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Reelect President Bush for the 2nd term: Evidence & Proofs
On Politics With Lisa Lerer: Post-Traumatic Election Disorder The New York Times
If it seems as if Democrats are choosing a candidate in 2020 based on the lessons of 2016, a new study suggests you may be right.
On Politics: Trump Blows Up Meeting With Democrats The New York Times
The president stormed out of an infrastructure meeting, declaring that he could not work with Democrats until they stopped investigating him.
Opinion | Who Is Playing Politics With the Port of Piraeus? The New York Times
ATHENS — Piraeus, the gritty port city that has provided Athens's naval and commercial power throughout its tumultuous history, is the theater of a new conflict, ...
The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Obama Is … Biden His Time The Atlantic
The real standout in the 2020 Democratic field is Barack Obama—and he has yet to give his powerful endorsement to anyone. Plus: What's up with the Freedom ...
As it turns out, Democrats can both investigate and legislate The Washington Post
President Trump has an obvious interest in curtailing congressional investigations into his administration, campaign, business, inaugural committee and ...
The Politics of Going to the Bathroom The Nation
Access to adequate restrooms is a fundamental necessity for everyone, but it's harder to come by the less structural power you have.
Illegal killings, political opposition hobble wolf recovery WRAL.com
Illegal killings and longstanding political resistance have undercut the return of two species of endangered wolves to the wild, frustrating government efforts that ...
Elizabeth Warren decries big money in politics. Her campaign treasurer embodies it. - Center for Public Integrity
Elizabeth Warren decries big money in politics. Her campaign treasurer embodies it. Center for Public Integrity
FAIRFAX, Va. — With a sizable American flag as her backdrop and supporters toting signs reading “The Best President Money Can't Buy,” Elizabeth Warren ...
Conrad Black’s unconventional path to a pardon boosted by one of Trump’s biggest on-air defenders - The Washington Post
Conrad Black’s unconventional path to a pardon boosted by one of Trump’s biggest on-air defenders The Washington Post
Before receiving a full pardon from President Trump on charges of fraud and obstruction of justice last week, former media mogul Conrad Black enlisted one of ...
Yes, abortion activists use religious language. But it's still about politics CNN
It's easy to imagine America's intense abortion debate dividing the country into two camps: conservative Christians who want to curtail abortion rights and ...
Trump Rant Replaces Infrastructure Meeting as Impeachment Talk Swallows All of Politics Reason
Plus: Snowflakes in House Freedom Caucus continue to melt down over Amash comments, Michael Avenatti charged for stealing from Stormy Daniels, and ...
Tammy Bruce: The left’s obsession with identity politics sinks to a sad, new low Fox News
During commencement season, young people across the country enjoy the ceremony marking the completion of their college career, attaining degrees reflecting ...
Governor's feud with party boss rocks New Jersey politics POLITICO
In a state where Democrats have a nearly one-million-voter advantage over Republicans, the dispute is all that matters for the political class.
Rep. Jackie Speier draws power from experience in her politics San Francisco Chronicle
WASHINGTON — For Rep. Jackie Speier, much of politics is personal. It's not necessarily by design. The San Mateo Democrat has often drawn on her own ...
The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Infrastructure Talks Hit a Pothole The Atlantic
President Trump stormed out of yet another meeting with Democratic leadership today. Plus: What does it mean that more and more Democrats are publicly ...
For India's Youth, These Elections Are About More Than Party Politics Fortune
With 600 million people under the age of 35 in India, to say the youth vote in world's biggest democratic election is crucial is an understatement. Yet, as the ...
In the era of Trump, Michigan's political map is changing. Here's how Detroit Free Press
Heading into the 2020 election, Michigan's politics are in a state of flux, leaving many questions about Trump's chances of retaking the state.
How the mores of Indonesia's biggest ethnic group shape its politics The Economist
NO ONE BEATS about the bush quite like the Javanese, an ethnic group from Indonesia's most populous island. Chronicling their mores in 1960 Clifford Geertz, ...
