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  • Politicians Seek Presidential Pardon For Heroes of Black History  By : Meta J. Mereday
    There are some discussions in Washington DC
  • Obama Vs. Cain: A Tale of Two Candidates (Hypothetically Speaking…Maybe??)  By : Meta J. Mereday
    Gone are the days when tea parties involved little girls playing "make believe" and camping out happened in the woods with flashlights

    In today's turbulent times Tea Parties are a movement and there are more protesters with bull horns who have occupied Wall Street than bullish trading
  • The Presidential Election - A Season of Fantasy, Falsehood and Fabrication  By : Scott F Paradis
    Every four years the presidential election cycle treats Americans to a spectacle of fantasy, falsehood and fabrication. This is an opportunity for supposedly rational and intelligent people to entertain the notion of Santa Claus - a mythically powerful person who fulfills dreams - coming to the rescue. This is not how life works.
  • It's Too Early to Pay Attention to Polls  By : Lee Eldridge
    I had written an article a few months ago advising that we shouldn't jump to conclusions too early during the presidential primaries The polls are likely to change often between now and the election
  • 2012 Presidential Candidates  By : Johnny Moon
    It's now November 2011 and there's less than a year to go before the 2012 presidential election A year is a lifetime in politics and certainly much could change between now and November 6th of 2012, so this is just a snapshot of how these 2012 presidential candidates look as of right now
  • 3 Dead in Oakland. Pelosi, Quan, Have You No Shame?  By : Dr Beeman
    I remember your news conference, Ms Pelosi, all dewey-eyed and bright, wherein you praised the Occupiers and said of them, "Bless them
  • Bumper Sticker Wars and the Mr. Bojangles of American Politics  By : Dr. Robert Beeman
    Democrat apologists seems to be favoring the "Poor Baby" approach -- "poor us, we Had It All in Obama and then magically he became
  • America's Strategic Mistake  By : Scott F Paradis
    America has made a strategic mistake. We have decided to commit our resources to the worst of all possible uses: entitlements for the masses and easy money for the elite. Yet somehow we expect that even after this gross misallocation of income, intellect, and energy drawn from the productive core, we will achieve full employment, a communal culture, and economic prosperity. This is a pipe dream.
  • The Power Of Democracy  By : Robert Nickel
    Central American may not be the first place people think about when planning a safe and fun vacation. The history of the area has been rife with political problems, military uprisings and dictatorships. There is, though, one country in the area that put all that to bed in the late 1940s and have since enjoyed a period of peace and stability unknown in the rest of Central America.
  • End the ObamaNation: Don't Let Communism Interpret Your Constitution  By : Mike Rmharrington
    In the context of an ObamaNation, it would seem that government is established for the purpose of redistributing the wealth, regulating personal choices and declaring the moral standards under which the nation will submit. But such an ObamaNation is merely a reflection of Communism, wherein the concept of individualism is overshadowed by the mechanisms that constitute Big Government.
  • History of Psychological Warfare: Asymmetric Warfare and Fourth Generation Warfare  By : James Scott
    Asymmetric warfare has become the 21st Century buzzword that ironically describes many of the 20th Century conflicts. It is best understood by comparing even older practices of aligning forces along battle fronts -- a somewhat symmetrical arrangement -- compared to conflict when uneven sides dispense with battle lines altogether. Wars by proxy . . .
  • Some Fantastic Ways To Use Political Elections Or Political Campaign Signs  By : Ben Hanania
    If you're campaigning for political office, name recognition is so very important to the success of your campaing. You'll attain the optimum outcome for the minimum cost by making use of yard signs.
