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Political Opinion and Political Truth

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 Lora Davis (April 10, 2018)  The fact is that all of the political news sites out there are extreme and biased to one degree or another but, it is still vitally important that we, as American citizens, stay up to date to the best of our ability on all of the issues out there. Otherwise, we cannot make informed political decisions when it comes time to vote. My best advice to you is to read as much as you can from .. (Politics)

Mounir Majidi and his dream of vibrant and prosperous Morocco

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 Ayan Biswas (December 10, 2012)  Morocco has been in the limelight for many years now due to its rapid progress and growth in diverse fields and one person has been instrumental in its all round socio-economic development and he is undoubtedly Mr Majidi. Being a Director of the Secretariat of the crown King His Majesty, he has played a crucial role in nurturing the youth and sporting talent of this country. Under his .. (Politics)

Up-Liftment of the Entire Nation of Morocco in Its Every Aspect

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 Ayan Biswas (November 22, 2012)  Due to the strong will-power and leadership skills, the nation of Morocco enhanced to a remarkable extent. All the citizens viewed a revolutionary change in its every aspect, which proved extremely beneficial for them. Mr. Mounir Majidi supported in the development of the new era, altering the economic condition of the nation of Morocco. He was exclusively responsible for the .. (Politics)

I Just Don’t Get It?

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 Glen Moberly (November 02, 2012)  I would not call myself a news junkie, but I do keep myself well informed. I get my news from both the Internet and the television, and I do look at multiple sources. I have a master’s degree and I have been in the Information Technology field for over 20 years. So I base my decisions on facts, not on what someone says about something. I know how to use the Internet to perform .. (Politics)

current usa news|Business News Stories

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 Sharmila Biswas (October 12, 2012)  For the past decade the common news scenario in the US was restricted to newspapers covering the morning and afternoon news. The growth of news outlets and the evolution of media have reached the point of over-saturation of late, and this has increased the importance and dependence on online news platforms. Newspaper offices have shared their concern over decreasing circulation of .. (Politics)

Custom Made Fundraising Bands for Political Campaigns

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 Billie Jean Bateson (August 21, 2012)  Run a successful political campaign: Classified under the category of most challenging and exhausting activity, running a successful political campaign needs 12+ hour long work days for a few months. It creates a huge amount of stress and pressure; on the other hand nothing can eliminate the stress of the countdown to Election Day. It is an undeniable fact, that the proper organization . (Politics)

Campaign Brochure: Make the most of it

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 Ron Fox (June 29, 2012)  Campaign Brochure is good item for promotion during an election campaign. It serves important purpose to display your political agenda to the voters. Campaign Brochure generally is the first promotional document which is forwarded to voters during election campaign. It is therefore important that a campaign brochure should leave an effective impression on your voters. It is very common . (Politics)

Political Email Campaign: Make yourself heard to your voters

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 Ron Fox (June 05, 2012)  Email campaigning for your political campaign should be effective in a way that you are able to extract maximum from your expenses on email campaign. It is estimated that around 50% of email subscribers share political emails within their contacts. It therefore becomes essential that your campaign manager markets your political campaign making most from this tool. Email messages of any . (Politics)

Tips for Effective Robocalls Campaign

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 Ron Fox (May 14, 2012)  Robocalls are an easy, reliable and cheap method to reach target voters. Most candidates use it as a last minute get-out-the-vote call and frequently don't give as much attention to content as they should. Plan your robocalls or they can work against you. Robocalls should also be used early in a campaign to survey voters on their perception of you as a candidate, their position on .. (Politics)

Alison-Madueke Bags Howard University Centennial Achievement Award

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 Joseph Utaka (May 08, 2012)  The Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke, over the weekend declared that Nigeria's oil industry has the potential to alleviate global supply issues if fully developed to assume its natural role as a major strategic lever in the global economic and security space. Mrs. Alison- Madueke hinted that in the years ahead Nigeria will expand its Liquefied Natural Gas .. (Politics)

Vaiko - The Politician From Tamil Nadu

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 Suhaina Mazhar (March 23, 2012)  Vai. Gopalsamy was born into a Telugu speaking Kamma Naidu family in Kallingapatti in Madras presidency. He's an attorney by learning and had been a part of Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam until he had a trouble with it and began his own political party Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam called as MDMK. He is a voracious speaker and possesses the power of drawing huge crowd any place he .. (Politics)

How Anna Hazare Evolved To become A True Leader?

