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SEP
7th

5 Key Contributions and Landmarks by Former President of Singapore Mr S R Nathan

Article By: Justin Chia

Former President of Singapore Mr S R Nathan was born in Singapore on 3 July 1924, he was the youngest of 2 older brothers. His father, V Sellapan committed suicide as a result of mounting debt due to the Great Depression in 1930s. Mr S R Nathan was only eight years old at that time. As a child, Mr S R Nathan received his primary school education in Anglo-Chinese Primary School and Rangoon Road Afternoon School. After primary school, Mr S R Nathan progressed to Victoria School. Due to the Japane

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JUL
19th

Are Donald Trump & Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson Strange Bedfellows on Immigration? (Part II)

Article By: Richard Herman

Continued Part II We don't hear about translating city hall website and materials to OPEN up the city hall for all people --- as part of a language equity policy. We don't hear about doing outreach to existing immigrant communities, with law enforcement, libraries, and others, to build community, groom civic leaders, educate on naturalization and visas for victims of crime and human trafficking. We don't hear Jackson talk about political asylum, or for Cleveland to provide sanctuary to

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JUL
19th

Are Donald Trump & Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson Strange Bedfellows on Immigration? (Part I)

Article By: Richard Herman

Fusion TV, owned by Univision, was in Cleveland recently, investigating a storyline that the city, playing host to the upcoming Republican National Convention, was seeking to attract thousands of immigrants to help reverse depopulation, revive struggling neighborhoods, and boost entrepreneurship. The TV producer heard about the Cleveland Mayor’s "Dream Neighborhood" program to rehab or build homes for new refugees. She thought that this was a nice angle to juxtapose against the flaming nativi

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APR
10th

MVote – The Truth Of Economic Power

Article By: RA Jones

In these days of rapidly eroding civil liberties where everything from the right to bear arms, to free speech, the right of assembly, and even to question our government leaders is under attack, it seems to many that the land of the free will soon be a footnote in history. Speaking of history, one of the interesting points that it teaches us is that government only exists with the consent of the governed. In old Europe this consent was drawn from the people with religious programming and a conce

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FEB
2nd

Is the Senator a Corporate Man?

Article By: RA Jones

Recently I stood with millions of other clear mined Americans against HR 1599, the Dark Act. What this Bill will enact is to make it illegal for food or food products that are or contain Genetically Modified Foods (GMO) to be labeled as such within the borders of the United States Of America. These are the same products that are band in dozens of counties. State will not have the right to supersede this law in any manner at the state level, and will go into effect ahead of the Vermont’s GMO l

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FEB
2nd

Hiding Their Cash in a Microwave?

Article By: RA Jones

Your Cash is no longer safe! This is a quick and dirty post because I think this news needs to get out right now because this is so important! I learned of this when a friend sent me this news clip, and I was shocked. So the Story Headline is “People are hiding their cash in their microwave”. Why is this being done? The Private Owners of central banks of the European Union have the goal to force their subjects to give up cash and instead adapt a wholly electronic banking system where

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JAN
28th

Menagerization - Illusions of the Elite

Article By: RA Jones

Menagerization – Is the process of creating a false world view or representation designed to convince a target audience that the presentation is a representation of reality. The practice of Menagerization is a form of management of animals or lesser humans for the benefit of an elite class. The creation of the concept holds its roots in the word Menagerie which is a collection of captive animals kept for display and study and is mostly connected with an aristocratic or royal court. The term Mena

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JUL
15th

Nara Chandrababu Naidu

Article By: Adya News

Nara Chandrababu Naidu is the longest-serving Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh. He is the president of the Telugu Desam Party and current CM of Andhra Pradesh. He has served chief minister of undivided Andhra Pradesh from 1994 to 2004. Personal life: He was born in Naravari Pallle in Chitoor district to N. Kharjura Naidu and Amanamma on April 30 in 1950. His schooling till five was in Seshapuram and high school in the Chandragiri Government school. After his primary education, he went to Tirup

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APR
18th

Political Fundamentalists Dealing With Clashing Interests

Article By: Juhanah Abir

The Chairman of the National Transitional Council, Mustafa Abdul Jalil was in support of radical, political fundamentalist ideology in 2011. He was known to cite many Islamic references even in the presence of western politicians like the Bernard Henri, the pro-Israel, French philosopher. The point Abdul Jalil wanted to make was that Libyan revolutionaries considered themselves independent and had no support or protection by US, France or other Western nations. In 2011, given the political uphe

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MAR
20th

Does Obama Need More Power?

Article By: Ted Baumann

I know a thing or two about “states of emergency.” Over the years I’ve traveled to — and lived in — several countries where laws have been suspended, liberties curtailed and the executive branch of government has taken direct control over society and economy. Usually a state of emergency is declared when there is widespread civil unrest, a threatening insurgency or a collapse of government processes. We’ve seen them in recent years in Thailand, Ukraine and other hotspots. They involve troops on

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