Archive for May, 2010

Why The General Of Third World Fail In Politics

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

INTRODUCTION The third world is a part of our earth that is always in the clutches of the military generals. Almost every general in this part of the earth is ambitious to grab the highest post of the president or chief martial law administrator. But wishes do not always come true. The golden bird does […]

Oil Dependency Is Hazardous to America’s Future

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

When the “5+1” Working Group (Britain, France, Germany, Russia, China, and the United States) unveiled its package of incentives and penalties to bring an end to Iran’s nuclear enrichment and reprocessing activities, one penalty was notably absent: restrictions on Iran’s ability to sell oil in the world marketplace. Yet, that is about the only penalty […]

Consumer Democracy

Friday, May 14th, 2010

A reader suggested recently that some of my articles should be submitted to Digg, an online website where readers submit and vote for newsworthy and interesting pieces. The advice was flattering, and indeed it seems that some of what is said here is by all accounts of interest to a broad spectrum of readers, but […]

The Snow Ball Psychological Techniques of Mass Media Brain Washing Effect

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

My recent research on Freud’s theory of mind control shocked me, the techniques that are now used by advertising agencies, politicians and public relations for over 100 years to inject fear and pleasure as a psychological drug to create slave employees, increase massive traffic of consumerism in the world of so called democracy. Mass Media […]

Politics And The Internet

Monday, May 10th, 2010

According to a recent poll conducted by ComputerWorld, about forty percent of the population believes that people can increase their political power by going online. Hence, many academics believe that people in western societies are becoming more technologically educated in order to gain more influence in the political sector. For example, Mr. Jeffrey Cole, a […]

Vietnam Facts – People, Places and Politics

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

Wrapping its way along the eastern edge of the Indochina Peninsula is the Southeast Asian country of Vietnam. Vietnam is home to over 85 million people and is the 13th most populous country on the planet. It is bordered by China, Laos, and Cambodia. The country covers over 330,000 square kilometers of land. Vietnam is […]

What impact does solar energy have on the politics?

Friday, May 7th, 2010

I am writing a literature review essay..and i have to discuss about the political impact of solar energy..can anyone give me some advices or examples for what i can do about this topic.About the Author: Read more about this and other topics related to mompreneur

Why are democrat politicians blatantly ignoring the will of the people?

Friday, May 7th, 2010

Town hall meetings are over whelming against socialized medicine as are the polls. Why are the politicians so blatant in their disregard for the will of the people

Presidential Pardon – A Study Of Philippine Politics

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

Philippine President GMA ‘s exercise of her absolute power of Presidential Prerogative to grant Executive Clemency to her predecessor ex-President ERAP (who was Plunder-convicted by the SandiganBayan Court after 6 years of litigation) would make a good Case Study for all Students-of-Politics worldwide. Soon after his release from his privately-owned Tanay RestHouse “Imprisonment”, ERAP (whose […]

What is a good unbiased political magazine?

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

Ok well I know there’s a better chance of meeting a bigfoot than finding an unbiased political magazine, but what are some that aren’t to bad? If you can’t think of an unbiased magazine could you please suggest two totally opposite completely bias magazines? Like ones a far left and ones a far right. And […]

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