How Much Political Experience Does It Take to Be Elected President? The New York Times
Six 2020 Democrats want to leap from the House to the White House. Three candidates want to become the first mayor elected president. Two others have never ...
Somewhere between Dunkin' and Starbucks is a smart approach to corporate politics - Chicago Sun-Times
Somewhere between Dunkin' and Starbucks is a smart approach to corporate politics Chicago Sun-Times
The message to corporate America, entertainment media and even Hollywood isn't that social issues shouldn't matter — it's that politics shouldn't overtake the ...
Europe Is Ripe for a Return to Establishment Politics Foreign Policy
The collapse of the Austrian governing coalition over the weekend was a shock not only for Austria but also for Europe more broadly in the run-up to this week's ...
Libby Davies reflects on a life in politics CityNews Vancouver
Libby Davies has made her career of linking the formal world of politics with the often controversial needs of the few. From fighting for the rights of sex workers, ...
The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Annie, Are You Okay? The Atlantic
More subpoenas, this time for Annie Donaldson, chief of staff to former White House Counsel Don McGahn, and Hope Hicks. Plus: Elizabeth Warren has policies ...
Buttigieg: ‘It’s disgusting’ that Trump is reportedly considering pardoning soldiers convicted of war crimes - The Washington Post
Buttigieg: ‘It’s disgusting’ that Trump is reportedly considering pardoning soldiers convicted of war crimes The Washington Post
Democratic presidential aspirant Pete Buttigieg said Thursday that he thinks it is “disgusting” that President Trump is reportedly considering pardons for several ...
Politics Podcast: What We Can Learn From A Database Of Trump’s False Statements FiveThirtyEight
The folks at The Washington Post's Fact Checker recently hit a data-collection milestone. In late April, its count of false or misleading claims that President …
Small Town Government, Chicago-style Politics Better Government Association
Lyons' mayor, son of the former town boss who went to prison, is building clout in the western suburbs amid claims of cozy deals, including the purchase of his ...
On Politics: Secrecy Fight Between Trump and Congress Escalates The New York Times
A judge ruled that President Trump's accounting firm must turn over his financial records, and the president moved to block testimony by his former counsel.
Cometh the hour, cometh the man’s son A political dynast is favoured to be Japan’s next prime minister - The Economist
Cometh the hour, cometh the man’s son A political dynast is favoured to be Japan’s next prime minister The Economist
GLANCE AT THE members of the Diet and this much is clear: Japanese politics is a business for old men. The average age of a member of parliament hovers at ...
These four Wisconsin women broke through in politics. Here's what they want you to know about the path to power. - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
These four Wisconsin women broke through in politics. Here's what they want you to know about the path to power. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Four Wisconsin women who made political history tell their stories (clockwise from upper left): Margaret Farrow, Gwen Moore, Tammy Baldwin and Mary Burke.
Technology and politics Huawei has been cut off from American technology The Economist
AMERICA IS NO fan of Huawei. Its officials have spent months warning that the Chinese giant's smartphones and networking gear could be Trojan horses for ...
European Parliament election 2019: Is politics in Europe fragmenting? Euronews English
About 550 lists are competing across the European Union for seats in the next parliament, as disillusioned voters look for change despite being overwhelmingly ...
NJ Politics Digest: Sweeney Says Not So Fast on Decriminalizing Pot Observer
He wanted to legalize and tax recreational marijuana use, but Senate President Steve Sweeney isn't so keen on simply decriminalizing it. The Record reports ...
Trump's pardons appear prompted by TV, friends and politics CNN
Washington (CNN) President Donald Trump, as he considers pardoning military personnel accused of murder and other crimes, is following a pattern for ...
Trump Gives Farmers $16 Billion in Aid Amid Prolonged China Trade War The New York Times
The Trump administration announced an aid package for farmers on Thursday to mollify an important political constituency hurt by a trade clash with China.
