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PUBLIC ADVOCACY: An understanding of the Arab Players

There is an alternative to war?  However,  the Arab People have to want Peace and prosperity more then they want  to cling to the notion of  their State’s  Superiority  in the Middle East and elsewhere.  603 more words


The New York Mayor's Groundhog Day

What is it with the American fascination with Groundhogs? I should have said Groundhogs AKA a woodchuck, whistlepig or land-beaver. One of American poet, Robert Frost’s, best-loved odes was ‘A Drumlin Woodchuck’ in which he used the imagery of a Groundhog dug into a small ridge as a metaphor for emotional reticence. 674 more words


Rikers report raises new questions about systemic abuse in juvenile corrections

In April 2012, several adolescent inmates held at a juvenile jail on New York City’s Rikers Island got into an argument and started throwing a storage bin at each other. 964 more words

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Sarah Palin salutes the president — with a latte

Sarah Palin gave President Obama a sarcastic salute Friday at the 2014 Values Voter Summit in Washington.

Speeches by the 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee… 196 more words


Naughty children...do you blame the child or the parent? Or is it simply life's learning curve?

“She purred down the line…”

The opening chapter to a rather seedy love story or a response to a conversation with the Queen of England? 876 more words

Life's Like That

David Cameron Should Be Royally Embarrassed By Independence Flub

It is safe to say that Elizabeth II’s 12th and current Prime Minister is not her favorite Prime Minister — this week at any rate. 773 more words

De Blasio Admits the School Cellphone Ban Is a Bad Idea

New York City schools are finally entering the modern era.

On Tuesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio renewed his promise to overturn the cellphone ban in the city’s public schools. 248 more words

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