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Why I sidestep politics to teach climate science Science Magazine
'I think this is all going to blow up': Witness says EU ambassador was running 'domestic political errand' - CNN
'I think this is all going to blow up': Witness says EU ambassador was running 'domestic political errand' CNN
How to make a difference in politics, using money The Washington Post
Campaigns Pressure Facebook to Stay Put on Political Ads The New York Times
Obama Moves Off Political Sidelines, Earlier Than He Expected The New York Times
The Spin: Illinois politics, a federal probe and Irish code Chicago Tribune
Politics Podcast: Sondland Ties Trump And Top Administration Officials To Quid Pro Quo - FiveThirtyEight
Politics Podcast: Sondland Ties Trump And Top Administration Officials To Quid Pro Quo FiveThirtyEight
Politics stymied local environmental reforms: Paradise Squandered takeaways Part 5 - Pensacola News Journal
Politics stymied local environmental reforms: Paradise Squandered takeaways Part 5 Pensacola News Journal
China wants to ‘take over’ Australian politics, former spy chief warns South China Morning Post
The politics of Madison now entering the tourism area Milwaukee Business Journal
The Grocery Store Where Produce Meets Politics The New Yorker
How Elizabeth Warren Misread the Politics of Health Care The American Prospect
Challenger Benny Gantz fails to form Israeli government, deepening political crisis - The Washington Post
Challenger Benny Gantz fails to form Israeli government, deepening political crisis The Washington Post
Week In Politics NPR
Elise Stefanik says Democrats' 'crumbling' impeachment inquiry 'reeks of political desperation' - Fox News
Elise Stefanik says Democrats' 'crumbling' impeachment inquiry 'reeks of political desperation' Fox News
The complicated politics of vaping The Washington Post
Quiz: the Guardian general election memory test The Guardian
Trump Officials Meet With Libyan Politician Aligned With Opposition 'Strongman' In Potential Policy Shift - Defense One
Trump Officials Meet With Libyan Politician Aligned With Opposition 'Strongman' In Potential Policy Shift Defense One
The politics of pop culture Al Jazeera English
The Political Week in Photos Bloomberg
‘No One Believes Anything’: Voters Worn Out by a Fog of Political News The New York Times
Israel's Political Crisis Deepens After Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Indictment on Corruption Charges - Foreign Policy
Israel's Political Crisis Deepens After Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Indictment on Corruption Charges Foreign Policy
What Quakers Can Teach Us About the Politics of Pronouns The New York Times
The Trouble With Identity Politics The New York Times
Americans' Views on Religion in Society, Politics | Pew Research Center - Pew Research Center's Religion and Public Life Project
Americans' Views on Religion in Society, Politics | Pew Research Center Pew Research Center's Religion and Public Life Project
When most of us stop caring about politics, the extremists run amok The Dallas Morning News
The Billionaire President Harvard Political Review
Slow but Steady Wins the Race Harvard Political Review
Politics Podcast: The Public Impeachment Hearings Begin FiveThirtyEight
Is Politics a War of Ideas or of Us Against Them? The New York Times
Youth movements are the fool’s gold of politics Economist - Portugal
Between impeachment and the election, politics is literally on a split screen The Washington Post
Did Russia interfere in Brexit?: An unpublished report roils U.K. politics before election - The Washington Post
Did Russia interfere in Brexit?: An unpublished report roils U.K. politics before election The Washington Post
President Trump is Alienating Young Conservatives Harvard Political Review
Youth Political Engagement and Hope Ahead of the 2020 Election Harvard Political Review
Roger Stone Is Convicted of Impeding Investigators in a Bid to Protect Trump The New York Times
People are fine with elites as long as they aren’t politicians The Washington Post
Politics Podcast: About Buttigieg … And That Iowa Poll FiveThirtyEight
Small, prolific group of tweeters create most US tweets on politics Pew Research Center
When Book Deals Get Politicians Into Hot Water The New York Times
Trump’s Choice: National Security or Political Obsession The New York Times
Labour manifesto: what it says and what it means The Guardian
The 2020 Democratic Debates Come to Atlanta, Signalling Georgia’s New Political Importance - The New Yorker
The 2020 Democratic Debates Come to Atlanta, Signalling Georgia’s New Political Importance The New Yorker
Political cartoons: Trump impeachment hearings The Mercury News
Politics is for Power, Not Consumption Boston Review
Son of Immigrants, Next American Leader? Harvard Political Review
Beware of Texas politicians bearing home-brewed arithmetic The Texas Tribune
The Political Gabfest on a bombshell impeachment hearing, the Democratic debate, and Stephen Miller's white nationalism. - Slate
The Political Gabfest on a bombshell impeachment hearing, the Democratic debate, and Stephen Miller's white nationalism. Slate
Dissent Erupts at Facebook Over Hands-Off Stance on Political Ads The New York Times
Universal Background Checks Have Near Universal Youth Support Harvard Political Review
What We’ve Learned From Hill’s and Holmes’s Impeachment Testimonies The New York Times
Maximizing Efficiency at Our Airports
Our Airports have excess capacity, which is not being used due to the fact that many airliners sit during the nighttime and fly during the day. This is only one problem we have that can be solved through better optimization. You can go to any large airport in this country and see how few aircraft are taking off in the middle of the night.
