How Much Did Obama Win By?
Obama has won a second time after defeating Mitt Romney in the 2012 election, but how much did he really win by? As…
Where is Common Decency?
I saw an article on a manager of a Krogers store saying to a customer with food stamps, " Excuse me for working for…
Gaddafi’s Last Hope May Have Been Shot Down
Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, has been barely holding on to control of that nation for several months, despite wide…
Stop the Lies
I recently published an article on the annoyance of political ads on TV. This being an election year, the ads are on…
Al Qaeda Prison Break
I have noticed in recent news a very disturbing pattern. All over the world so called "enemy militants" have been breaking…
Guilt And Politics
To all intents and purposes life is a political process. The politics might not be of the usual kind. That is they…
World Politics Articles (250)
Osama Bin Laden's $50 million dollar reward
Osama Bin Laden's $50 million dollar reward Now that Osama Bin Laden has been killed, what is going to happen to the $50 million dollar reward. Well, maybe nothing will happen with it. Jay Carney, a white House spokesman, said that no one took the proper steps to be eligible…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   May 10, 2011  
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Q&A With Charles Hendry
In May 2010 Charles Hendry was appointed as Minister of State for the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and now presides over the biggest decisions that affect the renewable energy sector. Finn Langley talks to him about conflicting manifestos, coalition’s plans for renewable energy and his personal motivations.   …
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Sep 30, 2011  
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Whats In It For Me?
The economy of the US and many other area’s in the world is at a low. Often when strapped with hard times, its possible for some to reflect upon the finer things in life, things that money can’t buy: Having a family gathering, taking a trip to the river, fishing…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Aug 18, 2011  
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The Ticks Of Politics
Our political arena could benefit with a massive research into finding a way to control its recent influx of tics. Two namely tics are; poli-tics and luni-tics, they're destroying our government and its professional operation that we used to be accustomed to. Some might blame this awful epidemic of tics…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Aug 25, 2011  
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Trump the Chump - From Business Hero to Groupon Bust
Not sure if you all heard the latest news, but Groupon has just announced that they are not going to allow The Donald to post Apprentice site ads on Groupon after a slew of customer complaints, and for a better word, an uprising. Who blames them.... Well, not Jerry Seinfield.…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Dec 28, 2011  
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When Former Associates Attack: Not Just Palin Around Anymore
A former member of Sarah Palin’s staff and reportedly a close member of the inner circle is about to release a tell all book that has been called, by all accounts, controversial and scathing at best. That book, culled from a huge number of emails that were sent to and…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   May 24, 2011  
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Could 9/11 Be An Inside Job
I know that, just think of the World Trade Center disaster in 2001, gives us an uneasy feeling of insecurity and vulnerability. This was the first time they were attacked on our soil. But what if it is not terrorists, caused by attacks? There are many theories out there as…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Oct 06, 2011  
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Obama Bullying Speech- Obama Anti Bullying Campaign Helps Support Vitims Of Bullycide
Every so often, we hear on the news or know someone that is a victim of bullycide. Well, recently, President Obama did a bullying speech and now has created an anti bullying campaign in effort to help stop bullying. What is bullycide? Bullycide is basically someone who comits sucide in…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Mar 10, 2011  
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Mubarak And Others Facing Charges: Will Justice Prevail for Egypt?
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarek, his wife Suzanne and their two sons as well as a business associate are likely to be facing a variety of charges including corruption as well as murder in the deaths of over eight hundred protesters. The Prosecutor General will likely seek the charges of…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   May 24, 2011  
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Birthplace Controversy
Birth certificates give us important information and help us to prove without a doubt our lineage, our full names, place of birth, our birth date. They also prove our parents names and can also include the signature of a witness. President Barrack Hussein Obama's place of birth has come into…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   May 11, 2011  
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Osama Bin Laden Dead
Clarence Darrow once said, "I have never killed anyone, but I have read some obituary notices with great satisfaction." I am writing an obituary for Osama bin Laden. Osama bin Laden is dead and while I was not involved with his death, I have experienced remorse that he was not…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   May 07, 2011  
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Gop And the Wall Street Protests
Boston Globe AP Article October 16, 2011 An interesting article published in the newspaper above had me chuckling. Mr. Axelrod one of President Obama's advisors stated in an interview on ABC's "This Week," "The GOP doesn't understand the Wall Street's protests show that American wants a fair shake". They Understand…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Oct 16, 2011  
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Gaddafi’s Last Hope May Have Been Shot Down After Recent Summit
Libyan leader, Muammar Gaddafi, has been barely holding on to control of that nation for several months, despite wide spread calls for his removal. There had been some interludes toward Russia as the last hope for remaining in power. Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has decried the NATO missions over Tripoli…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   May 28, 2011  
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Polls Show: Trump’s A Chump, Should Not Stump
Should Donald Trump actually make a serious bid for the Republican Presidential nomination, or not? Trump will make his announcement sometime in June, however, according to the most recent poll numbers, he won’t be taken seriously, even among those in his own party. The CNN/Opinion Research poll showed that while…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   May 09, 2011  
