Tag Archives: President Obama

The Worst Insult

Originally posted at Stop Genocide Calling someone a Nazi is one of the worst insults out there.  Unfortunately, it’s also one of the most pervasive in our culture.  From the famous (satirical) Seinfeld “Soup Nazi” to recent political protests, calling … Continue reading

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Sudanese Demonstration at the White House

Coverage from the Enough Project blog. Saving Lives – Sudanese demonstrate at the White House On Friday, Sudanese from across the US came together to demonstrate in front of the White House.  Check out a slideshow of photos from the … Continue reading

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Washington, DC Honor the Past – Act Now for Darfur event

IMG_6549, originally uploaded by shaggy2797. Girl adds her postcard asking President Obama to act for Darfur at the Washington, DC event honoring Genocide Prevention Month and calling for action in Darfur. Photo copyright: Ryan Riley

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Taxes – not at ALL like the Holocaust

Dear “tea party” anti-tax activists: Taxes are not like the Holocaust.  They’re not even like war crimes.  They’re taxes – part of the price we pay to live in a country where we are ensured democratic transition of power, education, … Continue reading

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[It’s official!] Obama names Gration as special envoy to Sudan

THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary _____________________________________________________________________ FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                      March 18, 2009 President Obama Announces Major General Scott Gration as U.S. Special Envoy for Sudan Today, I am pleased to join Secretary Clinton in … Continue reading

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From ForeignPolicy.com: How to Get Serious on Sudan

From ForeignPolicy.com’s Will Inboden come a few important notes to the Obama Administration now that they’re appointing a highly qualified envoy for Sudan: 1. Don’t confuse an appointment with action. Appointing a special envoy is a welcome move in beginning … Continue reading

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