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  • How Do The Tax Plans Of Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, And Newt Gingrich Differ?  By : Gen Wright
    With President Barack Obama picking up some election year steam with some job growth and a slow but steady trudge toward recovery, the Republican candidates for the presidential nomination have found their jobs more challenging than ever before. Ultimately, a number of issues could seal the deal for one of the Republican candidates, but first, they will have to fight through each other.
  • Mitt Romney's Tax Plan  By : Gen Wright
    Taxation has long been a subject of controversy throughout the history of the United States, and even long before. It is no less the case with the upcoming U.S. Presidential Election. As the Republican Party does battle in an attempt for one candidate to earn the nomination and go head to head with President Barack Obama in November, the tax plans of all three candidates have taken center stage.
  • An Encounter With Occupy Wall Street Protestors in Asheville, NC  By : JD Durham WCT
    They maintain their power by dividing us up into Republicans and Democrats or whatever. But this isn't a football game. It's our lives!
  • It's Not Our Fault: The Circumstances of Tucson  By : Stan Goldberg
    Four years ago I began writing about health care issues What I thought was a topic that rational people could discuss, became something filled with personal invectives
  • What Romney Has Against Human Relations Education  By : Les Finley
    Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney has fired two salvos on sex education since July, attacking Democratic candidate Barack Obama for his support of age-appropriate, medically accurate
  • Obama, Elections 2012, Law Enforcement and You  By : JD Durham WCT
    Recently there was a US Supreme Court decision about the use of GPS tracking equipment by law enforcement. The Obama administration had argued that a warrant was not required to use global positioning system devices to monitor a vehicle on public streets.
  • Affirmative Action Policy, Diversity Practices: Can the Two Work Together?  By : Meta J. Mereday
    There has been a growing debate about affirmative action policies and diversity practices and whether the two benefit each other or stand in direct competition

    The basis of the discussion is focused on whether the highly touted diversity programs and practices that are headlined in annual reports, campaign slogans and college recruitment documents to signify that the presenting company, candidate or college is operating in a manner that is inclusive have become more of the norm than the hard fought and specifically designed affirmative action policy designed to correct historically discriminatory practices, particularly on college campuses and in government contracting
  • Your Vote May Change Election Results  By : carla smith
    Your Vote May Change Election Results
  • Rahul Gandhi - The Heir of Gandhi-Nehru Dynasty  By : Suhaina Mazhar
    You will find lots of speculations with regards to the life of Rahul Gandhi that nonetheless continues to be mysterious to several individuals. He is the son and grandson of the previous Indian Prime Ministers, Rajiv Gandhi and Indira Gandhi respectively. He's stated to be born having a silver spoon and is likewise anticipated to become the Prime M
  • Compromise -- The Scariest Word in the English Language  By : Mike Breen
    Ronald Reagan touched a nerve in patriotic Americans when he said the scariest words in the English language are, "Hello, I am from the government and I am here to help" This was a bold statement that was meant to support the idea of limited government as defined by the United States Constitution
  • Providing a Kick Start to the Economy  By : Lee Eldridge
    Our country is facing a number of problems right now Unemployment has continued to be high
  • Life History and Love Story of Sonia Gandhi  By : Suhaina Mazhar
    Sonia Gandhi, the Italian born Indian woman is at present the leader of the Indian National Congress. However, her early life and love affair with Rajiv Gandhi is least known to the common people. It's rather exciting to notice how Sonia born of a poor mason in a small village continued to become one among the strong ladies of the world. Obviously
  • The US Actions Which Caused Pakistani Casualties on Their Border  By : mrnashia
    US and Pakistani relations are at a low point partly because of a recent friendly fire incident where about two dozen Pakistani troops were killed. I believe that the US force had good reason to initiate firing on the Pakistani positions.
  • Enrique Pena Nieto Reaches The Pinnacle Of Political Success  By : Trevor Marlow
    Enrique Pe?a Nieto is the official presidential candidate of the Partido Revolucionario Institucional or PRI to the 2012 Mexican Presidential Elections. At 45, he is a young presidential candidate, but has experience of an older politician. Although politics is in his blood, so to speak, he has nevertheless studied, and on his own, acquired degrees in both law and business.
