Loss of Life; How to Prevent Extinction.

July 11th, 2013 by admin

As many in first world countries struggle with keeping their own home and a job, many in the third world are struggling with simply being able to survive. The economy has been designed so that people are more connected now than before, enabling smaller economies to share in the fruits of success and the hardships of failure of larger nations.

The economy being so closely connected has done both good and bad for the nations of the third world. Read the rest of this entry »

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Are the Oceans Truly Rising and What Does It Mean?

May 17th, 2013 by admin

Melting Ice – Visible Evidence Around the Globe
An iceberg the size of Texas has been reported slowly melting as it drifts away from the Arctic Circle. Glaciers in the northern hemisphere are also melting at a rapid rate. This has been documented by numerous scientific researchers in Canada, the United States and Russia. What effect does ice and snow melting in the Alps, the Canadian Rockies and the world’s glacial ice fields have on oceans? Imagine an half empty glass of water. Add a dozen ice cubes to the glass. Read the rest of this entry »

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How to Address the Rampant AIDS Epidemic in Africa

March 23rd, 2013 by admin

In 2003, 3.1 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa were infected with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), and over 2 million people died from Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS). Although HIV and AIDS are global issues, Sub-Saharan Africa has been affected much more heavily than other parts of the world.

One of the ways countries in the region are battling HIV is by treating bacterial sexually transmitted infections (STIs). People with STIs are more susceptible to HIV, and interventions of this type conducted in Tanzania showed a 25 percent reduction in male-to-female HIV transmission rates. Read the rest of this entry »

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Is a World Government Possible or Even Advisable?

June 15th, 2012 by admin

Is a one world government possible or even advisable? In a global environment where resource, ethnic, and religious boundaries abound how do human beings overcome natural tendencies to xenophobia and band together in a unified globe? Is there any significant advantage to mankind that would warrant driving to this goal?

If we look at single issue versions of the world you can make the argument for all kinds of reasons from world hunger, poverty, war, and disease as to why a single world entity governing all mankind would be good.Never heard of this before? Get up to Read the rest of this entry »

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How Illegal Immigration in America Affects Our Economy

August 26th, 2011 by

Illegal immigration, particularly from America’s unsecured border with Mexico, affects national, state, and local economies in many ways. Two sources of negative economy impact are from lost tax revenue and use of services without contributing to their cost.

Most illegal workers in the United States do not pay federal or state income tax, leading to loss of potential revenue that pays for government programs, including maintenance of infrastructure, national defense, and other necessary, non-partisan programs. Additionally, state tax revenues support public libraries, hospitals, Read the rest of this entry »

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The Effects of Socialism in the Collapse of the European Market

August 23rd, 2011 by admin

Karl Marx, the writer of The Communist Manifesto, never believed that communism was meant for Russia or China. He always expected for it to rise in the Western parts of Europe. Ever since his time, and even during the height of the Cold War, Europeans have always had a relationship with Marx’s vision. Socialism in its many forms, however, have also lead to many problems for Europe. The major example of this is the current crisis with the Euro-zone. Today, the economy of Europe, and even the economy of the rest Read the rest of this entry »

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Women’s Rights Advances in Islamic Nations

August 19th, 2011 by admin

Women’s Rights has been a struggle regardless of the Nation involved. In Islamic Nations the case for the right of women continues to be a battle and a struggle. Despite the many setbacks that exist and archaic practices, the rights of women in these Nations has been improving steadily. Women in Islamic Nations for example are trying to get more opportunity when it comes to education and in obtaining a career. The access to education is something that always proves to work as an equalizer in any type of society Read the rest of this entry »

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Clean Drinking Water: A Global Issue

July 31st, 2011 by admin

One of the most pressing global issues at the moment is clean drinking water and you’d be amazed how many people don’t have it. Use your Satellite Internet Broadband connection to find out ways you can help and follow some of our tips below…
Contact your Congressman: If you live in a district that does any kind of philanthropy, talk to your Congressman’s office about where your money’s going. There may be ways you can give back in your own community with the money Read the rest of this entry »

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World Dictators and Human Rights Abuses

June 19th, 2011 by admin

Throughout history, world dictators have engaged in some of the most heinous crimes upon humanity. Knowing what these dictators did during their reign is important so humanity can work to avoid such tragedies in the future.

Adolf Hitler is one of the most recent dictators to have such a tragic impact upon the world. He severed as the head of state in Germany from 1934 to 1945. During Hitler’s rule, the rise of fascism took place in Europe and Read the rest of this entry »

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Successful Approaches to the War on Terror

May 27th, 2011 by admin

The War on Terror seems to be an ongoing battle. Despite recent major ideological victories it is still a war that is being waged. The best approach to fighting this war however is not to engage in a massive scale military approach.
The problem with the military approach is that it requires a heavy loss of human life while also placing a massive burden and straining on the budget of a Nation. The best approach to this battle is to keep things on a limited scale. Rather than approaching the task as invading force Read the rest of this entry »

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