  • Herman Cain's 9-9-9 Plan is a Pro Growth Message  By : A.P. Papoon
    The term "9-9-9" has been etched into the minds of American voters since Herman Cain touted his tax plan during a Republican Primary debate Why not
  • Tips To Get The Most Out Of Your Political Election Campaign Signs  By : Ben Hanania
    If you're campaigning for public office, it's imperative that you to apply your resources to best advantage. One of the best ways to accomplish this is with campaign yard signs
  • Why Herman Cain Should Be President  By : A.P. Papoon
    Where is the hope and change that President Barack Obama promised America during his Presidential Campaign in 2008 It is true that he inherited a flailing economy and two wars, but he was elected on a message that he could turn things around, bring Americans together, and steer our country back to prosperity
  • History of Psychological Warfare: Cold War Era USA vs. USSR  By : James Scott
    The Cuban Missile Crisis was really when the United States won the Cold War. A true battle of wills with the fate of the world at stake, the showdown over Soviet missiles based in Cuba brought the two great powers to the brink of war for 13 days in October 1962. In the end the U.S. won, the Soviets backed down -- and likely for one reason.
  • The Politics Of Uncommon Values  By : Scott F Paradis
    Americans will soon be casting votes, attempting to influence the course of government and in turn the course of the nation. The answer to America's challenges does not lie with politicians - solutions to what ails us rest with the people. Only by renewing our commitment to uncommon values will the United States survive and thrive. Let us, Americans, take responsibility for America's future. Uncommon commitment to uncommon values is what we need.
  • History of Psychological Warfare: Fukoko Kyohei and The Spanish Civil War  By : James Scott
    Japan's isolation gave it one great benefit over all other nations in the advance of civilization. It allowed Japan to study how other nations advanced, assimilate what worked for them, and avoid their mistakes. When it finally took advantage of what it had learned from careful observation, it seemingly overnight turned from an agrarian society to an industrial power.
  • Building A Political Election Garden Sign  By : Ben Hanania
    Political lawn signs are typically the most practical tool to build name recognition for those who happen to be vying for political office. Even so they need to be done right to truly be effective.
  • History of Psychological Warfare inTibet and China  By : James Scott
    "The Chinese Revolution was imported to and imposed upon an unwilling Tibet by means of structural violence and psychological warfare." (Norbu, 2001, p. 109) According to Norbu the ill-advised advance of Mao Zedong's Cultural Revolution into Tibet may have been more about cultural genocide than about nationalizing communism.
  • Criminal Recidivism, Recidivism Statistics, Prison Recidivism and an Overtaxed Population  By : James Scott
    Criminal recidivism, recidivism rtatistics, prison recidivism are failures of the political machine but fall on the backs of an overtaxed population and no one seems to care but the middle class.
  • Judge Lawrence O’Neil: Unsuitable To Sit As A Federal District Judge  By : Louise Jupe
    Judge Lawrence O’Neil sentenced the individuals, Marcus Major and Jordan Huff, to extreme sentencing of 745 years for Huff and 746years for Major. Judge O’Neil still felt that his 745 and 746 year sentences were FAIR?
  • Custom Made Fundraising Bands for Political Campaigns  By : Billie Jean Bateson
    Many political parties are looking for fundraisers that are a bit different from the usual sale of any product. On the other hand wristbands are great fundraisers and everyone is doing them; Read how.
  • YWSO’s Thought - Why Can’t Our Government Be As Great As Its People?  By : Paul Charles
    How many conversations have you had lately that start with a phrase like, “What’s going on in Washington?” Yeah, I can’t count that high either.
  • The End of the World is Nigh! Chapter 1  By : Charles E. Rexford
    We, the Human Robots
    By Charles E Rexford

