Monthly Archives: December 2010

All Rights All Around the World (Dec. 31, 2010)

A daily digest highlighting events around the world. Egypt criticized for inaction on African hostages in Sinai Ha’aretz Preview: “Egyptian human rights group complains at lack of response from its government after the plight of the African migrants is exposed … Continue reading

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All Rights All Around the World (Dec. 30, 2010)

A daily digest highlighting events around the world. Disappearances With Reported Ties to Pakistan Worry U.S. New York Times Preview: “The Obama administration is expressing alarm over reports that thousands of political separatists and captured Taliban insurgents have disappeared into … Continue reading

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Cade’s “Wondrous Adventures of 2nd Puberty”

(His words, not mine.)  Following my friend Cade as he transitions.  Go Cade, go!

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Perpetua y cárcel común para Videla y Menéndez por el fusilamiento de 31 presos políticos de la UP1

Diariodeurgencia Resumen Latinoamericano 2010/12/22 UNA BUENA NOTICIA DESDE ARGENTINA Perpetua y cárcel común para Videla y Menéndez por el fusilamiento de 31 presos políticos de la UP1 “El Tribunal Oral Federal 1 de Córdoba condenó a la pena de prisión … Continue reading

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Videla and Hitler

Hitler (mastermind of the Holocaust) is on the left, Videla (military dictator during Argentina’s 1976-1983 “Dirty War(s)”) on the right.  Uncanny resemblance, no?

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Jorge Videla Sentenced to Life in Prison

  Jorge Videla has been sentenced to life in prison.  Calling the 1976-1983 military dictatorship in Argentina, often called “The Dirty War(s),” a “just war,” Videla still does not seem to regret regret his actions.  According to Aljazeera, he was … Continue reading

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Obama: “We Are Not a Nation That Says ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell'”

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