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Restructuring American’s Declining Educational System

For many years now Americans and politicians alike have been talking about Americas declining educational system. Yet what has been done I ask? Or should I say what needs to be done? There are some that have taken this topic head on such as the GBN (Global Business Network,) The Schott Foundation for Public Education [...]

The American sentiment & social demeanor giving rise to the Obama Presidency.

It is today that we elect as our President, a great man, a symbol of hope – future be foretold – that America is truly the land of the free and the home of the brave. It is today that we elect as our President, Barack Obama. The healing of this nation may be held [...]

Lettre ouverte au Premier ministre du Québec

From author  Michelle Blanc – Published with permission from source (Integral French) @ http://www.michelleblanc.com/2008/10/28/lettre-ouverte-au-premier-ministre-du-quebec/ Depuis plusieurs mois, les membres de l’organisation yulbiz.org, (et en particulier ceux du chapitre de Montréal ) se rencontrent et se questionnent sur le blogue d’affaires. Plusieurs d’entre eux se désolent du peu d’intérêts que semble démontrer notre gouvernement provincial en regard [...]

The Resurgence of Latin American’s Left

The left have been in power in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Venezuela for some years now and new left leaders ascended to power recently in Bolivia, Ecuador, Nicaragua and Uruguay. Although this movement is not homogeneous at all (there are huge differences between Venezuela’s Hugo Chávez, Argentina’s Kirchner, Nicaragua’s Ortega and Brazil’s Luiz Inácio Lula [...]

Jana Gana Mana (India’s National Anthem) – An Inferential Linguistic Analysis

Jana Gana Mana is India’s national anthem written in Sanskrit by poet Rabindranath Tagore (Nobel Prize Winner. Attached is an inferential linguistic analysis of the National Anthem. Also is a brief description of the making of the Anthem around King George 5ths visit to India. Jana Gana Mana was written by the poet Tagore. So [...]

Snow blinded by interest rate myths

John Snow roiled the markets with his recent statements to The Times of London about economic growth and interest rates. The Treasury secretary said that as economic growth picks up, money demand will rise along with it. He went on to say that he would be “frustrated and concerned” if interest rates didn’t move up [...]

Modeling Aspects of Political Thought in Democratic Political Systems: A Connectionist Approach Over

Cognition, behavior, and technology The repertoire of human behavior is evidently vast and complex. Since the dawn of classical Greek civilization a remarkable amount of effort has been put towards the systematic study of human behavior perplexities and teleology. Although the advent of psychology as a modern scientific discipline, which took place more than a [...]

The “Haiphong Effect”

Overview To draw a parallel to today it will be necessary to understand the strategy rather than the media definition of “Shock and Awe” and equate that policy to the history of Haiphong. From the late 1960′s to May of 1972 Haiphong was allowed to function uncontested as a port of call for weapon shipments [...]