Archive for June, 2010

OODA Loop – Colonel Boyd’s Comments on Primate Politics (A Book Review)

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Most jet fighter pilots, those who finished in the top of their military flight school, understand and accept Colonel Boyd’s principles of energy physics, truths that are necessary to winning in a aerial dog fight. Many bomber pilots who always longed to be fighter pilots but did not score high enough in flight school may […]

Parents, Children, and Politics – Are Our Kids Listening?

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

This is election year and often, as parents, our conversations turn to politics. Our beliefs, our fears, our tolerances or our impatience. Are our kids listening? Are they being influenced? Who is the bigger influence: Parents or Hollywood? We all know Hollywood celebrities have a huge influence on people in general, especially with children. Little […]

Does the average Republican know the difference between a journalist and a political pundit?

Monday, June 21st, 2010

It is the job of the first one to gather up facts, organize them logically, and convey them to the public. It is the job of the second to try and spread the ideology of a particular group that is desirous of political power … you know, like the folks on FOX News. They don’t […]

Time to End Cuban Embargo

Saturday, June 19th, 2010

The United States has had an embargo against Cuba since 1962. In 1992 this embargo became codified as the as The Cuban Democracy Act. This has been the longest economic and travel restriction embargo in U.S. history. It is time to end these trade restrictions and open the doors of commerce and travel to the […]

Presidential Slogans: Suggestions for 2008 Candidates

Saturday, June 19th, 2010

I’m withdrawing my name from the 2008 Presidential race. I hate flying, riding in buses, and working. It would be worse if I were elected. And the field is too crowded! What? You didn’t know I was running. Don’t you ever read my articles? Anyway, I’m staying involved in the race. I’ve decided to give […]

Media in Politics

Friday, June 18th, 2010

What is the role of media in politics? Is it to disseminate information, or is it to sway the American public into believing a certain way? From the beginning of our country’s political process, the role of media in politics has served as double duty: to provide details that American citizens need to both be […]

Is The Democrat Presidential Ticket Radical One? It Excludes The White Protestants At First Time in 230 Years?

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

You can not say America does not care about race and religion. America is not a Single person.About the Author: Read more about this and other topics related to mom rox

Fun Facts About El Salvador

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

DID YOU KNOW THAT… El Salvador hosted the 2002 Central American and Caribbean Sports Games. More than 2 million tickets were available for the 2002 Central American and Caribbean Games. DID YOU KNOW THAT… El Salvador´s flag was adopted in the 1910s. The blue stripes represent unity. The white one symbolizes peace. DID YOU KNOW […]

Constitution Activities – Tips to Engage Kids Through Song and Movement

Sunday, June 13th, 2010

Educators looking for constitution activities for children ages 9-12 may get inspired by this approach. It is a provocative inroad to the study of the constitution with a fun and practical outplay. Here are a few questions to consider in preparing your constitution activities: We the People Who are “We the People”? Who did the […]

Why do people ask Why do people argue about politics at religion?

Monday, June 7th, 2010

And then proceed to rant about how nobody knows how to answer their question. Why on EARTH did this person even post a question on a site like this one? Would love to understand and study this person’s brain. Might help science discover how to help people with cognitive dissabilities. Just to be clear — […]

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