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  • Social realism, nationalism and conceptualist socialism  By : Dion Butler
    The primary theme of Long's essay on Baudrillardist hyperreality is a cultural paradox. Many desituationisms concerning the bridge between sexual identity and society exist.
    But Sontag suggests the use of social realism to challenge sexism
  • Presidential Hopefuls Get Ready to Rumble  By : Robert Thomson
    2008 Election candidates’ face-off in the professional wrestling ring at WWE’s Monday Night Raw in April 21, 2008. Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain all tried a new tactic to gain votes with their pre-taped appearances on the famous professional wrestling show.
  • Interpretation of the Equal Pay Act Clarified  By : Robert Thomson
    During a session on April 23, 2008, the Republican block of senators voted to turn down the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act.
  • Militias Increase Their Presence Online  By : Robert Thomson
    Several militia movements are now present on some of the more popular sites, marking an end to perceived activities done in secrecy.
  • Science Fiction Weapon Comes True  By : Robert Thomson
    The research and development arm of the Department of Defense (Defense Advanced Research Project Agency or DARPA) is developing a weapon called MAHEM. This is patterned after Clarke’s fictional "Stiletto".
  • How to Popularizes Oneself Among Youth through E-Marketing  By : Salil Pillai
    If Barack Obama becomes the next President of the United States of America, the country can assure that they will not fall short on one account, e-marketing.
  • The Campfires of Fools  By : Bob Miller
    While Obama, Clinton, and McCain tell their flag-waving supporters about what a wonderful country we have and they all sing out "God Bless America", these politicians know, if the others don't, that at that very moment evil is taking place in Guantanamo Prison and in a half dozen other prisons as it did in Abu Ghraib.
  • Mythology Alive and Well  By : Bob Miller
    We print pictures of George Washington on our money, we hang his picture in our state and federal buildings, and throughout our school systems we teach the history of George Washington.
  • President Potato Head and His Christian Soldiers  By : Bob Miller
    Around the world people are rediscovering the Solanum tuberosum, a starchy tuberous root vegetable that was first cultivated in Peru some 7,000 years ago, or so says Wikipedia. In the US we produce an average of about 450 million hundredweight (112 pounds) of potatoes each year.
  • Are Republicans Thugs?  By : Bob Miller
    In order to answer the question, Are Republicans Thugs?, it'll take coming to grips with the fact that the Republican Party is not the same party one's grandparents voted for.
  • Spit, Urine and Dung  By : Bob Miller
    On a cruise ship not long ago, a fellow passenger asked out of the blue, "How's that fence between the US and Mexico coming?" It was apparent this fellow was of Spanish decent.
  • Don't Break Your Mother's Heart  By : Bob Miller
    Young irreplaceable Americans, getting a good education is a terrific way to serve your country…there are heroes in every walk of life, not just the military.
  • Serial Killers Supreme  By : Bob Miller
    Since I've worked in the back alleys and sewers of the US federal government for years, I'm often asked about the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). I can sum up the people who make up this organization in one word--putrid.
  • Obama and Rev. Wright a Bi-Racial Issue  By : Robert Thomson
    The question, why Presidential Candidate Barrack Obama never left the church after Rev. Wright’s statements, is not a black issue, but a bi-racial identity issue
  • What George Lacks In Intellect He Makes Up For In Stupidity  By : Bob Miller
    The war in Iraq has seen the lives of 4,000 Americans destroyed for political gain. Despite mass protests and vocal opposition to the war and the underlying reasons behind it, the powers that be have elected to pursue their personal agenda by proxy, spending lives like worthless dollars in a conflict that isn’t necessary and hasn’t been shown to be worthwhile.
  • Who Do You Read?  By : Bob Miller
    One can tell exactly how much a US voter knows about his or her political party by what they read. As a registered Republican, I can tell you that the information that comes out of right-wing think tanks is far less valuable today than it would have been when the outhouse was the rule, not the exception.
