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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.

Why Affirmative Action Doomed American Unionism & Soviet Communism

by Gary C Gibson in Government, August 3, 2014

The 1964 civil rights act and the following period of affirmative action doomed American labor unionism and communism in the former Soviet Union. Here’s a brief sketch why…

U.S. Government Can’t Govern Corporations or Mexican Border Very Well

by Gary C Gibson in Government, August 2, 2014

The U.S. Democrat party leadership’s primary political purpose is to enrich themselves using kickbacks on select issues to buy votes. It isn’t notably a nationalist party hungry to let the ordinary people prosper. The people need to rely in Republicans for that, and hence the people are without adequate representation. President Obama’s failure to secure the Mexican border and create millions of gallons of freshwater to defend against global warming agriculture loss in the S.W. exemplify the turn away from service to the nation for service to bank accounts.

United Nations, Part Six

by ChasHall in Government, July 30, 2014

Part Six on the United Nations.

United Nations, Part Five

by ChasHall in Government, July 30, 2014

Part five on the United Nations.

Abuse of Freedom and Power in Democracies

by krishnaswamy2011 in Government, July 29, 2014

This writing discusses the current notions of how freedoms and powers can be abused in a democracy.

Terrorism and Failure of The Nigerian Government

by ayoolapeters in Government, July 27, 2014

This article highlights the passive nature of the Nigerian government in its fight against terrorism.

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