    As an author, I find it necessary to reveal who I am and what I believe
  • The End of the World is Nigh! Chapter 3  By : Charles E. Rexford
    Chapter 3

    By Charles E Rexford

    Do I really believe the end of the world is near
  • Bring Illegals in by TRUCKLOADS  By : Dr. Robert Beeman
    Copyright 2011 All rights reserved

    We're all concerned about the situation on our southern border and the unfeeling, selfish border states strewing legal obstacles in the path of simple Mexican people yearning to breathe free
  • Perception Management: Crisis Management In Critical Situations  By : James Scott
    Perception management becomes particularly important in crisis situations. Public perception has been important in industries recovering from product tampering related deaths in the 1980s, or the e. coli outbreaks at Jack in the Box restaurants of the 1990s.
  • Democracy Leads To Chaos  By : Mark Anastasi
    Between 1999 and 2002, former Wall Street trader and investor Jim Rogers
    drove with his wife through 116 countries, covering 245,000 kilometers, in a
    custom-made Mercedes.
  • Terrorism Finance: Dennis M. Lormel Testified Before the House  By : Fran Gomez
    Recently on May 5, 2012 Dennis M. Lormel, President and CEO of DML Associates LLC, testified before the House Committee on Homeland Security, Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence, on the subject of "Terrorist Financing Since 9/11: Assessing an Evolving al Qaeda and State Sponsors of Terrorism."
  • Michael Jackson and the Death of Racism in America  By : Dr Beeman
    ©2011 all rights reserved

    To be a successful racist, you have to be able to identify your object of hatred Without Identifiability, no racism can exist
  • Sept. 11 10th Anniversary Should Unite Country  By : Meta J. Mereday
    Many preparations are underway to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the tragic events of Sept 11, 2001
  • Suicide is Painless Did Christ Gather His People Together to Make Them Better Targets?  By : Dr. Robert Beeman

    Muslims are killing Americans because Allah says it's ok What is there about this that you're not understanding
  • I Met a White Man Who Walked a Black Dog  By : Dr. Robert Beeman
    Forget the socialism; forget the arrogance Obama and the Liberal Left have blessed this country far beyond our puny means of repaying him
  • Drug Arrest Economics: Just Let the Tax Payers Flip the Bill  By : James Scott
    Policy analysts and legislators continue to weigh the cost of United States drug prohibition as the issue appears more regularly in public debate. In "Drugs and Drug Policy: What Everyone Needs to Know," Mark Kleiman, Jonathan Caulkins and Angela Hawken contend that incarcerating low-level illegal drug dealers costs society more than it is worth.
  • Recidivism Economics: The Taxpayer's Burden  By : James Scott
    So much for taxation with representation and hello economic chaos and do nothing municipal governments handing out no bid contracts at the altar of idiocracy.
  • How the Curse of the Internet Came to Be Written  By : Rob Schneider
    After having worked in the temporary employment industry since the early 80s, Saeed Sehizadeh set up his own temp agency in 1989 His timing was very good, because the shakeup in the S and L industry resulted in a big demand for temp workers in financial institutions
  • Transforming Schooling: Why We Must And What It Will Take  By : Chris Goldspink
    School does not work for too many of our young people and is also failing our wider societies. In this article we outline what we see, based on our research in the area, as key aspects of the problem and hint at what can be done about it. We argue the need for a transformational approach to changing what school is and how it works.
  • Should Blacks Vote For Obama Simply Because He's Black?  By : Todd A. Smith
    Say it ain't so Tom Joyner Do you really believe Blacks should vote for President Barack Obama in 2012, simply because he is Black
  • Are Fathers' Rights Advocates Part Of The Problem Or The Solution?  By : Shane Flait
    Under divorce and paternity suits, a judge orders one of two fit parents into a non custodial status, while the other takes on custodial status - i.e. living with the child. Fathers are overwhelmingly targeted to be non custodial parents for operationally one reason - they are men. So, what should fathers right advocates advocate about this?
  • Obama and Terrorism: America After Osama  By : Joshua C. Johnson
    In the last couple of weeks there has been a veritable never ending news cycle about the take down of Sept 11 mastermind, Osama bin Laden
  • The Healthcare Debate's Fundamental Flaw  By : Scott F Paradis
    Political struggles are always about the allocation of resources and the distribution of power. In our increasingly centralized political system all substantive debates revolve around advantaging some and disadvantaging others. The proper use of public funds for healthcare cannot be determined until the debate adequately addresses this question: Is healthcare about wellbeing or profit?
  • Medicare Reform and African Americans: Shoring Up Benefits to Protect the Uninsured  By : Meta J. Mereday
    With the ongoing debate and the decline in ratings for the healthcare package labeled "Obamacare," it is clear that everyone is concerned about the results in Medicare reform

