Tags » Government » Page 2

Death penalty still the norm?

I recently read this story http://edition.cnn.com/2014/10/25/world/meast/iranian-woman-execution/index.html?c=&page=1

The Iranian woman was executed out of self defense. I was shocked however, is death penalty still the norm in our society. 202 more words

Write-ups

2014

Saw this image on Facebook.  It’s statement paints an accurate image of much of today’s progressive society.

http://9gag.com/gag/abqrwQX?ref=fbp

Wheres The Beef!

Labor pledges $1.2 billion to make Victoria the "education state"

Victorian Labor      |       26 October 2014

………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Victorian Labor has kicked off its campaign for the state election on29 November with the promise of a $1.2 billion dollar package to upgrade schools and the TAFE  Government school upgrades and refurbishments would cost $510 million, $120 million would be provided for Catholic and independent schools and  $50 million would be spent on upgrading kindergartens across the state. 494 more words

Vocational Education & Training

Vote For the Official Monster Raving Looney Party

No one wants a government that they did not vote for to run the country. The Scots who voted for independence recently used as a main plank of their argument for independence that Scotland had had to “suffer” a government which the Scots did not elect and by independence they would be able to enjoy a government that they did elect. 136 more words

Climate Change

Guyana: Capitol News TV Videos - 24 October 2014

Guyana: Capitol News TV Videos – 24 October 2014

  • Investigation: Pilots to blame in july, 2011 Caribbean Airlines crash
  • Indian Nurse stabbed to death on seawall…
  • 94 more words
Guyana

Guyana: Sliding further downhill - commentary

Sliding further downhill

OCTOBER 25, 2014 | BY KNEWSEDITORIAL

The majority of our skilled people is migrating, and not only does this not augur well for the future, it means that the country is getting less for its investment in human development; training people is a very costly exercise. 653 more words

Guyana

Confession Moment #9: The Audacity of Public Officials

As I wrote last month, my creative juices were in a state of flux and frustration.  In retrospect, I needed time to simply sit under the Tree of Life and listen to the messages flowing from my heart.  1,279 more words

Postaday