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Can the Charter of Democracy Save Pakistan’s Imperiled Democracy?
By Fahad Afzal Mughal · 11 months ago
Pakistan, a nation known for its tumultuous political history, stands at a critical juncture in its democratic journey. As the challenges to democracy persist, a pressing question weighs heavily on the minds of many: Can ...
How Much Is a Postcard Stamp(Official News)
By Macy Carpenter · 11 months ago
I remember once being in such a rush to send a postcard to my grandma that I didn’t even bother to check the stamps’ price. I confidently walked up to the post office counter, dropped ...
Is Iran in a revolutionary situation?
By Siavash Soltani Hemmat · 11 months ago
Is Iran in a revolutionary situation? Iran experienced a very critical situation last year. The country's political system has faced many problems. Wide demonstrations along dozens of cities occurred in the country, and the government ...
The DJI Drone Ban
By Ron Clevenger · 1 year ago
What The DJI Drone Ban Means For Professional Drone Pilots in the Private Sector. In May 2020, the U.S. Department of Commerce placed Chinese-based drone manufacturer DJI on its Entity List. Consequently, DJI drone products ...
No Ifs, No Buts: This was a Mississippi Lynching In 2022
By Clare Xanthos, Phd · 11 months ago
RASHEEM CARTER, A YOUNG BLACK MAN, WAS FOUND DECAPITATED AND DISMEMBERED AFTER REPORTING THAT HIS EMPLOYER WANTED HIM DEAD. The 2022 murder of Rasheem Ryelle Carter, 25, in rural Mississippi, is one of the ugliest, ...
Why We Must Be Masters of Our Counter Culture
By Imran Shah · 1 year ago
When we think of counter culture, we mostly think of it as things that are niche, contrary to the status quo, but entirely recreational. Whilst counter culture always has its expressive and artistic side, to ...
It is more Important than Ever that we Guard against Selfish and Criminal Charismatic Leaders.
By June Stepansky · 1 year ago
We have recently seen how our ex-president was able to rally his followers to become a dangerous mob that violently attacked our capital on January 6th with the intent of destroying our democracy. Because we ...
Stopping world hunger387
By Ashton Travis · 1 year ago
World Hunger (We Gotta Stop It) By Ashton Travis We all know of the worldwide problem of hunger (hints why it’s called world hunger) that affects over 2.3 billion people, that is over 10% of ...
THE SUPERPOWER
By Lionel Ortiz · 1 year ago
THE SUPERPOWER| Soviet Union. By: Lionel Ortiz The Soviet Union were a communist country often referred as¨The SuperPower¨ The Soviet Union were referred as ¨The SuperPower¨ for inventing the most powerful nuke ever recorded named ...
Elevate Your Safety Skills: Online Forklift Training and Fall Protection Courses at AI Forklift Training
By Andy Igneczi · 1 year ago
At AI Forklift Training, we understand the importance of safety in the workplace. That's why we offer a wide range of online training courses designed to help you hone your skills and stay safe on ...
What Actions can we Take to Prevent our Country from Becoming an Autocracy?
By June Stepansky · 1 year ago
Democracy cannot protect itself. It needs constant attention and effort from all of us to keep it functioning well so it can continue to be a shield of justice for its citizens from the dangerous ...
REUNIFICATION OF CHINA AND TAIWAN: SIMULATIONS OF A COVID ORIGIN STORY
By William Ludlow · 1 year ago
Was SARS-CoV-2 or a successor virus being developed at the Wuhan Institute of Virology as a vehicle for achieving the strategic aims of the Chinese Communist Party, including the “peaceful” conquest of Taiwan? By the ...
Pop Off Pms
By Tamara Winter · 1 year ago
Pop-off PMs By Tamara Winter. Over the past year we saw a record-breaking number of changes in the world of British politics. The three laughable attempts at running our country started with Boris Johnson who ...
Corruption
By Donald Plourde · 1 year ago
Government corruption is a persistent problem in many countries around the world. It can take many forms, including bribery, embezzlement, nepotism, and misuse of public funds. Corruption undermines democracy, weakens the rule of law, and ...
Comparison of Constitutional Review between France and United States
By Sabina Huseynova · 1 year ago
Constitutionаl review is legislative act amending the constitution of the state. Ordinary changes in the legislation are made by the state аuthority acting in the usual manner provided by the constitution. Since constitutional provisions are ...
How can America Fulfill its Promise and Become a more Compassionate and Democratic Country?
By June Stepansky · 1 year ago
For the past few years, I have been very concerned about the growing hate and violence in America and I have been wondering how we can begin to make the changes needed to strengthen our ...
A Very Reasonable Speech for Governors of Florida
By M. C. Miller · 1 year ago
Americans, especially older citizens more likely to make campaign donations and vote, are terrified of letting their children learn about the rest of the world – and for good reason! Children uncritically believe every culture ...
Embracing Global Citizenship: Working Together for a Better Future
By Chris Wick · 1 year ago
We, as citizens of the world, have a responsibility to work together toward a better future for all of us. In today's interconnected world, it has become increasingly clear that we are all connected, and ...
What’s the purpose of business? It’s important to ask.
By Adrian Dore · 1 year ago
I know this question won’t top most philosophically minded people’s to-do lists, but perhaps it should. It must be on the list of those concerned with our socioeconomic and environmental problems. Some may think there ...
Be a Human Rights Advocate
By June Stepansky · 1 year ago
All people who care about their children and grandchildren want to build the best country and the best and most peaceful world for themselves and their families to live in. The only question that we ...