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Egyptians Celebrate Two-Year Anniversary Of Uprising . . . With More Protests

By Meera Dolasia on January 26, 2013
Egyptians Celebrate Two-Year Anniversary Of Uprising . . . With More Protests

It was exactly two years ago in January 2011, that the people of Egypt finally garnered the courage to stand up against the injustice they had been enduring for 30 years, under the reigning government of President Hosni Mubarak. Within 18 days, the president succumbed to the wishes of his people by resigning and handing over interim power, to the country's Supreme Council of the Armed Forces.

President Obama's First Order Of Business - Resolving The Looming 'Fiscal Cliff'

By Meera Dolasia on November 15, 2012
President Obama's First Order Of Business - Resolving The Looming 'Fiscal Cliff'

While thrilled at being given another four years to continue the path he had carved out for the country, President Obama's celebration was short-lived. That's because the day after being re-elected the President had to begin working on resolving what is being called a 'Fiscal Cliff' - So what is this cliff that has everybody in a tizzy and are things going to be as dire for Americans as predicted? Read on . . . .

Barack Obama Re-Elected President Of The United States Of America!

By Meera Dolasia on November 7, 2012
Barack Obama Re-Elected President Of The United States Of America!

On November 6th, 2012, an estimated 126 million Americans braved long lines to cast their vote for the candidate they believed was best suited to lead the country for the next four years. As had been expected, the race was close but by 8.30pm PST, most television networks were predicting that President Barack Obama had obtained the 270 electoral votes that he needed to be re-elected.

Video(s) Of The Week - The Presidential Elections Are Here!

By Meera Dolasia on November 5, 2012
Video(s) Of The Week - The Presidential Elections Are Here!

Tomorrow, November 6th, millions of Americans will head to the polling booths to cast their vote for either Democrat incumbent President Obama or Republican nominee Mitt Romney. Over the last six months we have heard the candidates make so many campaign promises that it is easy to get a little confused about what each one of them has said.

Third And Final Presidential Debate, A Toss Up?

By Meera Dolasia on October 23, 2012
Third And Final Presidential Debate, A Toss Up?

Last night's debate between US Presidential candidates, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney was watched by just 53.9 million people, far less than the over 66 million that had tuned in for the first two debates. Whether it was because people are indifferent about US foreign policy or because the debate was at the same time as Monday Night Football and the seventh game of Baseball's National League Series, will never be known. But the general consensus is that the people who skipped it, did not miss much.

Did President Obama Even The Score At The Second Presidential Debate?

By Meera Dolasia on October 17, 2012
Did President Obama Even The Score At The Second Presidential Debate?

Yesterday evening, President Barack Obama and Republican hopeful Mitt Romney took the stage at Long Island's, Hofstra University for the second of their three impromptu debates leading up to the November 6th election. Given that most Americans thought Mr. Romney did a much better job that his opponent in the first debate, this one was particularly crucial for the President and the Democratic Party. So how did he do? Read on!

Video Of The Week - The Vice Presidential Debate Summarized In A Song!

By Meera Dolasia on October 15, 2012
Video Of The Week - The Vice Presidential Debate Summarized In A Song!

On Thursday, October 11th, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and Republican Vice President hopeful Paul Ryan, had their one and only chance to express their views and debate on live television, about issues ranging from taxes to Medicare and Social Security.

The Race To The US Presidency Heats Up With First Of Three Debates

By Meera Dolasia on October 5, 2012
The Race To The US Presidency Heats Up With First Of Three Debates

On Wednesday night, 67.2 million Americans sat glued to their television sets for a full 90 minutes to hear the two nominees - the incumbent President Barack Obama, for the Democratic Party and Governor Mitt Romney for the Republican Party, talk about their plans for the country, if elected to be the 45th President of the United States of America.

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