    No group should be more concerned than African Americans and Hispanics
  • The Concept of Power - Artur Victoria Research  By : Samantha Frost
    The conditions of domination and subordination of power have always been a constant in the history of human relations and its forms of social organization.
  • Is the Biblical Role of Government to "Do Good" For Us?  By : Dr. Paul Dean
    It's fairly common among American Christians to see the role of government as doing good for the citizens of a nation We not only live in a time when much is provided by government at tax-payer expense, including housing, food stamps, welfare, ball parks, playgrounds, and tennis courts, to name a few, but we often impose the American experience onto the Scriptures rather than let the Scriptures guide our steps
  • Should We Legislate Christianity?  By : Dr. Paul Dean
    Why are there Bible-believing Christians on opposite sides when it comes to the issue of church and state Some believers want Christianity legislated by the government, others do not
  • The Shining City On A Hill: America?  By : Dr. Paul Dean
    Most American Christians believe that America has a special place in God's heart
    "God and Country" are inseparable in the minds of many to the point that to be a good Christian is to be a good American and vice versa
  • Preventing Government Intrusion Into Our Lives  By : Dr. Paul Dean
    South Carolina's Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) is becoming a bit intrusive In our neighborhood we have a pool and swim team
  • Life, Liberty – But No Pursuit of "Happy Meals"  By : Dr. Paul Dean
    Suppose you owned a restaurant Would you want the government telling you that you couldn't give something to your customers
  • Donald Trump Shows Ignorance of Birther Movement  By : Todd A. Smith
    "Grasping at straws," is how one Regal Magazine reader described the birther movement, which is determined to prove that President Barack Obama was actually born in Kenya and not Hawaii as his birth certificate proves

    Despite the fact that officials have verified President Obama's birth certificate, billionaire Donald Trump has reignited the birther movement by stating that the president needs to prove to him that he is a natural born United States citizen
  • President Barack Obama's Birth Certificate  By : John Bean
    Did you know that not only has President Barack Obama released his official birth certificate to the public but that he is the only sitting President in history to have made his birth certificate public

    I'm amazed by how many people do not know this fact
  • Who is Mike Huckabee?  By : James Randall Twist
    Mike Huckabee was the Governor of Arkansas from 1996 to 2007 and in 2008 he was a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination While Huckabee didn't win the GOP nomination in 2008, he did do far better than most predicted
  • 2012 Republican Presidential Candidates  By : Johnny Moon
    While President Barack Obama has only average approval ratings and the economy continues to struggle (usually a bad sign for an incumbent President) the odds of his reelection in 2012 seem quite high right now because of the incompetency of the leading Republican candidates for the GOP nomination

    What follows is a quick rundown of each of the most likely candidates and why they are most likely doomed to defeat (either in the Republican primary for not being "conservative" enough or in the general election for being far too right wing
  • Benito Juarez: An Important Life's Work  By : Robert Nickel
    A great deal of Mexico's liberal reforms in the 19th century - the separation of church and state, the proclamation of all citizens as equal in the eyes of the law and the establishment of a market-driven social system, among other things, would not have been possible without the leadership of Benito Juarez. Once an illiterate shepherd, this Zapotec native rose to become a lawyer and eventually ended up involved in some of the most important...
  • President Obama Should Do More For Middle East Democracy  By : Todd A. Smith
    After Sept 11 we were terrified of Muslim extremists in the Middle East
  • Truth Behind Blacks and Abortion  By : Todd A. Smith
    There are some controversies that are just unavoidable As much as people attempt to stay politically correct there is really no such thing
  • What is the Story on Terror in Somalia?  By : mrnashia
    The situation in Somalia has improved in the sense that there is opportunity for the government to retake some of its territory that was under the control of terrorists since they have withdrawn. The government must be able to take advantage of this opportunity immediately in order to survive.
  • Badches? Badches? We Doan' Need No Steenking Badches!  By : Dr. Robert Beeman
    Fortunately, President Obama's level of diplomatic skills and his understanding of international issues is on a par with the President of Mexico's, so his recent talks with President Calderon bore great fruit

    Both agree that arming our ICE agents who are called into Mexico by Mexican officials to help them in their drug investigations is a very bad idea:

