Archive for November, 2010
My dear readers I have earlier commented on about the true vision of General President of Pakistan General Parvez Musharaff (GPM) with authority that only he can rein in the fundamentalists not only in own country but all over Asia. Neither Mrs. Bhutto nor Mr Nawaz has the courage to go against the fundamentalist. Both […]
I am doing a school project and I need help. What person (preferably a senator) is a conservative Democrat, below the age of 60, Protestant Christian, from the west, with state government experience, with a contemplative personality, and with good speaking skills?
When planning a vacation, if you are heading to a tropical climate it would be a good idea to know when and where hurricanes occur. Hurricanes and more generically, tropical cyclones occur in seven distinct basins around the world. Some hurricanes formation basins are much more active than others and produce many more tropical storms […]
I confess. I believe there is a ruling class that sustains the two-party plutocracy running the nation for the benefit of the rich and corporate class. Their broad strategy is deception and delusion. Tactically, they use government, the mainstream media, the financial services sector, funding of politicians and the two major parties, and many other […]
George Washington’s secretary of the treasury, Alexander Hamilton, supported the idea of a strong central government. The political party he formed by became known as the Federalist Party. Thomas Jefferson, Washington’s secretary of state, believed that a strong central government would quickly become as oppressive to its citizens as the British government had been to […]
There is no reason for me to vote in the presidential election. I live in Idaho so my vote doesn’t count. There was an editorial in the local rag today criticizing the Democrats for not putting up candidates for the state legislature. Now who in Idaho would want to blow their hard-earned money on an […]
When we join a new company, we’re all hoping for a fresh start and clean slate. The last thing we want is to get embroiled in political intrigue, regardless of how petty it might seem. Most of us just want to do our work and move along with our lives. Even if this were so, […]
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“The new narcissist is haunted not by guilt but by anxiety. He seeks not to inflict his own certainties on others but to find a meaning in life. Liberated from the superstitions of the past, he doubts even the reality of his own existence. Superficially relaxed and tolerant, he finds little use for dogmas of […]
When it comes to dealing with literal office politics between employees, two perfect cliches spring to mind. The first is ‘silence is golden’; essentially, it is mostly easier for all concerned if politics is never discussed between you and your colleagues – the potential for argument and resentment is simply too great. If, however, the […]