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Day 5 - Local Government

In this post I will be discussing local Irish government - how to get nominated and elected, partisan politics at local level, strengths and weaknesses, income and expenditure. 856 more words

These are BBC News' social media rules. Think they're following them?

Below is a screen-grab of part of the social media guidelines issued by BBC News to their staff. They are clear about the need for impartiality: 303 more words

Special Announcement - ZASA

This press statement serves to remind all that the Zambia Association in South Africa (ZASA) is non-partisan and shall not be associated with any statement issued by any political party. 172 more words

South Africa

Country of Georgia Becomes Production Hotspot

The mountainous country of Georgia, at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, offers flavors of multiple cultures amid spectacular scenery. It’s also becoming a hotspot of international production. 194 more words


Deal or No Deal? No Deal.... This Time. But More Will Come

“Obamacare is the law of the land. … We’re going to be living with Obamacare for the foreseeable future.”  — Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) on 24 March 2017…

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The Impeachment of William Woods Holden

On this day, March 22nd in 1871, William Woods Holden was the first governor in the United States to be impeached and removed from office.  His story is a reminder of what happens when pure partisan rancor becomes the norm in unhappy eras of American politics. 278 more words

Witnesing to Christianity in the 21st Century

How should a voter witness to Christianity in the 21st century? We’re often left with two choices. We can side with the left. After all, wasn’t Jesus’ mission to help the poor? 268 more words