Archive for the ‘Saudi Arabia’ Tag
- February 8, 2011 FBI Investigates Assets of Ousted Tunisian President posted in Culture, Economics, Politics, Power tagged corruption, FBI, forensic accounting, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Wall Street Journal, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali
- March 13, 2008 Stand By Your Man? posted in Culture, Economics, Politics, Power tagged Alberto Gonzales, armor, Bill Clinton, Colin Powell, compassion, Condoleeza Rice, Dana McGreevey, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Dubai, Eliot Spitzer, FCC, FISA, Fox News, George Bush, Gilead Sciences, Halliburton, Hillary Clinton, impeachment, Iraq War, Jim McGreevey, Michael Powell, Monica Lewinski, News Corp, Patriot Act, Pentagon, politicians, Rupert Murdoch, Saudi Arabia, scandal, Sex, Silda Spitzer, surveillance
- February 20, 2008 The Long Con of William Jefferson Clinton: Part I posted in Culture, Economics, History, Muntu, Politics, Power, Science, Technology tagged Africa, Africa Tour 2008, Barack Obama, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Bill Clinton, Bill Gates, Carlyle Group, Congressional Black Caucus, defense, Department of Defense, Emmett J. Rice, energy, George Bush, George H.W. Bush, Ghana, global, healthcare, Hillary Clinton, international, Liberia, Madagascar, Middle East, Nigeria, oil, OPEC, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Susan Rice, Tanzania, Toni Morrison, Warren Buffett
- August 27, 2007 Iran, Japan and Your Depreciating Dollar posted in Economics tagged dollar, euro, inflation, Iran, Iraq, Japan, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom, United States, yen
- August 13, 2006 New York Times – Having It Both Ways on 9/11 posted in Politics tagged 9/11, 9/11 Commission, Bill Clinton, Dick Cheney, George W. Bush, Halliburton, Intelligence, Iraq, national security, New York Times, Saddam Hussein, Saudi Arabia, September 11, terrorism, World Trade Center, WTC
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