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How the Manhattan D.A. is changing Politics in America
By Dr. J. E. James, Phd, Jd, Llm · 56 minutes ago
The Manhattan District Attorney's office has been the center of attention in the political world recently, and for good reason. The DA's decision to investigate and potentially prosecute former President Donald Trump and his businesses ...
How Corruption is Destroying Development in Africa
By Ray Klanderman · 1 month ago
Economies plagued by a significant degree of corruption, characterized by the abuse of power through financial or authoritative means to attain specific objectives in unlawful, deceitful, or unjust manners, lack the ability to thrive as ...
What Happens if Houthi vs US Led Operations takes another turn involving Russia and China? Regional wide impact.
By Dalab, Ahmed · 1 month ago
What Happens if Houthi vs US Led Operations takes another turn involving Russia and China? Regional wide impact. Overall, terrorist organizations like Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and Somali pirates stand to benefit from the ...
Why America Needs More Moderate Republicans
By Joseph Toney · 2 months ago
America is a nation founded on the principles of democracy and diversity, where differing opinions and perspectives are meant to contribute to a vibrant political landscape. Unfortunately, in recent years, the political climate has become ...
From Importer To Exporter: The Shifting Geopolitics Of U.S. Energy Policy
By Alexander Hoogsteyn · 4 months ago
The United States has undergone a remarkable transformation in recent years, reshaping its energy landscape from a net importer to a net exporter. This shift has profound implications for the country’s foreign policy, especially when ...
The Dark Side of Globalization: Inequality, Conflict, and the Struggle for Resources
By Soheil Hassani · 4 months ago
The article is about the issue of globalization and the problems and inequalities it creates, with a particular focus on the issue of war. It explores how globalization has led to cultural clashes and discusses ...
Escalation in the Israel-Palestine Conflict: Unpacking the Recent Hamas Attack
By Mehdi Shah · 6 months ago
The recent attack by Hamas has reignited attention on the long-running conflict between Israel and Palestine. The whole magnitude of the current situation and the various reasons that have led to it can only be ...
What Frosts My Nuts: The End Time Has Come
By David Lasaine · 6 months ago
Depending on what side you are on you will lose. If you are for the inhumane massacre of life and the total annihilation of Israel or are against it. It is simple, you will lose. ...
What Frosts My Nuts: Nixon had Big Balls but not P.B.J.
By David Lasaine · 7 months ago
Today’s episode is sponsored by Creepies Breakfast Serial Sniffers. I must be honest; I cannot stand watching coverage of politics. I am finding the common belief to be from the government and much of the ...
The 2024 presidential election is already over.
By Scott Jackson · 7 months ago
The 2024 presidential election is already over. It is clear to any rational political scientist observing what is happening in the 2024 presidential election that the outcome is pre-determined. There is no way that any ...
The Clown King of East Africa
By Dr Neil Watson · 8 months ago
The Killer Clown of East Africa Have you heard of Puntland? What about a Mr Said Abdullahi Deni? If the answer is no, then look again, for what is unfolding in Puntland is of profound ...
The Concerning Power Play of New York's Attorney General: A Threat to Its Politician and New Yorkers
By John Teller · 8 months ago
The office of New York's attorney general is meant to serve as a pillar of justice, upholding the rule of law and protecting the rights of all citizens. However, recent actions by the current attorney ...
Who has the Right to Control another Adult's Life Without their Consent?
By June Stepansky · 10 months ago
The simple answer to that difficult question is that no one ever has the right to control another person's life. The only control a citizen of any country should experience is to follow the laws ...
Can the Charter of Democracy Save Pakistan’s Imperiled Democracy?
By Fahad Afzal Mughal · 10 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 ...
Is Iran in a revolutionary situation?
By Siavash Soltani Hemmat · 10 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 ...
Why We Must Be Masters of Our Counter Culture
By Imran Shah · 11 months 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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...