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What's Right About Nebraska:How the Democrats Lost the Heart of American Populism

What's Right About Nebraska:How the Democrats Lost the Heart of American Populism

Liberal Democrats dont get it.Americas book ends dont get it.Move-on.org, Al Franken, the good doctor from Vermont, along with Barbara Streisand, are convinced it's coming right at them, and it's high time George Soros kicked in another $Billion in order to defeat it.Thomas Frank's po
Urban Renewal and Government Tax Receipts

Urban Renewal and Government Tax Receipts

Currently due to higher oil prices sales tax receipts are up and this helps governments with more money to spend to revitalize our cities and towns and better our infrastructure. Let us hope they use it wisely. One very good use of these monies is to insure the future economic vitality of down town
What Materials Were Used for Mesopotamian Daggers?

What Materials Were Used for Mesopotamian Daggers?

During the 20th century, Westerners' interest in ancient Near Eastern civilizations increased as archaeologists unearthed archaic artifacts. Many Mesopotamian civilizations, including those in Sumer, Akkad, Canaan, Syria and Lebanon likely survived as agricultural communities, but evidence of wides
The Proper Display of the United States Flag

The Proper Display of the United States Flag

Displaying the American flag properly shows respect to what the flag represents and to the country's history. The U.S. Congress has set forth guidelines for proper display of the American flag.
What Are the Benefits of Advertising Online?

What Are the Benefits of Advertising Online?

Online advertising makes up about 9 percent of all advertising in the United States, according to the Journal of Economic Perspectives. Advertising services commonly deliver online advertisements in the form of banner or pay-per-click text ads. Evaluate the benefits of online advertising...
Top 10 Most Remarkable 2010 Midterm Election Results

Top 10 Most Remarkable 2010 Midterm Election Results

My, what a difference two years make! Namely, a 50% jump in the unemployment rate, a tripling of the federal budget, and a tenfold increase in the annual deficit. But who's counting? Behold the 10 most remarkable outcomes from yesterday's historic midterm elections:
How to Sign a Proof of Service by Mail

How to Sign a Proof of Service by Mail

Proof of service by mail is a form signed by a third party not connected to a legal action who is mailing the documents for someone else, perhaps an employer or friend. The third party will be sending the documents using the U.S. Postal Service instead of a courier or process server. There is more t
Penny for Your Thoughts - Political Fund Raising

Penny for Your Thoughts - Political Fund Raising

To cry "I lost because I did not have enough money" is the easy way out. True, the candidate with the most money usually wins.But quality candidates, through smart money management, astute strategy, and cost effective use of the media can overcome this gap.
Nothing Is Too Big to Fail or Too Broken to Fix

Nothing Is Too Big to Fail or Too Broken to Fix

America is in a position to fail as a nation. If you look deeper than issues such as over-spending and over-regulating, there is a sickness which tolerates corruption that will destroy our country unless it is dealt with. If America fails, no one will bail her out. She is not too big to fail.
Who Was the First Woman to Become an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court?

Who Was the First Woman to Become an Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court?

In October 1981, the U.S. Supreme Court achieved a historic first, beginning its annual session with its first female associate justice, Sandra Day O'Connor of Arizona. Appointed by President Ronald Reagan, Justice O'Connor served on the court for nearly 25 years, where she developed a reputation as
How Is a Caucus Different Than a Primary?

How Is a Caucus Different Than a Primary?

During election cycles in the United States' democratic political system, caucuses and primaries become prevalent topics in conversation. Both the caucus and the primary are important events in the initial stage of an election. These procedures are held at the local and state level. Candidates and c
Political Gridlock In Washington

Political Gridlock In Washington

The article examines the reason why nothing can get done in government in Washington and looks at the effects of the gridlock between the Congress and the President. Both institutions are controlled by different parties and because of Republican obstructionism are unable to compromise like what happ
How To Become A Politician

How To Become A Politician

Politicians occupy a very special place in our society. As voters, we choose them to make the rules that we all have to live by, and as taxpayers, we trust them to take some of our money and spend it in a way that benefits us all. It's perhaps unsurprising then, that being a politician is not l
The Death of FrankenMcCain's Monster

The Death of FrankenMcCain's Monster

For years Senator McCain had a tenuous relationship with the conservatives.Sure, we supported him when we could and we respected and honored the great things he had done such as serving his country honorably in Vietnam and for which he suffered immensely.But when it came down to it most of us kept h
So Much for All Those Wonderful Alternative Energy Jobs We Were Promised?

So Much for All Those Wonderful Alternative Energy Jobs We Were Promised?

Well, by now it's obvious that the alternative energy future is not going to provide us with all the energy we need in this decade or the 4 million jobs that were promised by the Obama Administration. In fact, I almost believe that it was somewhat unethical to make those promises, because there
How to Make a Mini Statue of Liberty

How to Make a Mini Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty may be the most famous American landmark. Greeting immigrants entering the country through New York since 1886, the monument was a gift from France. The inscription on the tablet is July 4, 1776, written in roman numerals. The famous quote often associated with the statue is ac
Cool Election Poster Ideas

Cool Election Poster Ideas

Sometimes drawing attention to your political campaign or your candidate means coming up with an attention-grabbing idea. Political campaigns often are seen as boring to many, so coming up with ideas that get these individuals involved in the process can be rewarding. Here's how to get started with
US Budget Balancing and Deficit

US Budget Balancing and Deficit

In the next 10 years the deficit was set to nearly double. Now I know that the big theme right now is that most Americans are calling for spending cuts. The thing I don't think most people realize is, the spending cuts needed to come anywhere near balancing the budget are much more than what&ap
Definition of Progressive Liberalism

Definition of Progressive Liberalism

Progressive Liberalism is a form of political thought and strategic governance that has its origins in the 16th century. It is a left-leaning political ideology that combines notions of individual liberty with government intervention to reform public life. It is basially the idea that liberalism sho
Implausible Deniability

Implausible Deniability

The concept of "plausible deniability" has a long history in American intelligence. How plausible is it that American spies monitored friendly state leaders for years, and never told the president?