  • Are You Keeping Score?-- Terriorist 254 America 1  By : Mike Breen
    It seems to me that the credibility of the Justice Department is in serious jeopardy Promises have been made, incredible, unpredictable actions taken and to the chagrin of millions of American patriots, Eric Holder and his team have taken actions that defy logic
  • The Left's Education Mantra, Hide the History Books -- Keep the Public Stupid  By : Mike Breen
    Old sayings can be very powerful, such as, "Those who do not study history are doomed to repeat it" I believe this is a very true statement but not a totally true statement
  • Somali Pirates Have Responded To A US Raid  By : mrnashia
    The successful raid by US commandos on a pirate camp in Somalia has stirred the pirates into taking stricter measures to insure that other hostages can't be rescued also. The question is will they harm other hostages because of the raid.
  • The New President of North Korea Has Set The Tone of His Leadership  By : mrnashia
    The government of North Korea has recently gone through a transition with the death of President Kim. The world has waited to see if there would be a policy change but apparently the new President Kim will stick to the same repressive policies that his father espoused.
  • Finally! Black Farmers Settlement Appears Near  By : Meta J. Mereday
    While the final amounts may vary, it is clear that those rallying for the Black farmers' settlement to be, can almost rest assured that those long suffering laborers, many of whom have passed on, will finally receive the funds for a judgment they were awarded over a decade ago

    Regal Magazine reported earlier about the plight of the Black farmers' settlement, including Black and Native American farmers, who were part of a judgment in the Pigford case in 1997
  • President Obama Approval Rating Remains High in Black Community  By : C.J. Clemmons
    The words at the top of the screen on Obamacom could not be simpler, yet they carry an urgent message
  • Regain Control Of The Economy Then Usurp Education  By : Mike Breen
    There are two names that patriotic Americans should fear, they are Cloward and Piven In fact we should all have signs on our lawns and apartment doors that say Beware Cloward and Piven
  • Playing the Sanctions Game with Iran  By : mrnashia
    Something has to give in the world's dialouge with Iran because if there is no resolution soon war seems to be iminent. The Israeli's don't feel that they have the luxury of allowing Iran to have nuclear weaqpons because they will probably be used against them. The US feels the same way.
  • The Taliban and Al-Qaeda have Benefitted from a Lull in the US Drone Campaign  By : mrnashia
    The US dorne campaign in Pakistan was halted in the aftermatn of the friendly fire incident in Pakistan which resulted in the deaths of twenty four of their troops. Terrorist in the area have taken advantage of the lull in fighting and have been moving aound more and increasing their activities.
  • Salesmen Rule  By : Scott F Paradis
    Every few years we engage in grand political theater - a government sale. The electorate gets to entertain the salesmen. The ultimate power game is on. At the end of the fracas the people ceremoniously hand the reins of power over to the slickest, the most engaging, the most promising salesmen of the lot. In a democratic state the best salesmen rule. Just remember, hiring a salesmen it is not about the promise, it's about the product.
  • Question: How Smart is Obama? Answer: Scary Smart  By : Mike Breen
    Every time the Obama Regime does something that does not make sense to Americans who believe in the Constitution and our free-market economy I always hear the question raised with a sense of disbelief, "How can he do that, I thought he was smarter than that"

    Using traditional objective standards, it would be easy to reach the conclusion that Obama is very smart:

    • Harvard Law School graduate
    • Editor of the Harvard Law Review
    • Constitutional Law Professor at Harvard

    It would be difficult to argue that his resume does not scream "smart", maybe even brilliant
  • Don’t Forget the Debt, Mr. President  By : proconfidential1234
    The U.S. national debt broke above $15.0 trillion and is worsening. President said very little about the mounting national debt levels at his State of the Union address on Tuesday, but you cannot simply ignore the problem and pray it goes away.