Liquidity or Liquidation
Large parts of the world today suffer from a severe liquidity crisis. The famed globalization of the capital markets seems to confine itself, ever more, to the richer parts, the more liquid exchanges, the more affluent geopolitical neighbourhoods. The fad of "emerging economies" has all but died out. Try telling the Macedonians about global capital markets: last year, the whole world invested 8 million USD in their poor country. Breadwinners earn 300 DM a month on average. Officially, in excess of one third of the workforce is unemployed. Small wonder that people do not pay their bills, employers do not pay salaries, the banking system has a marked tendency to crash every now and then and the average real default rate is 50%.
FTC Fixing SPAM?
Is the Federal Trade Commission really stopping SPAM? Is the FTC and all of our tax dollars doing any good reducing SPAM? Why do we even bother to pretend? Did the FTC assume that its publicity alone would scare the spammers into quitting? The FTC is quite arrogant in that case. They spent over a year having meetings trying to define what SPAM actually was; then when we ask for a progress report as the SPAM had increased they say: "We are working on it, we need to redefine SPAM." Why? Well so they can make their cases stick? As if lawsuits will help? You see folks the FTC is as impotent as the Viagra SPAM we get each day. The FTC is still to this day debating with themselves what a commercial e-mail is? CAN-SPAM Act was an utter disappointment. Once again it proves the government does nothing very well.
George Bush and the Iraq War - Down on Downing Street
You, the reader, should be aware of my affluence of love for literature in all its forms, for instance: the novel, the novella, the short story, the poem, and the comic strip - which, in its own right, is a literary and creative milestone tantamount in importance to Shakespeare.
Using More Trees to Reduce Atmospheric CO2
As global warming continues to escalate the concerns of today's scientists, the federal government has been spending millions in research in an attempt to reduce greenhouse emissions, the substance that has been credited with the increase in planet temperature since the beginning of the 20th century.
Political Lobbying & Biblical Aspects of the Mid-East Crisis
1) IS HAVING A DEMOCRACY MORE EFFECTIVE IN ADDRESSING POLITICAL CONCERNS?
Cloning; The Possibilities and Advantages of Thought Swapping
We can all see the issues involved in the cloning debate, which go much deeper than religion; the real debate has to do with evolutions process of a self-replicating organic machine, human beings, and the future of science and the species. There will be power shifts in economic status amongst ruling elite, political families, etc along with issues of entanglement, connected brains and communication abilities in the future. Discussing issues with individuals or entire groups of clones will be done with telepathic thought transfer, which will definitely be beneficial to the group dynamics and forward progression.
China Finds Humans to Test Bird Flu Vaccine On, in Qinghai
China is serious about breaking into the bio-tech field and has a vaccine to stop H5N1 Bird Flu strain. Recently they admitted over 160 people died and today they now admit it was actually 460 people. 13,000 birds have been incinerated and this is only in the Western Province of Qinghai; there is also an outbreak in Southern China too.
Is America Bankrupt?
The US Dollar has been falling continuously in last year. The Euro, not so long ago worth 82 cents, is now at $1.27 - this is a gain of more than 40 percent in a very short time. The same goes for the Aussie Dollar: from 50 US cents to 77 US cents (that's almost 50 percent up). Gold, which was trading at less than $300 per ounce for years, is now long past the $400 mark. What is happening to the greenback?
Trade Wars, China and Over Regulation At Home
We are seeing some trade wars brewing as American trade deficits mount and the money flows moving to China. We see OPEC manipulating our supply a tad and China's thirst for oil increasing, thus furthering the supply issues. We must keep our trading partners and play on a balanced field to keep peace in the world. When playing fields are tiled feathers get ruffled and history shows the unfortunate possibilities that can ensue.
