Monday, May 2, 2011

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Bin Laden Dead, We Now Can Write Our History

With the report of Bin Laden's death there are many developments that will take shape in the coming months. The post 9/11 decade will be written as the opening of terrorism as we "the American people" know it. But now the landscape that we've been accustomed to has drastically changed. With the principle players in the Terrorism War now gone, (Bush, Bin Laden, Hussein) replaced by unlikely hero's (Obama, US Military and Democrats) we can now focus on the middle game of this complicated Chess match. It was written that that collapse of communism was in fact the end of history as there would be no alternative ideology to oppose American capitalism. Terrorism proved that religion views not monetary principles would be as equally volatile. The question remains can we end terrorism the same way we ended communism. Obama may go down in history as the president who helped change our civilization but he will not be alone in this journey towards a true end game. If the president can combine the death of Bin Laden with the uprisings to give a counter ideology of social reform, he may be able to stop the spread of religious tyranny by Al Queda. This would be a great victory not only for the US but for world tolerance as well. In American politics, Obama and other Democrats can now utilize this triumph as evidence that they are not the only political party that is tough on terror. Putting the biased mirror on Republicans as the party that couldn't eliminate the worlds biggest terrorist mastemind. All these things combined are game changers, country changers and more importantly history changers. However we must remain cautious and take our victories in stride. We know a major change in Al Queda leadership and infrastructure is apparent and when you change players in the middle of the game anything can happen. But as for this moment, right now, we are in-deed winning.

Video: 'Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon' [TRAILER]

This should get you pretty excited...

SCREAM @ ME!!!'s Couple of the Month! [May 2011]

Each month we highlight and interview a selected couple, that have remained strong and find out what advice they have to offer others who are currently in relationships and looking forward to marriage someday. How's your relationship looking???

Ms. Parker on the interview!


NOTE: For "Couple of the Month" consideration, submit your photo, song (in mp3 format), and answers to the interview questions above to If selected you will be notified via email.

R.I.P. Osama bin Laden

Before you do anything, read the title up there again and understand that this is NOT a satirical post.

The announcement late Sunday (5.1.2011) of the death of infamous al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden has set the Internet, and media overall in a "got to get out how I feel" frenzy, as users searched for information and shared their thoughts on the killing of one of the world's most wanted men.

In a late-night appearance at the White House, U.S. President Barack Obama said that bin Laden had been killed in a U.S. operation in Pakistan on Sunday.

An IT consultant in Abottabad, the town where bin Laden was killed, inadvertently "live blogged" an early sign of the military operation on Twitter, without realizing its importance until much later. How crazy is that?!

So, here's how the cookie crumbled:

The statement said that U.S. President Barack Obama telephoned Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari Monday (Sunday, our time) "on the successful U.S. operation which resulted in killing of Osama bin Laden."

The statement also said that Pakistan has "extremely effective intelligence sharing arrangements with several intelligence agencies including that of the U.S." but didn't say whether Pakistan intelligence had helped pinpoint the whereabouts of the al Qaeda leader.

Earlier Monday, an official with the Inter-Services Intelligence military spy agency said the attack on a compound outside the town of Abbottabad where bin Laden resided at the time was a joint operation involving Pakistani helicopters, one of which crashed during the firefight with bin Laden's bodyguards.

Abbottabad is far from the border with Afghanistan, where U.S. troops are stationed, and the attack on bin Laden's compound would have likely needed Pakistan involvement of some kind, said Talat Masood, a former Pakistani army general. Military officials declined to comment, referring questions to the foreign ministry.

So, although I'd like to believe our highly-coveted President was responsible for this effort...what I'm reading tells me different. But hey, then again at this point, I could really care less who to charge.