Archive for November, 2011

Will America Become A Democratic Republic With A Duly Elected Oligarchy?

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011

Why Ask This Question? George H.W. Bush 4 Years Bill Clinton 8 Years George W. Bush 8 Years U.S. Presidency 2 Families 20 Years Let’s Look at what a Republic is: The word republic comes from the Latin res publica: public matter, or the affairs of the people. A state governed by an assembly of […]

Musharaff Survival Democracy and Effects in South East Asia Part-1

Thursday, November 24th, 2011

My dear friends and august readers, I am once again with you to share my views and debate an on going current issue of Democracy and Emergency in Pakistan (DEP) and its short and long term effects. I hope my readers would also share their views and understand the implications and revulsions of democratic leaders […]

Can you explain me- what is the difference between Democrat and Republican?

Thursday, November 24th, 2011

I live in Russia and don`t know what this difference is.Thank you.Read more about this and other topics related to cloud law

Divorce Politics – 6 Tips to Handle Mother’s Day and Father’s Day after Divorce

Sunday, November 20th, 2011

Divorce and separation can mean that special family holidays, like Mother’s Day or Father’s Day, can end up being stressful and full of conflict. When you’re separated or divorced, what kind of role does the ex-spouse play in helping the children show that for their other parent? Here are a few tips to ensure you […]

What is the differences/similarities between a republican and democrat?

Saturday, November 19th, 2011

Be detailed.

Using Office Politics – Why Not Play the Game?

Friday, November 18th, 2011

“I don’t play games at work,” proudly declares the naive, unsavvy person who needs to believe that all it should take to succeed is hard work and talent. After all, it is a fundamental message many of us heard growing up from parents and educators who also needed to believe in this simplistic formula for […]

Why So Many Foreclosures? Politics? Unwise Spending? Lack of Financial Education? Yes!

Friday, November 18th, 2011

We have all heard the more commonly given reasons for the ongoing weaknesses in the real estate market: greedy lenders tricked ignorant home buyers into adjustable rate mortgages, and greedy home buyers overstated their incomes and tricked lenders into giving them loans amounts that were too high. While there is a lot of truth in […]

Faith in Politics – Election 2008 – A Funny Thing Happen on the Road to the White House

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

A funny thing happened in 2000. On the road to Damascus, I mean on the way to the White House, everybody got God. I guess it started with George. He proudly told of his drunken Road to Damascus conversion experience. Then Al Gore referenced his deep faith four times in his concession speech. I guess […]

Who was the best President of the United States of America who was a Democrat?

Sunday, November 13th, 2011

I would say Franklin D. Roosevelt because he had a game plan to get the United States of America out of the Great Depression. Abraham Lincoln was a Republican and the First Republican President of the United States of America.

Politics and Religion

Sunday, November 13th, 2011

Politics, defined as “social relations involving authority or power,” dominate a religious organization when the religion is no longer relevant; the operational words being “social,” and power.” When a religion becomes more of a social event instead of living up to the original tenets of religion, which is personal transformation toward an ideal, then the […]

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