Immigration – History’s Forgotten Story
A look at how the life, language and culture of Britain has been shaped irrevocably by immigration over thousands of years. Includes a look at how invaders and economic migrants alike have contributed to our national heritage and why current concerns about the issue will prove to be misplaced.Candles For First Philippine Woman President
A year after she was diagnosed with colon cancer, Former President Corazon C. Aquino succumbed to the disease. President Aquino has been in confinement at the Makati Medical Center since June this year where she received medical attention and had took pain medications.Happy Birthday to You President Obama
His endeavors and hardships in his campaign for the Democratic Party presidential primaries in 2007 and 2008 is now a thing of the past as he was elected as the 44th President of the United States of America. And on Tuesday, the beloved President will be celebrating his 48th birthday.Is China Really Needed in the Global Economy?
China will soon be the second largest country in economic GDP, and it appears that “IF” they can control their inflation, thirst for resources, and population base from causing a severe economic disruption during their industrial revolution. But one has to ask, if all this economic exponential year-over-year growth is really good for China, or if it is really good for the rest of the world? We currently know that China is polluting their environment to the point of exhaustion.Systematizing Iraq’s Government IT Systems Considered
Whenever a new government forms, there are less than ethical men who try to wiggle their way into power, but if the government operates correctly, eventually there becomes less opportunity for the most corrupt, their power is diffused, and they must yield to the needs of others, and other groups. Well, at least this is the way that democratic governments are suppose to work. So, how are things going right now in Iraq?Is China on the Verge of Discovering Massive Oil Reserves in Their Own Country? Yes
It is often said that China is thirsty for raw materials and oil. Obviously, as long as the rest of the world buys from China, they need raw materials to make all the products that they produce. This means they need aluminum, steel, copper, silver, platinum, lead, and well, you name it.Russia Is Being Eclipsed and Becoming Irrelevant Due to China’s Exponential Growth
Russia used to be considered a world superpower due to its military might, but after the collapse of The Soviet Communist Nation it has become irrelevant in the world. China knows this, but is using Russia and pretending to be its friend in order to exploit a trade arrangement to continue to get Russian oil, and to get the Russians to increase the supply of oil, that China so desperately needs. The Chinese government of course has secret plans to enforce its borders and eventually encroach onto Russian territory.Cultural Appropriation in American Popular Culture – A Musing of Abuse and Amusement
The globalization process, starting with man’s first steps beyond the horizon, is nigh complete. This integration of politics, economics, culture and biology has erupted a volcano of change to many traditional societies as well as shaped American culture.The People’s King – A Young Monarch With a Heart of Gold
A new golden era has been heralded in Bhutan, the Land of the hidden treasures. Steered by the fourth King, the 100 years of a golden rule by the Wangchuk Dynesty has culminated into a constitutional Democratic Monarchy.List of Terrorist Acts Done by Farc
Kidnappings, assassinations, extortions, these are just a few of the numerous activities included in the list of terrorist acts done by FARC. Being the oldest and largest of the insurgent groups of the Americas, they have set the standards to conducting bloody and indiscriminate attacks not only aimed against the Colombian military and police forces, but also against the civilian population.