Yesterday, C-Span released an online survey conducted on June 7 2009, among 1,002 voters who voted in the 2008 general election. As the Senate confirmation hearings for Judge Sotomayor start next week, the poll’s findings are alarming, and illustrate how little Americans know about the Supreme Court.
South Korean officials are suspecting North Korea of having launched various cyber attacks on web sites in the US and South Korea according to NSA’s authorities in South Korea.
During his campaign last year, and even at the time of his inauguration, President Obama made promises of ” Unprecedented transparency in government.” The reality of government seems to have change the President views on the topic of transparency, at least to some extend.
The human rights organization, Human Rights Watch, just released a report today blaming Israel for failing to properly identify targets at least six times during the Gaza conflict in December 2008 & January 2009. According to Human Rights Watch the attacks were in clear violations of the laws of war. The drone attacks killed civilians [...]
Yesterday, Bernard Madoff was sentenced in New-York to 150 years behind bars, if nothing else his victims can be reassured that he will finish his life in jail.
When Madoff’s victims describe him they often have used such words as likable unassuming and a man they could