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Home Depot
By Amelia Watson · 1 week ago
The success of Home Depot can be attributed to strategic management as well as its best practices. According to Barney and Hesterly, a good strategy is one applied and followed giving a firm a competitive ...
Collusion, Hypocrisy and Political Corruption – Human Devolution - Adventures in Pseudoscience
By Randy Gonzalez · 1 week ago
As the impending devolution continues, the idiocy of a contentious and condescending culture finds so many opportunities to hasten human extinction. From anti-intellectualism to corporate and political collusions, the divisive animosity rampage in diverse manifestations. ...
harassment and victimisation
By Kelley Desouza · 1 week ago
Harassment is unwelcome, unwanted behaviour that can violate your dignity, degrade, humiliate, hostile, intimate or offensive. Basically unwanted and unwelcome attention. Victimisation can effect an individual or household. And singling out for cruel or unjust ...
Tragedy, Fear and Terrorism Arrogantly Near
By Randy Gonzalez · 1 month ago
Terrorism is crime and crime are terrorism. Add the externality of effects, from community to country, and criminogenic factors are elevated to a more adventurous status. Fear factors are influential, likewise, so is human weakness ...
Corbyn’s internationalism eroded
By George Tsolakis · 1 month ago
The former Labour leader's popular views on foreign policy have been side-lined and significantly eroded by the party's new leadership. Peace and anti-war campaigners must unite in opposition to this. Under Jeremy Corbyn's leadership in ...
Leadership in an Era of Leaderless Pretension - 1
By Randy Gonzalez · 2 months ago
In numerous corporate, governmental and collegiate forums, seminars and workshops across the U.S. nation, hope springs eternal in the elusive hunt for leadership. Who represents it in a realistic portrayal or ideal role model? What ...
The Irony Of Commemorating The Sharpeville Massacre Amidst Ongoing Police Brutality
By Zahid Jadwat · 2 months ago
March 21, 1960, now commemorated as Human Rights Day every year in South Africa, was one of the key moments in the fight against Apartheid when innocent protestors were killed by Police on that fateful ...
1. Domestic terrorism in the US.
By Dr. Mustapha Kulungu · 2 months ago
Domestic Terrorism in the United States Mustapha Kulungu, Ph.D. ILM Foundation Institute of Los Angeles ABSTRACT Domestic terrorism involves violence against the civilian population or infrastructure of a nation- often, but not always, by citizens ...
The Boarder Crisis will only get worse
By Alexis Moody · 2 months ago
The flood of travelers at the southern line will get more critical in the coming months, Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, said Sunday on ABC's "This Week," adding that he predicts 1 million individuals could attempt ...
CardioFlex Therapy Spring 2021 Community Events
By Terry Abrams · 3 months ago
CardioFlex Therapy enjoys supporting mission-focused causes by participating in fundraisers and local Davie community events throughout the year. We would like to continue raising awareness of these causes and community organizations, and the people that ...
Capital Punishment: How Money And Power Reshapes Societies
By Alex Belsey · 4 months ago
In a capitalist system, money is inextricably linked with power – the more money you have, the greater influence you wield. In particular, purchasing power can become political power when the wealthy use their resources ...
The Secret Alien Agenda and the Stupidity Virus
By Randy Gonzalez · 4 months ago
With all due allusion to myth, magic and metaphor, and perhaps even an attempt at allegory, the “secret alien agenda” pertains to a cosmic conspiracy. There is no intent to any references, direct or indirect, ...
What can we learn from the the Jan 6 Capitol Riot?
By Emma Stamas · 4 months ago
As I watched the Trump supporters and rioters wave their flags and break windows and climb the walls of the Capitol building on Jan 6, I wasn’t surprised at all. I have suspected that a ...
Myopia for Dystopia in the Illusion of Utopia
By Randy Gonzalez · 5 months ago
Postmodern times offer an array of multifaceted displays for the observation of disingenuous and hypocritical behaviors at varying levels of social interaction. In this presentation, myopia suggests the stupefying yet intentional behaviors characterized by exceptional ...
Boko Haram: Nigeria’s biggest security problem
By Hubert Nomamiukor · 5 months ago
Time and time again, Nigeria’s security forces have proved that they are incapable of protecting the country’s national security from acts of terror. Over the last 11 years since Boko Haram’s founder Mohammed Yusuf was ...
The Phenomenal Growth of ESG Investing
By Shahrulnizam Tahir · 6 months ago
Over a decades ago, the debate about ESG investing had been discussed by many industrial experts and NGO organizations. The criticism and protests have increased everywhere due to environmental pollution, social injustice, and deviant administration. ...
Independence remains an unattainable Lithuanian dream
By Adomas Abromaitis · 5 months ago
Lithuanian political activist Žilvinas Razminas in his article “HOPE - MOTHER OF POLITICAL FOOLS …” admits that Lithuania steps on a rake again. He and his supporters called to boycott the elections and predicted the ...
Dr. Richard Konteh: A Courageous Transformational Leader Amid The Unknown
By D-Unifier Team · 6 months ago
It is asserted that leaders are made, not born. Additionally, the makings of a transformational leader are defined, in part, by the leader’s willingness to venture into the unknown. This, of course, takes great courage ...
Political News Accountable For Country Image
By Gerald Sandidge · 6 months ago
America is a nation with a huge population so there are always things happening around the nations in which one becomes to know about with help of news. USA governmental issues, sports, natural disasters, entertainment, ...
Criminology and Plausible Conjecture
By Randy Gonzalez · 6 months ago
In a typical academic text for an introduction to criminology class, a particular case study introduces each chapter. In doing so, the author appears to demonstrate a probable correlation between the relevance of criminology and ...