Reelect President Bush for the 2nd term: Evidence & Proofs

Why President Bush should have his second term? The arguments can be drawn from Gas price, Job creation and War in Iraq scientifically. If it is scientific, it must observe the same result, test in the same experiment and constitute a mathematical truth. For example, we all know that goose... Read More

Pending Oil Crisis

Heavens, what are we up against? It seems these days that we are inundated with worsening situations, not just in Canada but worldwide: Increasing terrorism threats; Global arrests of Al Qaeda operatives; More corruption in our Canadian Liberal federal government; A backlash against Official Bilingualism resulting in Mini Official Bilingualism... Read More

Colts? Stadium Short on Horse Sense

The predominant discussion in the Indianapolis media over the proposed $500 million Colts stadium is how to fund it, not over the wisdom and propriety of taxpayers going into debt to build it.Apparently the leaders of both major political parties in Indiana have signed off on the concept, including a... Read More

A Cheap Holiday in Other Peoples Misery (catching up with Mordechai Vanunu in Israel)

One of my favourite pieces of music is the Sex Pistols' classic 'Holidays in the Sun' - a song that begins with the line, 'a cheap holiday in other people's misery'. This would have made a fitting epitaph for my holiday in Israel, except that the $3000 air ticket meant... Read More

Simple Middle East Peace Plan

I. WARS ARE BASIC CONFLICTS OVER LAND. II. BOUNDARIES. THE STATE OF ISRAEL SHALL BASICALLY BE HER PRE-1967 BORDERS, EXCEPT FOR THEIR MUNICIPAL JURISDICTION IN JERUSALEM. THE BOUNDARIES OF THE STATE OF PALESTINE SHALL BE THE WEST BANK AND GAZA. THE BOUNDARIES OF SYRIA SHALL BE HER PRE-1967 BORDERS. III.... Read More

Bush Panders America?s Kids to Saudi Pederasts

President Bush and Secretary Powell should hang their heads in shame. The administration professes to value America's children and touts the phrase "No Child Left Behind." Simultaneously, they have abandoned an estimated 16,000 American children abroad.According to Joel Mowbray's book "Dangerous Diplomacy," the children have been kidnapped by their parents... Read More

Top 30 Politics Quotations

"It is the duty of every citizen according to his best capacities to give validity to his convictions in political affairs." -- Albert Einstein"Politics, n. Strife of interests masquerading as a contest of principles." -- Ambrose Bierce"Man is by nature a political animal." -- Aristotle"I have come to the conclusion... Read More

The ?Manchurian Candidate?: Lee Harvey Oswald?

An American soldier is taken behind enemy lines and brainwashed as an unwitting assassin by communists in league with American political figures. This soldier then returns to the States to kill a presidential candidate as part of a political scheme to escalate and exploit Cold War tensions.Sound familiar? It does... Read More

Abu Ghraib: Our Surprise is the only Surprise

As pictures and videos surface showing young American soldiers humiliating and dehumanizing Iraqi prisoners, we, as a society, recoil in disgust and disbelief. Friends and family of those charged with such crimes, shake their heads in bewilderment and assure the world that the perpetrators are normal, caring, loving individuals without... Read More

A Look Ahead to 2008 (Part I)

Just as everyone has breathed a sigh of relief at the end of 2004 presidential campaign, I would like to take a quick look ahead to 2008. Unless George W. Bush is unable to complete his second term, 2008 will bring the third open presidential election (no incumbent running) in... Read More

In The News:


The Economist

Botswana's politics
The Economist
CASTING a vote in Botswana is a pleasantly dull and well-run affair; perhaps the biggest concern in the October 24th parliamentary elections was a storm that blew away tented polling stations. Slow vote counting was put down to excessive carefulness ...

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The Diplomat

The Rise of Public Opinion in Cambodia's Politics
The Diplomat
The July 2013 election was a critical moment in Cambodia's politics. Although driven by different motives, all political factions and the general public could finally reach a consensus: It was time to get serious about reform. With all eyes focused on ...


The Coloradoan

Soapbox: Bessler wants to change face of politics
The Coloradoan
I got into the race for Colorado House District 53 because I want to make a difference and apply my decade of experience as a systems architect and data analyst for the public good. For years, I've been encouraged by my friends of all political stripes ...


