Archive for March, 2012

Despite the Politics, Nationalism, and Commercialism – The Olympics Are a Great Sporting Event

Friday, March 30th, 2012

Muhammad Ali, who rise to worldwide fame started in the 1960 Summer Olympics when he dazzled the world with his blinding speed (and charisma) while winning the light heavyweight boxing gold medal, had fundamental flaws in his boxing style. However, his remarkably inherent physical and mental skills made up for his basic flaws and he […]

A Review of Mark Levin’s "Liberty and Tyranny"

Monday, March 26th, 2012

The number one best-selling non-fiction hard-back book in the United States at the time of this review is Mark Levin’s ‘Liberty and Tyranny’ (Threshold Editions/Simon and Schuster). Its subtitle says it all: ‘A Conservative Manifesto’. This book consists of just 245 pages including its 38 pages of notes–yet, it contains more knowledge of current politics […]

Barack Obama – A Man Worth Honoring

Wednesday, March 21st, 2012

The Republicans and sore Hillary supports have one thing is common, they don’t have anything on Barack Obama. This past primary season has seen mud slinging and rumor mongering at the highest level. Sadly, most of the rumors have been started by the Democrats. Emails about him being a Muslim circulated cyberspace along with doctored […]

Investment Politics – Jobs, The Economy and Social Security

Monday, March 19th, 2012

Who wants to be a president; the President of the United States? Social Security reform is the winning ticket. Research supports the thesis that Social Security reform would provide all the lubrication necessary to get our economic ball bearings rolling in the right direction. Economies do not grow, or increase employment, when job providers are […]

Indian Democracy and India-US Nuclear Agreement

Monday, March 19th, 2012

Indian government is now struggling with the choices regarding India-US Nuclear agreement. President Bush has been most generous to India but the Hyde Amendment is unsettling. The Indian government is led by the Congress party but supported by many political parties — it is a coalition government. The four-five communist parties that support the government […]

What is “fresh, new and different” about Obama, he seems like just another Democrat to me?

Saturday, March 17th, 2012

Please try to say something other than the usual trite, meaningless slogans. Thank you! To: Just. M. My, my aren’t you the angry one!

The Politics Of Change

Saturday, March 10th, 2012

Change has become the bedrock issue in the 2008 Presidential campaign. In response to economic uncertainty, an unpopular war, record low Presidential approval ratings, and a grid-locked Congress, the candidates all promise to change Washington. But who among them is the best-qualified to lead change? Can any of them really accomplish the changes they promise? […]

Must See Places in New York

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

New York is one of the top tourist destinations for people in the United States and abroad. It’s dense population and numerous attractions make it the city of wonders. When visiting New York there are several stops along the way that no New York visitor can leave the city without having under their virtual belt. […]

How many Dead Democrat Votes do you estimate that Coakley will get in MA? Will they give her Victory, or not?

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

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The Ethical Globalized State

Monday, March 5th, 2012

The process of preconceiving liberal democratic values and re-institutionalizing them for a global world calls for nothing less than a new enlightenment. Such a global enlightenment should aim to civilize the increasingly brutal world of global economics, just as the eighteenth century Enlightenment began the process of civilizing the absolutist post-Westphalia states. It is within […]

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