  • Budget Issues Effecting Death Penalty Cases  By : Raylester
    California is known the world over as the land of high living, home to the rich and famous, glitz and glam and all things expensive.
  • The North Koreans have Punished Insincere Mourners  By : mrnashia
    North Korea continues to oppress and control its population by using draconian tactics, misinformation, and treachery. They asr alos having their citizens confined to labor camps in Korea and Russia.
  • Is Peace Finally a Reality in Afghanistan?  By : mrnashia
    The war in Afghanistan has been ongoing for more than a decade. There are rumors that peace talks are in the works which indicates to me that both sides are growing weary of the conflict. The situation is ripe for peace.
  • Would Iran Sentence Americans to Death?  By : mrnashia
    The Iranian government is holding a US citizen captive in a shallow attempt to use his life to gain leverage in its ongoing battle with the US to skirt international sanctions.
  • Mid-Term Elections and Nonprofits  By : Yancey Arts
    The mid-term elections have caused quite a shake-up for nonprofit art organizations as Republicans now have control of the House of Representatives and the Democrats still have the majority in the Senate The good news: there are some returning and new champions of the arts- Senator Barbara Mikulski (D-MD), Representative Todd Platts (R-PA), and Representative Louise Slaughter (D-NY), Representative Jerry Moran (R-KS) and Representative Mark Kirk (R-IL)
  • Christine O'Donnell, Witchcraft, And Education  By : Bruce Deitrick Price
    (Summary: the big question is why the public schools waste so much time on weird non-academic topics, most of them hostile to traditional beliefs The real witch in this story may be the Education Establishment
  • Public Schools Are Worse Than Most People Believe (And Have Been For Much Longer Than Most People Realize)  By : Bruce Deitrick Price
    In all the comments I see left on internet articles about education, two themes dominate:

    1) The first is, average Americans have no idea how bad the public schools are The Education Establishment has done a brilliant job at PR and misinformation
  • The World Is Waiting On The New North Korean President  By : mrnashia
    The world is waiting to see the actions of the new North Korean President. He has made a preliminary statement which seems to make it obvious that he won't depart from the hardline policies of his deceased father. This would insure continued oppression of the population of North Korea.
  • Will Putin Lose Control in Russia?  By : mrnashia
    Russian President to be Putin is not having an easy time taking back the reigns of power in his country. There have been massive demonstrations in Russia protesting the results of the last election. Riots in other countries have also started this way.
  • State-Imposed Feminism Needs To Vilify Fathers for Control of Family  By : Shane Flait
    'Domestic Violence' is the Orwellian phrase for justifying women-favored family court outcomes that ignore the rights of fathers while enslaving them to the mother and the state. So what does such a phrase engender to those 'in the know'?
  • A Political Dynamo: Cheri DiNovo  By : Anna Notton
    Every couple of years, we have seen both good and bad politicians enter public office Most would claim to be miracle workers who strive to enhance the quality of life of their voters
  • Radical Feminism Is the Result of Imposing 'State Feminism'  By : Shane Flait
    I often hear that radical feminists are perverting the laws in favor of women while undermining the rights of men and essential fairness in law. This reveals the misunderstanding that many men and women have about what both feminism and its state implementation means - and what freedom means. This article addresses these misunderstandings.
  • Adrian Fenty; How His Losing Campaign May Help Others  By : Meta J. Mereday
    Merriam-Webster's dictionary defines arrogance as "an attitude of superiority manifested in an overbearing manner or in presumptuous claims or assumptions" This is one of the terms that were used to describe why Adrian Fenty was not re-elected as mayor of the nation's capitol
  • Sheryl Lee Ralph, E. Faye Williams & Evelyn Gibson Lowery Urge Women to Get Out the Vote  By : Edrea Davis
    Atlanta, GA – A diverse group of women representing all walks of life, faiths, and ethnicities assembled recently at the Atlanta Civic Center for the "Women in Power Multicultural Forum," a spirited get-out-the-vote rally featuring a mixture of local, state, and national speakers that discussed women as "Game Changers" and urged the audience to visit, call, text, or email at least 100 women to tell them to vote early or on November 2
  • Iran is Treading on Dangerous Ground  By : mrnashia
    Iran is finding itself in a tough situation because of their refusal to stop pursuing nuclear technology. Their veiled threat at closing the Strait of Hormuz may be in reply to stricter economic sanctions that the United States is seeking to enforce.