Federal Trade Commission Will Not Monitor MLM Companies
Having been to every city in the country over the population of 10,000 in the last four years I have been noticing a trend. I have seen Multi-Level Marketing folks hard selling their business opportunities in public presentations. Listening to these sales pitches in nearly every coffee shop I have step foot and stayed for more than one hour; it is now obvious to me that these MLM people are making at least 25,000 to 40,000 of these presentations per day in public places. This estimate includes presentations being made at college campus dorms and at dinner tables at private homes and residences. During these meetings these MLM sales people say things like they are doing 'Private Franchising', never mentioning the words; Multi-Level Marketing, which many consumers are onto now. Instead they use the more well respected name of "Franchising" but franchising is a legal definition and is nothing close to what they are peddling.
Fuel Prices and Trucking; A Reality Check On What Drives America
It appears we are having a terrible situation with the diesel fuel prices in the US. It is affecting everything, since everything we buy is shipped by train or truck and most of the times both. We have artificial fuel price manipulation and large trucking companies operating at less than 3% margins. We have seen 100s of medium size trucking companies file bankruptcy and 1000s of small companies file as well between 1999 and 2002 and we appear to be headed for another round here in 2005. This is causing problems in the used truck sales market. We have noticed this affect with used trucks on this market it is affecting new truck sales right after several major mergers. There have been lay offs at all large trucking company manufacturers. Employees from Volvo, Peterbuilt, Daimler Chrysler who have been laid off, some have hired back a few due to the emissions rules and need for cleaner trucks and also trucks which are more efficient. The efficiency saved at these fuel prices will nearly pay the additional costs of the payments and truck manufacturers intend to capitalize on that fact.
Companies, Consumer and Cost of Fuel
Which companies are most affected by fuel? Who really bears the increase in fuel costs? How much do they pass on? What companies are most prone to cost increases due to shear volumes of usage?
Thune Republicans: Sudden Friends of the Working Person?
The Right's defense of John Thune in the Dan Nelson/MetaBank MetaGate intrigue has taken an odd twist: the Daschlistas lost people their jobs at DNA.
Joseph Campbell - Permanent Human Values
At the start of the US involvement in WWII Joseph Campbell was put in the position of having to defend culture and truth rather than go along with the crazed nationalism and outright invasion of so many public institutions through all manner of propaganda. He ended up being accused of being a Nazi by many who should have known better. The Bollingen Foundation was backed by Mellon family money and it sought to establish an integrative disciplinary approach including the mystical precepts of Mircae Eliade and Carl Jung. It was a truly good effort that still brings culture and Brotherhood values through the many books they published. Their efforts at Eranos deserve close attention for any scholar seeking to understand the positive side of the old-money families or elites. I wonder if the Elite sometimes do demonstrate a beneficent paternalism when I see these good efforts. The speech that follows stands as true or truer today, than when he gave it to the ladies at Sarah Lawrence College, where he was a professor.
Political Correctness got you down?
I hear it all the time; you can't say that. But why not, I just did you see? Besides it's the truth isn't it? They say; "well yes, it is the truth, but you cannot say that!" Do you sometimes believe it is all a bunch of crap? We have the PC police running around telling you what you can and cannot say now? Wow, I know there is a law about how you are to do just about everything you do, but now we have unspoken laws about things you cannot speak of and it is all a big secret? And do not ask what these things are you cannot even mention it. Really? What about normal human interaction and conversation? Oh and before I continue another one of my "Rants from Lance" series here there is a good book you should read, well actually a couple of them. Okay let's begin with a book I just finished reading;
Global Initiative of Electronic Commerce Taxation; Guiding Principles for Pakistan
1. United States of America (USA)
A Look Ahead to 2008 (Part II)
Last week, I began my look ahead to the 2008 presidential campaign with the potential Republican candidates. Today, I will continue by taking a look at the potential Democratic candidates. Among them are New York Senator and former First Lady Hillary Clinton, former Vice President Al Gore, New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, Indiana Senator Evan Bayh, Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack, former Vermont Governor Howard Dean, North Carolina Senator John Edwards, Illinois Senator-elect Barack Obama, Nevada Senator Harry Reid, and Virginia Governor Mark Warner.
Proven Risk Youth Vs At-Risk & High-Risk Youth
In the fields of juvenile justice policy and programming, there are certain terms that are used to describe target populations. In terms of youth who are prone to illegal and illicit acts, the two terms that are most commonly used are at-risk youth and high-risk youth. The former term is generally associated with youth who come from lower-income, urban, single-mother backgrounds. High-risk youth is a label used to categorize and describe youth who share the following characteristics:
UAV Targets, Aerial Dog Fights, Interception, Future of War Intelligence
The UAV, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle is hear to stay and they are rapidly replacing the glory days of the fighter pilot and soon, there will be no humans in military aircraft flying the planes. Here is a quick overview of UAVs and all the new types. Hopefully these few links can catch you up on the subject to understand the future of these units.
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