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Us Condemns Brutal Murder of Japan Hostage by Isis

by Vanity Press News in Government, January 26, 2015

US condemns “brutal murder” of Japan hostage by IS: Obama.

We are Not Just There at Christmas!

by nadinesimone in Government, January 19, 2015

The Salvation Army, Caring For The Old and Vulnerable, Providing Shelter to The Homeless, Age UK Who Will be There to Advise, Comfort, and Support.

What is The Effect of Regime Type (Authoritarian or Democratic) on Economic Performance?

by Justice Pretorius in Government, January 12, 2015

It has been accepted for a long time that the type of government, diplomatic or authoritarian has a direct impact on the economic stability of a country but exactly how much difference does it make?

How to Become a CIA Agent?

by swanaung in Government, January 12, 2015

In order to become a CIA Agent of the United States, applicants must be in military backgrounds or business the ages must be between 26 to 35 years.

Thousands of Puerto Ricans Visit Expo for Us Move

by Vanity Press News in Government, January 9, 2015

Thousands of Puerto Ricans visit expo for US move.

Health Alert: New Year’s Resolutions Can be Good for Your Health

by Jeff Martinez in Government, January 9, 2015

New Year’s resolutions put people in a positive mindset, thus leading to increased self-confidence, higher self-esteem, and other positive health outcomes.

My First Visit to Rohtas Fort – Pakistan

by M.Nadeem in Government, December 2, 2014

See the beauty of the Pakistan’s historical places through my eyes.

Deflection of Asteroids with E-mag Accelerators & Obama-reagan Force Doctrine

by Gary C Gibson in Government, October 6, 2014

Deflecting incoming asteroids with the capacity to impact Earth and destroy life on Earth requires forethought and an advanced state of technological readiness. Fortunately the Reagan-Obama fiscal conservative approach to war enabled the application of technology developed within the D.O.D. to space defense applications. With new political will development of electro-magnetic mass drivers that could be used as reaction engines to move asteroids on collision course with Earth could be innovated.

How Much Should You Save in a TSP?

by sarahheller in Government, September 6, 2014

Once you’ve decided to save money in a TSP, the first question you probably asked yourself was how much to save. While the answer is different for everyone, the following guidelines are a good place to start.

Ban Ki-moon Should Protect His Name and Reputation Against Hoaxers

by pruelpo in Government, August 5, 2014

The whole world knows that Ban Ki-Moon is the eight and current Secretary-General of the United Nations, after succeeding Kofi Annan in 2007. Before becoming Secretary-General, Ban Ki-Moon was a career diplomat in South Korea’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and in the United Nations. Now his name and authority is being used and abused by these hoaxers scamming people around the world. The real Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-Moon should protect his name and reputation against hoaxers.

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