  • Billboard Battle Continues in CA  By : Heather MacGibbon.
    Why has America’s skyline become the most recent place to attack abortion rights in the United State? Why is race this issue? Because it is more cost effective then TV or radio and because using race as an issue to upset and confuse seems to be the newest approach in the New Right’s culture war.
  • Politicians Run From Responsibility  By : Scott F Paradis
    The greatest contradiction in modern American political life is the contrast between those seeking elected office and the conduct of those having secured elected office. Presidential candidates would have you believe they are masters of the wind, they control the tides, they in fact wield the power of the right hand of God. For the price of a vote you will be fed, clothed, housed and cared for.
  • Drug Cartels Have Their Own Radio Network  By : mrnashia
    Drug cartels have developed a sophisticated communications system to use in plying their trade. Many of the members of the Zeta's drug cartel are prior military so they have knowledge on how to use and maintain the euipment.
  • Pfc Bradley Manning's Mental Competency is Questioned  By : mrnashia
    The mental competency of Pfc Bradley Manning was questioned before he was sent to serve in Iraq. The decision to send him there turned out to be a disaster. The US Military needs to adopt new guidelines for determining whether or not a troop is competent enough to send to a combat zone.
  • Website Legal Compliance - Congress Struggles With Protect IP And SOPA Legislation  By : Chip Cooper
    The U.S. Congress is now considering two proposed bills, which if enacted into law, would provide ground-breaking weapons for law enforcement and content owners to enforce intellectual property rights. If you're a content owner that provides content on the Internet, you have an important stake in the current legislative process.
  • We're All Crash Test Dummies  By : Jerald Brown
    I've long wondered why seemingly intelligent people can't figure out some basic things We stake out political positions as if we believe that a Democrat or a Republican can fix this mess we find ourselves in
  • The US is Tightening Sanctions on Iran  By : mrnashia
    The United States is taking proactive actions against the Iranians in order to prevent them from developing nuclear weapons. Action must be taken now because if they are allowed to do so it will certainly result in a world catastrophe.
  • The U.S. As the Lone Superpower and the Rise of China  By : J. Wesley Fox
    Since the fall of the Soviet Union Americans have had the luxury of living in a country with no foreign rival When we do look to see who could be a potential existential threat, the answer is almost always China
  • Congress Must Stop the Largest Tax Hike in History: Extend the Bush Tax Cuts  By : J. Wesley Fox
    In 2011 taxes are due to go up by a considerable amount on middle and high income earners, small businesses and investors Republicans have long argued that raising taxes during these hard economic times will slow the recovery
  • Thanks to Wall Street the Middle Class Needs a Bail Out  By : Skip Conover
    The American Middle Class is being crammed down by inaction in Washington and unregulated Wall Street. Banks are conspiring with real estate brokers and appraisers to reduce pricing in the housing market, thereby destroying a major component of the life's savings of many Americans—their home.
  • Why Not Save the Middle Class?  By : Skip Conover
    Wall Street investment banks were allowed to speculate without regulation over the past decade. They created a house of cards with risks at about 900:1. No wonder they were paying themselves $100 million bonuses. In Las Vegas, you can only get 35:1 odds on Roulette. When their house of cards collapsed the, life's savings of millions of Americans evaporated in a few months.
  • Finance: A Shattered Trust  By : Scott F Paradis
    The wizards of Wall Street undermine the promise of America: the opportunity to render service and to collect riches in proportion to the value of that service. The American system denies no one the right to succeed, but it does not promise something for nothing. The work of finance produces nothing. By getting without giving, financial titans conspire to overpower the inviolate law of economics and in so doing drive America to its knees.
