It’s something that’s arguably gathered more traction over recent years, with technology and use of the internet certainly aiding this. Grassroots lobbying is something that can make or shape certain legislation although despite its power, only a small proportion of people seem to realize how it works. There’s no doubt […]
The protesters in the streets and the Electoral College members being pressured to change their votes said it all: Many...
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With the first real test of the presidential election upon us, it is time to get out and vote. There are so many different...
The medical Insurance and Administrative sector offer a variety of privileges to the patients including, various types of health coverages and exemptions as well. It has changed how the medical practice industry functions-the patients are treated with more efficiency and focus, since the doctors and practitioners have more time to […]Read more ›
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EMSkkT9mPVM] Wikileaks have published a cache of Sony's internal emails which demonstrate the close relationship between Hollywood executives and the Israeli government and pro-Israeli lobbying groups in the USA. The emails reveal how Sony bosses had dinner with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and how other entertainment execs met […]Read more ›
U.S. Senators and congressman are pushing for the broad legalization of marijuana in all states even though the proposed measures have met strong opposition. However, ultra-conservative members of the Republican Party appear to be among the largest proponents of the bill, surprisingly enough. Unfortunately, part of the reasoning behind the […]Read more ›
It’s a truism in politics that the older you are, the more likely it is that you will vote. For the youngest voters (those in the 18-30 category), levels of disengagement are much higher than among their older peers. Over half of those polled in this age group couldn’t name […]Read more ›
After a scathing Pentagon report in September 2013, it was clearly evident that the Navy needed to revamp its security access control systems. Goodbye, Rapidgate. Hello to Intellicheck Mobilisa and a range of other credentialing tools designed to help military personnel, such as the U.S. Identification Manual. Standard and secure […]Read more ›
For those who have never experienced a storm in their entire lives, they will never know the paralyzing fear of victims when their safety is hanging by a thin thread and their lives could be lost at any minute or second. Such must be the turmoil of those who lived […]Read more ›
Many of us who grew up in wealthier countries–where governments are stable, basic human needs are met and opportunity for prosperity is abundant– feel compelled to contribute to the betterment of people who were not born into such fortunate circumstances. There is no shortage of organizations, and volunteer programs, offering […]Read more ›
Immigration has been a long-standing, contentious issue in American politics. Early American history witnessed the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798, which ruled that 14 years of residency were necessary before an â€˜alien' could be grant citizenship. Later in to the nineteenth century, the 14th Amendment of 1868 addressed the […]Read more ›