  • The New Generation Of Janitorial Technicians  By : Michael Richmond
    Though rarely seen, does it surprise you to learn that the Census Bureau tells us that there are more than 70,000 janitorial or maintenance services with more than one million janitors in our country? Janitorial services has been an unchanging business for more than a score of years is now in dramatic change and has become apart of the Green revolution. Most of us have paid scant attention to this industry as the workers come and went in the middle of the night leaving a freshly cleaned office for the daytime workers who show up each morning. It could be said that the janitorial worker is the silent and forgotten segment of the American workforce.
  • Drugs And Alcohol - Behind The Abuse  By : Sara Mendez
    According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 22.8 million Americans need help for drug or alcohol abuse. Of those people only a small percent completed rehab successfully. Students took the same survey and of those students, 2.3 million ages 12-17 reported they needed help for drugs or alcohol. Only 8.2% actually got help from a rehab center. Whatever your choice of addiction is, they have one thing in common, low self esteem.
  • John Edwards Should Be President  By : The Buffalo
    Populism. John Edwards’ campaign is considered by many to have populist themes; lifting up the working class, fighting for the middle class, healthcare for everyone and eliminating poverty. These are concepts that we should embrace.
  • Bite The Bullet...  By : Burk Pendergrass
    The government wants to give you and me government money...ah! our Chinese Bankers..
  • Recession Answers  By : Burk Pendergrass
    Concerned about inflation, a recession, a depression in the early 21st Century? If you on
  • What Is This Thing Called Global Warming?  By : Randolph Lindquist
    It's on the TV. It's on the radio. It's on the Internet. It's on newspapers and magazines. You've heard, seen or read the words "global warming" and witnessed plenty of "people who know" getting emotional and agitated in their discussions. What is it? Some new buzz words that the media made up to fill air time or print space? Is global warming something to be worried about or just good ol' media hype? Why do they call it the "debate" about global warming?
  • Housing Segregation  By : Robert II Smith
    The word ‘segregation’ now symbolically represents the life of the negatively privileged minorities in United States. This segregation has resulted into isolated, ill developed and racially segregated housing that will encourage racial mistrust, senseless conflicts and other discriminations which will ultimately prevent the society from obtaining true racial equality (Kain & Quigley, 1975).
  • Term Limits and Partisan Politics.  By : Josh Skandar
    Over and over, political activists are tackling the problem of long-term incumbents. Once someone has been elected-- or worse, re-elected-- they become difficult to unseat. Political observers contend that this situation leads to less effective government, and a little too much coziness between elected officials and their big donors and lobbyists.
  • Poverty And Politics  By : Robert II Smith
    Poverty is a universal term and poverty elimination is a universal motto. Poverty destroys individuals, societies and nations. Poverty is hunger. Poverty is lack of shelter. It is the state of being sick but unable to see a doctor (Gordon et al., 2003).
  • How the State Bar and its Academic Allies Undermine Legal Sophistication  By : srdiamond
    This article is part of a series providing a blow-by-blow description of the effort of the California State Bar to disbar me. The State Bar organizations are no friend to the practice of law. This installment concerns the broader effect on the law and ith incursions into civil liberties advocated by State Bar-sympathetic academics.
  • Why the Legislative Process is Like Thanksgiving Dinner  By : Stephanie Vance
    An amusing look at why the U.S. legislative process is like Thanksgiving Dinner: too many people demanding too main things and no willingness to make choices.
  • How to "Trick" Your Legislators Into Getting What You Want  By : Stephanie Vance
    A primer on using trick or treating methods to get what you want out of legislators.
  • Alternatives to Torture, 1  By : Mike Scantlebury
    Do we have all the answers? If we know so much, why do we have to torture people to find out what they know? Why don't they tell us? Is it because they know less than we do? Internet Author Mike Scantlebury is good at putting the questions. See if you know more than him, and fill in your own answers in this conundrum of an article.
  • The Perfection of Al Gore  By : Jeff Popick
    Vegans and vegetarians are known for their scorn of Al Gore. They say he is nothing but a pseudo-environmentalist, citing his reluctance to discuss how meatism is injuring our planet. What does Jeff Popick, The Vegan Sage, have to say about Al Gore, global warming and going green? You might be surprised to find out.