In Germany's smallest state, traditional politics is in tatters The Guardian
The demise of the centre-left SPD in Bremen could herald bigger changes nationwide.
Balancing Principles and Politics in Austria National Review
Chancellor Sebastian Kurz's decision to break with the Freedom party might be a sign of good character, but it will come with political headaches.
How ‘The View’ Became the Most Important Political TV Show in America The New York Times
Not long ago, politicians didn't take the daytime talk show seriously. Now it's an essential campaign stop for Democrats and Republicans alike.
How the Rural-Urban Divide Became America’s Political Fault Line The New York Times
It's true across many industrialized democracies that rural areas lean conservative while cities tend to be more liberal, a pattern partly rooted in the history of ...
What “Game of Thrones” Could Have Taught Us About Electoral Politics The New Yorker
Amy Davidson Sorkin writes about the muddled politics of royal succession and the choice of Bran Stark as King of the Six Kingdoms of Westeros in the series ...
Buckeye Forum Politics podcast: Whats going on in Piketon? The Columbus Dispatch
Washington D.C. reporter Jessica Wehrman talks about how a community wrestles with what to do about reports that the region outside their middle school is ...
As Biden Rakes In Big Money, Will There Be a Political Cost? The New York Times
A couple of days before Joseph R. Biden Jr. announced his campaign for president, he spent 45 minutes on the phone with John Morgan, a major Florida ...
How to Hack Politics with Design . . . and How Not To The Bulwark
Hey everybody! Bill de Blasio is running for alderman! Or water commissioner. Or maybe the state legislature as an independent? I dunno. Have a look at this:.
Stacey Abrams proclaims 'we won' Georgia governor race: 'Identity politics is exactly who we are' - Washington Examiner
Stacey Abrams proclaims 'we won' Georgia governor race: 'Identity politics is exactly who we are' Washington Examiner
Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams told a crowd on Wednesday that "we won" the race, which resulted in Republican Brian Kemp ...
The Daily 202: Trump administration's spurning of Harriet Tubman opens a new front in the monument wars - The Washington Post
The Daily 202: Trump administration's spurning of Harriet Tubman opens a new front in the monument wars The Washington Post
With Joanie Greve and Mariana Alfaro. THE BIG IDEA: For better or worse, there is no more important monument in any country than its money. Everyone who ...
Did Anti-Abortion Activists Overreach in Alabama? The New York Times
In the On Politics newsletter: The president and some allies are distancing themselves from the Alabama abortion ban, worried that the law goes beyond what ...
Politics Podcast: Can Democrats Win The Senate In 2020? FiveThirtyEight
The 2020 Democratic field continues to grow, most recently with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's entry into the race. The team looks at his theory of the ca…
Why Are Milkshakes Being Thrown at Right-Wing Politicians Like Nigel Farage? The New York Times
LONDON — Until recently, an egg tended to be the object of choice for protesters hoping to splatter a politician's clothing with a sticky mess and cause ...
Collins slams 'political hack' Democrats over Trump investigations: American people not part of their agenda - Fox News
Collins slams 'political hack' Democrats over Trump investigations: American people not part of their agenda Fox News
House Democrats are not interested in putting forth an agenda to help the American people and are instead entirely focused on investigating President Trump, ...
Italian politics radio station on brink as M5S votes to pull funding The Guardian
The closure of an Italian politics radio station looks set to go ahead after members of the Five Star Movement party (M5S) voted against renewing its funding, ...
American politics doesn’t need a Christian supremacy. It needs solidarity. The Washington Post
In a country that spans a continent, in a party that produced Dwight D. Eisenhower and Ronald Reagan, there is still no serious political challenge to the ...
Proposal to punish political speech in classroom might make a comeback at Arizona Legislature - AZCentral
Proposal to punish political speech in classroom might make a comeback at Arizona Legislature AZCentral
State Rep. Kelly Townsend, R-Mesa, might be making one more last-ditch attempt to ban political speech from the classroom.
