A Faulty Love; The Danger Of The Percentage Party
We often fail to make changes because of the inexperience we have of a different situation. We tend to prefer the devil…
Romney's Dog On Car (literally)
Chances are, you have been informed about Mitt Romney's 'dog on car' dog food brand one way or another.This piece of…
Obama Won - What Now?
So the results are in. President Obama has been given 4 more years. While half the nation celebrates and half the nation…
Motivation, Culture And Latvia In 2012
This brave new world.. huge alliances, powerful elites, strong enemies and cunning politics wait for us in 2012 year,…
Falling Into the Abyss; Putting Morality Back
Morality ought to be our first concern, but according to others including Abraham Maslow, our physical needs come first…
A Government Guarantee Not To Shutdown
With the Republican-controlled House of Representatives having an attitude of "don't do more for them than we have…
World Politics Articles (183)
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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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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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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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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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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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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Surprising Resignations; Sypmtoms Of Corruption, Courage, Wisdom Or Boredom?
Positions of public service are not like private arrangements. Responsibility for public welfare is prior to private welfare in public service, and therefore the resignation of public figures is public business. We have a right to know what is responsible for the resignation taking place.Prominent, public resignations have become a…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Nov 04, 2011  
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Tom Wolf For Governor
Wolf for When a man like Tom Wolf pledges 10 million of his own money to become Governor of Pennsylvania, we should vote for him. Tom Wolf made much of his wealth from his family owned business. WOLF ORGANIZATION, INC., has been in business since 1843. Tom worked his way…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Sep 22, 2014  
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Social Security Cuts
Today I read a report talking about an upcoming deal that President Obama is preparing to pitch to congress. The report doesn't have any details outside of stating the the proposal will cut our national deficit down by 4 trillion dollars over the next decade. There were of course two…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Jul 07, 2011  
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Why Tax Increase/s is Totally Not In the Best Interest Of the United States Of America
How to Protect the United States from Terrorism & All Violent Crimes, Reduce Prison Population, Create Jobs, Reduce the Budget Deficit Without the Need to Raise Taxes Part 1 There are two major problems in the United States of America and Western European countries. These two major problems that are…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Mar 25, 2012  
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Compassionately Of Course; Interpretation In Politics Etc
We choose the way we do because of the way we perceive the world in which we live; and the place we perceive ourselves to have in it. That perception is often crafted from the examples we witness and the way in which they were interpreted. Example and interpretation are…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Oct 05, 2011  
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Nick Clegg Wants to Attend the EU Summit In January 2012; Maybe Not
It has been a month since my last post on the EU treaty and break down in coalition as well as in the public opinion, whether David Cameron has made a right decision to veto the treaty and whether this has placed Britain into the semi-detached position with Europe. And…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Dec 26, 2011  
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Time to Take Our Society Back
   Rise up and let Nigerian governments know that you mean business about your freedom. Let every person rise up, Let every family rise up, let every village rise up and let the nation rise up and take her society back. Demand for your personal liberty: freedom of expression, freedom…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Sep 21, 2011  
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Is Ron Paul Too Radical?
I have heard over and over when Ron Paul's name comes up that he is too over the top to get elected, and I had to ask myself is Ron Paul too radical? So I went on a bit of a research trip and thought I would share my findings.…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Apr 14, 2012  
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Occupy Wall Street Demands, the Dunce’s Declaration of Independence
Two weeks ago, I never heard of The Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement. Like a developing rash, I ignored them for the first few days; but began to take notice when 700 of their number were arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge. I thought that perhaps a con man like William…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Oct 14, 2011  
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Broken Ferret - howling Hyena
The strange thing about being color blind with added maccular degeneration, is the way that one perceives the world as a whole. Because of this blurry type of eyesight you get to rely more and more on those inner, intuitive feelings--such as rage and outrage. For instance, I feel it…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Jun 17, 2013  
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Actions Before Choices: The Danger Of Too Much Choice
There is nothing wrong with fear. Despite it being associated with cowardice and weakness in the minds of those who value bravery and strength, fear is potentially one our greatest assets. Without it we would have almost certainly perished as a species. However, as with water, a drop of fear…
By:  in  Politics  >  World Politics   Oct 27, 2011  
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