Televangelist Pat Robertson was visibly angry on Wednesday as his called for Attorney General Eric Holder to be impeached because, he said, the “sodomy” rights of homosexuals had been elevated above everyone else.
(Truthstream Media.com) The Declaration of Independence boldly states: "When a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security." Thomas Jefferson, writing on behalf of the independent-minded colonists in 1776, backed up the Declaration’s conclusion with numerous examples of British tyranny, stating: "To prove this, let Facts be submitted to a candid world." Compare them to the United States and global system we live under today. Are we now free? Examine the balance of power between individuals, endowed with natural rights by God, and government, Constitutionally bound to only limited powers, as well as the leading corporations of the private sector.
The Bulgarian Parliament adopted on Wednesday a declaration on national unity, introduced by the Parliament Speaker Mihail Mikov. The document, written in response to the surge of tension on an ethnic, religious and political basis, calls on Bulgarian citizens and political leaders not to allow any use of the Day of national hero Vasil Levski for partisan or other purposes.
Post-Gaddafi Libya is a mix of newfound freedom and political instability. The latest news includes worries of an impending coup d’état after a top general suggested that the way forward for the country was to suspend Parliament. Still, Libyans celebrated – or at least were free to acknowledge – the third anniversary of their 2011 revolution that overthrew long-time dictator Muammar Gaddafi
In 1776, the Continental Congress signed a Declaration that they would separate from Great Britain because the King had unilaterally made changes to the national health care system.
No manifestations of xenophobia or racist agitation will be tolerated by the Interior Ministry, claims its chief secretary Svetlozar Lazarov. This declaration refers to the escalation of violence during Friday’s attempt of football hooligans to assault a mosque in the city of Plovdiv, which resulted in 120 people being detained
During a question-and-answer session with students on February 7, 2014, Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor Noam Chomsky was asked why there’s a cultural preoccupation with “the zombie apocalypse” in United States. “My guess is,” Chomsky said, “that it’s a reflection of fear and desperation. The United States is an unusually frightened country, and in such circumstances, people concoct, maybe for escape or relief, [narratives] in which terrible things happen.” “Fear in the United States is actually a pretty interesting phenomenon,” Chomsky continued.