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From the studies of Geese flying patterns, our AIRFORCE planes evolved flying pattern strategies, to reduce the drag and effort. We learnt the exemplary standards of discipline in TEAM WORK. Truly, Geese Flying Patterns are a gift from nature, for us to mimick and evolve in our governing skills and art of leadership.
Published by kiran y s 95 months ago in Politics & Government | +17 votes | 9 comments
China is projected to become the next world super power by 2020--just ten years away.
Published by Deborah Livingston 95 months ago in Politics & Government | +6 votes | 7 comments
Facts about the classified X-37B un-manned space plane operated by the Air Force and DARPA.
Published by Daniel Snyder 95 months ago in Politics & Government | +4 votes | 2 comments
MS-13 members are heavily armed and show no fear toward law enforcement officials and will not hesitate to kill officers, government officials, and even women and children.
Published by RyanHill 96 months ago in Politics & Government | +1 votes | 0 comments
Private military companies deploy their contractors in high risk regions all around the globe to provide security for high ranking government officials and diplomats.
Published by RyanHill 96 months ago in Politics & Government | +3 votes | 0 comments
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) typically makes the news for drug busts, high-profile arrests or counter-terrorism operations, but lately it has been involved in an embarrassing row with Wikipedia involving an image of the BureauÂ’s official seal as displayed on WikipediaÂ’s page about the agency.
Published by Mark Spence 96 months ago in Politics & Government | +6 votes | 2 comments
Nursing Sister Margaret Brooke was awarded the Order of the British Empire for her courage and bravery and her attempt to help save the life of Agnes Wilkie when the ship they were on, the S.S. Caribou was torpedoed and they were left clinging to a raft in the middle of the Cabot Strait. They were on their way to Newfoundland. Sad to say Agnes did not surv
Published by carol roach 96 months ago in Politics & Government | +14 votes | 6 comments
The time was one of suspicion and hysteria. Many people were victimized for crimes they had never committed and Canadian families were torn apart. Japanese women suffered the most when their whole life was robbed from them at the hands of the Canadian government. They lost their husbands, the fathers, they brothers and their male children. They lost all their property and anything that made up a healthy and happy family life. They did their best to preserve the family both physically and mentall...
Published by carol roach 97 months ago in Politics & Government | +11 votes | 3 comments
The World War II years was a time of upheaval and great suspicion in Canada. In turn the minister of justice could detain anyone acting "in any manner prejudicial to the public safety or the safety of the state." That meant just about any political dissent of Japanese, Italian, or German discent, or any citizen whatsoever could be considered a threat to Canadian security.
Published by carol roach 97 months ago in Politics & Government | +6 votes | 4 comments
Common myths about what the United States Constitution actually says.
Published by Daniel Snyder 99 months ago in Politics & Government | +13 votes | 9 comments
In the 1980's women were making inroads in many areas once considered for males only. American women wondered, could a woman actually become the Vice President of the United States? Geraldine Ferraro was the woman who tried to make this happen.
Published by carol roach 99 months ago in Politics & Government | +2 votes | 7 comments
Crimes against humanity as well as war crimes brought about The forming of International Courts. The formation of tribunals to try war crimes and crimes against humanity is discussed.
Published by Judith Barton 100 months ago in Politics & Government | +3 votes | 1 comments
There is a growing amount of racism and terrorist tactics being used against our elected officials and Palin and other Politicians are leading the charge.
Published by Martha lownsberry 101 months ago in Politics & Government | +5 votes | 10 comments
Published by Ronald Forth 104 months ago in Politics & Government | +1 votes | 5 comments
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