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 Suhaina Mazhar (February 18, 2012)  A leader was born in the title of Kisan Baburao Hazare on fifteen June, 1937 in a very small village in the vicinity of, Bombay state now acknowledged as Maharashtra state in India. He was born to Baburao Hazare who was an unskilled worker at the Ayurveda ashram pharmacy. He had 6 young children and therefore easy running of the household was obviously a tough job for his father. Hazare . (Politics)

Indian Politician A. Raja And Incorrect use Of Political power

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 Suhaina Mazhar (February 17, 2012)  Andimuthu Raja was born in Perumbalur, in Tamil Nadu, India. This young politician became a member of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam political party and is a member of the Lok Sabha. Being a part of the 15th Lok Sabha plus a member of the UPA he was made telecom minister for his time period at office. He had numerous accusations towards him. He was accused for providing the 2G spectrum .. (Politics)

Samajwadi Party releases its manifesto for Uttar Pradesh polls

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 Neil Jhonson (January 21, 2012)  SENIOR SAMAJWADI Party leader Prof Ram Gopal Yadav released the election manifesto of his party here in Lucknow on Friday. Former Uttar Pradesh chief minister and Samajwadi supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav and party’s Uttar Pradesh state president Akhilesh Yadav was also present on the occasion. Addressing the media on the occasion, Prof Ram Gopal Yadav told pressmen that his party .. (Politics)

Sonia Gandhi - A lady Of Vitality And Ability!

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 Suhaina Mazhar (January 11, 2012)  It truly is hard to expect that an Italian born lady will probably once end up being the face of the region, of India a long way away from her birth spot and reaching this sort of incredible accomplishment. This is simply not a thing that any people may have and more notably manage for such a long while. Being born in the small hamlet in Italy Sonia Gandhi is currently the Leader of the . (Politics)

Mitt Romney, once upon a time in Mexico

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 Joe Bit (November 30, 2011)  Colonia Juarez, Chihuaha Mexico. Dozens of Mitt Romney relatives are living in this small valley about 200 kilometers southwest of Ciudad Juarez, surrounded by orchards and the most feared drug traffickers in Mexico. Like Mitt, the Romney in Mexico are the descendants of Miles Park Romney, Mitt's great-grandfather who came to the desert of Chihuahua in 1885 fleeing the EU ban against .. (Politics)

Israel's Reaction to UNESCO's Palestinian Decision

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 Mark Tully (November 05, 2011)  The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization recently approved Palestine for membership. The United States responded by making moves to cut UNESCO's funding. Israel has reacted by denouncing UNESCO's decision and working to speed up its development in the West Bank. Israel just announced that they would accelerate the construction of homes beyond the pre-1967 .. (Politics)

Greece Will Burn, Then Rome

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 Mark Tully (November 02, 2011)  Prime Minister George Papandreou is helpless in the face of the impending Greek collapse. His government hs had serious issues approving a bailout plan. Several members of parliament in the Socialist Party rejected Papandreou's plan for a referendum on the bailout, signaling that his government might be in serious trouble. Financial markets reacted negatively, which is surprising only .. (Politics)

What Happens When One Side Doesn't Want to Play by the Rules?

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 Mark Tully (October 26, 2011)  The rules in question, of course, are those of liberal democracy: that discourse is the only viable political action and that discourse should never be used to undermine liberal democracy. Put another way, what do you do when someone uses free speech to advocate against free speech, or when people vote to end all voting? Questions such as these have been discussed in the abstract by .. (Politics)

The Foreign Imposition of Self-Determination Continues With Yemen

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 Mark Tully (October 22, 2011)  With Muammar Gaddafi's body in a Libyan meat freezer, the West has turned its attention toward other targets for freedom. Today, the United Nations has called on President Ali Abdullah Saleh to step down. They claimed that the security assaults on civilian forces were unacceptable human rights violations and that President Saleh should hand power over to a deputy. This narrative .. (Politics)