Big Business Is Big Politics Foreign Policy
In a recent piece in Foreign Policy titled “Big Business Isn't Big Politics,” an excerpt from the new book Big Business: A Love Letter to an American Anti-Hero, the ...
UK government may face court action after EU citizens denied vote The Guardian
The government is facing calls to launch an urgent investigation into the treatment of EU citizens in the European elections after many people reported being ...
Open Voices We need to break political tribalism to improve democracy The Economist
This is a by-invitation commentary as part of The Economist's Open Future initiative, which is designed to spur a global conversation across the ideological ...
FEC Says Nonprofit Can Provide Cybersecurity Services to Campaigns U.S. News & World Report
A new decision from the nation's top elections authority could help political campaigns protect themselves from hacking.
EU elections: Two parties try to inject hate into Danish politics EURACTIV
The heated debate over refugees, minorities and Islam has affected the upcoming elections in Denmark, writes Bashy Quraishy.
Column: The missing option in American politics | Columnists yoursun.com
In a country that spans a continent, in a party that produced Dwight Eisenhower and Ronald Reagan, there is still no serious political challenge to the ideological ...
State Supreme Court candidate says judiciary is on 'wrong track,' prioritizing politics over law - Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3
State Supreme Court candidate says judiciary is on 'wrong track,' prioritizing politics over law Channel3000.com - WISC-TV3
A former local and state prosecutor and executive director of the Wisconsin Office of Crime Victim Services announced she will run for election to the Wisconsin ...
The Side Effect of Identity Politics in the Democratic Primary National Review
Every candidate gets boiled down to those key signifiers and discussed as symbols, instead of being discussed as individuals.
Germany's long-awaited anti-missile program is about to face politics DefenseNews.com
COLOGNE, Germany, and ROME — The German government expects to receive a long-awaited industry offer for revamping the country's missile defenses next ...
On Politics: Images of Missiles Prompted Debate Over Iran Threat The New York Times
New intelligence on Iran that has alarmed the White House, but divided government officials and foreign allies, was compiled from photos of missiles on small ...
On Politics: The Biggest Stories of the Week The New York Times
From William Barr's charged hearing to the latest Democratic White House contender, it's been a busy week in American politics. Here are some of the biggest ...
Facebook Curbs Incentives to Sell Political Ads Ahead of 2020 Election The Wall Street Journal
Facebook said it stopped paying commissions to employees who sell political ads, as it overhauls how it engages with campaigns ahead of elections in 2020.
Reince Priebus: 2020 the 'biggest political battle in modern history' Fox News
President Trump's former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus says the 2020 election will be the "biggest political battle in modern history."
May's withdrawal bill turmoil, British Steel and European elections – Politics Weekly podcast - The Guardian
May's withdrawal bill turmoil, British Steel and European elections – Politics Weekly podcast The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland is joined in the studio by Pippa Crerar, Rob Davies, Henry Newman and Zoe Williams.
Why Social Media Are Ruining Political Discourse The Atlantic
The endless flow of *content* doesn't need to make sense to create engagement.
AOC endorses Queens candidate, testing her political influence on New Yorkers Fox News
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., has thrown her support behind District Attorney candidate Tiffany Caban who, like her, was perceived as an insurgent ...
Special counsel's team hesitant about Mueller testifying publicly, part of hold up securing testimony - CNN
Special counsel's team hesitant about Mueller testifying publicly, part of hold up securing testimony CNN
Special counsel Robert Mueller's team has expressed reluctance to him testifying publicly in front of the House Judiciary Committee, according to sources ...
On Politics: China Hits Back at Trump's Higher Tariffs The New York Times
The United States and China escalated their trade dispute after Beijing announced higher tariffs and the Trump administration prepared to tax all Chinese ...
A Political Economist on How China Sees Trump’s Trade War The New Yorker
Isaac Chotiner talks to Victor Shih about the biggest dangers to the Chinese economy, what the Communist Party thinks of President Trump, and whether China ...
