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In a single week, America dusts up its own Royalty with the Clinton-grandchild & Clooney-wedding – Tola Adenle

September 30, 2014

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“The Americans fought a war to be rid of the English Crown, their overlords but you would hardly realize it these days not only from the royal wedding-mania that has gripped the former colony but in the many ways that Americans continue to cede supremacy to their former overlords across the big pond.” [Bottom of […]

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An errata on “Barrack Obama: a distant drum suddenly sounds very near – Tola Adenle

November 8, 2012

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I often re-check postings on this blog, especially those that I find readers viewing even several months after they have been posted. Some days ago, I found traffic on:  http://emotanafricana.com/2012/01/25/barrack-obama-a-distant-drum-suddenly-sounds-very-near-tola-adenle-august-2004/, and clicked because of the  ‘2004’  on the link but at the bottom where I always include the dates of materials from my old newspaper […]

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US Election 2012, It’s time to take America back (8): Former President Clinton rallies the troop for Obama

September 6, 2012

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In what may be one of former President Clinton’s finest political speeches a while ago, he not only rallies the Democrats – the die-hard, the fence-sitters, the may-be-I-should-give-a-look-see-to-Republican Romney-this-time – he also perhaps convinced myriads of Independents, those Americans who consider themselves neither Democrats nor Republicans majority of whose votes must be won by either […]

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‘Take America Back’ (2): “Barrack Obama: a distant drum suddenly sounds very near” – Tola Adenle

January 25, 2012

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[This is coming half a day late because in my most permanent neighborhood, getting on the web is not a matter of 1,2, turn on the laptop; 3,4, click, click, click and post… Regrets, regards, TOLA.] After the Democratic Convention in Summer 2004, I wrote four consecutive essays on the US presidential election year:  LETTERS […]

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