The West Continues in its Fanciful Belief That Individuals Matter

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 Mark Tully (October 21, 2011)  Muammar Gaddafi was reportedly killed this week in his home town of Sirte. Aside from the tame reactions of peace-loving liberals everywhere (i. e. the Reuters headline, “Gaddafi caught like ‘rat’ in a drain, humiliated and shot"), the West has done what the West is wont to do and declared victory. Iraqis, who were reminded of the elation after Saddam Hussein's death, .. (Politics)

Sandi Vito Talks about the Opportunity of Meeting Teen Volunteer Matt Cain

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 Lelouch Lambourne (September 22, 2011)  As Department of Labor and Industry Acting Secretary in Pennsylvania, Sandi Vito gets to meet different types of people from all walks of life. She is called often to meet with the heads of the state’s largest corporations as well as negotiate with union leaders from time to time. Her job definitely requires being able to interact with a wide variety of personalities, which is .. (Politics)

How Will the Affordable Care Act Affects Substance Abuse Specialists?

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 Kyle Lambert (August 28, 2011)  In March of 2010 President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act (ACA) into law. This law has wide ranging effects on the health care community, and especially on substance abuse professionals. Here we are going to have a look at one of the ways in which the ACA impacts substance abuse prevention professionals. One main feature about the ACA that has been widely discussed in health care . (Politics)

Text Of The Speech Of Rahul In Parliament

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 Amit Dhamija (August 27, 2011)  Text of speech by the Secretary General of the Congress Mr. Rahul Gandhi in the Lok Sabha today on the issue of corruption: Madam President, I was deeply saddened by the events of recent days. Many aspects of the situation caused me anxiety. We all know that corruption is widespread. It works on all levels. The poor can carry his burden heavier, but it is an affliction that all Indians . (Politics)

Text Of The Speech Of Gandhi In Parliament

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 Amit Dhamija (August 27, 2011)  Text of speech by the Secretary of the Congress in Lok Sabha Mr. Rahul Gandhi today on the issue of corruption: Madam President, I was deeply saddened by the events of recent days. Many aspects of the situation caused me anxiety. We all know that corruption is widespread. It works on all levels. The poor can carry his burden heavier, but it is an affliction that all Indians are .. (Politics)

Rick Perry for President of the United States?

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 Mark Tully (August 13, 2011)  It would not be the first nor likely the last time that American voters have cast their support behind a murderer. However, for their to be any economic recovery there must first be a spiritual recovery - now is the time to cast people like Rick Perry aside. In our bureaucratic age, it is very difficult to level responsibility for societal evil on any one person. There is always .. (Politics)

The impact of increased tuition fees on IT graduate jobs

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 Christopher Vella-bone (July 15, 2011)  Nobody has been able to escape the controversy surrounding the proposed increase in tuition fees. Many are apprehensive about what effect this will have on those looking to go to university in the future and how it will impact graduates and their ability to gain employment. What tuition fee increases have been implemented? The document containing the amounts that universities will .. (Politics)

What were the major bills sponsored by Rep. Lamar Smith

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 Deanie Canales (June 10, 2011)  Lamar Smith has been a member of the U. S. House of Representatives representing San Antonio and other parts of Texas since 1987. After the Republicans regained control of the House of Representatives in the 2010 mid-term federal elections, Smith was appointed chair of the House Judiciary Committee, recognizing the role he has played in sponsoring many important pieces of legislation. .. (Politics)

Current Wars Worldwide

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 Lynnette Thomas (March 16, 2011)  There are approximately 40 wars taking place concurrently according to a recent survey, even if some of them are ‘One Country involved in more than one conflict’. United States of America - involved in 4 Indonesia - 4 India - 3 Israel - 2 Pakistan – 2 Conflicts currently in progress include: Algeria Civil War 1992 -> Angola Cabinda 1975 -> Basque .. (Politics)

How Muburak Made His Billions

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 Lynnette Thomas (March 08, 2011)  The use of the Internet through the social network brought about the collapse of a government, while the ousted president and his family are believed to be valued at seventy billion, but just $5 billion was openly confirmed. Following the assassination of his boss in 1981, Anwar Sadat, Hosni Mubarak assumed the reins of power in Egypt and loudly proclaimed “Not to commit myself .. (Politics)