Five aspects of Pentecostalism that shed light on Scott Morrison's politics The Conversation AU
Prime Minister Scott Morrison began his victory speech on Saturday with the words, “I have always believed in miracles”. This was no mere hyperbole. Morrison ...
Boris Johnson lied during EU referendum campaign, court told The Guardian
Boris Johnson lied and engaged in criminal conduct when he repeatedly claimed during the 2016 EU referendum that the UK sent £350m a week to Brussels, ...
Why Do We Let Political Parties Act Like Monopolies? The New York Times
When Senator Mike Enzi, Republican of Wyoming, announced his retirement this month after four terms in the Senate, he set off a wave of political speculation ...
Church's silent witness can cut through the rocks of politics, culture - Crux: Covering all things Catholic
Church's silent witness can cut through the rocks of politics, culture Crux: Covering all things Catholic
Sometimes, the Church's greatest impact on politics and culture isn't through public advocacy but the silent witness of its daily life.
Thai court blocks anti-junta politician from joining House Minneapolis Star Tribune
A Thai court on Thursday blocked the leader of a new anti-junta political party from taking his seat in Parliament while it determines whether he violated election ...
The 'personality politics' of Narendra Modi and Donald Trump BBC News
The BBC's Rajini Vaidyanathan on how the cult of personality unites the Indian PM and the US president.
Zelenksy's political entourage: jobs for pals and a military rethink Euronews English
It took almost one month for the former comedian and now new Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky to be sworn into power after his landslide win.
Boris Johnson’s bid for Tory leadership gathers momentum The Guardian
While some Conservatives openly back former foreign secretary, others say they may quit if he becomes PM. Rowena Mason Deputy political editor. Thu 23 May ...
Why Politics Should Be Kept Out of Miscarriages The New York Times
Georgia's much-discussed new law on abortion is one of the most restrictive in the nation. Abortion will be banned as early as six weeks into pregnancy ...
Political Parties Still Have Cybersecurity Hygiene Problems WIRED
Three years after the DNC hack, a new report finds that political parties around the world have ongoing security flaws that leave them vulnerable to attack.
Laughing matters The boundaries between politics and stand-up comedy are crumbling The Economist
OF ALL DONALD TRUMP's beefs with the “mainstream media”, it may be the least likely. Those po-faced purveyors of fake news, claims the president, do not ...
David Bossie's long and wild ride through Republican politics CNN
David Bossie, an anti-Clinton agitator who became the friend and ally of a President, now finds himself in hot water with Donald Trump over the spending and ...
Complaint: Argument over politics led to severe beating of Mauston woman WKOW
An argument over politics escalated to the point where a Mauston woman was severely beaten with a baseball bat, according to a criminal complaint filed in ...
Fresh out of office, former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel jumps from politics into media CNN
Former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel may no longer be serving in public office, but he'll still be in the public eye.
Who pays the cost of political corruption? As new Mayor Lori Lightfoot made clear, it's not the politicians. - Chicago Tribune
Who pays the cost of political corruption? As new Mayor Lori Lightfoot made clear, it's not the politicians. Chicago Tribune
There was that moment in her inauguration speech when Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot reduced politics to its base elements, the leveraging of public *service* for ...
Biden's been in politics longer than any US presidential nominee ever. Here's why that matters - CNN
Biden's been in politics longer than any US presidential nominee ever. Here's why that matters CNN
If Democrats pick Joe Biden as their next presidential nominee, he will set a new standard for political longevity. In the process, he will provoke complex ...
Trump's trade war puts Southern Republicans in an awkward spot CNN
In the halls of the Capitol these days, Republican lawmakers from Southern states aren't exactly eager to talk about the President's trade war with China.
Buttigieg calls out Democrats for playing 'identity politics' NBC News
In a Saturday night speech, Pete Buttigieg called out fellow Democrats for "playing identity politics" and pitting one group's grievances against another's.