  • The Obama Effect and Its Meaning to Young African American Males  By : JBlair Brown
    On Nov 4, 2008, Americans and much of the world was astounded as a man from Illinois approached the podium alongside his wife and daughters
  • What Are The Implications of The Death of Kim Jong ll  By : mrnashia
    North Korea is at a very critical point in its history. It's new president could change the entire political posture by making some positive moves. He is not an experienced leader so the stability of the country is also an issue.
  • Dealing With Gangs In Your City Or Town  By : Shaun Z. Stevens
    All parents wish the best for their children no matter what Still beyond the best efforts many kids fall prey to gangs and become active members
  • Made Dumb in the USA  By : Bruce Deitrick Price
    This country has a bizarre and unprecedented problem "The longer American children are in school, the worse they perform compared to their international peers," according to McKinsey and Company, management consultants
  • Obama Makes It Easier to Explain to People Why Public Schools Have Declined  By : Bruce Deitrick Price
    Two or three years ago, if I tried to tell people that the problems in the public schools should be blamed on the bosses at the top, that is, the Education Establishment, I didn't get too far

    People would object, what about the unconcerned parents
  • What Republicans Left Out of the Pledge: Education  By : Bruce Deitrick Price
    I read The Pledge to America with growing respect It's written clearly and directly
  • Social Contract Versus Socialism  By : Skip Conover
    We must ask ourselves an important question. What was it about President Obama's message of "Change" that resonated so deeply with the American people? The answer is quite simply that the "Social Contract" is broken in our country, and we want it fixed! Just one poignant call from "WeArethe99Percent" sums up the problem: "The Best and Brightest of my generation are bagging your groceries. I am the 99%!"
  • Presidential Candidates Focus On The Wrong Issue  By : Scott F Paradis
    The economy is a symptom of what might most accurately be termed a collective mental illness. The presidential candidates, reinforced by entrenched interests, those vested in the status quo (financial, political and media elite), persist in focusing on the wrong issue. The single cause of our national malaise, our collective mental illness, is concentration of power.
  • The Pakistanis Rebuke Afghanistan  By : mrnashia
    The Pakistanis have been implicit in so many schemes against the US and NATO that there in no way that they can talk themselves out of world suspicion.
  • Where Does Obama's Jobs Plan Fall Short?  By : Erik Blair
    This article discusses areas in which the Obama Administration's Jobs Plan falls short.
  • Is the Threat of Nuclear Terrorism Real?  By : mrnashia
    This threat is real and the Iranians and other terrorist groups won't hesitate to use them if they had them. The US has been dilligent to try and account for all nuclear materials but this is a tall order to fill.
  • What is the Role of the F-22 Fighter Plane?  By : mrnashia
    Some people think that the F-22 is too expensive to add to our military arsenal. I believe that the aircraft is too good to pass up. When it comes to national defense we need to do everything that we can in order to maintain the edge in technical superiority.
  • Ensuring Equal Opportunity Initiated State-Imposed Feminist Tyranny  By : Shane Flait
    When people think of feminism, most think of equal opportunity for women. It's simply an idea and, perhaps, a goal for some. But when feminists pushed to force equal opportunity on society they initiated a state tyranny that transforms society in their image and undermines equal opportunity and freedom. Here's why...
  • Get the Best Criminal Lawyer in Your Town  By : Gary Davies
    Criminal Are you looking for a reliable criminal lawyer to represent you or somebody you know law is a very specialized branch of law, and it concerns certain acts that cause harm to the general public
  • Remembering Forgotten Civil Rights Heroes  By : Todd A. Smith
    The history books that we read as schoolchildren would have had us to believe that icons like Dr Martin Luther King, Jr
  • What are the Causes and Effects of the US Air Strike in Pakistan?  By : mrnashia
    Circumstances of the recent US air strike which killed about 2 dozen Pakistani Army members are murky to say the least. There are several different scenarios about what could have happened and none of them are good for the Pakistanis.
