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» The sword of truth

What is truth if not like a sword that is refined by fire to rid it of impurities, hammered until straight and true, polished until it reflects the light, then giving an edge that will cut away the lies and penetrate into the heart and soul of mankind? The truth you can say is a Read More… »

» Government commits to help media industry reach $100 billion mark by 2024

Buoyed by the government’s commitment of wholehearted support, the country’s media & entertainment (M&E) industry is looking forward to capitalize on the tremendous growth potential exists in the Indian market. The industry is hopeful of joining the $100 billion club by year 2024. The M&E sector has been growing leaps and bounds since 1990s. From Read More… »

» EB-5 investor visa

The U.S. congress created a fifth preference of the Employment Based visa category in 1990 known as the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program. It was created by Congress to inject foreign capital into the U.S. economy from investors, in exchange for permanent residence in the United States. In the program, an immigrant investor must make his Read More… »

» Is Obamacare Unconstitutional Like It Is Made Out To Be?

As per people hailing from various walks of life in America, there are several reasons that render Obamacare unconstitutional. One of the foremost arguments in the list is that it infringes on the American birthright to choose. While writing the constitution of the country many thought, the Founding Fathers upheld the fact that an American Read More… »

» Repeal Obamacare – The Debate Rages On

As the year 2013 rolls by and the date for implementation of new reforms draws closer, citizens of America are getting more and more confused about the fact as to whether they should ask their politicians to repeal Obamacare or let it remain. Much of the movement pertaining to repealing is being led by the Read More… »

» A New President of Paraguay

As one can remember, in summer 2012 there was an impeachment of the President Fernando Lugo. The procedure was launched by Congress after in June 15th 17 people died in the province of Canindeyú in clashes between police and squatters peasants, including six law enforcement officers. Fernando Lugo, trying to overcome the political crisis, dismissed Read More… »

» Anne Boleyn

The exact date of Anne Boleyne’s birth is still unknown. Various sources indicate different years – from 1501 to 1507. Anna’s father was a nobleman in the court of Henry VIII – Thomas Boleyn. Future queen had two sisters and a brother. Boleyn family enjoyed a dubious reputation. But, with the active patronage of her Read More… »

» Things To Do When You Are Bored

Boredom is one thing we all encounter at one time or the other! You must have found yourself a situation where you are totally bored and desiring of a way out. It’s not unusual; everybody gets bored at one time or the other for different reasons. What exactly is boredom? When do you know you Read More… »

» Comelec raffles party-list names for 2013 Elections

Due to intensions of improving the electoral system, Commission on Elections (Comelec) raffled the names of party list candidates in the upcoming 2013 elections. The previous elections used alphabetical order system which some groups abused by putting letter A’s and number 1s in their names relentlessly. Now, the reform changed the system. Party list groups Read More… »

» Fiscal Cliff Deal – Shocking News!

Two hours after a midnight deadline for action, the Senate passed legislation early New Year’s Day to avert the so-called fiscal cliff with an overwhelming vote of 89-8. Senate passage set the stage for a final showdown in the House, where a vote could come as early as today. “While neither Democrats nor Republicans got Read More… »