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:


Pollution and Politics
New York Times
Polluters and their political friends have a track record of crying wolf. Again and again, they have insisted that American business — which they usually portray as endlessly innovative, able to overcome any obstacle — would curl into a quivering ...

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Politics this week
The Economist
Chuck Hagel resigned as America's defence secretary. His relations with Mr Obama, who appointed him two years ago, had come under increasing strain, notably over differences on Syria with the president's national security adviser. Mr Hagel's ...


The Economist

Indian politics
The Economist
This lends subtlety and authority to Mr Sardesai's portrayal of a politician who tends either to be slavishly lauded, for his success as an administrator in Gujarat, or castigated as a Hindu chauvinist, who presided over one of India's worst incidents ...

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American politics
The Economist
Nixon, scowling and paranoid, the most combative (though not the most conservative) of Republican politicians, had survived eight often humiliating years as Ike Eisenhower's vice-president. When he ran for the White House in 1960 he was beaten by John ...


Auburn Citizen

Cosentino: The politics of non-dysfunction in Albany
Auburn Citizen
Now that Election 2014 is over, and seeing the news reports from Washington, there is little doubt that the next two years will be as politically dysfunctional as at least the last four. We can expect a lot of posturing and preening, from all sides, as ...

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What we talk about when we talk about talking about politics at Thanksgiving
Washington Post (blog)
There is a set script to Thanksgiving, part of the reason the holiday feels so comforting. We eat stuffing and complain about the traffic. We see family we haven't seen since the last time we ate stuffing. Someone brings up politics and is either met ...

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One's Politics Determines One's Conspiracy Theories
American Thinker
You may wonder whether or not the findings and experiences of conspiracy theorists made them become political animals or whether they were already political animals. In other words, did their political nature make them become attracted to -- or made ...


How Facebook plans to become one of the most powerful tools in politics
Washington Post (blog)
Political campaigns are obsessed with two things: Telling every possible voter exactly what they want to hear in order to get them to the polls and cast the "right" vote, and telling them that message for as close to zero dollars as possible. It's not ...

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Obama and the Gordian Knot of Politics
Huffington Post
The government shutdown in 2013 -- the supreme expression of political gridlock -- even further reduced that trust. With approval ratings in the low teens, Congress has been the focus of voter dissatisfaction, particularly among those who follow ...

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Japanese politics
The Economist
THERE is a saying in Japan that a monkey that falls from a tree is still a monkey, but a member of parliament who falls is a nobody. Apart from some opportunities in a tiny lobbying industry, there are few prospects for cast-aside politicians. So an ...

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Interview With A Former ACLU Office

I had the benefit of getting an interview with Mr.... Read More

Feeling Squeezed by Political Correctness

I'm starting to feel squeezed by all the political correctness... Read More

The Route to Democracy

Fifteen hours is a tremendous barrier. It is the obstacle... Read More

Federal Trade Commission and Dismal Performance on Mergers

Most citizens agree that we need the Federal Trade Commission... Read More

Is George Bush Two-Faced?

Yes, Bush is two-faced. The two sides of the faces... Read More

The Morality of Child Labor

From the comfort of their plush offices and five to... Read More

Illegal Aliens and Homeland Security; Rants from Lance 2003

Is it just me or are you concerned that illegal... Read More

911 Could Have Been Prevented, Was It Bush?s Fault?

September 11, 2001 could have been prevented. We could have... Read More

Ex-CIA Folks are Problematic

Those who are above the law or act as such... Read More

Military Intelligence, FBI, CIA Intelligence Problems

Well many have complained that the FBI and CIA dropped... Read More

What Is The Filibuster All About?

The filibuster has been a tool available to U.S. Senators... Read More

Lets Make Some Things Clear about John Thune/Dan Nelson/MetaBank MetaGate

Let's make one thing clear: This Dan Nelson Automotive fiasco... Read More

Eminent Domain Suggested as Cost Saving Measure in DC

Washington DC council member David Catania actually suggested that the... Read More

The Worlds Eldest Democracy Was A Truly Romantic Affair

Visible remnants of the world's eldest democracy can be seen... Read More

The Professions of the Future

Predicting the future is a tricky business. There have been... Read More

A Component of Liberty is a Strong Social Contract with Governing Body

Recently I got to talking with a gentleman at a... Read More

Continuing Change in the Offshore World

The offshore financial centres have been forced in recent years... Read More

Problems in the Media

I am noticing an increasing and alarming rate to which... Read More

Medicade Scam; Worse than You Think

You are not going to believe what is going on... Read More

The Options For Regime Change In Iran

If recent speeches by US officials on Iran's plans to... Read More

The Gun Control Debate

The gun control debate in America is a battle between... Read More

The Self-Appointed Altruists

Their arrival portends rising local prices and a culture shock.... Read More

Uncle Sam Cracks Down Online!

In a move that rocked the online world and left... Read More

Fundamentalist: Fascist or Common-Sense?

Is the only way to fight Fundamentalist Extremists becoming one... Read More

Ohio Department of Transportation; Sector Economic Reality

Ohio's transportation sector seems to be strong, even with Ohio's... Read More