Archive for November, 2009

Barack Obama’s Extraordinary Rise In Politics, "The Obamagic"

Thursday, November 26th, 2009

It is evident that in politics predictions are difficult. Even the best and brightest of political pundits with so many years of intellectual and practical experience behind them get it all wrong sometimes. In spite of the overwhelming difficulty in predicting political outcomes, certain outcomes defies comprehension. Barack Obama’s rise falls into this category. Barack […]

Office Politics Good or Bad?

Monday, November 23rd, 2009

It’s hard to imagine the office with out Office Politics. This social game is a in every office, and can be narrowed down from corporate to an individual element. There is no such thing with out life with out office politics. Even if participation is indirect or direct both factors produce a role. Some respond […]

The Role of a Watchdog in Texas Politics

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

While the slogan “Don’t Mess with Texas” is a product of the state’s Department of Transportation effort to clean up litter, the adage also applies to those who act as a watchdog over Texas politics. As also holds true in many other states, issues pertaining to the Texas government often fly under the radar and […]

Office – Presidential Politics Have Lots In Common

Monday, November 16th, 2009

Feb. 5 – known as the “Super Tuesday” for presidential primaries – is arriving with all the hoopla the political scene can muster. Candidates from both sides have been squaring off to persuade voters to mark the ballot in their favor. Each candidate believes his or hers is the only way to run our country. […]

The Essential Leadership Skill – Managing Office Politics

Friday, November 13th, 2009

One of the skills that successful leaders need to master is a bit of a dirty word these days. It’s not the sort of thing they offer leadership training courses on, but it lies at the heart of most business relationships. What I’m talking about is office politics. When we call someone ‘a political animal’, […]

What is true democracy and which country fullfill it?

Monday, November 9th, 2009

I think i ni this civilized world still much need of true democracy.countries which are developed and in power not doing their job nicely.”might is right”is motto of these countries., sincerity with people required much more……

Katsanova: Sex and Politics in Israel

Sunday, November 8th, 2009

When most men hit sixty, the libido begins to slow to a crawl and viagra suddenly becomes very appealing. Aches and pains make activities that were once a breeze, more of an uphill slog. Getting out of bed in itself can be a challenge. Even enjoying a fully functional washroom break. If we believe the […]

What You Need To Know About Aruba

Friday, November 6th, 2009

Aruba is an island along the Caribbean Sea, situated north of Paraguana Peninsula, Falcon State and Venezuela. It belongs to the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Unique among other lands in the Caribbean region, Aruba has a dry climate. This difference is actually welcomed by tourists, though, as they can always expect consistently warm and sunny […]

Ancient Greek, Roman Contrasts – Democracy With Alexander, Emperor With Julius

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

Ancient Roman history books tell us about the single minded ambition and powerful physical presence of Julius Caesar, the greatest of any Caesar. Julius took his Roman legions far beyond the boundaries of Rome and created the Roman Empire, with him as the first dictator, or single ruler. For this, of course, he was to […]

It’s Politics As Usual For Bernard Goldberg

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009

The amount of political banter in this nation is quite humorous at times, and yet, so much of the reality we use in comedy is muffled due to the politically correct nonsense. After all, in America there are still things you just cannot say, even though we are afforded “free speech” in our founding documents. […]

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