  • It's Time to Turn Around America Before It Is a Total Police State  By : Skip Conover
    What I want to know is why all those Americans who keep shouting about the U.S. Constitution are not shouting about the loss of our rights of Assembly and Petition Government for Redress of Grievances.
  • The Best Politically-Religious System  By : Pavel CZ
    There are many political and religious systems that are supposed to be best, or at least their founders claim so
    The following social system can be called both political and religious, or, if you like, the both in one
  • Americans Must Remain Committed to Victory in Iraq and Afghanistan  By : J. Wesley Fox
    Since September 11th the United States has made significant progress in the War on Terror Counterterrorism efforts have led to the death or capture of hundreds of Al Qaida members
  • The Advantages Of A 'Green' Business  By : David Tatham
    Consumers are starting to shift towards green products and companies since they have been shown to be safer to use and they are making a contribution to the environment. 'Green' businesses are not only attracting more attention from potential customers but from possible investors, also, according to Dow Jones Sustainability Index.
  • Occupy Wall Street and the Storming of the Bastille  By : Skip Conover
    The "Social Contract" has been clearly understood since Jean-Jacques Rousseau first wrote about it in his 1762 Treatise. He explained that there are certain unwritten understandings by which everyone in a society operates. When these unwritten understandings become too onerous, people come into the streets in protest, as they now are in the Occupy Movements.
  • The Federal Government Is The Steward Of The Economy, Not Its Master: The Importance Of Economic Freedom  By : J. Wesley Fox
    The most recent economic numbers show the US
  • Political Parties in the United States: Part 2  By : J. Wesley Fox
    Parties are a fundamental defect of free governments but they do not at all times share the same character or the same instincts…when things go bad, there comes a rise of great parties –Alexis De Tocqueville

    Americans are well aware of the defects of political parties
  • Political Parties and Groups in the United States  By : J. Wesley Fox
    The United States has a unique two-party system, which can give power to one party or the other entirely In other countries, there are numerous parties often requiring them to share power in a "ruling coalition"
  • America's Choice: Poverty Or Prosperity?  By : Scott F Paradis
    We have driven ourselves here: millions unemployed, trillions of dollars in debt, political gridlock and moral paralysis. We chose the route, we finely tuned the vehicle, and we aggressively turned the wheel bringing America and the world to the brink. We chose poorly. All so that we can rid ourselves of a nagging sense of responsibility.
  • Resolving the Economic Crisis  By : Scott F Paradis
    The issue however, is not that the titans of greed - the masters of Wall Street, the financial elite, and their political puppets - are wreaking havoc. The storm troopers are not yet breaking down doors and confiscating wealth and power. We, the people, cede it freely. In our misguided search for comfort and conformity we give away our power. We are abandoning responsibility and in so doing are relinquishing power.
  • What's the Complain of the Occupy Demonstrators?  By : Skip Conover
    The reason the Occupy Movement is going viral is very simple: The "Social Contract" is severely broken.
  • Kenya is Fighting al-Shabab  By : mrnashia
    The operation that the Kenyan army is conducting against al-Shabab is critical in the sense that it is a test of the US plan to strengthen Arfican countries to ba able to fight al-Qaeda and kep it under control. The United States needs halp for a worldwide effort.
  • NATO Finally Criticizes Pakistan  By : mrnashia
    The US and NATO have finally began to tighten up on the Pakistanis for their inactivity when help was needed. I believe that if the Pakistanis would help out more the war on terror would be much farther along than it is.
  • From the "Irish Question" to "The Nigger Question"  By : spaku itanda
    The Negro question is one of the issues like Irish Question. If you want to know the history about The Negro question, you should know the history of the Irish question to Nigger Question.
  • Is it Time for the US to Shift its War Policy?  By : mrnashia
    The US has began to make changes to its policies regarding the Chinese military buildup and increased Chinese aggression in the Pacific. They claim that their buildup is defensive in nature while they continue to add offensive weapons.
