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129 results for 'politics'

Labeling America

By Paul Wylie, published on Aug 26, 2010

Rising from the ashes of the tumultuous 1960's, the neo-conservative movement was born out of the backlash against the free wheeling counter culture era. Banding together out of a common hatred of Lyndon Johnson's social policies, they set out to take over the Republican Party in order to return the United States toward the path they believed she was destined for, imperial rule over the world.

Almost overnight in the 1970's, many disaffected Democrats had switched parties to join the 'Reagan Revolution', thinking they were doing the right thing in steering the course of Americans back... (more)

Tags: politics, constitution, elections, liberals, conservatives, left wing, right wing, voters, labels

Soylent Green Is.......Spam?

By Paul Wylie, published on Aug 25, 2010

With food shortages ongoing globally, and with some areas of the planet in such dire straights that actual food riots have taken place, it seems almost comical in a sense to see the reports in the U.S. media of families having to resort to feeding their families Spam several times a month.

Ah Spam! The gelatinous gooey mass of some form of pork that we were all forced to eat as children. Our parents told us that it was good for us, and we spit it out when they weren't looking. As we grew older, we came to realize that our parents were in the unenviable position of having to figure out... (more)

Tags: politics, food, agri-business, inflation, spam, prices


By Robert Simms, published on Aug 22, 2010

A recent poll conducted by The Pew Forum reveals that 18% of Americans believe that President Barack Hussein Obama is a Muslim. Imagine that.The poll also shows that only 34% say that Obama is a Christian. Personally, I fall in with the 43% of Americans who do not know what religion the President follows.This poll was conducted prior to Obama's recent statements regarding the Ground Zero Mosque and it would be interesting to see if those percentages have changed.Joshua DuBois, who Time magazine once called "Obama's pastor-in- Chief", is a bit surprised by the poll numbers. According to... (more)

Tags: religion, obama, politics

Administration Used Flawed System To Deny Annual C.O.L.A.

By Paul Wylie, published on Aug 22, 2010

(Author's note: I wrote this article on Jan. 11, 2010 and am reprinting it here in response to a reply that was given on my article about N.Y. gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino. This is an effort to try to explain the true facts of the annual C.O.L.A. I feel that it is as timely today as it was several months ago.)

The Obama Administration continues to use a misleading and inaccurate practice to base its yearly cost of living increases for seniors and the poverty stricken.

Health care debates, two wars raging overseas, the spectre of terrorism raising eyebrows once more in... (more)

Tags: politics, poverty, obama administration, social security, scam, accounting

N.Y. Tea Party Candidate Launches Attack On The Poor

By Paul Wylie, published on Aug 21, 2010

Mind boggling as candidates for office around the country have been so far during this election cycle, from Nevada's Sharron Angle to Kentucky's Rand Paul, none has gone as far as the Republican candidate for the Governorship of New York, Carl Paldino. Asked what his plans were to reduce New York's budget woes, Paldino stated that he would cut city services by twenty per cent, cut income taxes by ten per cent, and house recipients of government aid in underused prisons. Included in his lock up the poor plan are those who receive TANF benefits, Food Stamps, Medicaid, and S.S.I.

After... (more)

Tags: new york, politics, republicans, democrats, poverty, elections, right wing, vote, tea party, governor

Hundreds Of Thousands Sign Boycott Petition Against Target

By Paul Wylie, published on Aug 20, 2010

With just a video posting on Youtube, the progressive organization called has garnered almost three hundred thousand signatures from people all across the country angry at Target's recent political donations to a gubernatorial candidate in Minnesota who has openly opposed gay marriage and workers unions. The video itself has already been seen by over half a million people.

Meanwhile, has also taken out a television commercial against the retail giant, which has aired on CBS, NBC, and ABC. Cable news outlet MSNBC refused to air the ad saying that it violated their... (more)

Tags: politics, business, supreme court, corporations, investors, campaign contributions, boycott

The Sky Is Not Falling On Social Security

By Paul Wylie, published on Aug 20, 2010

Here we go again. Another election cycle, another spate of 'sky is falling' screaming from far right activists intent on foisting bold faced lies upon the electorate in order to get them to vote against their own self interests. Whether they use the 14th Amendment to our Constitution to try to deny birthright citizenship in the United States to the children of illegal immigrants as their test case for their ultimate transparent goal of having the ability to deny that same right to citizens who disagree with them should they regain power, to the outright misleading articles being shoved under... (more)

Tags: politics, media, banks, social security, u.s.

Decades Too Late but 1984 is Still in Our Future

By Dan Ehrlich, published on Jul 27, 2010

...George Orwell's main shortcoming here was overestimating the speed of government action towards his dystopia and the decline of civilization. He also set the scene in his native Britain when it should have been in America, a nation where life is imitating art.

When you think about politics it can't get simpler than this: The right-wing wants to control our bodies and the left seeks to control our minds. Control of body and mind means total control. As I have said in previous articles, the global village we are in has the right and left moving closer, with the right controlling... (more)

Tags: politics, george orwell, 1984, government, one world, mind control

Is crime in the UK an endless matter?

By J.N. PAQUET, published on Jun 10, 2010


There is no clear and unambiguous answer to that question. Defining crime is simply not easy for it usually raises more questions than answers. Social Scientists say that it is a socially constructed act. However, there are at two important definitions which we should consider — the legal and the normative definitions — since they are the most important differences in the meaning of what crime is.

The legal definition says that “crimes are acts which break or contravene the letter of the law”, while the normative definition says that “crimes are acts which break... (more)

Tags: police, politics, crime, uk, criminals

You Are Guinea Pigs in Fluoride Drug Experiments

By nyscof, published on May 2, 2010

New York -- May 2, 2010 -- Sixty-five years ago today, officials added fluoride chemicals into Newburgh, NY's public water supply making residents guinea pigs in a failed experiment to discover whether fluoride could safely reduce tooth decay. It didn't. But political pressure declared it a success. Any high school biology student can find the flaws in this "study." Fluoride researchers are still using our bodies and tax dollars for their own benefit. Ten years later, 1955, researchers reported that newly fluoridated Newburgh children had more bone defects, anemia and earlier female menstruation... (more)

Tags: environment, politics, health, science, fluoride, fluoridation, cavities, dental, teeth, brain, endocrine system, bones

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