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Politics Articles


20th January 2011

The Proofis in the Pudding

Author: Harry V. Wasylychyn The Political Authors/Directors have been offering different scripts to the American Voters citing it as what the people want. The scripts are always in two Acts. Act One is the best solution for all the voters’ ailm...

19th January 2011

La Cage Aux Foley

The Representative Foley "scandal" is really worthy of a whole book on hypocrisy. On the one hand, we have a poor misguided Republican man who had a romantic thing for young boys. He sent them suggestive e-mail. I agree, that's not great. On the other h...

19th January 2011

Recession's Over? Bah, Humbug

U.S. Government Can't Artificially Buoy Economy Forever by Michael D. Hume, M.S. Some time soon, we'll be hearing this year's holiday retail numbers. The story the liberal American media want to tell is one of triumph over economic challenges... th...

18th January 2011

Academics & activists protest Binayak Sen assurance

Delhi may be cold but the atmosphere at Jantar Mantar on Monday was anything but that. Over 200 people gathered there and held a heated protest shouting slogans against Dr Binayak Sen's conviction by the Raipur sessions court. Students from Jawaharlal ...

18th January 2011

Tax cuts for tiny business enterprise homeowners might be extended says President Obama

With all the holiday season coming, the Democrats and Republicans have determined to help keep the tax cuts from this and the previous administration. The next video recording was published because of the White Home these days wherever President Obama ...

17th January 2011

Congress - Coalition Of The Unwilling And Unable

Copyright (c) 2010 Scott F Paradis As the sanctimonious fervor raging around the tax rates extension subsides, and we breathe a collective sigh of relief as presumably more dollars will flow to our own pockets, we find our nation accelerating down a pa...

14th January 2011

McCain's New Tact

Yet the meat and potatoes of Saturday's event suggest 2008 will not be a matter of simply picking up where he left off in 2000. The pulse of the electorate cannot be measured by observing a single crowd on one morning in Keene, New Hampshire, but it is ...

12th January 2011

Hitchens and the Tea Party: Know Your Enemy

My only question in relation to Christopher Hitchens’ recent Vanity Fair article about the Tea Party is, what took so long? Why haven’t you turned your guns against this dangerous and absurd movement sooner (your lone article about Beck’s rally notwithsta...

11th January 2011

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The following article proves my theory that only the trailer park and Jed Clampett’s of the fringe elements of the GOP would support Sarah Palin in a bid for the 2012 presidential campaign. Sarah Palin, the former Alaska governor, is among the more nat...

11th January 2011

Obama and the Othello Trap: Not “Easily Jealous,” and never “Perplex’d in the Extreme”

I credit Ishmael Reed for saying in Sunday’s New York Times what no one else would say during the recent uproar over Obama’s refusal to “man up” or “fight back:” if the President were to do so his enemies would lurch at the opportunity to label him an ang...

08th January 2011

Proper Security and Serves the Minorities Right in Pakistan

Pakistanis are not spoken of as a minority in other lands – a US citizen of Pakistani origin is a US citizen, not a member of any minority – but in Pakistan it is different. A Christian here, or a Sikh or Hindu, is a minority citizen as per the constituti...

07th January 2011

Outrage and Ambivalence over the President’s Tax Deal

Is this Obama’s Bush Sr. moment? If true, is that even a good thing? In other words, is his tax deal a moment of courage or cowardice? Bold leadership or craven capitulation? I’ve tried to absorb many different perspectives, and the only clear ans...

07th January 2011

Manning Assange Bring Regime Change in Iran Foreign Minister Gone

With all of their thousands of nuclear weapons the six super powers the United States of America, Russia, China, Germany, France and Britain could not bring about regime change in Iran but American Private First Class Bradley Manning and WikiLeaks blogger...

05th January 2011

All the President's Regulators

"Just as no one wants to live in an area riddled with crime, nobody wants to live in a neighborhood where workers are paid sweatshop wages," Smith said when announcing the program in January 2009. "New York Wage Watch will increase labor law compliance ...

05th January 2011

Some Inside Facts Relating To The Economy And The Classes

The Internal Revenue Service gained by personal exertion $2.3 trillion in 2008. The top 1% of wage earners make payment for more than 40% of all of Americas taxes. Beneath the newfangled system, an estimated 51.6 million human beings (36% of all fil...