  • Technology and Politics; The Internet's Influence on Politics  By : Sharon Housley
    Can, and will, the next generation of politicians exploit the communication mediums available to them? Will the new communication mediums have the power to influence public opinion? Will politicians be the victims of technology, or will they use it to their benefit?
  • Grassroots and the Elections  By : Stephanie Vance
    Ideas for utilizing grassroots networks in election campaigns
  • More Americans Living Paycheck to Paycheck  By : Danna Schneider
    In this day and age, you'd think that the gap between the wealthy and poor would be closing in, but in fact the opposite of this ideal is currently happening here in the US, and even the middle class is starting to feel the squeeze of living paycheck to paycheck.
  • Warehousing Our Elderly  By :
    This article explores the current status of end of life care currently for the elderly in the United States. Currently we warehouse our frail elderly in institutions and they are cared for by the most underpaid and poorly trained staff while the corporate owner collect big money and reduce quallity of care.
  • Washington State Insurance Commissioner Stands Up to Insurance Industry  By : Christopher Davis
    Washington State Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler is standing up to the insurance industry when it comes to defending his decision to vote "Yes" on Referendum 67. Insurance companies have pumped in nearly $10 Million to defeat the pro-consumer measure up for a vote this November.
  • 2008: Election Of Your Life  By : Karen Talavera
    A look at the mindset of the generations in America as we approach the 2008 Presidential election, and why one should be involved in the political process regardless of age or experience.
  • The Example Of Las Vegas  By : Pablo Edronkin
    If casinos go to places where they will be well received and appreciated, then whole communities prosper beyond imagination.
  • A Job Description for Congress  By : Stephanie Vance
    A look at the reasons why people disapprove of the US Congress -- and some ideas for postive change.
  • Can You Think Of Who Would Benefit From Establishing World Peace?  By : Brian Ankner
    It is impossible to mention all the benefits of establishing a peaceful and civilized world, but without a doubt The People will be the major benefactors and since they operate the governments, religions, and corporations those things will also benefit.
  • World Peace: The Misconception And The Truth  By : Brian Ankner
    It is not written in the bible, ancient scriptures, modern writings, or in any present legal documents that humans must never attempt to achieve peace on earth. When we build self-imposed mental barriers based on unproven assumptions or beliefs, we retard our ability to think and reason, which hinders our natural ability to solve problems.
  • A Message To All Peace Activist And Peace Seekers  By : Brian Ankner
    The missing element in the peace movements has always been the lack of a practical plan for peace that provides a logical alternative to all war that will be universally accepted by everyone. This is why peace organizations rarely last the test of time. Just protesting with "stop this" or "stop that" and not providing a long lasting permanent solution to the problem will lose steam after a while.
  • Viewing American Politics From The Perspective of Martians  By : Kenrick Cleveland..
    Indulge me. Let's enter the realm of fantasy for a moment. Not THAT kind of fantasy, but the world of make believe, fairy tale, science fiction.
  • The Rational For Establishing World Peace  By : Brian Ankner
    We can logically assume that World Peace is something that 99.9% of the 6.5 billion People in this world would want and support if there was a way to achieve that World Peace that was practical, logical, morally right, non-violent and serves the good of All People and their governmental structures equally.
  • The Best Way To Stop Global Warming  By : Halil
    The Earth’s surface temperature has risen by about 1 degree Fahrenheit in the past century, with accelerated warming during the past two decades. There is new and stronger evidence that most of the warming over the last 50 years is attributable to human activities. Human activities have altered the chemical composition of the atmosphere through the buildup of greenhouse gases—primarily carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide.
  • The Secret About Our Healthcare System  By : Gary Eby
    My emotional recovery coaching process can be applied to social conditions as well as meeting one's needs for personal growth and development. In this article I will apply eight steps listed on The Emotional Recovery Card to focus on healthcare reform.
  • Momma's, Do Not Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Lobbyists  By : Stephanie Vance
    An overview of the profession of lobbying -- and why it's NOT so terrible.