Manville council candidates debate trust, politics down to the wire
NJ.com
MANVILLE — Candidates for Manville Borough Council are fighting about trust and politics right down to the wire, according to a report in the Manville News. Incumbent Democrat Ed Komoroski and incumbent Republican Steve Szabo are seeking re-election ...

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Press Herald

Politics shifts as acceptance of gays grows
Press Herald
Little-noticed and making barely a stir, Boehner's trip was a potent sign of a fundamental shift in the country and its politics. After decades of solid opposition, a majority of Americans now support marriage between those of the same sex, would ...

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Louisiana residents lament lack of personality in local politics, The New York ...
The Times-Picayune - NOLA.com
"They used to say that the biggest sin in Louisiana politics was to be boring," R. Michael McHale, a lawyer in Lake Charles, told The New York Times. "Now Louisiana's become more like Washington. To a certain extent, elections aren't even about ...


Wall Street Journal

Tom Colicchio's Overcooked Politics
Wall Street Journal
Culinary elites—like political elites—profess to want to help ordinary Americans, but their efforts often miss the mark as they aim to be the smartest guy at the food and wine festival. They come across as condescending scolds finding fault in nearly ...


Politics this week
The Economist
Dilma Rousseff scored a narrow victory, with 51.6% of the vote, in Brazil's presidential election run-off. As she embarked on her second term she promised to reunite the nation after a bitter political contest. But she failed to mention her centre ...

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The Economist

Politics and the past in Bangladesh
The Economist
After spells in Pakistan and England, Mr Azam was protected by two successive dictators who ruled until 1990 and welcomed his religious brand of politics. Even after democracy returned, Khaleda Zia—the widow of one of those dictators, Ziaur Rahman ...

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The Economist (blog)

Canadian municipal politics
The Economist (blog)
Dealing with a divided electorate is hardly a novel problem for politicians. What makes it more difficult for the mayor of Toronto is that he has just one vote on city council. In order to get his programme passed he must build a consensus among the ...

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Dole, Kemp, Trusting People

Many in the peanut gallery of society are so quick... Read More

Faith in Our Government

Many have lost faith in the government and are completely... Read More

Responding to Article: Logic Class 101 Applied to the Minuteman Project

In response to Douglas Bower's article; Logic Class 101 Applied... Read More

California Attorneys and Politicians

California Attorneys and politicians are to blame for the energy... Read More

Are We Serious About Fuel Alternatives?

As you can see from some of our previous articles,... Read More

Monitoring Macedonia

Close to 500,000 people - one in four - live... Read More

Maximizing Efficiency at Our Airports

Our Airports have excess capacity, which is not being used... Read More

The Wall of Honor

Many Americans have children, fathers, mothers, grandparents, other family members... Read More

Does Your Farm Stink? The EPA Wants to Find Out

Farmers will eventually be facing federal regulations involving air emissions... Read More

Carl Rove and the Case of Sour Grapes

The Carl Rove issue is definitely interesting and distracting. The... Read More

Wartime Britain & Things Look Bleak

This is the second of a series of four articles... Read More

Bushs Election Victory: Ethics, Morality and Religion Defeated War, Economy and Foreign Policy

President George W. Bush has unofficially won his re-election bid... Read More

Cloning; The Possibilities and Advantages of Thought Swapping

We can all see the issues involved in the cloning... Read More

The Macedonian Lottery

Every conflict has its economic moments and dimensions. The current... Read More

If the Water is Polluted, Ever Wonder What is in it?

I would like to discuss a few issues we have... Read More

National ESRI Policies

Many are very impressed with the NIMA (National Imagery and... Read More

John Roberts ? Supreme Court Nominee

President Bush's selection of the Hon. John Roberts is an... Read More

Should the Government Compensate the Clients of TAT?

This, of course, is a political decision. There is no... Read More

TSA Missteps at Our Airports

The TSA seems to have completely missed the ball at... Read More

Voters are to Blame for Bad Politics

When I was growing up, I actually considered a career... Read More

Jobs and the Flow of Fuel

We see today a fierce unspoken competition between trucks and... Read More

The ?Manchurian Candidate?: Lee Harvey Oswald?

An American soldier is taken behind enemy lines and brainwashed... Read More

Immigration: Ten Points to Ponder

1. Why is it that no one seems to notice,... Read More

Wealth Distribution and Inheritance, What Will They Buy? Cars

Wealth Distribution is often discussed at length in periodicals such... Read More

Tracking Over The Road Trucks from Canada

Are you happy with all this so-called security after 9-11?... Read More