Archive for January, 2010

Nigerian Politics and Lies (Part 1)

Saturday, January 30th, 2010

Politics is a way of formulating policies and making decisions that would affect the country and its citizenry positively. It is the essence of forming government and electing people to represent their constituencies so nobody would be left behind in the scheme of things. The Nigerian politics seems to be different from all other countries’ […]

What are some good social political songs that I can analyze to write a 6 page essay?

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

I was thinking of face down by red jumpsuit apparatus, but i don’t know how domestic abuse is political. some examples my teacher gave us were songs from the 70’s… how people wanted peace but how the government was determine to stay in the war.About the Author: Read more about this and other topics related […]

Politics and EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques)

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

I fool people all the time into believing I’m a political junkie. But I’m not doing it on purpose, it’s really my neighbor’s fault. You see my neighbor parks right in front of my house. On the back of their jade-green Ford is not one, not two, but three political bumper stickers. So whenever I […]

Students and Politics – The Indian Scenario

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

The student community, being young and energetic, are a bundle of inflammable material, which at the touch of a spark ignites into a large uncontrollable fire like forest fire. They, being young have no patience, are lively and malleable. In India, the trend of students actively participating in politics began in the early 20th century, […]

Do I have to change my voter registration to vote for another Political Party for the Primary Election?

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

I’m a listed as a Democrat but I want to vote for a Republican in this Febuary 2008 Primary Election,I live in California.Do I have to change my political party status?I want to vote for Ron Paul for President.Any Advice out there?Read more about this and other topics related to coffee favors

Solon and His Influence on Later Ancient Athenian Democracy

Saturday, January 16th, 2010

Solon was an Athenian poet and lawgiver who is credited with bringing a certain amount of stability to Athens during the late 7th century BC (c.630-600BC). Athens during the later years of the 7th century BC suffered much instability. Kylon was a great Athenian Olympic victor who believed he had the potential to become the […]

Teaching Children About India

Thursday, January 14th, 2010

India is a great country in terms of culture and values. Children from all over the world will learn to be better human beings by learning about this country. The Republic of India is a South Asian country. It is the seventh largest and second most populous country in the world. It is also the […]

Dirty Politics

Thursday, January 14th, 2010

John McCain has consistently shown he is not above hitting below the belt or misrepresenting perceptions to his own advantage. This perception is easily recognized by many of the people of this country. Those who think like Mr. McCain may show support, but many who do not, will not show support or easily accept his […]

Fun Facts About Taiwan

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010

DID YOU KNOW THAT… Taiwan won the 1996 Little League World Series in the U.S city of Williamsport. Baseball is the national sport in Taiwan. DID YOU KNOW THAT… Like France, Italy and the United States, Taiwan is very famous for its films in the world. The prizes attained include the Golden Lion awarded by […]

Politics at the Office is Recipe for Disaster

Monday, January 11th, 2010

The good news is that by mid November, who is or isn’t the best candidate will be a moot point. But in the meantime, there are political-discussion booby traps wherever you go. And these situations — in or out of the office — with co-workers can be particularly hazardous. Most of us learned a long […]

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