    It would jeopardize those Mexican officials who are prosecuting their duties rigorously and fairly except for occasionally being on the take
  • Will al-Qaeda Ever Die?  By : mrnashia
    The US and the rest of the world community has launched an aggressive campaign against al-Qaeda. The war on terror. This campaign has been successful but costly. The cost is neccessary because it has to be done. There are symptoms that the organization is in decline and I believe that it will fade a
  • Are There US Special Forces in Syria?  By : mrnashia
    US Special Forces are reportedly operating in Syria and could be in several other Middle Eastern countries at this time. The US will neither confirm or deny this charge but when you look at US policy you will see that this could very well be true.
  • Differing Moslem Factions in Iraq  By : mrnashia
    The biggest hindrance that the new Iraqi government has is the fact thay the two major factions of Islam there are fueding and there is no sign of a letup. If they are to survive as a government it is crucial that they learn how to function and operate as a government united with the same intrests.
  • President Obama Sedition Over Defense Of Marriage Act  By : Delwyn Lounsbury
    President Obama Rules Defense Of Marriage Act Unconstitutional

    by Delwyn Lounsbury - THE DEFLATION GURU

    President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder announced on February 23, 2011 that the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) was unconstitutional They concluded "a more heightened standard of scrutiny" is needed for sexuality types of classifications
  • How will the Iranians Respond to US and World Sanctions?  By : mrnashia
    The US and many of the worlds nations have increased economic sanctions on the Iranians in an attempt to discourage their nuclear program. The Iranians are as defiant as ever and have vowed to continue their program.
  • Opportunities For An Ohio Lobbyist  By : Greg Newell
    An Ohio lobbyist might represent his/her state in a number of different ways. Depending on the issues that the lobbyist personally cares about, there may be various methods of advancing the cause. No matter what happens, of course, men and women ...
  • What About The Peace Talks in Afghanistan?  By : mrnashia
    The US, Afghanistan and the Taliban have begun secret peace talks. The US doesn't want to be too optismistic but I am because the fact that they were able to even come toghether to talk brings hope.
  • The 2012 Presidential Elections: Understanding the Stakes, Getting the Numbers  By : Meta J. Mereday
    While it seems only yesterday when the nation came together to watch President Barack Obama take the oath of office - and the historic step - as the nation's first African American president, 2012 presidential elections are right around the corner

    There are many things at stake with the 2012 elections, in addition to the presidential race, including 33 races in the United States Senate and elections for members in the United States House of Representatives
  • Government Relations And Your Company's Payroll  By : Greg Newell
    Are you finally willing to eliminate the high costs of manual payroll management? Have you finally decided that manual payroll practices are time-consuming, prone to errors and far too difficult to manage cost effectively? More importantly, have ...
  • Does President Obama mean Business with Iran?  By : mrnashia
    The United States and Israel can't afford to allow the Iranian regime to develop nuclear weapons. The problem with that is that the Iranians are determined to have them. President Obama has stated that the US will not allow the Iranians to develop these weapons.
  • Police Brutality Cases Must Cease  By : Todd A. Smith
    We were shocked when we saw the brutal images of Rodney King being beaten by LAPD officers We were even more shocked when those same officers were acquitted of any crimes in connection with that beating
  • An Open Letter to Minister Jason Kenney  By : Guidy Mamann
    Since you became Canada’s immigration minister in 2008 you have often promised to devise an immigration system that would prevent queue jumpers from abusing the integrity of our immigration system and the generosity of Canadians.
  • Iran is Capable of Conducting Strikes Worldwide  By : mrnashia
    The Iranian government has announced that it is capable of conducting worldwide strikes against the US if necessary. They claim that they have a plan in place to strike at various targets if the US strikes at the nuclear facilities that they are developing.
  • Is Iran in Cahoots with al Qaeda?  By : mrnashia
    Al Qaeda needs to strike at the United States to save face with the rest of the world in the wake of the death of Osama bin Laden. They have not been able to mount a serious attack on the US or its allies for quite a long period of time which I believe can be credited to superior US technology.
  • Crisis in Egypt Shows Beauty of American Politics  By : Todd A. Smith
    It is amazing how watching a crisis unfold can remind us of how fortunate we are Although burdened by our own problems, the crisis in Egypt should remind Americans how fortunate we are that we live in a country that respects our freedoms and our voices
  • Obamacare Will Raise Deficit Says New Study  By : Tracy McManamon
    A new study estimates that the health care law will add at least $340 billion to the nation’s deficit.
  • North Carolina's "Amendment One" Will Hurt Victims of Domestic Violence  By : Bob Bollinger
    Discusses how NC Amendment One will gut NC's domestic violence law known as "Chapter 50B," leaving unmarried victims with no court-ordered domestic violence protection.
  • New Democracies - A Study By Artur Victoria  By : Artur Victoria
    Political scientists have long argued that low levels of citizen support can pose serious problems for democratic systems because both the functioning and the maintenance of democratic politics are intimately linked with what and how citizens think about democratic governance

