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  • FotoWeekDC, now to Nov. 10, has 100 photography exhibitions and many parties
    FotoWeekDC, now to Nov. 10, has 100 photography exhibitions and many parties
    FotoWeekDC, a citywide celebration of the photographic arts now to Nov. 10, has 100 exhibitions and many parties.Topics include illegal immigration into the U.S.; Serengeti lions; and Burma’s Rohingya Muslims, long considered among the world...
  • NSA (National Security Agency)
    New leaked documents: NSA spied on the EU, the U.N. and 80 embassies
    The German magazine Der Spiegel, received newly leaked documents yesterday from Edward Snowden who is currently hiding out in Russia. The leaked classified documents show that the National Security Agency (NSA) has been spying on the United...
  • Embassy Series concerts begin Sept. 9 at Indian Ambassador’s residence
    Embassy Series concerts begin Sept. 9 at Indian Ambassador’s residence
    The Embassy Series, which offers truly Washington experiences, has announced its 20th season of exotic concerts and cuisine at residences of ambassadors of India, Nepal, Romania, Spain, South Africa, Bulgaria, Iceland, and at embassies.One of D.C....
  • MCESG
    Terrorists are Planning Terror Attacks!
    Terror attack imminent? Always. But I doubt that is what the closing of the 22 U.S. Embassies and Consulates around the Middle East is about.The level of distrust in the federal government is growing exponentially under this regime. Four and a...
  • 'Religion of Peace' threats cause close of U.S. embassies
    'Religion of Peace' threats cause close of U.S. embassies
    Based on a threat from Muslim extremist, the United States is closing consulates and embassies in the Muslim world this weekend on Sunday. Islam is called the “religion of peace” yet it is the very single religion that almost always...
  • Visit 75 countries in two days in May without leaving Washington, D.C.
    Visit 75 countries in two days in May without leaving Washington, D.C.
    Instead of going around the world in 80 days, visit almost 80 countries in two days without leaving Washington, D.C. and without paying a cent, centavo, or Euro.Many embassies in Washington open their doors to the public on two Saturdays -- May 4 ...
  • Obama, you listening?
    Obama officially loses his second war, is burned in effigy throughout Jihadistan (Video)
    In 2007 I wrote an article warning that electing Obama would result in the U.S. losing the war in Iraq and splitting the country in two. I don't consider myself a prophet, but appeasement in the world of jihad has a predictable result, and it...
  • Tension in the Middle East
    Twenty-five plus countries prepare for strike in Iran
    With tensions building in the Middle East, over 25 countries have moved warships into the Persian Gulf, prepared for a strike against Iran. These warships are being placed in the Strait of Hormuz.The Telegraph also reported on September 15 these...
  • Christian Rage
    Christians outraged: Death toll over blasphemous art remains at zero
    While the ruins of the American consulate in Benghazi still smolder, The New York Times is reporting that "65 embassies or consulates around the world had issued emergency messages about threats of violence."To include Chief Executive...
  • Yemen Protestors
    Protesters Storm US Embassy in Yemen
    Violence continued to spread Thursday outside the US embassies to new Arab capitals. Two former U.S. ambassadors said, “The slow response Tuesday by Egyptian security officials in Cairo points to a security lapse that warrant’s...
  • Tom in Iraq
    Some voters do not have to register
    Military personnel and residents of Washita County who are living overseas are eligible to vote absentee without being registered. This includes spouses and dependents. These voters may apply by mail, email, or by fax. Military personnel should...
  • Embassies'  open houses
    Open embassies delight throngs
    I ate my way through the world on Saturday.If I didn’t get to Iraq, Pakistan, and Egypt, I knew I was going to positively explode right there in the middle of Massachusetts Avenue, but it was not necessary since I got to allthose nations...
  • At the Embassy of Rwanda 2010
    Embassies open doors on Saturday
    Bahrain and Uzbekistan will not participate in the Around the World Embassy Tour Saturday as previously announced, but no matter, 33 other embassies are set toopen doors to the public at no charge between 10 a.m.-4 p.m.(Australia will open only...
  • Embassy of the Republic of Cyprus
    EU embassies, disappointing
    45 minutes for apricot yogurt? No, that won't get it, Greece.If you forgot about the "open embassies" day or just couldn't make it Saturday, you missed almost nothing.A spoonful of yogurt was about all Greece had to offer at its ...
  • Haiti 2010 & 2011
    Do you register with the government before travel?
    A U.S. State Department program that allows citizens to register with them before an international trip has been renamed "STEP" (Smart Traveler Enrollment Program). It was formerly known as "Travel Registration" or "...