  • Technology And Politics  By : Sharon Housley
    Rather than creating the perfect ten second sound bite, candidates must let go and have a real conversation. Interactive. Up close and personal. Maybe as candidates are forced back to earth and voters gain a stake in the process, America will become the voice of the unschooled as well as the educated, the poor as well as the rich, men and women of all ages and every race. After all, isn’t that what democracy is supposed to be?
  • Dark Secret About Education - Part Two  By : Gary Eby
    This article further defines how to challenge the dark secret about our educational system. I encourage the reader to apply my Five Steps To Successful Living to improving our educational system.
  • Will You Rise To The Global Warming Challenge?  By : Darlene Berkel
    Most solutions to global warming work around reducing the amount of energy we use, and the amount of emissions produced. This is something that we could do, if more people took global warming seriously.
  • What Happened To Our Democracy?  By : Brian Ankner
    The biggest change in American democratic history came about as a result of World War II and the introduction of the nuclear bomb. From the mid 40's to the early 50's two different directions became available for our government to choose from. One direction was for our government to embrace the principles of the newly formed United Nations, which was originally handed all the tools necessary to civilize this world.
  • Is Panama Returning To The Ninety-Day Tourist Visa?  By : Robert Thomson
    The length of the tourist visa that has been reduced to 30 days from 90 days (first reported: Panama Tourist Visa Changes) is on schedule to be readdressed in a special session of the Panama Legislature to be held in Mid-July.
  • Global Climate Change Is Here To Stay  By : Nathan Brown
    Not sure where you stand on the scientific reality of climate change? This article brings forth facts and figures to address some of the main myths that might be stopping you from wanting to help stop global warming?
  • Animal Rights Is A Dirty Word  By : Jeff Popick
    Are charitable organizations really dedicated to helping the cause? What about "animal rights weirdos?" Check out this enlightening article by Jeff Popick on how to really help humanity forward.
  • Wizarding Your Way To Advocacy Success: Five Rules From Harry Potter  By : Stephanie Vance
    From "Believe That What You're Doing is Right" to "Have the Right Allies" Harry Potter shows us five key rules for effective advocacy.
  • Ar15 Rifle  By : Robert Thomson
    Colt Manufacturing is one of the highest quality AR15?s on the market. They have been building the assault rifle for a long time and perfected this gun.
  • Is There Anything More Disingenuous Than A Whining, Petulant Political Party In America?  By : Ed Bagley
    Presidential elections provide a lot of humor when you can recognize the joke. Every few days some new, outrageous flap kicks another outrageous flap off of the front page of our nation's daily newspapers. I do not care if political parties whine about the events of the day. What I do care about is the righteousness with which the Democrats and Republicans do whine and complain. Please spare me the soap opera
  • The United States Failing War On Drugs  By : Steven Cancel
    A liberal look from past to present at the United States war on illegal drugs.
  • Be An Einstein At Advocacy: Five Tips From Grassroots Geniuses  By : Stephen Pappalau
    Five great ideas for building more effective grassroots advocacy efforts.
  • Cuba Can Teach Us About Healthcare  By : Kate Loving Shenk
    The American Healthcare Crisis Can Solved By Studying And Implementing A System Like That Of Cuba. The Cold War Is Over. It's Time To Look At What Works And Heal Our Relationship With Cuba.
  • On Politics - Propaganda Is Now Disguised As News - Part 4  By : Ed Bagley
    There is probably nothing that disappoints me more than the current sad, sorry state of newspapers in America today. There is more personal journalism in newspapers than news. Name brand newspapers that once had proud heritages with outstanding reporters have become nothing more than pandering sluts who cannot get enough of their personal journalism and politics into the news side of the paper.
  • On Politics: News Writers Are Really Political Hacks - Part 2  By : Ed Bagley
    When reading Krauthammer, I am reminded that Henry Ford said "the hardest thing to do in the world is to think, and that is why people do so little of it." This is especially true during Presidential elections which start about a year too early and end about a year too late. It is often hard for me to decide which is wearier, the droppings of a contentious person or a Presidential election. Yikes! We have 18 more months to go in this election.
