran who have pushed boundaries in the Islamic Republic’s approach to and treatment of AIDS and even helped change national drugs policy. I have been aware of their work for many years, since first writing about Iran’s epidemic of heroin addiction for the Financial Times […]