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Public Service Day

The United Nations (UN) introduced Public Service Day in 2003. It is a date to be thankful for all the men and women who work in a public service simplifying the life of the individual and organize cohabitation in big communities. 55 more words

Celebration

Guest essay by Eric Worrall If there is one climate program which should have died in a welter of shame, that programme is third world conservation programmes, programmes which have reportedly already caused mayhem in places where government backed forces have committed atrocities to drive farmers and tribes out of nature reserves.

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Climate Matters

Migrant Children and Our Morality

So, we are a brand-new blog. I haven’t even done the obligatory who’s the writer intro entry yet (it’s coming, I swear). If you read our previous entries (all two of them), you’ve seen that it’s only me writing so far. 778 more words

Change The World

Does Anyone in Washington Care about the Increasing Number of Americans Living in Poverty? Apparently Not

On January 20, 2017, the number of Americans living in poverty was nearly 44 million. There has been no update on those numbers since Trump began his illegitimate presidency. 635 more words

The Entire Western World Lives in Cognitive Dissonance

In this column I am going to use three of the current top news stories to illustrate the disconnect that is everywhere in the Western mind. 1,386 more words

Opinion

Biggest Development In Kashmir In Seventy Years

By News Desk

UNITED NATIONS, GENEVA—Kashmir Conflict has entered a new era this week. The United Nations has made the biggest progress in the conflict since the passing of the Security Council resolutions. 557 more words

Pakistan