Politics is like a drug for the company because it is the catalyst, and the sound and fury of mankind and his slow progress. Some say that politics is a way bring the human race or our civilization, others swear by their leaders, which often prove to be complete hypocrites. Just when you think you have found a politician honest, low and behold, we learn that they are not what they purport or the media leads us to believe.
However, if you like the idea of the political process or no, and yes, it certainly has much to be desired is the way we do things here. And yes, it makes sense to be informed of our leaders and know what really happens behind the movements Advertising, policymakers and flood of publicity in the media. For this reason I feel compelled to offer a recommendation for a very good book to help you sort things out and not be fooled by the facade:
"Do as I say not as I do, profiles of liberal hypocrisy "by Peter Schweizer, 2005 by Random House in New York.
This author also wrote the best-seller, "The Bush and war Reagan. "This book includes chapters from some Democratic leaders who participate in modern politics, the newspaper of the United States. People like Clinton, George Soros, Nancy Peloci, Barbara Streisand, Edward Kennedy, Al Franken, Michael Moore, Noam Chomsky, Gloria Steinem, and Cornel West. Once you've read some of the reality of these celebrities larger than life and his achievements certainly leave you without moving your head and running to higher ground.
Barry Soetoro AKA Barack Obama’s Political Dynasty Crashes And Burns – Alex Jones Tv 2/3
GHANA: DEMOCRACY AND POLITICS IN THREE SHORT ARTICLES: THREE SHORT ARTICLES ON THE POLITICS AND DEMOCRACY OF GHANA
Politics and religion are deemed to be controversial and taboo subjects for most people as such most people avoid these subjects. In Ghana, however, these two subject areas seem to dominate public discourse and social interactions. This book contains three articles that crosses both lines in an engaging and direct way. The book explores the democracy and politics of Ghana over the last decade. All…
Selected Articles on Unemployment
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1915 Excerpt: … American Magazine. 78:24-9. December, 1914 The Golden Rule in Business. Ida M. Tarbell War thrusts a sure lance into a nation''s weak spots, be that nation neutral or combatant Hardly had the first sound of the European crash reached us last August when to everybody''s lips sprang the horrified comment, And we without ships 1 A peaceful nation unprepared for Peace! What child''s play suddenly seemed the petty politics and selfish greed that had kept us so long unfit to take our place in the world''s commerce–we, a nation with a frontage of many hundred miles on each of the two great oceans of the globe 1 With this overwhelming demonstration of our crippled state before us how simple it was for our quick-witted President to persuade Congress to sweep the interfering rubbish out of the way and open the seas to us I But closed seas were not the only weakness, the European war disclosed in this country. As quickly we were face to face with a vast out-of-work throng–true it might be short-lived, but again it might not. The worst of it was we had no plan for handling the situation. If it had been necessary we could have promptly raised an army in an orderly, well-thought-out fashion. Individuals, states, the federal government would have known the immediate and logical steps to take. But when it came to the greatest business of peace in the time of calamity–keeping men and women at work–nobody knew what to do, unless to contribute to a soup kitchen. There were employers without a sense that patriotism as well as policy demanded that their wheels should run; there were communities that looked apathetically on the closing of factories, as if they had no urgent duty in the matter. States, for the most part, were helpless: so was the federal government. Thus it was…