Archive for July, 2010

What is more important in the US: Republic or Democracy?

Friday, July 30th, 2010

The US is a Republic and a Democracy. Which is more important? Would you rather the US be a Republic or Democracy if you had to chose? Which would last longer by itself? And which should we stand by: Our Republic or Our Democracy?

No Room For Politics of Hate in Our Elections

Friday, July 30th, 2010

In the middle school I used to work at, one of our administrators was talking to the staff about dealing with the increase of poor student behavior that had been on the rise at our school. He made the remark that “if you allow it, you are promoting it”. I was reminded of those words […]

What are the most important basic aspects of politics?

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

Also, along with the aforementioned question, what is going on with the health care crisis right now? I don’t understand. What do both parties want to do? I don’t know anything about it, but i feel that i should know about this stuff because its my country. I try to read stuff on cnn, fox, […]

How would you call the undergraduate degree in Political Science?

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

I just finished my undergraduate studies in Political Science in Romania and what I got after this was a degree which we call “Licence”. However, I have a dilemma… I have to translate that degree in English for a job aplication. When I asked the secretary how to translate this, she told me that this […]

Top 10 Sites For Discussing Politics Online

Monday, July 26th, 2010

With the 2008 Presidential elections swiftly approaching, for those of us in the United States, here are a few websites those who enjoy debating politics online may want to be aware of. These websites aren’t listed in any particular order and all are worth taking a look at: GovSpot.com A non-partisan government information portal designed […]

Is there a moral dimension to the view of politics that Machiavelli puts forward in The Prince?

Monday, July 26th, 2010

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Fun Facts About South Africa

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

DID YOU KNOW THAT… Perhaps the most famous South African movie is “Tsotsi” by Gavin Hood.”Tsotsi” is a story about a gang leader.On March 5, 2006, “Tsotsi” won the Academy Award for Foreign Language Film in Los Angeles. In his speech, Gavin Hood said, “God bless Africa. Wow. I have a speech, it?s in my […]

Barack Obama – The Shining Pole Star of the Contemporary American Politics

Saturday, July 17th, 2010

His mother, Ann Dunham, on the other hand grew up in the small-town locality of Kansas. Her father was a worker in the oil rigs during the days of Depression in the 30’s; and then enrolled himself for World War II after the nationalistically percussive Pearl Harbor incident. There he marched across the whole of […]

Fun Facts About Trinidad & Tobago

Wednesday, July 14th, 2010

DID YOU KNOW THAT… Trinidad & Tobago is a small paradise island in the Caribbean. It is a multiracial society famous for its hospitality. DID YOU KNOW THAT… Eric Williams (1911-1981) is the father of modern Trinidad & Tobago. In 1962 he became the first Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago.During the last fifteen years […]

The Politics of Change And Sandwiched Boomers

Monday, July 12th, 2010

The soaring rhetoric from presidential candidates has been about the concept of change – and the electorate is energized by the buzzword. But is the idea of change really so new? In 1944, the Republican governor of New York, Thomas E. Dewey, ran for President against three-term incumbent Franklin D. Roosevelt on the slogan “It’s […]

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