More Utah woman continue to live in poverty




Should You Dance “CHA – CHA” in the Government?

This article reveals my insights regarding one of the most controversial issues in our country, the charter change. For many years, Philippines has been adapting a democratic – type of government. During the regime of former President Corazon Aquino, the government system was amended however the charter wasn’t converted to any other existing types. The system remained as is but certain limitations were established to take limits with the authority and power to the power of the reigning president. But this time, it’s different because the current administration is pursuing a charter change thinking that it would be the answer to the political and economic dilemmas of the country. Nevertheless, I strongly assert that it’s not an ultimate solution.

The Financial Cost and Effects of Britain’s Bailout

As we enter a very new decade of the new Century, our economies look very different to how they were a decade ago. Britain is one economy that has spent the most per person on bailing out its economy, as a result of the 2008 economic crisis. How much did Britain spend, and what is the real cost ?.

Peace in Congo Requires More Than Just Pictures of Kabila and Kagame Together

On one side, without implying any causal, president Kabila knows what happened to all previous presidents of Congo who attempted to resist the demands of Washington. They all failed and lost their lives in tragic circumstances.

Sanctions on Iran – A Conversation in Shiraz

During my visit to Iran this past April, I observed both the effects of current sanctions and how affluent Iranians bypass restrictions. Later a conversation with an Iranian engineer whose German company produces brake components for trains clarified the problem with sanctions.

Thailand – Still in Turmoil

Thailand’s ousted Prime minister Thaksin Shinawtra arrived in Cambodia this week to claim Cambodian citizenship and start his new job with the Cambodian government. The current Thai government that was brought to power by a yellow shirted mob taking over Bangkok’s international airport, must be fuming! Instead of focusing on repairing the country’s economy that was brought to its knees by the airport sit-in, they have instead focused on trying to catch Thaksin, who has been spending much of his time in Dubai since being forced to leave his position thanks to a military coup.

Why World is Silent About Gulag KGB Leaders

Indeed, one may wonder why there are many books, articles, movies, museums, exhibitions, memorial events, groups, PhDs, conferences, etc. in relation to Holocaust and we get next to nothing in relation to deaths of millions due to Soviet political repressions at about the same time in history (mostly the 1930’s-1950’s). Nobody is even asking, “How are Siberian Gulag leaders doing now? Why does Russia continue to pay pensions to mass murderers?”

Doing Business in Foreign Nations Which Do Not Honor Contracts

It is very tough to do business in a nation that does not honor the written word or make good on verbal contracts. Nations where the negotiation is always going forward even after payment has been arranged and money has already been delivered. After all, in a first world nation, often your word is you bond, but you’d be surprised how many places that just doesn’t hold, nor do written contracts.

It is 60 Years For China

Festivities, fireworks and candles are just some of the highlights in Chinese celebrations. It’s now time for that in the People’s Republic of China!

An Upcoming Expected Industry Boom in Libya

The article is about the up coming expected opportunities in Libya. As the sanctions have been lifted from Libya, the country has a lot of potential in it.

The World Food Crisis

Many countries have experienced at first hand the outbreak of hungry people every day having less opportunity to feed due to some of the basic factors like increased food prices and energy. These countries are Egypt, Pakistan, Morocco, Indonesia, Malaysia, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Ethiopia and Madagascar and many more and all these countries have experienced the same crisis at different point in there history. The matter is so serious that even the UN is saying, although being somewhat skeptical, that this situation stinks.

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