By Albert N. Milliron (Politisite)– President Mubarak spoke live through Egyptian Television stating that he intends to remain President of Egypt until the national election that will take place in September 2011. He spoke to the Egyptian people calling himself a father figure toward the people as his children. He related that he will not be influenced by outside sources, possibly referring to the pressure he has received from the […]
Egypt’s President Mubarak is expected to give a speech some time after 10:00 local time (3:00 p.m. ET) to step down as President after nearly thirty years of rule. Egyptian TV began covering the protests along with video from Independence Square earlier today reveling a change in their coverage. Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak looked likely to step down on Thursday after the military high command took control of a nation […]
Mubarak moments away from a taped statement to the nation.. you can see it on FNC.. we can confirm.. President Obama asked Mubarak not to run in elections in Sept. via Mubarak moments… Possibly related posts: (automatically generated) Related posts on Mubarak Breaking: Mubarak to announce retirement after current term? « Hot Air Will MGM International regret tie to Mubarak? |
To the families of those we’ve lost; to all who called them friends; to the students of this university, the public servants gathered tonight, and the people of Tucson and Arizona: I have come here tonight as an American who, like all Americans, kneels to pray with you today, and will stand by you tomorrow. There is nothing I can say that will fill the sudden hole torn in your […]
O.K. up to now the argument has been academic and sparsely cited with quotes. But now, some documents are coming to light on Supreme Court nominees first Amendment beliefs. A belief that speech on racial or gender inequality should be quashed and how speech should be weighed against social costs sounds good for some.. but depending on who is in power, ones interpretation of that could be skewed politically. I […]
Political sabers have been incessantly ratting across different branches of the government ever since the Magna Carta. But usually it’s between the White House and Congress. We learned in third grade social studies about that stoic aerie of men and women who clarify the law, wear baggy robes, and in Beltway terms are more secluded than J.D. Salinger.