    This is not only the case for more mature democratic systems; it is equally true for systems undergoing democratic transitions
  • What Does A Washington Lobbyist Do?  By : Greg Newell
    What is a Washington lobbyist? In the United States, lobbying has grown from a small, selective niche of people to a popular career that can, for many different reasons, be socially and financially lucrative. In most cases, lobbying describes the ...
  • A Criminal Will Be Executed by Shooting  By : Lanbo Jiang
    Hunan chenzhou former deputy secretary of municipal party committee and municipal of discipline CengJinChun executed

    Hunan higher people's court respectively on the party secretary chenzhou LiDaLun bribery and huge property's unclear source case and former deputy secretary of municipal party committee, chenzhou city of discipline CengJinChun bribery and huge property's unclear source case publicly sentence: Rejected LiDaLun, CengJinChun appeal trial the defendant, maintain the changsha city intermediate people's court verdict
  • Defectors From North Korea Are Saying That The Situation is Hopeless  By : mrnashia
    There are many defectors from North Korea who now live in South Korea. The picture that they paint of life in the communist regime is not a nice one at all. The world hoped for change when the regime changed hands but now it seems that won't happen.
  • The Role Of The Ohio Lobbyist  By : Greg Newell
    Most industries will have people who will try to influence the decision of the politicians in Washington. These people are commonly known as lobbyists. The role of the lobbyist is to be the voice of anyone who has a vested interest in shaping ...
  • Can Military Atrocities Be Prevented?  By : mrnashia
    Atrocities occur in every war to varying degrees and depend on many factors. I believe that if we can control some of these factors we can reduce the number and severity of atrocities committed during warfare.
  • What Is Government Relations  By : Greg Newell
    Business leaders and government leaders always seem to be at odds with each other. Businesses want to run their operations without the government intruding. Governments want to have the authority to make sure businesses are run in a relatively ...
  • Political Consulting Is A Unique Profession  By : Greg Newell
    You can't get a college degree in political consulting. It's an occupation cobbled together from diverse fields and personality traits, and it's one of the few occupations where one typically starts as a volunteer. Many a consultant wound up in ...
  • Trusting Corporate America To Not Pull a “Lucy”  By : Mallory Bartolino
    President Obama, continuing to stump for messages put forth in the “State of the Union” address, is calling out corporate America for outsourcing jobs. In his recent Saturday morning address, Obama stated, “Government has a responsibility to make the U.S. the best place in the world to do business.
  • Killing The Monster Of Petrol Subsidy In Nigeria  By : Mohammed Abubakar
    If there is anything the recent House of Representatives public hearing on the petroleum products subsidy established firmly, it is the fact that abuses in the importation and payment of these products have been going on for several years.
  • Revisiting The Washington Lobbyist  By : Greg Newell
    In recent years, lobbyists have come under sharp criticism in the news media and by talk show pundits. Many perceive lobbyists to be manipulative tools of big business, who are in Washington to promote the causes of those big businesses at the ...
  • Tyrannists Control Society By Phony Rights That Destroy Real Rights  By : Shane Flait
    Those that would force their control over people by denying them their unalienable rights do so to force their view of how society should work. Tyrannies such as communism, Nazism, and now feminism peddle phony rights to seduce supporters. The society that tyrannist goverments setup is unnatural to the human ethos. Its denial of real rights always causes increased misery as well undermining most of the phony rights and benefits it promises.
  • Al Qaeda is Definitely Hurting But We Need To Be Careful  By : mrnashia
    Al Qaeda began the present war on terror with a spectacular sneak attack back in 2001. The United States then went on the offensive and developed technology which made it easier to track the terrorists and destroy them. The ranks of al Qaeda have been decimated by the US drone attacks.
  • US Judge Rules ObamaCare Unconstitutional  By : Delwyn Lounsbury

