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A New Pride in America?

I read the Eugene Robinson (pictured above) piece, “Obama Campaign Instills New Pride” and felt the need to comment here at Black Tokyo. Mr. Robinson writes for the Washington Post. His column is distributed by the Washington Post Writers Group, 1150 15th NW, Washington, DC 20071. You can reach him at eugenerobinson@washpost.com. Please feel free to… Keep Reading


Wassup 2008

[display_podcast] Thanks to the Black Tokyo Forum Moderator, Zen, from Zensekai for sending the video. Keep Reading


If the world could vote

Gallup Polls conducted in 70 countries from May to September 2008 reveal widespread international support for Democratic Sen. Barack Obama over Republican Sen. John McCain in the U.S. presidential election. Here is the link. 1. Kenya (+86) 2. Uganda (+77) 3. Ethiopia (+70) 4. Tanzania (+67) 5. Mauritania (+65) 6. Netherlands (+64) 7. Denmark (+61)… Keep Reading


Europeans back Obama, Asians like McCain

Could Europe be categorized as a U.S. Democratic Party “blue state” and Asia, a Republican Party “red state”? American presidential elections provide a near perfect test to understand the difference between European and Asian worldviews, even if the two continents are far from united internally. If you want America to lead by the power of… Keep Reading


US Citizens Abroad – Register to Vote by 04 Oct 08

U.S. citizens should register to vote now for the November 4, 2008, presidential and general elections.  Many states close voter registration on October 4, 2008, which is 30 days before the general election.  Be sure to allow sufficient time for your voting registration forms to reach the U.S. by mail. Voters who have not yet… Keep Reading

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