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    • 1.

      The Barack Obama Dilemma

      by Norton Nowlin - 2006-12-11
      With an advertising flourish that would grandly and profitably project any new industrial product into the public limelight, the media has latched onto the first term Illinois senator, Barack Obama, l...
    • 2.

      American Political Customs

      by Mary Anne Winslow - 2006-12-13
      We can define a political party as an organisation that supports candidates for political office under the organisations name, or also as a body of men unified by promoting their mutual endeavours the...
    • 3.

      Justice?: Question Everything

      by Kevin Del Principe - 2006-12-16
      Adolf Berle said that "the art and science of asking questions is the source of all knowledge." The problem with our culture is that too few questions are asked regarding what I call our sacred instit...
    • 4.

      A Newer Deal: Please Protect Us From our Corporations

      by Kevin Del Principe - 2006-12-19
      Philosopher P.J. Proudhon posed this rhetorical question: What is the aim...of our large capitalist organizations...," and answered, "The bank should help the tenant farmer to own his land, and the ed...
    • 5.

      How Protests Fuels Democracy

      by Edward Curtis - 2006-12-22
      The Word Democracy come from a Greek word and is literally translated as rule by the people, and that is how the American government works, by the people for the people. The people elect our leaders i...
    • 6.

      Gay Marraige and it's Arguments - Discrimination Based on Other's Religions

      by Kristen Santos - 2007-01-04
      I don't think the government should have control over who we marry and who we don't. I am personally not a lesbian, but If I was in love with a girl, the government would be damned if they thought the...
    • 7.

      Suicide Bill Appeals to our Worst Instincts

      by Michael Wissot - 2007-01-16
      When did it become acceptable to deny those in need of compassion and care? Increasingly, we see signs of a "moral libertarianism" that encourages our society to shirk from its nurturing instincts.Ye...
    • 8.

      Social Changes In Modern Turkey

      by Sharon White - 2007-01-25
      Modern Turkey has greatly been influenced by the Western world. However, it has still remained some unique samples of social changes which can be referred to the Turkish society only.Issue of migra...
    • 9.

      A Prophecy: India Will be the Leader of Neo Creation of the World

      by Yuga Rishi Shriram Sharma Acharya - 2007-01-28
      "A light is rising high up. It will purify the atmosphere and destroy the mental taints and sins of world humanity. The world will be united as a single nation and joy and peace will be established ...
    • 10.

      What can we learn from John Prescott?

      by Matt Ambrose - 2006-11-15
      The current furore over the role of bloggers in the attacks on John Prescott has shown the growing impact of blogging in the UK. The response by journalists, such as BBC's Nick Robinson, has also h...