Social Issues

Make Every Citizen an Owner! The Case for Universal Basic Ownership!
By Rick Osbourne · 1 week ago
According to a Federal Reserve 2018 estimate, the American economy, on average, creates $4,000,000,000,000 (4 trillion dollars) worth of wealth producing capital assets annually. That translates into about $12,000 for every man, woman, and child ...
Marital Rape: The Perspective of Legal Positivism and Natural Justice
By Nurul Wahida & Dr Nabeel Althabhawi · 2 weeks ago
When a husband engages in a sexual act with his wife against her will or without her consent, it is known as marital rape. Marital rape frequently involves violence, physical force, and threats, making the ...
Malignant Motives
By Aimi Ahmad & Dr Nabeel Mahdi Althabhawi · 3 weeks ago
Every law student when first introduced to the elements of criminal culpability would have been told a person’s motive is irrelevant. Early on in the course, we were thought to distinguish between criminal intention (which ...
Everything Progressives Want, While Reducing Taxes, Balancing the Budget, and Systematically Paying Down the National Debt!
By Rick Osbourne · 3 weeks ago
Does this sound impossible? Inconceivable? Totally nuts? If so, check out the following scenario. And when you’re done reading see if you’ve changed your mind about what’s possible and what's impossible. According to a Federal ...
Just Imagine…330 Million Economically Productive American Citizens!
By Rick Osbourne · 3 weeks ago
The US currently has a total population of about 330 million people including approximately 73 million children under the age of 18. There are over 46 million retired people. And there are 8 million disabled ...
Legal Pluralism in Malaysia
By Nurul Akmal Azerin & Nabeel Mahdi Althabhawi · 4 weeks ago
In 1957 when Malaysia achieved its independence, Islam was declared as the religion of state but other religion can still be practised in peace and harmony. Even though Islam is the religion of state, Islamic ...
Halloween Fun
By Charlene Harvey-Gallant · 1 week ago
There are plenty of ways to get into the Halloween spirit. Here are 13 ideas that will help you welcome the spookiest time of the year! 1) Make your own Halloween decorations A great way ...
Inner-Peace in the Global Education System: Building Sustainable Well-being and Better Living Environment
By Bivash Panday · 2 weeks ago
The fundamental components of sustainable well-being, and a peaceful environment is the protection of people against threats to life, health, livelihood, personal safety, and human dignity. The concept of well-being and a peaceful environment is ...
Bernie Would Be President Today If He Had Endorsed Economic Democracy Over Democratic Socialism
By Rick Osbourne · 1 month ago
Words matter. And in the vocabulary of many Americans the word Socialism is a dirty word. In that light, when a politician runs for the Presidency of the United States and describes himself as a ...
How to win Girls heart.
By Donald Kwabla · 4 weeks ago
Allow me to concede that the title of this program, 'Open Her Legs' is mind-inciting and it stirs contemplations of many folks. In case you are searching for the ideal strides on the best way ...
Attaining success through Positive abnormality
By Paul Chukwuka Ogboi · 4 weeks ago
There are two types of abnormalities, We have positive and negative. Positive abnormalities: not conforming to rule or system; deviating from type) aberrant, anomalous, atypical, exceptional, extraordinary, irregular, preternatural, strange, unusual. When you dive into ...
5 companies with environmental responsibility
By Gustavo Copelmayer · 1 month ago
5 companies with environmental responsibility By Gustavo Copelmayer In response to climate change, companies that want to be successful should not only think about the economic benefits. It is vital that they take responsibility for ...
Economic Emancipation VS Wage Slavery in the USA
By Rick Osbourne · 2 months ago
If you own enough wealth producing capital assets such as land, buildings, machinery, patents, copyrights, stocks, or bonds YOUR MONEY IS WORKING FOR YOU and it’s probably producing a stream of capital income from which ...
The Greatest Indian Takeaway
By Anny Plummer · 2 months ago
Taking away chow To Go, food bought ready to eat and take home, extends across delights sourced from many countries, not least of those is India. So, what do you reckon? Is Tandoori the greatest ...
Ethics and us
By David Nwakire · 1 month ago
Ассоrding tо Eрiсurus, hаррiness is а fоrm оf рleаsure аnd аll things аre tо be dоne fоr the sаke оf the рleаsаntness thаt соmes аssосiаted with it. In this sense, we see Eрiсurus' view аs ...
The Many Faces of Anger
By June Stepansky · 2 months ago
Recently we saw the expression of long held anger by large numbers of people of different races and ethnicities explode in our country. When anger is suppressed for long periods of time, the lack of ...
Negotiation etiquette: why conspicuous body armor can make negotiations difficult. The opinion of owner of "Demidov Armor"
By Martin Davis · 2 months ago
An owner of the atelier just moved to the capital for business in the line of selling body armor. The atelier is named “Demidov Armor” and has now an outlet in the capital. The clients ...
Why Scouting Needs Mouth to Mouth!
By Joseph Shope · 2 months ago
In 1927 a community in Southern Indiana gathered together by various churches and religious organizations; and all pitched in and created Camp Tunnel Mill. They were so excited to get a Boy Scouts of America ...
LOVE AS A STRONG FEELING.
By Clara Nneka Ezeojih · 3 months ago
Love is that constant attraction we have towards someone. It is also a deep feeling we have for something or someone. Love is that strong, intense, deep and affectionate feeling that can right all wrong ...
STRONG RELATIONSHIP TIPS
By Clara Nneka Ezeojih · 3 months ago
Keeping a relationship isn’t easy you need to do a lot of work, putting efforts to make the relationship work. Being in a relationship requires a lot of patience, good communication skills, affection, trust etc. ...