Politics Information


Politics Information

Garbage in Garbage out; California Blackouts


Why did the California energy crisis happen? Who is to blame? How come deregulation was a financial disaster? Some of the data in the research did not predict what would happen, probably because research people are not; go for it, make it happen entrepreneurs. So their report was just 1000s of pages of incessant data about nothing and basically BS.

Mexican Living: A Disabled Man Speaks for Terri


I am an incurably ill American male forced to leave America to afford the medical care I needed. I live in Mexico.

The Truth About Power and Absolute Zero


Societies have always had a problem of what to do with their young males with high testosterone. In many countries it is important for them to kill off many of them.

National Security; College Campuses


I have witnessed a new era of security in the US. It is by far more prevalent than ever before.

How Can We Elect Good Leaders?


Absolute power corrupts absolutely. Men desire power.

Fear, Controversy and Chaos in the Media


Most modern day media stories containing fear, controversy and chaos is really all contrived Bull, but it is interesting how well it works to control the masses and motivate people to do things. Those in power like to use fear, as it helps me solve problems and helps them maintain their positions.

Double Standards for Regulators?


Elliot Spitzer, recently said he wanted to drive a stake through the heart of a founding member of the NY Stock Exchange. Since when is it okay for someone who is an Attorneys General to act out like this? We are seeing more and more abuse of power.

Failure to Supervise at the Federal Trade Commission


Many MLM sales people mean well but they inadvertently commit fraud and violate rules and laws in their presentations. This is unfortunate and is an issue too big for the Federal Trade Commission to handle, like SPAM or Identity Theft; the FTC is impotent.

Federal Trade Commission Will Not Monitor MLM Companies


Having been to every city in the country over the population of 10,000 in the last four years I have been noticing a trend. I have seen Multi-Level Marketing folks hard selling their business opportunities in public presentations.

Biz Op Marketing and the Federal Trade Commission


Many had made mention of the problems of business opportunities in letters to the Federal Trade Commission in the public hearings in 1995, 1997 and 1999. They cited issues with advertising and earnings claims from Biz Op sales people.

FTC Hurts Franchising Consumers


Last Summer the Federal Trade Commission came out with a report citing all the changes that might be considered in a future rule making for the franchise rule. It addressed comments made back in 1995 and 1999.

The US Government; Under Sarbaines Oxley


Sarbaines Oxley was probably the easiest way to destroy free enterprise and it could be the quickest way to losing our government. If Agencies were forced into the same standards as the business community then they would be forced to close their doors.

Accounting Nightmare at the FTC


Most government agencies cannot pass an audit of their expenses. I can vouch for that and have been a long-time advocate; that the government follow the same rules they force on business.

Tax Dollars and Transparency of Government Agencies


As we watch fewer Americans voting it is no wonder why, they have lost faith in their government. Why can't we as citizens who own our government demand equal and/or reasonable compliance with our tax dollars? Why can't we demand the same from government as they enforce on our corporations? Why can't government clean it's act up and stop flushing our monies down the toilets? No wonder so many government workers wanted to install two more Johns in the white house during our last election; they obviously believe no one is watching and need more toilets to flush our money down in DC? Can you imagine for one minute the Government trying to comply with Sarbaines Oxley? They would crumble, stagnate and become even more ineffective than they already are.

Where have all the Heroes gone


America is filled with standouts and perserverance; our nation has a rich heritage of strength and honor. We have so many heroes in our short 200 years of history it is hard to keep them all straight.

More Articles from Politics Information:
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31 | 32 | 33 | 34 | 35 | 36 | 37 | 38 | 39 | 40 | 41



MORE RESOURCES:
This RSS feed URL is deprecated, please update. New URLs can be found in the footers at https://news.google.com/news


New York Times

How Politics and Bad Decisions Starved New York's Subways
New York Times
It was the result of a series of decisions by both Republican and Democratic politicians — governors from George E. Pataki to Mr. Cuomo and mayors from Rudolph W. Giuliani to Bill de Blasio. Each of them cut the subway's budget or co-opted it for ...

and more »


Roundup Of The Week: Taxes, Sexual Harassment And Russia In The Politics Podcast
NPR
It was an unusually busy week on Capitol Hill. The House passed the tax bill, largely along party lines. Now it's on to the Senate, where Republicans are tacking on a rollback of the Obamacare individual mandate. Attorney General Jeff Sessions ...

and more »


Fox News

Dear Taylor Swift, thanks for NOT telling me about your politics
Fox News
“Whether she likes it or not, Taylor's politics (or her perceived political apathy) are a part of her reputation, and a song addressing or at least acknowledging that (even if the song did not address her personal politics) would have been impactful ...

and more »


PBS NewsHour

Shields and Brooks on sexual misconduct in politics, Republican tax goals
PBS NewsHour
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the week's news, including allegations of sexual misconduct against and very different responses by Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore ...

and more »


USA TODAY

Trump's in the White House, turkey's on the table: What to do if you DON'T want to talk politics
USA TODAY
Whatever your opinion of the president, it's hard to deny that his first year in office has cranked Americans' political passions (and political fatigue) up to 11. So, with emotions running high and politics pervading everything from football to your ...

and more »


USA TODAY

'Purity test' will chase good people from politics, Ohio Supreme Court justice says
USA TODAY
COLUMBUS, Ohio — An Ohio Supreme Court justice who's also running for governor believes that a "purity test" is being imposed on all political candidates — and that's the wrong road to go down. That's why Justice Bill O'Neill, 70, on Friday posted ...
Ohio governor candidate boasts of sexual history with 'approximately 50 very attractive females'Washington Post
Ohio gubernatorial candidate claims he was 'intimate' with '50 very attractive females'NBCNews.com

all 140 news articles »


The Hill

Social conservatives won't change culture without politics
The Hill
There's a popular idea circulating among social conservatives: “Politics is downstream of culture.” Politics, many will argue, is ultimately far less important than the battle for culture. This premise is widely agreed upon by some of the smartest ...



Pensacola News Journal

Gaetz: Power politics and unwanted sex
Pensacola News Journal
Latvala is a master of smashmouth politics. If you're running against one of Jack's avatars, expect a free colonoscopy with every day's mail piece. If you oppose his ambitions, expect your old divorce papers or any false rumor ever told about you to be ...

and more »


One in three US adults to avoid talking politics over holiday season: Reuters/Ipsos poll
Reuters
Nearly one-third of all adults will actively avoid political conversations when they see friends and family over the Thanksgiving and December holidays, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Friday. About half said they do not expect to ...

and more »


Fast Company

It's Time To Purge The Pervs From Politics—And Let Women Step In
Fast Company
Every day, more prominent men in politics, entertainment, media, and tech are revealed to have sexually harassed or assaulted women. Perhaps–just perhaps–the political power structure is due for a change. America is not experiencing an epidemic of ...

and more »

Google News

home | site map
© 2007