  • What Kind of Nuclear Talks Can Russian and Iran Possibly Have?  By : mrnashia
    The Iranians claim that their talks with Russia are for the purpose of establishing another nuclear power plant. I don't believe that this is the actual nature of the talks because the Iranians are bent on using any nuclear power that they can develop to destroy the US and Israel.
  • Cain Denies Report of Sexual Harassment  By : Article Agent
    Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain's campaign denied allegations Sunday that he was accused of sexual harassment twice while he was the head of the National Restaurant Association within the 1990s.
  • The Big Lie in American Politics  By : Skip Conover
    The American Republican Party has taken "The Big Lie" as a political concept to new heights of mendacity. 10 Big Lies Republicans tell.
  • Will al-Qaeda Establish a Stronghold in Libya?  By : mrnashia
    The new government in Libya is in a unigue situation. They are in a position where they have to survive. In addition they need to form a new identity. The question is what type of government will they become?
  • Iran and Russia hold Nuclear Talks  By : mrnashia
    If you dissect the arguements of the Iranian President you will be able to see that they are nothing more than rhetoric aimed at disguising his real intentions of Islamic world domination. He believes in this so strongly that he willing to pursue it at all costs.
  • What does the Death of Anwar al-Awlaki Mean for al-Qaeda  By : mrnashia
    The US operation which took out Anwat al-Awlaki is just one part of a US campaign to take out the leadership of al-Qaeda. This operation has been very successful and I don't see any way that al-Qaeda will be able to survive much longer.
  • The Soldier of the Future  By : mrnashia
    The soldier of the future will be different from the soldier of twenty years age. He will have much more modern and efficient technology to use on the battlefield as well as the support of more sophisticated technology.
  • The President Executes What the Congress Legislates  By : Skip Conover
    Let us be clear! It is the job of Congress to pass legislation, not spout rhetoric about what the President, who oversees an entirely different branch of government, has done wrong. The Congress led by Mr. John Boehner has not done its job, while millions of Americans have been unemployed, have lost their life's savings and their homes to foreclosure, and some I know have even taken their own lives.
  • The Government’s New Agenda -Robbing Citizens of Their Way of Life  By : Richard Albright
    America's faced with many problems, but the financial crisis is growing bigger each day. America's housing market, its real estate slump, and the stalled job market all remain a problem, too. See where we are headed and what could be a possible painful solution.
  • How Big Is The Israeli Defence Force Navy?  By : James Marinero
    The Israeli Defence Force Navy (IDF Navy) - a brief history (including major embarrassments), with an overview of fleet size, and future ships, operational theatres and bases. How capable is the Israeli Navy? Who will step into the power vacuum that the popular revolutions are creating in the Middle East?
  • Phone Hacking Enquiry  By : Matthew McClifford
    Personal view of the phone hacking scandal in Great Britain.
  • Alexander Hamilton: American Hero  By : Skip Conover
    Like most heroes, Alexander Hamilton had his flaws, but few can deny that he is one hero that was on the leading edge of the American fight for freedom of the human spirit, and one of the chief architects of the success of the United States of America as an independent nation.
  • Night Raids in Afghanistan are a Necessary Evil  By : mrnashia
    The US and NATO use the tactic of conducting night raids in Afghanistan. These raids have the effect of crippling terror activities and are invaluable in this sense. They are annoying to innocent civilians which is a negative tradeoff.
  • Is it Possible to Seal off our Southern Border  By : mrnashia
    Our southern border with Mexico remains an issue. There has been no effective method found to control drug smuggling operations and it is obvious that our border patrol agents are undermanned. The US military could be a big help if they are used judiciously.
  • Army Physical Readiness Training  By : mrnashia
    Army physical training is closely choreographed to mimis conditions that a soldier may face in combat. Army physical training may vary from one assignment to the next depending on the expected physical requirements that the troop will have to face.
  • The World is Watching Chinese Military Growth  By : mrnashia
    The Chinese government has begun an unprecedented military buildup in recent years. They certainly have the right to do whatever they feel that they need to do but I believe that the buildup needs to be a cause for concern for the United States and the rest of the world.

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