Political Articles
  • Report: Hillary Clinton Tied To Terrorism
  • by Walid Shoebat
  • A key revelation in these reports is Mahmoud's claim that the Clintons befriended her family in the 1980′s while living in the U.S. As one of 63 leaders in the Muslim Sisterhood, Mahmoud is a colleague of Saleha Abedin, another one of those 63 leaders. Saleha is the mother of Huma Abedin, who is a close adviser to Hillary Clinton and wife of former Democratic Congressman, Anthony Weiner.
  • The Real Voice of America
  • by David Curtis
  • November 19, 1863 - Four and a half months following the defeat of the Confederate forces at the Battle of Gettysburg, Abraham Lincoln stood at the dedication of the Soldiers' National Cemetery and delivered one of the most influential speeches in ...
  • Quincy Timberlake: Who Will Defend Kenyans Should the ICC Fail Us?
  • by Wolf Blitser
  • PlaCenta Party of Kenya's presidential candidate Quincy Timberlake has been known to fight, humiliate and expose Kenyan Government officials for their impunity, corruption, toxic graft, extra-judicial killings, forceful deportation of targetted communities, unequal wealth distribution based on ethnic lines and so forth. He also organizes peaceful protests. He was forced into exile after narrowly escaping bullets fired by unknown assassins.
  • The Andrew Mitchell Fiasco
  • by Peter Burton
  • An article that expresses my sadness and despair about the way a British politician and police officers have been embroiled in a 'yes you did' 'no I didn't' tussle for a whole year. This as a result of the weakness of the criminal justice system's approach to dealing with issues of this kind. I suggest that using a restorative approach in situations like this is the best approach.
  • Cold War and U.S. Intelligence
  • by Albert Kenneth Carrozza
  • The current budget for intelligence in the United States of America is in the billions of dollars range, the actual numbers known only by those privy to accurate figures, at the same time KGB funding by Russia increases under the Putin regime.
  • Why Tell The Story Of Philip Reid After Slavery?
  • by Dr Eugene Walton
  • One of my major interests in Black History has been American Slavery and how it shaped the attitudes of Americans, black and white. At the root of this negativism has been the tendency of historians to view and report on enslaved Black in cld,impersonal terms, such a "slaves," with no human attitude or emotional aspects mentioned.
  • Who Shut Down the Government?
  • by Thomas Sowell
  • Even when it comes to something as basic, and apparently as simple and straightforward, as the question of who shut down the federal government, there are diametrically opposite answers, depending on whether you talk to Democrats or to Republicans. ...
  • Al Shabaab - Westgate Mall Attack
  • by Katie Smith
  • An armed assault by Al Shabaab on a shopping mall in Kenya has so far claimed 67 lives with that number expected to increase as forensic and military experts now comb the scene. The scale and intensity of the attack has prompted some to suggest that Al Shabaab has developed its capability however beyond the media hype and interest, what the attack does illustrate is not an increased capability, but a change in intent.
  • Why No Liberty Cap On The Nation's Capitol?
  • by Dr Eugene Walton
  • Why No Liberty Cap on the Nation's Capitol? Thomas Crawford created a statue for the dome of the U.S. Capitol, including a Liberty Cap..( worn by Roman freed slaves to signal the change in their status to free men and women). But Lincoln's Secretary of War JEFFERSON DAVIS (future President of the Confederacy) rejected the Liberty Cap design and forced Thomas Crawford to redo his submission without the cap.
  • Somali Piracy Interview
  • by Jennifer Dodgson
  • The Contact Group on Piracy off the Coast of Somalia (CGPCS) is an international forum composed of nations with an interest in combatting the pirate threat. Given the number of navies currently engaged in patrols in the Gulf of Aden, a means of ...
  • Security Challenges in the Sinai Peninsula
  • by Katie Smith
  • The Sinai Peninsula presents a complex web of issues which have resulted in a unique security environment. The peninsula sits in the border area of Israel, Gaza and Egypt and is made up from vast deserts and mountains with caves and tunnels regular features.
  • Military Coup in Egypt?
  • by Katie Smith
  • Well yes, and no. The military have removed the democratically elected President from office however they have not installed one of their own as leader, instead handing over power to an interim president, a senior Egyptian judge, Adli Mansour.
  • The Devolution of Al Qaeda
  • by Katie Smith
  • The Islamic Extremist movement has been undergoing a further devolution of late, one which prominent leaders within the network have been advocating for a number of years now.
  • Recognize The Five Elements Common To Tyrannical 'Isms'
  • by Shane Flait
  • Communism and Nazism are two of the tyrannical 'isms' that produced untold misery and death in the first half of the 20th century. Their propaganda seduced countless millions into their control. But more 'isms' of tyranny are now forming. If we don't recognize their common elements we'll succumb to them again - as we are doing. Here's how to recognize them…
  • Politics In Belarus
  • by Katie Smith
  • After seven decades as a constituent republic of the USSR, Belarus attained its independence in 1991. It has retained closer political and economic ties to Russia than any of the other former Soviet republics. Belarus and Russia signed a treaty on a two-state union on 8 December 1999 envisioning greater political and economic integration.
  • Hooray For America
  • by Faye Riva Cohen, Esquire
  • I recently returned from a lovely trip to Prague, the Czech Republic and Rome and Sorrento, Italy. Although I have visited Italy many times, and I am always impressed by its beauty, history, excellent food and fine design, the trip to Prague was an ...
  • 'Equal Opportunity Means Engineering Outcomes Under Feminism's Mentality of EO'
  • by Shane Flait
  • Freedom based on securing the unalienable rights of each of us was why the U.S. was formed. But perverting those rights for an alleged greater good excuse shows feminism's Marxist mentality. Feminism's perversion of equal opportunity into government-imposed engineered outcomes denies rights and opportunity of men and destroys freedom which is the real source of abundant opportunity for all.
  • Sweden Is Running Out Of Trash
  • by George Vojvodic
  • Yes, Sweden now has to import trash from surrounding countries to sustain its waste-to-energy program due to too much success. Its recycling program is so successful that only 4% of all trash that the Swedish population produces ends up in landfills.
  • Fort McMurray Growth Trends
  • by PT Smith
  • The municipality of Wood Buffalo is wide in area, yet nearly three-fourths of its population is concentrated in Fort McMurray. The community had a population of 76,800 in 2010, with about 13,000 living its downtown City Centre. With the anticipated growth set at nearly 200,000 people, the city is anticipated to need a great deal of increased infrastructure and services
  • Coming Soon: Gay Marriages That Matter In Georgia?
  • by Dwayne Kinney
  • Can you and your partner get married in Midtown if the Supreme Court declares Prop 8 and DOMA unconstitutional? Some people say yes and others say no. What happens if a couple from East Point gets married in Vermont and returns to Georgia with their marriage license? We got answers to these pressing legal issues from Jeffery M. Cleghorn, a well-respected family law attorney in Atlanta.
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