Category: Politics

The Price Tag of Security

When it comes to the safety and security of your information, one important question is: How secure do you want to be? Some might want their data to be 100% secure and bulletproof; some want 90% security, some want 50% and so on… The second question is: How much are you willing to pay for it?

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International Laws And Russia

This article will answer a few questions regarding a major current event. What are the international laws? A law is a rule of conduct or action formally organized as binding or enforced by a controlling authority. An international law refers to laws made between sovereign nations, where a ‘sovereign’ is defined as a supreme power

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Investing in Innovation

If you take the long view of things, you will realize that we are living in history’s greatest era. Wars are less frequent. Life expectancy has doubled from less than a century ago. More people are going to school and overall, the World is better than it has ever been. But we can’t stand still

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Bad Time to Catch a Cold

Is it about health or politics, or both? Do you remember the statement: “If you like your plan, you can keep your plan,” a line Obama used  to sell the bill and kept using this year to promote his healthcare law. According to UCLA Center for Health Policy Research approximately 14 million Americans, roughly 4.9%

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Laws of the Land

I’ve thought for about a week on writing an article like this because the blog might lose readers but, I apologize in advance. The government shutdown and sequestration has effected everyone, not just the 800,000+ people that are currently unemployed due to this shutdown. Tim’s article explains what the shutdown means and I encourage you

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Political Parties

When looking at lists of the greatest presidents America has had, George Washington is often among the highest ranked. He led the colonists against the British in the American Revolution for Pete’s sake! How could he not be ranked highly? In my list he ranks highly for one simple reason – his ability to say

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What You Want to Know About the Shutdown

So the federal government has again shutdown. The last time this happened was during President Clinton’s administration in the mid-1990’s. Well what does this exactly mean? I’ll tell you. The federal government is shutdown but that only means that those deemed as non-essential employees are being furloughed. All of the laws, speed limits, and the

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Miss America 2014

If you haven’t heard in the last twelve hours or so, Miss America 2014 has been crowned and once again she is from New York. All should be well and good but if we know anything about Miss America, it is nothing without controversy. No, this time a contestant did not famously flub the question

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The Lessons of Yesterday are the Promises of Tomorrow

In his address Wednesday at the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, Obama made it clear that the push for equality is not over. Within five decades, we have come a great distance, not only for African-Americans, but for all types of people – Asians, Hispanics, LGBT, and Americans with disabilities. He ended his

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