    A Florida federal judge, Justice Roger Vinson of the US
  • India Has Began A Military Buildup  By : mrnashia
    India is the latest in a line of countries to react to the Chinese military buildup by initiating a military buildup of their own. More nations to include the United States are beginning to show concern at the fact that the Chinese are adding more offensive weapons to their military arsenal.
  • Charm, Persuasion And Information Are Traits Of A Lobby Group  By : Greg Newell
    A lobby group is designed to influence the decisions of elected legislators and members of appointed bureaucracies.
  • Cyber Warfare is Being Waged On Our Industries  By : mrnashia
    Cyber warfare is a silent killer and is in full swing in the United States. It is being used both against us and by us. No one knows for sure how much damage has been done to our way of life by this activity.
  • Private Health Insurance or Socialized Medicine  By : Casey Trillbar
    Today in America, many people are divided on the issue of private health insurance verses socialized medicine. Tempers are raging and even households are being divided on the issue. Both systems have their benefits and disadvantages
  • Black Tea Party Adds Diversity to Politics  By : Todd A. Smith
    I never would have "thunk" it Once the Tea Party established itself in national politics after the historic election of President Barack Obama, many in the Black community, and probably rightfully so, dismissed the organization as racist and simply mad that the nation elected a Black president
  • Addressing the Healthcare Repeal Effort: Who is Speaking for the Voiceless?  By : Meta J. Mereday
    Now that the mid-term elections are over and time for campaign promises to become Congressional platforms, the battle lines are drawn regarding the fight over healthcare repeal for the package known as "Obamacare"

    Republicans, particularly those endorsed under the Tea Party banner, are working hard to make good on what seems to have become their singular promise directed towards healthcare repeal due to their premise of its exorbitant expense on already beleaguered taxpayers
  • Assassination Attempt Shows Need For Political Tolerance  By : Todd A. Smith
    In the hit song "Where is the Love," the Black Eyed Peas sing: "Whatever happened to the values of humanity, whatever happened to the fairness and equality, Instead of spreading love, we're spreading animosity, Lack of understanding, leading us away from unity"

    The recent assassination attempt of U
  • Tom DeLay Texas Ex-Congressman –The Stubborn #2  By : Robert Hurst
    Characteristics of the Second born
    Some of the traits of a second born are they desire to control their own space and they do not want to be told what to do, by anyone Usually a better athlete than the firstborn and they are very competitive
  • Politician Blogging - How And Why It Works  By : Gen Wright
    Starting your own blog is an adventure filled with numerous considerations. Before you set out to start your own blog, you need to take a good, hard look at yourself and determine wherein your passions lie. One particular topic area that is perhaps the most passionate of any is the realm of politician blogging. What makes a blog so effective is the sense of community that you can create. It is, without question, one of the most unique marketing tools that the world has to offer.
  • What Is Newt Gingrich's Tax Plan For America?  By : Gen Wright
    The tax issue will continue to draw onlookers as Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, and Mitt Romney head closer to deciding once and for all the rightful holder of the Republican Presidential Nomination for this November. Of the three tax plans, Newt Gingrich's is said to favor more investors than blue collar Americans. Whether that's true probably depends on whether you are fiscally conservative or liberal.
  • What Is Rick Santorum's Tax Plan For America?  By : Gen Wright
    The tax issue will continue to be a controversial one for millions of Americans, who are suffering through high unemployment, slow job growth, and perceived corporate elitism. As the 2012 Republican Presidential Candidates do battle over the next couple of months, a lot of rhetoric will be passed back and forth, along with the subsequent finger pointing and political positioning.

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