  • Alternatives To Education Meltdown  By : Mike Scantlebury
    Starting your life at school and going on through education is a learning experience for most of us, but we don't want to hear about you. Here in England we only want to talk about people at the extremes, the brightest at one end and the dumbest at the other. Why? Can't we have a debate about education where we begin to mention the majority, for once?
  • On Politics - Giuliani Is A Pro Choice Republican - Part 1  By : Ed Bagley
    It is possible that Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani has infuriated his Democratic rivals to the point of distraction. As a good Republican Giuliani should be pro life but he is pro choice. Only Democrats are supposed to be pro choice. Giuliani is now under searing attack from every Democrat and flaming left-wing Democratic news organization worthy of the name.
  • Space Exploration - Our Survival Depends on It  By : Sam Donaldson
    It is of the most importance that persons around the world support the various space agencies without regard to the country of origin or international politics.
  • YOU CAN & YOU WILL - Become Everything You Want (Part 1)  By : David Newman
    A 2 PART article which illustrates the importance of the development of Wisdom - may sound boring stuff - but not so I assure you. The quality & enjoyment /peace that we gain in LIFE will be vastly improved by the contents of this brief exposure of The Real TRUTH
  • Super easy way to decrease your global warming impact  By : Nathan Brown
    Learn which companies you should purchase your gas from in order to reduce your global warming impact.
  • You Can & Will Become Everything You Want ! (Part 2 of 2)  By : David Newman
    A 2 PART article which illustrates the importance of the development of Wisdom - may sound boring stuff - but not so I assure you. The quality & enjoyment /peace that we gain in LIFE will be vastly improved by the contents of this brief exposure of The Real TRUTH
  • Avoiding the "Don't They Knows": Effective Advocacy Messages  By : Stephanie Vance
    Advice for avoiding the "don't they know's" in communicating with elected officials
  • How to get an elected official to listen -- in less than 15 minutes!  By : Stephanie Vance
    Offers tips, advice and real life stories from elected officials and staff on how to have an effective meeting with a member of Congress.
  • The Healthcare Crisis In Pennsylvania  By : Kate Loving Shenk
    The Healthcare Crisis In Pennsylvania Is A Good Representation Of The Crisis Across America, Today. The Following Article Summerizes The Points of A Recent Forum Held In Lancaster, PA
  • 17 Favorite Thomas Jefferson Quotes to Celebrate His Birthday  By : Noel Jameson
    Why are Thomas Jefferson quotes so cherished? Perhaps because there are few people in this world who have spoken words that changed the course of history. Here are 17 leadership quotes spoken by Thomas Jefferson that we can all appreciate.
  • Point and Click Democracy: Why It Doesn't Work  By : Stephanie Vance
    This article explores the impact of the Internet on democracy and answers the question "does e-mail work in communicating with elected officials?"
  • Seven Ways International Organizations Can Get the U.S. Government to Listen – and Act!  By : Stephanie Vance
    Having trouble getting the U.S. Government to listen? These seven tips will help international organizations get their message across.
  • Benefits of Petitioning Online  By : Steven Cancel
    Petitioning online can allow millions to view, comment, and join your cause without the complications that exist in real life.
  • Getting Ready for Election Season  By : Stephanie Foster
    Election season is upon us. Getting educated about the candidates can help you to make intelligent decisions when it comes time to vote.
  • Al Gore's Defeat or His Finest Hour?  By : Donovan Baldwin
    It's funny how some things turn out, isn't it? Now you take that Bush - Gore fiasco back in 2000. That sure turned out bad for Gore, and some people say for the whole country as well. I wonder.
  • The US Tax Code: An Open Letter to Madam Chairperson Pelosi  By : Jeffrey T Junig
    The United States tax code tries to accomplish two things at once: raising revenue, and redistributing wealth. I suggest that we simplify things by replacing it with two systems, each designed to do only one thing. One agency could raise revenue, and the other could make everything fair. I wrote this letter to offer the suggestion to the current House Speaker.
