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Contemporary politicians and political analysts separate politics into two distinct halves: left wing and right wing politics. At times, they also accept the idea of a center politics as the median path followed by policies that are neither left nor right. While the meaning of right-wing and left-wing politics vary between countries and applications, right wing politics is often linked to social and moral conservatism, religion, and law and order. In contrast, left wing politics devotes itself to the redistribution of wealth. Learn more about politics as you read the articles in this section.Displaying 1-10 of 44 result(s).Go to page: << First< Previous12345Next >Last >>Local Councils: A Pivotal But Disappointing Role In Sierra Leone’s Socio-political And Economic Development DebatePosted by Kortor Kamara. Published on Jan 21, 2010 In an effort at decentralization following the inordinate concentration of socio-economic, political and administrative decision making powers in the hands of the central government in Freetown; witnessed particularly during the Siaka Stevens era, Sierra Leone’s current local councils have a pivotal but disappointing role in national development. Give Chuck Schumer 1.2 Million Volts For ChristmasPosted by Nui Kahuna. Published on Dec 24, 2009 Chuck is in the news again. Not Charles Barkley, whom I like, but Chuck (U Farley) Schumer, the senior Senator from New York, who last weekend was on a plane spreading the holiday cheer. Obama’s Afghan Policy And Regional MediaPosted by Farman Nawaz. Published on Dec 18, 2009 Journalists had speculations about Obama’s speech of new Afghan policy even before December. Almost every newspaper had suggested solutions of Afghan problem in its editorials. After president Obama’s speech the regional media had mix reactions about it in its editorials. The concentration in this article is on the print media (English) of Afghanistan, Pakistan and India. It is tried to select those media groups which also contribute in vernacular press. Mainly the foreign policy of a country is How To Gain The Government Grant You Constantly RequiredPosted by Benjamin Hidde. Published on Nov 11, 2009 The internet is a marvelous point to find out about the latest government grants on offer and determining if you are eligible to receive them.Many internet programs extend tips and guides on how to best fill up an application to claim for grants for women to ascertain a high grade of success. So whether you are a needy student, or want to start your own business sector venture or even require to acquire some much needed amends on your household, you can certainly apply for government grants for President Obama Is Not Listening To The Truth About The VawaPosted by Randi Rosen. Published on Oct 27, 2009 As October comes to an end, Domestic Violence should be a daily awareness. I am disturbed at the fact that President Obama signed a proclamation (see below) that no victim of violence should ever be alone and should receive the services needed to be safe and just learning about it today. Why Milton Friedman Was A LibertarianPosted by Lance Winslow. Published on Oct 22, 2009 We all know that government often wastes our money and starts well-intentioned social programs, but as soon as they start giving stuff away, everyone goes and puts their hands out and the programs keep growing and costing more. Eventually they are giving to those who do not deserve it and they continue to tax us to pay for it. We personally, would never give to support folks that do not deserve it but somehow our government does. Rights And Entitlements – A Constant StrugglePosted by Richard A Mitchell. Published on Sep 19, 2009 Recently, the left has sought to change the way we discuss entitlements. No longer should these benefits provided to certain groups be discussed as entitlements, they are rights. But, what does the change in semantics actually mean? President Obama’s Speech On HealthcarePosted by Kenji Sakamoto. Published on Sep 12, 2009 President Obama’s healthcare proposal speech ended with additional confusion and a greater division between the parties. His package has enough layers to cover all citizens of this nation with adequate medical insurance. One question that concerns conservatives is how this can be implemented in a short time span. Obama cleared some of the haze surrounding that in his speech to Congress earlier this week. Healthcare Reform – Why Not Having A Public Option Will Reduce Your Chances To Become A HomeownerPosted by Greg Luchey. Published on Sep 06, 2009 If you are looking to either buy a home or refinance your current home you need to know what Health Care Reform could mean to you. First, it means without healthcare reform, in the not to distant future it is going to be more difficult to obtain mortgage financing. Crime & PunishmentPosted by mohansingh malviya. Published on Sep 04, 2009 I can’t get too excited about victimless crimes, that is to say crimes in which the only victim is the person committing it. Those who want to self-destruct – provided the consequences are not shouldered by others – have the right to do it. Everyone has the moral responsibility for their own person. Crimes against others is another matter. Nobody has the right to inflict physical harm on another. Nor does anyone have the right to harm us emotionally or economically. There are degrees of damage, obviously. Defamation does not bring the harm that torture, rape or murder does. In Go to page: << First< Previous12345Next >Last >> Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms Of Use and Privacy Policy | User published content is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Copyright © 2007 – 2010 by SynArticles.com, All Rights Reserved.