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GOP cooks up new excuse to oppose Susan Rice

GOP cooks up new excuse to oppose Susan Rice

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4:33 pm on 11/28/2012

Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, ranking Republican on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee walks to a meeting on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012, for a meeting with UN Ambassador Susan Rice. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)

Sen. Susan Collins has unveiled the latest reason to oppose Susan Rice as Secretary of State. And it makes even less sense than the previous ones.

At a press conference after meeting with Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the U.N., Collins said Rice’s response to the attacks on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya had an “eerie echo” of the bombings of two U.S. embassies in Africa in 1998, when Rice served as the head of the State Department’s Africa region.

“She had to be aware of the general threat assessment and of the ambassadors’ request for more security,” Collins, a Maine Republican, said of Rice’s role in that incident.

But a far more devastating terrorist attack occurred three years later, when a different Rice, Condoleezza, served as National Security Adviser to President Bush. Indeed, in August 2001, Bush and Condoleezza Rice received a CIA memo headlined: “Bin [read more]

Ron Paul, farewell To Congress

Here is Ron Paul’s entire speech, please watch.
Farewell [read more]

Mexico’s Past, The World’s Future Currency Devaluations

Mexico\’s Past, The World\’s Future Currency Devaluations
It seems the world is doomed to repeat the same mistakes, from wars to large economic shocks that could have been avoided. All this, without a doubt, is the responsibility of leaders, who are often blinded by today’s apparent prosperity, or by the desire to postpone the inevitable, leading entire nations to what will eventually end in tragedy.

The influential forces that these leaders possess, including political, economic, monetary, and even military, impede for actions to be taken against them, allowing them to act discreetly and individually.

Of course, this does not imply we should rise in opposition to faulty government and monetary policies. On the contrary, bear in mind that rulers often hide or suppress movements and initiatives for change until they prove unstoppable. By then it is too late for any preventive action and panic ensues.

In this sense, Mexico has been no exception experiencing several such episodes in its recent history. Mexico’s experiences from the past can serve as a model for other nations as an example of what to avoid.

It’s 2012, and Mexico is nearly thirty years past its period of devaluations, yet it is once again on a path toward recurring crises, which have coincided almost exactly with its changes in government every six years.

The famous crisis of 1982 was the unwinding of a global process, not only relevant to Mexico but to the world, as the first consequences [read more]