  • The Need For The Navy Reserve To Mobilize Sailors  By : Victor Epand
    This article is about the politics and need for the Navy Reserve to mobilize sailors in the near future.
  • Which Gun Is Better, The Mark 23 Or .50 Desert Eagle?  By : Victor Epand
    This article is about the Mk. 23 gun and .50 Desert Eagle gun and what some of the soldiers have to say about it.
  • Do Blogs Dynamically Transform the Modern American Political Culture  By : Jonathon Hardcastle
    Recently web logs, or blogs, have exploded in popularity and have come to occupy an increasingly important place in American politics.
  • Health Savings Accounts Put You in Control of Your Healthcare  By : Wiley Long
    Proponents of a "single-payer" healthcare system are ignoring what is going on in Canada and England. As more Americans discover health savings accounts, the result will be lower costs, greater choice, and higher quality medical care.
  • 15 Leadership Quotes for Presidents Day  By : Noel Jameson
    Looking for some great leadership quotes? Here are 15 of my favorites by US Presidents as we celebrate President's Day.
  • The Coast Guard Started The Courtesy Motoboat Examination Program  By : Victor Epand
    This article is about how the Coast Guard started The Courtesy Motorboat Examination (VSC) Program to help teach boaters how to be safe on the water.
  • Europe And NATO Are Making Defense Efforts For Security Strategies  By : Victor Epand
    This article is about focusing on ways to effectively strengthen European defense efforts and that fresh initiative be made to debate security strategies openly within NATO.
  • Will America Patrol Iraq in Tanks?  By : Victor Epand
    This article evaluates whether America should Patrol Iraq in tanks or not.
  • Air Force Ammo Troops And Weapons Loader  By :
    What some units think is the greatest job in the Air Force.
  • Law Of Attraction: Clinton, Biden Blame Bush, but are Just As Responsible for War in Iraq  By : Antonio Thornton
    Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden are blaming Bush for the war in Iraq, but it's the collective consciousness of the people of the United States (and the rest of the world) that is really responsible.
  • The Stryker Assault Vehicle  By :
    This article is about the Stryker assault vehicle and what they should do to make this vehicle safer for the troops.
  • Are Dual Citizens Subject to Military Call-up  By :
    The article provides information about dual citizens and military call-up.
  • AirForce C.A.P. Emergency Services Search and Rescue And New Radios  By :
    This article is all about the AirForce C.A.P. Emergency Services Search and Rescue and getting new radios for their unit.
  • Iraq Military Preparedness  By :
    Overview on reconstitution the Iraqi military under new training by the US.
  • Charisma in Politics Is Not Only About Good Looks  By : Leon Edward
    Charisma has always been an attribute that powerful people posess. Charisteristics of a strong charistmatic person in politics are discussed.
  • Nuclear Power and Iran Today  By :
    The aricle describes the situation with Iran and nuclear power. Will the US Military do something about the nuclear weapon in Iran?
  • Iran and Nuclear Power  By :
    This article explains the situation about Iran and Nuclear power.
  • A New Age Of Feminism  By : Kate Loving Shenk
    Women Have It Good Here In America--But it Just Got better
  • Big Changes in Pension Plans, but Long Term Care Untouched  By : Clay Cotton
    There are big changes coming to retirement plans. In August 2006, President Bush signed into law the Pension Protection Act of 2006 (PPA). This law affects both employee funded plans such as 401(k)s and traditional defined benefit pension plans.
  • The A-10 And Should The B-52 Be Retired For Good  By :
    This article tells you about some of the planes that the Air Force has like the A-10 and if the B-52 should be retired for good.
  • New Weapons For The US Military  By :
    This article tells you that the US Military is not giving the troops new weapons which they may need.
  • Troop Surge in Iraq will deepen Quagmire  By : Richard Stoyeck
    President Bush doesn't learn from history
  • Six Years later – A Failed Presidency  By : Richard Stoyeck
    History will show George Bush to be a "Failed President".

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