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Marie Osmond, The Media, and Postpartum
Are media stories about postpartum making you nuts? Marie Osmond and her Brother Donny are back singing together and they are all over the media of late. It reminds me when, about 12 years ago, when Marie Osmond came out with a story of her postpartum plight, which was the…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Jun 01, 2011  
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The US Debt Crisis: Good News And Bad News
Well folks, the proverbial snowball is going to continue to keep rolling down the mountain. With the debt ceiling agreement deadline looming, it looks like the Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid along with Presient Barack Obama have finally caved, and have agreed, along with the Senate Republicans to raise the…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Aug 01, 2011  
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Entitlement Program
Entitlement Programs: At what point does the helping hand become an enabling hand? “If you give a man a fish, you will feed him for a day, if you teach a man how to fish you will feed him for a lifetime.” Working first hand in the legal field with…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Aug 17, 2011  
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Family Feuds
You’ve got Credit. A Visa, a MasterCard, that Home Equity Line of Credit you’ve had for years. Obama has credit too. His is called the debt ceiling. You’ve got a perfect credit score of 800, although you know it doesn’t deserve to be that high The USA has a triple…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Jul 27, 2011  
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Obama Debt Relief
The U.S. economy is still suffering in the recession. Job Losses are at an all time high in the last two years. Because of this, Americans are struggling more than ever. They are facing bankruptcy and foreclosure. As of now, the economy has still not fully recovered and we majorly…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   May 18, 2011  
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'civus Americanus Sum' On What Must Be Done to Protect Americans Abroad In Theage Of World Revolution, Terror, And Outrage Some Thoughts
Author's program note. Are you a citizen of the United States? Do you wish to travel, live, or work outside the geographical boundaries of the nation? Do you expect to do so in confidence that, at the conclusion of your sojourn, you will return in one piece, safe and sound,…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Jan 21, 2016  
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How Dumb is the Commander In Chief?
Is there no one in Obama’s Cabinet with the brains or the balls to tap him on the shoulder, or hit him on the head, and tell him that he ought not tell the enemy what his battle plans are? Whatever your position on Syria, you must admit that bombing…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Sep 02, 2013  
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Telling the Truth And Tolerating Each Other; A Resolution for 2012
Perhaps what follows might seem like a rather cynical approach to 2012, or indeed any year, month or day. However I assure you, it is not. This Sunday; January 1st 2012 marks the beginning of a New Year, and yet without our calendars it is merely another cycle of what…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Jan 01, 2012  
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Clemency From the Lion’s Jaws
Approaching a subject you do not understand is like approaching a lion sleeping in the grass, whilst approaching a subject as someone who does understand, or with someone who understands, is also like approaching a lion sleeping in the grass – but with a significantly higher chance of survival. Now…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Sep 21, 2011  
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Russia Ready for World War III Attack From the Crimea And the Kaliningrad Region
In preparation for World War I, Russia creates two places for future offensive operations of his army: in the south - in the Crimea and in the west - the Kaliningrad region - says well-known Russian historian, co-author of the famous book "Blow Russia", Assoc. Yuri Felsztyńska. - A world…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Jun 28, 2015  
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Good Versus Evil Versus Bull
Good versus Evil is no longer a valid question. It didn’t have to be cancelled-out, but when you give people an inch, they always take it all and ask for more. We have so many issues that need work, yet we keep our eyes on the Twitter-feed, or, if you’re…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Apr 17, 2012  
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Cest La Vie Politique; When A Right is A Wrong
It is never reasonable to expect a drunken man to think sober. Neither is it reasonable to expect a woman with broken legs to walk a mile. And yet we frequently work from the hypothesis that as long as someone has the right to do something, everything is fine. Asking…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Oct 15, 2011  
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Guilt And Politics
To all intents and purposes life is a political process. The politics might not be of the usual kind. That is they might not involve formal elections, ministers or parliaments. However even the dinner table tussles and morning routines of any family, individual or group, is an essentially political process.Decisions,…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Oct 29, 2011  
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The Iran Inaccuracy Of the Obama Presidency
By Amir Basiri U.S. President Barack Obama has come under fire, especially from Capitol Hill, for his misguided nuclear agreement with Iran, which has provided a temporary but critical lifeline to a very dangerous regime. Two ballistic missile launches; rockets fired at ships in the Strait of Hormuz; ten American…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Feb 28, 2016  
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President Obamas Approval Ratings Have Dropped Again
The title indicates a controversial outcome of personal rating experienced today, even by the senate in deed. Overall Congress rating too, badly dropped down. Because of bad ratings experienced against Congress, the thinking perceptions of Republicans, who supported Obama realizing that they have done faux pas by choosing him. The…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Jun 14, 2011  
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Results And Realizations: What Happened After World War One?
In World War One, the AEF (American Expeditionary Force) was sent to help France and Britain fight Germany. After more than four years of massive and fierce battle, the war finally ended but left its painful mark on the countries that fought it. During World War One, the AEF supported…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Apr 16, 2014  
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