Abortion bills push women's reproductive rights into political spotlight CNN
Eight months after the contentious hearings over Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, progressives fear that the most dire warnings of abortion rights groups ...
‘It’s entirely inappropriate’: Trump shot a political video on Air Force One The Washington Post
Seated behind a desk on Air Force One, the presidential seal over his left shoulder, President Trump shot a short video Thursday, blasting New York City Mayor ...
Broadcasters in legal bind over reporting on Tory crisis during election The Guardian
Strict broadcasting laws place restrictions on coverage of politics during voting periods.
India: The World’s Savviest Politician Muscles Forward GZERO Media
It was inevitable that Prime Minister Narendra Modi would make India's elections a referendum on Narendra Modi, and now that the vast majority of 600 million ...
Political Confessional: I Think Democrats Should Compromise On Abortion To Win Votes - FiveThirtyEight
Political Confessional: I Think Democrats Should Compromise On Abortion To Win Votes FiveThirtyEight
Welcome to Political Confessional, a column about the views that Americans are scared to share with their friends and neighbors. If you have a political belief …
Joe Biden Misses the Point, Political Anger Can Be Constructive Rolling Stone
Former Vice President Joe Biden kicked off his 2020 presidential campaign with a rally in Philadelphia on Saturday afternoon. Flanking the stage were screens ...
On Politics: Trade Deal With China Is in Jeopardy The New York Times
President Trump is facing pressure to show that the pain of his trade war will be worth it for the companies and consumers caught in the middle.
Firm tied to political donor to pay $110M in federal probe Star Tribune
A payment processor run by a prominent political donor will pay $110 million to settle U.S. charges the company knowingly processed transactions for ...
Julia Banks bows out of politics with parting shot at 'haters' The Guardian
The Liberal defector Julia Banks, who failed in her attempt to return to parliament as an independent on Saturday, has lashed her political “haters” while ...
Trump administration will hire Cuccinelli for senior DHS border role The Washington Post
The Trump administration will hire conservative firebrand and former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli II to coordinate immigration policy at the ...
White identity politics is about more than racism Vox.com
A political scientist on the rise of white identity politics in America.
Blackwell political dynasty falls in West Philly, but incumbents dominate other City Council district races - Philly.com
Blackwell political dynasty falls in West Philly, but incumbents dominate other City Council district races Philly.com
Jamie Gauthier, a political newcomer who built a grassroots campaign, upset long-time Councilwoman Jannie L. Blackwell Tuesday, ending a 45-year reign of ...
UAV Materials and Thoughts on New Technologies and Keeping Up With Our Opponents
Possible UAV materials are infinite: Foam, Composite, Balsa Wood, Plastic, Synthetic Balloon Material, Aluminum, Titanium, Spider Web Organic Material, etc. I propose some late breaking technology and newer materials, ceramic coatings and or UAVs built from photorefractive composites? Materials such as this:http://www.
Operation Iraqi Freedom, Soldiers and Their Psyche
Have you noticed that the when the service men who have been killed in action in this war, that the journalists go harass the families and girlfriends or wives of the fallen soldiers? During these interviews I could not help but notice that the infantry warriors killed had girlfriends or wives who were full figured ethnic woman or young ladies. The inner city kind with the tough attitude; Why is this? I have several ideas why.
Water at the Roots of Twenty First Centurys Conflicts
According to a postulate made by Ignacio Ramonet ecological resources are deemed to constitute the main cause of this new century. Water as a source of scourge concerns: oceans and seas on the one hand (that's over 71 of the globe surface) and access to potable water (underground reserve and rivers) on the other hand.
Was Pakistan a British Creation?
The furore in the BJP camp in India, triggered by L K Advani's recent remarks about Jinnah being a secular person and yet the founder of Pakistan, seems to have subsided. What is the real, historical truth? Recently unsealed British top-secret archives provide a stunningly different version of what really happened during the cataclysmic partition, in 1947, of India into three separate and distinct entities.
