Articles by Wilfred Codrington (6)

Corporate culture in the White House

March 22, 2005 Comments are Disabled

The rule of the business aristocracy will, by necessity, prove to be adverse to the overall interests of the citizenry.

A Turkish delight?

November 3, 2004 Comments are Disabled

The member states of the European Union are at a crucial turning point. On Dec. 16, the EU will vote whether or not to begin discussions concerning the accession of Turkey into the community, and there are a number of factors that could have the vote go either way.

Bush’s corporate administration hasn’t done the math

October 29, 2004 Comments are Disabled

If Bush is elected, we can expect to see more of what we’ve seen over the last term – a corporate-style government, a cut-throat administration of law and tactic that will benefit few.

Notes from Cheney v. Edwards

October 6, 2004 Comments are Disabled

In the end, the unimpressive victory definitely went to Edwards.

Bush’s scary judges

October 3, 2004 Comments are Disabled

Never before in this country will the support of ethnic minorities count for so much in a federal election. Blacks and Hispanics now constitute roughly 25 percent of the U.S. population, and these numbers will continue to increase. In order to be re-elected, President George W.

Confronting Sudan

August 30, 2004 Comments are Disabled

Tens of thousands of black Sufi Muslims have died in government-backed atrocities in western Sudan. One million more are on the brink of death by starvation, as the nation deals with the aftermath of the 20-year long North-South war that killed 2 million people, largely a result of governmental genocide.