Prior to submission of Report on Criminal Law Amendment by retaired Indian Supreme Court Justice J.S.Verma ,on the women related crimes, to the Indian government, notwithstanding the public impulse and unbridled mass uproar demanding lynching of the rape accused in the sensational Delhi Rape case, by stating that ‘a swift-trial for Rape accused should not be at the cost of a fair trial and can not overwhelm the due process of law’, the Chief Justice of Republic of India Lord Justice Altmas Kabir has acquired the image of Judge of international standards, like Lord Justice Leveson of U.K and... Read More
Speaking in the South Asian Media Sumposium held in New Delhi on 8th December, the Press Council of India Chairman Justice Markendeya Katju did not mince words in declaring that 90 percent of Indians are ‘Idiots’ who can be misled and divided by mischivious elements on the basis of caste and religion, because they have no brains in their heads. “There are equal number of fundamentalists among the Hindus and Muslims in India and just by spending 2,000 rupees, communal riots can be created in Indian capital city of New Delhi” he said.
Besides revealing true picture of backward mental condition... Read More
Too much muttering is going on among many Indians about the Palestine Israel conflict. So many photos of dead children, burned houses, crying mothers and many more are circulating on facebook declaring their support for Palestine. Most of it insist or even plead to the Indian government to support Palestine and criticize Israel for its brutal actions. The episode that is taking place now is not at all one sided as most suggest, the Hamas are raining missiles over Israeli towns too but the reason for less or no causalities from the Israeli side is because of its counter missile systems. The... Read More
Strict construction surmised that the federal goverment could do nothing that wasn't spelled out in so many words within the constitutional document. Two lawyer from Virginia came up with the argument in response to what they saw as the building of an aristocratic hierarchy, like that of England. Thomas Jefferson had already had a distinguished career as a foriegn minister, for having authored the Declaration of Independence, for championing universal public education in Virginia, and for secularizing the College of William and Mary as a member of it Board of Visitors (having been unsuccessful... Read More
Before I get started, I would like to acknowledge the oxymoronic title of this post. Politics can be cutthroat and politicians rarely talk straight to anyone about anything. Everybody has an opinion when it comes to politics and it’s one of the three subjects avoided when trying to maintain peace...the other two being sports and religion. I have an opinion as well, but it isn’t nearly as important as my observations. A friend told me this would be a risky post...but I think the risk is greater not to write about what I see.
I’ve observed that it doesn’t matter what your party affiliation... Read More
There has been a chain letter circulating through the internet for years now. It presents itself as an idea from Warren Buffet, but the truth is the only part of it that came from him was a simple quote. Although the contents are not his, the ideas in the letter continue to raise questions, inspire discussion...and motivate people into thinking positive about where we are as a country, and where we want to be. Obviously, something this inspirationally viral and full of ideas simply must be discussed on this site, dedicated to the advent of idea.
“I could end the deficit in 5 minutes.... Read More
After the recent election, it is very clear to me, we now live in two very different countries within our shores.
I was born in 1962. JFK was President, Johnny Carson had just begun The Tonight Show, The Supreme Court voted to ban school prayer, the median fixed income was $6,000, a house costs $15,000, and a gallon of gas was a meager $.25 cents. But, things were much different back then because people were much different. There was greater unity throughout the land as I grew up, and the American dream was alive and well to all who were willing to work and succeed. America had its problems,... Read More
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I believe that someday all military operations will be reduced and we will be able to make agreements using international negotiations. War never changes things to better, never!