Reins Of Power Held By Hezbollah In Lebanon

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 Lynnette Thomas (February 24, 2011)  In Lebanon the demonstrations became violent with many people injured, when thousands took to the streets. They were protesting against the decision for a Hezbollah-backed politician form a new government. In their opinion the protestors believed Iran and Syria were taking over Lebanon. A Shi’ite Muslim organization, the Hezbollah, put up a billionaire businessman as a candidate .. (Politics)

Paul Solomon weighs in on the Arizona shooting

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 Paul Solomon (January 10, 2011)  The news spread quickly. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was fighting for her life after a deranged gunman went on a rampage in a scene that is becoming all too familiar in this age of mass shootings and homegrown terrorists. The shooting in Arizona left six people dead, including a federal judge and a nine-year-old girl. The Virginia Tech shooting in 2007 sparked intense debate about gun .. (Politics)

Political Debate for Political Minds

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 Khan Gee (November 30, 2010)  International Politics is a significant study in political science. With the help of engaging International debate, you can sharpen your knowledge and understanding regarding this field. You can get all those required expertise using such type of politics. In International politics, only two types of tenets constructivism theories are accepted, if we take the first, the primarily .. (Politics)

Baba Ramdev Known For Herbal Medicines And Yoga Challenge For the Rich Corrupt

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 Gaurav Virk (October 04, 2010)  Who is Swami Ramdev, world renowned yoga and herbal medicine guru in India and now his new political party-Bharat Swabhiman who intend to contest all seats in Parliament of India in the next election? What is its purpose and how it intends to use the power of yoga to cleanse the rich corrupt and politicians in India through Yoga politics. Swami Ramdev is the guru of yoga in the world .. (Politics)

How to Recession- US Common People And Social Organization in India to Take

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 Gaurav Virk (October 04, 2010)  Over the past two months, I am on social networks to study the protection of the rights of individuals and Company in the United States and make a comparative study with the common people and social organization in India. I observed the situation of common people is the same. Rich Man is becoming richer and more people together in the world have no one to defend their rights. Regardless . (Politics)

How to Reduce Medical Malpractice Costs

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 Maria Palma (September 15, 2010)  Medical malpractice has been an ongoing topic among lawmakers and medical professionals. The abundance of lawsuits in addition to increases in malpractice insurance has created a huge financial burden for medical professionals. In addition to that, there's the suffering of patients who are victims of malpractice. With increases in premiums for medical malpractice insurance in some .. (Politics)

Openness and honesty in public sector recruitment

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 A. Harford (September 08, 2010)  The coming months are likely to be difficult for public sector recruitment, particularly in the civil service. Cabinet Secretary Sir Gus O’Donnell has said that some of the toughest challenges brought about by the coalition government’s austerity measures will affect the civil service itself, particularly in areas like pay, pensions and redundancy payouts. Sir Gus said in .. (Politics)

Youth Should enter in politics.(Rahul Gandhi)

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 Naveen Arya (August 31, 2010)  Addressing students in Hissar, Kurukshetra and Karnal, Rahul Gandhi today urges youth to enter into active Politics, Speaking at Karnal “N. D. R. I”(National Diary Research institute) Auditorium. Rahul Said If youth want to bring a change in the society to eradicate corruption or to clean the whole system, then they have to take the first step. We have to employ youth .. (Politics)

Grasstops: An Excerpt from "Persuading Congress"

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 Joseph Gibson (June 15, 2010)  You may not be as familiar with the term “grasstops. " In the lobbying world, it refers to efforts to influence Congress through contacts with corporate CEOs and other VIPs. In this context, though, VIP is a loose term. For example, if the American Medical Association seeks to persuade Congress of something, the VIPs may be the members’ personal doctors. Or a member may have . (Politics)

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's Obituary

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 Dale Andersen (March 11, 2010)  June 12, 2016 Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, missing for more than half a decade, died last week at the hands of an assassin. He’d been living quietly in St. Joseph, Missouri under the pseudonym Robert B. McCoy. According to investigators, he’d taken in a former colleague, Mahdi Mostafavi. Friends say Mister Mostafavi, who'd legally changed his name to LeRoy Neiman, had fallen on .. (Politics)

Why Gordon Brown should become a people PM

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 A. Harford (February 24, 2010)  Staff at Number 10 reportedly contacted a bullying helpline to complain about their treatment at the hands of Prime Minister Gordon Brown. If the complaints have any basis in reality, then the PM would do well to heed the results of a Work Foundation study, released in January, which said that bullies are not the most effective leaders. Exceeding Expectation: The Principles of .. (Politics)

