Archive for January, 2012

If a person is uninformed and new to politics, what party are they most likely to be Democrat or Republican?

Sunday, January 29th, 2012

I mean, what party is an uninformed person most likely to be swayed by, the Democratic leaning or the Republican leaning.

An Ill Wind Blowing – A Plea For Reason and True Goodness in American Politics

Sunday, January 29th, 2012

“It’s an ill wind that blows nobody any good,” exclaimed John Heywood in 1546.? Perhaps today’s news suggests the veracity and tenacity of this antique proverb.? ?Ill winds seem to be blowing rather ferociously these days.? The storms that affect so many and so much, the financial markets that plunge so deeply, the evidence of […]

Why do some McCain supporters have difficulties to accept the rules of a democracy?

Saturday, January 28th, 2012

As said, SOME McCain supporters… Why don’t you give Obama at least a try? Why don’t you accept the verdict of the majority of the American people and the electoral votes? eco planning

What are the five greatest strengths and five greatest weaknesses for our American Democracy?

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

I need to know this information urgently and quickly. First one to answer good gets 10 points!!

Delphi-The Treasury of the Athenians

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

The most exquisite feature of the edifice, though, is the frieze. On the west side, it depicts the judgement of Paris, on the south the rape of the Leukippidai by the Dioskouroi, on the east an assembly of gods, who watch a battle of the Trojan War, and on the north which is the finest […]

Who else in history used economic crisis to push mass social and political change?

Sunday, January 22nd, 2012

Can you think of anyone in history who did this and pushed good or bad political or social agenda’s?About the Author: Read more about this and other topics related to build a business from home

American Greek Antique Democracy Meets Asian Control

Sunday, January 22nd, 2012

The story of America is unique in the world. It began as a trickle of independent minded Puritans who determined to speak directly their God, keep their muskets and beholden to no king who would stand between them and God like an English pope. King James, while creating the wondrous new Bible, also determined he […]

World’s Most Famous Art Museums

Sunday, January 15th, 2012

Famous art museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art have one of the largest collections of art under one roof. Located in New York City’s Museum Mile area, it has over two million works of art within its permanent collection, which is split into 19 sections of interest. The Met’s American paintings section also […]

Learning Politics Using Board Games

Friday, January 13th, 2012

Many board games are based on some realistic life experiences, some deal with sports, real estate, and even banking. Then manufacturers came along and decided to add the process of politics to the line up of gaming options. The games are fun and educational, they also give you insight into the life styles and campaign […]

Is it too early to say that Democracy won and socialism lost in Massachusetts last night?

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

Will this wake up the politicians or will they just revert back to government by the politician and for the special interest and damn the people?seo consulting

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