Where politics is personal not partisan

Will Brexit Even Happen? Perhaps, Perhaps Not…

June 26, 2017 0

Despite the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK) voting to leave the EU bloc (narrowly), it would appear that support for the UK-European relationship has increased in the British Isles. Will the UK actually follow though on […]

African American Women in the US

June 26, 2017 0

The Institute for Women’s Policy Research, in conjunction with the National Domestic Workers Alliance, have published a comprehensive report. It looks at the contribution of black woman in the US, and also focuses on the historical aspect. Worth a read.

Is Trump Hostile to the Disabled?

June 26, 2017 0

Millions of Americans and US Residents are disabled, period. Not only that, but millions of family members, friends, colleagues, and others are also affected by the disabilities of other persons. What does Trump’s political policies on the disabled mean for […]

To Have a Term Limit?.. That is the Question!

June 26, 2017 0

In April of 2017, the Ripon Society published an article by Burdett Loomis, a professor at Kansas University, that argues against congressional time limits. Should lawmakers be able to go on indefinitely, if re-elected, or should there be a cap […]

An End to Nuclear Weapons?

June 26, 2017 0

What can be done to ensure that all threats of nuclear warfare are eliminated? The Arms Control Association has published an article on recent key negotiations. Will we see the day when no nation has access to nuclear arsenal?  How […]

India: An Economic Powerhouse

June 26, 2017 0

The rising and important economy of India is certainly not “new”. The Atlantic Council has published a short article and also a briefing report, from the Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center, that focuses on policy and economic recommendations with regard […]

The Threat of Losing Maternity Care

June 20, 2017 0

There is great concern that maternity care could be affected by proposed changes to health insurance coverage in the US. Some conservative policy makers appear committed to rolling back some of the coverage that benefit many women, unborn and newborn […]

Undocumented Immigration and Anxiety

June 20, 2017 0

June 15, 2017, marked 35 years since undocumented immigrants were granted equal access and the right to be educated at public school. However, there are still considerable threats to the civil and human rights of those who are undocumented, and […]

The Barbaric Shooting of Steve Scalise

June 20, 2017 0

The brutal shooting of Steve Scalise and four other innocent victims, was a tragedy that shocked the US and the world. Linda Chavez, writing for the Center for Equal Opportunity, has written an opinion piece with regard to the attack. […]

Is Europe’s Influence Diminishing?

June 19, 2017 0

We are living through tense times. To an extent, it feels similar to the Cold War era. Is Europe’s world role and influence diminishing? Shall we see a return to “Marco Polo’s world”? What action will the US take? These […]

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