Ifs and VATs of Taxation in Macedonia - Should VAT be Applied in Macedonia?
To be justified, taxes should satisfy a few conditions:Above all, they should encourage economic activity by providing incentives to save and to invest. Savings - transformed into investments- enhance productivity and growth of the economy as a whole.
Jobs and the Flow of Fuel
We see today a fierce unspoken competition between trucks and trains. It is well known in those industries and with those who ship the products, components, parts, natural resources, produce and event he fuel itself.
How to Deal with Poverty
A SOLUTION FOR EMPLOYMENT PROBLEMS TO AID IN THE FIGHT AGAINST POVERTYI know that with globalization the future looks brighter and brighter for many people: But will many people also be left behind in this expanding economy? I know that with technology expanding as it is, many of the jobs that required more human effort are disappearing while other types of jobs that involve more technical expertise are being created. Now do the jobs created by this expanding technology compensate for the loss of jobs in the non-tech sector, considering also the expanding population around the world? Two problems arise.
Joseph Campbell - Permanent Human Values
At the start of the US involvement in WWII Joseph Campbell was put in the position of having to defend culture and truth rather than go along with the crazed nationalism and outright invasion of so many public institutions through all manner of propaganda. He ended up being accused of being a Nazi by many who should have known better.
The FBI recently before Congress stated that Eco-Terrorism was on the rise and it is probably the most significant current Domestic Threat. Unfortunately it is somewhat hard to profile these folks as most are misfits of society and somewhat socially inept.
Internet in Russia and Ukraine - Part 1. General Information and Statistics
User BaseThe non-US and non-English Web segments have been boosted by a growing trend towards PC penetration and cheaper Internet access in the last couple of years. The US share of the global population online, once above ninety percent, is now under a quarter, while the number of Internet users who do not speak English at all continues to grow.
Screening Trucks and Containers Coming Into Our Country
We presently have adequate sniffer devices in this country to help us screen the trucks and containers coming into this country at our checkpoints and ports. Now we should be conducting massive recording of odors of trucking shipments and containers for database evaluations to insure that we do not unnecessarily impede the flow of trade or delay parts needed to run our economic powerhouse.
California Power and Commodity Markets
Excess capacity occurs in many industries, such as power, electricity, water, oil, mainframe time, bandwidth, etc. When deregulation came to the California energy market we saw an interesting thing occur.
Bush Victory: A Defeat for the Have-Nots?
The shouting is over and directions for the next four years selected. Judging by past behavior (the best predictor, psychologically, of future behavior), we can look forward to:1.
The FIRST FAMILY of the United States
The Randolphs:Peyton Randolph was the first President of the United States and he is a nobleman. I know he is closely connected with the Hapsburgs who lived near the Randolphs and later the Duponts.
What depth of blind insanity has inflicted itself upon Israel's politicians, and such as George W. Bush and Condoleeza Rice?!!??So, in order to bring about disarray within the ranks of those opposing the Disengagement, a specially trained "Gestapo/KGB type" unit is to be deployed a week before the Withdrawal begins, to totally disarm the "settlers," and to drag protest leaders from their beds in the middle of the night.
Economic Illiteracy Can Be Very Costly!
I'VE ALWAYS ARGUED THAT ECONOMIC ILLITERACY IS VERY COSTLY.This is true with respect to credit card rates or broader economic principles in government policy.
Should the Government Compensate the Clients of TAT?
This, of course, is a political decision. There is no "right" thing to do.
The Republican Party became popular due to its view on the way conservative America thinks so the country goes republican.If the democrats say the things that mainstream America wants to hear everyone does a turn around and goes democratic.
Is George Bush Two-Faced?
Yes, Bush is two-faced. The two sides of the faces are total opposites.
Continuing Change in the Offshore World
The offshore financial centres have been forced in recent years to review almost every aspect of the ways in which they operate in response to the international anti- money laundering laws and initiatives by major economies such as the E.U.
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