President Obama Speaks near Baltimore, MD Inner Harbor at Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel

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 Jennifer McInerney (February 23, 2010)  Just two days after his state of the union address, President Obama traveled to Baltimore to speak at the Republican House Retreat. This was the first time the President had been back to Baltimore since his inauguration tour through the mid-Atlantic and the only time a Democratic President has agreed to speak at this gathering of House Republicans. The usually closed-door, .. (Politics)

Tytler Demands University Named after Guru Govind Singh.

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 Triken Verma (January 23, 2010)  Tytler Demands University Named after Guru Govind SinghA Congress delegate led by Bihar in-charge Jagdish Tytler on Sunday met with Governor Debananda Konwar and urged him to set up a new university in Bihar named after the 10th Sikh sage Guru Govind Singh. Besides Tytler, Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee (BPCC) President Anil Kumar Sharma, Ashok Chowdhary, Vijay Singh Yadav, Girish .. (Politics)

Understanding the Liberal mind....

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 Wayne Cook (January 14, 2010)  Watching Democrats, enamored of themselves and groping after their moldy futilities, you sometimes have to feel divided between the impulse to laugh out loud or the equally inviting impulse to seize the dry, skinny throats of these morons and just throttle the living daylights out of them on the spot. Those dorks are the classic examples of the old adage, ‘power corrupts; absolute . (Politics)

Obama's 'reign of horrors'....

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 Wayne Cook (January 07, 2010)  Dumbfounded by the unbelievable things people believe, there are still those so void of intellectual honesty they cannot see the clear truths their own evidence forces them to admit, or, that common experience makes it impudence to deny. Hidden in their perfect masquerades of virtue and feigned compassion, they are obliged to satiate the rapacity of political wretches by plundering the .. (Politics)

It's all about choices....

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 Wayne Cook (January 03, 2010)  Push the handle. . . flush them out. . . . and put some fresh water in the bowl. The fitting end to our not so well intentioned Hoax and Change" miscreants. . . . and my New Year's resolution!! My heart requires it and living demands it. I am driven on by choice, and I must needs go that the devil drives! Freedom does not suffer the foolish gladly. Brooking the mordant wit of querulous .. (Politics)

Learning from history or repeating it ?

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 Wayne Cook (December 19, 2009)  Conjuring cringe-inducing memories of a Jimmy Carter on steroids, Obama and his rabble of like minded freaky zealots, with their abundance of snake oil promises, dreadfully banal political oratory and an intellectual dishonesty, evidenced in it's audacity and tawdry motives, have recklessly turned a deaf ear and a blind eye to the American people. With a palpable sense of desperation, .. (Politics)

Jagdish Tytler:Sardar Surender Singh's Confession

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 Triken Verma (October 13, 2009)  Sardar Surender Singh, son of Sardar Ajit Singh, was the Granthi of the Gurudwara Pul Bangash at the time of the Anti-Sikh Riots of 1984. He was a religious Priest, and was present in the Gurudwara (Temple) Pul Bangash on 1/11/1984, He was asked by certain people to stake a claim for the losses sustained by the Gurudwara Pul Bangash due to the burning and looting of the Gurudwara by the . (Politics)

4 Good Reasons Why Gordon Brown Should Go - And Here's How You Can Help!

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 Bobby White (August 22, 2009)  1. He's a bigger user of spin and BS than even Tony Blair, and Blair was bad enough. Latest proof? Well, we all now know about Damian McBride, former No.10 Downing Street close adviser to Brown, and the Government's email smear campaigns. And, as to be predicted, Bad ol Brown distanced himself from McBride and his disgusting shenanigans, as if by employing McBride as his own special .. (Politics)

Jagdish Tytler

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 Triken Verma (August 22, 2009)  Dear Friends: First and foremost of all that has been written or said it is essential to draw attention to the fact that the Anti-Sikh Riots of 1984 was a catastrophic aberration, an earthquake that shook, mangled and tortured millions of people, not only in India but nearly the whole world. The Riots of 1984 will go down in history as the most shameful, disgraceful and most .. (Politics)




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