Politics

Learning More About Latin America's Rich Culture

By: Xavier Santana | Nov 29, 2012 When you are living in the Latin American location, you are living in a land rich in historical past and tradition. This location had created a name in the historical past of America and serves for both educational purposes and encouragement to those people who read it, most specifically the students.

Prepared to face no-confidence motion: Congress

By: Sophie Adams | Nov 21, 2012 Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee Saturday introduced that her party brings a no-confidence motion from the UPA government during the cold month’s session of parliament. The Congress downplayed the move, saying the federal government has majority within the Lok Sabha.

David Petraeus scandal: Jill Kelley and Paula Broadwell are the CIA director’s mistresses (Pictures)

By: John Stevens | Nov 14, 2012 David Petraeus resigned from his post as CIA Director on Friday (November 9, 2012) after confessing to an affair with his biographer Paula Broadwell.

Barack Obama & Michelle Obama: The First Couple's public kisses through the years

By: John Stevens | Nov 8, 2012 U.S. President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama seemed not to be shy as they showed their love and affection for one another in public.

Barack Obama’s daughters Sasha and Malia Obama in pictures

By: John Stevens | Nov 8, 2012 Barack Obama is not only successful in his political career but also lucky in his personal life as he enjoys a happy family with two adorable daughters Sasha, 11, and Malia Ann, 14. The U.S.

Tagg Romney: Mitt Romney's eldest son doesn’t like it when President Barack Obama calls his dad “a liar”

By: Mary Rose | Oct 22, 2012 Tagg Romney, the eldest son of GOP nominee Mitt Romney, had an interview with North Carolina radio host Bill Lumaye on Wednesday (October 17, 2012).

Obama: Why Many Think He Deserves a Second Term.

By: Mark Presta | Oct 20, 2012 Explaining in detail why Barack Obama deserves another four years in office. Analyses of how any change in administration at this juncture would be a disaster for the American people.

Stabilization of Russian Political Environment via Formation of New Constitution

By: Cherry Blosom | Sep 19, 2012 Russian politics has started under the framework of federal republication of semi-president of Russia. According to Russian constitution, President of Russia is considered as head of state and that of multi-party system incorporating executive power to be exercised by Prime Minister and his government. Prime Minister is actually appointed by Russian president, but only by obtaining approval from P

Military Organization: Intelligence

By: John Diaz | Sep 6, 2012 The military has a requirement that comes as a fairly basic need for the military to identify the possible military threats, sometimes expressed as danger of military action, a military challenge, or a military risk, a concept in military intelligence that identifies an imminent capability for use of military force in resolving diplomatic or economic disputes, it may be called upon to face.

Paul Ryan’s wife Janna Little comes from a politically minded family

By: John Stevens | Aug 16, 2012 Janna Little Ryan, wife of the newly named Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan, grew up in a family deeply rooted in Democratic politics in the small town of Madill, Oklahoma.
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