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The Cause & Effects of American Imperialism

The Cause & Effects of American Imperialism

Imperialism is the extension of the principles and values followed in one country into another country. American imperialism started in late 19th century, after which America began to influence the political and cultural aspects of other countries. The period from 1870 to 1916 is referred as the per......[Read More]
How Can WikiLeaks Occur in the First Place?

How Can WikiLeaks Occur in the First Place?

How can a private first class gain access to more than 250,000 sensitive intelligence documents? Learn how it might have happened.......[Read More]
The Licensing Fee Is Not a Legitimate Way of Funding the BBC

The Licensing Fee Is Not a Legitimate Way of Funding the BBC

Every year, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) profit approximately 3 billion pounds, 8 million pounds per day, with 75% of this coming from what is known as the Licence Fee (onebillionpageviews.org). It seems as if the BBC has gone from an elite class of British broadcasting to a multinatio......[Read More]
The Deficit and Grants - A Roadmap

The Deficit and Grants - A Roadmap

While it is clear that the federal budget will be cut in the coming year, the details of said cuts are unclear at this time. The article suggests that a potential roadmap already exists for cutting federal grants.......[Read More]
Definition of Rigid Constitution

Definition of Rigid Constitution

Constitutions outline the laws of the countries or states they govern. Rigid constitutions are not flexible, and significant majorities of governmental bodies or the populace are required to change them.......[Read More]
'Chase Away the Government' -Viktor Orban's Speech At The Fidesz Rally

'Chase Away the Government' -Viktor Orban's Speech At The Fidesz Rally

Viktor Orbn's radical speech at the Fidesz rally on the 15th of March. ......[Read More]
How to Develop a Solid Campaign Message

How to Develop a Solid Campaign Message

Learn how to build a strong campaign message for a political campaign for public office. This article will give you the tools and strategy to lay out your political campaign platform. Learn how to keep your message short and straight to the point in order to imbed your candidate's name in the m......[Read More]
Grassroots and the Elections

Grassroots and the Elections

Believe it or not, there's an election around the corner.No, I'm not talking about the Presidential campaign.I'm talking about November 6th, 2007 when communities all across the country will be deciding on local ballot measures, county commissioners, city councilors and the like.......[Read More]
Commonly Used Measuring Instruments

Commonly Used Measuring Instruments

Matter can be found in the form of a solid, liquid or a gas, and every form can be measured. Measurements can be taken for size, weight and length, as well as temperature, density and pressure. Non-matter, such as time and distance, also can be measured. The available types of measuring instruments ......[Read More]
Protecting Affordable Housing Funding

Protecting Affordable Housing Funding

Nearly every state in America is facing a budget shortfall this year. Governors and state legislators are proposing budgets that reduce spending for programs that are needed and often popular. They argue that, given current fiscal problems, there is no alternative but to make these difficult choices......[Read More]
Keys of Conflict Theory

Keys of Conflict Theory

Conflict theory is a social theory seeking to explain why certain groups stay in power, and why there is conflict within societies and social groups. Karl Marx introduced the theory and it was later adopted by other theorists who did not accept that everyone within a society has their place or that ......[Read More]
Mayoral Duties: Why Your City Mayor Has An Important Job

Mayoral Duties: Why Your City Mayor Has An Important Job

Although you might not really realize it if your city is actually run efficiently, the duties of your local mayor are quite vital to the well-being of you and your neighbors. Although local government usually doesn't affect the lives of its residents much, the fact of the matter is that your el......[Read More]
Change - Here and Now, One of the Best Example in Present Days

Change - Here and Now, One of the Best Example in Present Days

The clouds have gone. "Change" has been massively elected above experience and a continuation of the current policy. The high-turnout indicates this too; people voted more than average. And as the economical situation deterred over the last weeks or month, change became more and more the i......[Read More]
Time For Congress to Grow Up

Time For Congress to Grow Up

In this halcyon era of change and new beginnings, it is time for the United States Congress to start acting its age. Anyone who is unaware of the economic disaster we are facing should not be allowed to serve. There is plenty of shame and blame to make every congressman and senator want to hide thei......[Read More]
Las Vegas Still Angry at Obama for Job Losses, He's in Office Because Half of Nevada Voted for Him

Las Vegas Still Angry at Obama for Job Losses, He's in Office Because Half of Nevada Voted for Him

The other day, I was talking to an individual from Las Vegas, and somehow we got on the subject of politics. Yes, I know you're not surprise considering how many words I've expended on the topic, but nevertheless, they admitted to me that they voted for President Obama. This surprises me, ......[Read More]
Was Your Vote Tamper Evident?

Was Your Vote Tamper Evident?

Did you vote in the 2008 election? If so, how safe do you think your vote was? That was the question posed of a recent ABC news segment titled "How Safe Is Your Vote?" While Barack Obama beat out John McCain in the presidential race by a pretty resounding margin, other contests across the ......[Read More]
I Vote for the Best Looking Candidate

I Vote for the Best Looking Candidate

My Evaluation of a Political Candidate might surprise you. I usually vote for the candidate with the best looks. Am I wrong for doing this?......[Read More]
Undisguised Racism in a Hungarian Weekly

Undisguised Racism in a Hungarian Weekly

An outright racist article appeared in a Hungarian weekly called 'Demokrata'.......[Read More]
The Strong Characteristics of Athens Civilization

The Strong Characteristics of Athens Civilization

The Athens in ancient Greece are described as the cradle of Western civilization because so much knowledge in different fields was conceived there. According to the article published on the Societas via Romana website, the Athenians believed firmly in the pursuit of excellence and glory regardless o......[Read More]
Ethics in the Communist Party

Ethics in the Communist Party

Ethics, as a moral philosophy of right or wrong, played no part in the creation of the Communist Party. In fact, Regius Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Aberdeen, John Laird, argues in his essay "The Ethics of Communism" that the doctrine of a true Marxist is the denial of ethics. ......[Read More]