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From the White House: “The White House believes those that have committed atrocities should be held accountable,” Gibbs told reporters. “We would urge restraint on the part of all parties including the government of Sudan. “Further violence against civilian Sudanese … Continue reading
Originally posted at Stop Genocide. Sometimes, it’s easy to forget the horrific realities of genocide. While there is no way those of us who haven’t experienced it firsthand can truly begin to understand, many creative groups have found ways to … Continue reading
Michelle at Stop Genocide does a great blog round-up (I say great because she’s great, but also because she includes yours truly): Stop Genocide – Change.org: The Blog-O-Sphere Responds to the ICC Leaks (Alternate Title: Blogging Rulz). In response to … Continue reading
Over at Stop Genocide the always insightful Michelle comments on the Catholic Bishop Holocaust Denial scandal. She asks for your comments – especially from the Catholics among us. Not being Catholic myself, I can really only give a blanket condemnation … Continue reading
Welcome to my new blog! I hope you find my musings on international affairs, domestic politics, things that make me laugh and things that make me want to cry. I’ll also post some photos on occasion.