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It is true that politics affect other aspects of our lives in many different ways including the behavior of the economy, tourism, trade and the per capita levels of a society. This has lead to us dedicating a lot of effort to this section. In additional to books we have included featured magazines and daily newspapers to keep the forum updated with global happenings. We have daily exempts from the editor抯 analysis so that our members can understand the trend of politics globally. In this politics section we have the most popular discussion forums for many people like to discuss the political issues. Here arguments are eminent for different people differ on the issues touched. We strictly demand restriction on language for this is a sensitive subject.Displaying 1-8 of 8 result(s).It's Politics As Usual For Bernard GoldbergPosted by Lance Winslow. Published on Sep 30, 2009 The amount of political banter in this nation is quite humorous at times, and yet, so much of the reality we use in comedy is muffled due to the politically correct nonsense. After all, in America there are still things you just cannot say, even though we are afforded "free speech" in our founding documents. President Ronald Reagan Speaks Out On AbortionPosted by Johnny Kicklighter. Published on Jul 31, 2009 In 1983, President Reagan wrote an essay for the "Human Life Review" entitled, "Abortion and the Conscience of the Nation." This brief writing of his pro-life philosophy was published in book form a year later. It was expanded to approximately to 95 pages with lengthy afterwords by Surgeon General C. Everett Koop and British essayist Malcolm Muggeridge. Setting The Political Record Straight – A Book That Takes You From Left To RightPosted by Lance Winslow. Published on Jul 18, 2009 Every once in a while a good book comes along that sets the political record straight and helps us understand what is nothing more than media driven political rhetoric, or political opposition attacks. The book I'd like to recommend has a red cover with a little smiley face, which has a Hitler mustache. If that isn't enough to shock you into thinking, I'm not sure what would. Political Book Review – The Us Transfer Of Top Secret Military Technology By Bill ClintonPosted by Lance Winslow. Published on May 02, 2009 Every once in a while you find out that what you think you know about politics and current events of the time, turn out to be a complete 180 of the reality. Then sometimes you suspect foul play but cannot put your finger on it. Well, what if I recommend a very good book to you that will get you much closer to the truth than you probably wanted to get? Please read: Government School FundingPosted by Bert Jean. Published on Mar 30, 2009 The purpose of this article is to expose the government's effort to better school systems in the United States of America. Though the government faces its challenges, the positive stride to better the school through reforms is overwhelming. For many years schools in wealthy neighborhoods had the advantage over schools in poor neighborhoods when comparing educational levels. Book Review – Not All Hope Is Lost For Australia's Modern Labor PartyPosted by Tristan Ewins. Published on Jan 14, 2009 This book review considers 'Whitlam and Modern Labor – It's Time Again'. The Whitlam Labor government of Australia – in the 1970s – was a watershed in Australian political history: with gains made in Indigenous rights, free education, socialised health – and more. The authors in this tome argue for a revivification of these values for the Australian Labor Party today. How To Identify The Wall Of Separation Between God And State In The Us ConstitutionPosted by Dennis Woods. Published on Dec 08, 2008 David Barton calls for a return to the original intent of the Constitution in his book, "Original Intent" (WallBuilders, 2000), rejecting the doctrine of separation of church and state. However, he fails to recognize that the founders actually intended to divorce their new government from God and the authority of the Bible. Stealth Jihad By Robert SpencerPosted by Mohamed Himed. Published on Nov 22, 2008 This is a review of the book: Stealth Jihad. How Radical Islam is Subverting America without Guns or Bombs. This is the 7th book written by Robert Spencer since 2002 that supposedly warns Americans and Non-Muslims in general of the threat they face from radical Islam and its jihadist aspect. 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