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David Petraeus scandal: Jill Kelley and Paula Broadwell are the CIA director's mistresses (Pictures)
By: John Stevens | Dec 12 2012
David Petraeus resigned from his post as CIA Director on Friday (November 9, 2012) after confessing to an affair with his biographer Paula Broadwell. The inappropriate relationship was discovered... read more
French President Francois Hollande and girlfriend Valerie Trierweiler in pictures
By: Mary Rose | May 8 2012
Socialist Party leader Francois Hollande defeated conservative incumbent Nicolas Sarkozy on Sunday to become France’s new president, heralding a change in how Europe tackles its debt crisis and how... read more
The Norwegian Versus the American well being treatment System
By: gylove | Jan 26 2012
America's bottom is rooted so deeply in independence of choice to equally be successful or drop in one's monetary decisions. This may be epitomized by so countless earlier Europeans coming... read more
Marianne Gingrich: Newt Gingrich's Second Wife in Pictures
By: Mary Rose | Jan 20 2012
Several weeks before US presidential race in 2012, the former speaker of the House of Representatives New Gingrich launched a website for his campaign and there were many questions... read more
Newt Gingrich's Wife: Callista's Beauty Transformation Through The Years
By: Mary Rose | Dec 26 2011
Callista Gingrich is third and current wife of Newt Gingrich, an American politician and a GOP candidate for 2012 US presidential election. Newt Gingrich married Callista in 2000 after... read more
Jackie Gingrich Cushman: Newt Gingrich's Daughter Defend Her Father On Campaign Trail
By: Mary Rose | Dec 23 2011
Newt Gingrich is an American politician, author, political consultant, and history teacher. He is also a candidate for GOP nomination in the 2012 U.S. presidential election. Gingrich... read more
What could possibly be extra American Than Celebrating the delivery of Jesus
By: yu geng | Dec 21 2011
While like a Jew, I do not think within divinity of Jesus, as an American I acknowledge the pivotal significance that Jesus and his ministry done within establishment... read more
Anders Behring Breivik: Gunman of Norway Shooting Escapes Prison Sentence Due To Be Insane
By: Mary Rose | Dec 1 2011
This is shocking news for all of us that confessed mass killer of Norway shooting incident Anders Behring Breivik was legally insane after a mental evaluation at the time of... read more
Anders Behring Breivik: Gunman of Norway Shooting Escapes Prison Sentence Due To Be Insane
By: Mary Rose | Dec 1 2011
This is shocking news for all of us that confessed mass killer of Norway shooting incident Anders Behring Breivik was legally insane after a mental evaluation at the time of... read more
Newt Gingrich's Wife Callista Gingrich and His Former Spouses in Pictures
By: Mary Rose | Nov 15 2011
After some troubles deepening for GOP candidate Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich is voted to be the GOP frontrunner in a new poll released on Monday. The most recent PPP... read more
Prime Minister of Italy Silvio Berlusconi Decides To Resign
By: Mary Rose | Nov 10 2011
In a long-delayed move that doomed his third government, Silvio Berlusconi vowed to resign as Italy's longest-serving prime minister after losing majority in lower house of parliament and key... read more
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou Wins Confidence Vote (Photos)
By: Mary Rose | Nov 5 2011
A total of 153 deputies among 298 present supported the motion of Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou who promised to hold power-sharing talks and vowed to form a government of... read more
Relaxing in the Soothing Thermal Springs of Costa Rica
By: EstherJanet45@yah... | Oct 24 2011
Thanks to its well-watered tropical rain forests and cozy volcanic heart, Costa Rica is awash in thermal streams. Many hot springs which pass through this particular lush, exotic... read more
Nevada's Sen. Harry Reid Profile
By: Mary Rose | Oct 10 2011
Senator Harry Reid from Nevada reportedly objected President Obama's jobs-stimulus bill. Although in fact, the Nevada Democrat is sponsoring Mr. Obama's bill but he said other matters take priority.... read more
The political elite as a crisis of legitimacy
By: Author Name | Oct 3 2011
Thus, there remains no doubt that the collapse of the Soviet Union actually integrates post-industrialism, however, is somewhat at odds with the concept of Easton. Political leadership... read more
GOP's Spouses in Pictures
By: Mary Rose | Sep 27 2011
GOP or Grand Old Party is the nickname of the Republican Party which is one of the two major contemporary political parties in the United States, along with the... read more
World's Terrible Riots of All Time
By: Mary Rose | Sep 11 2011
Riots or disturbances happened causing the worst in our life with serious results of killing, damage to property, looting and widespread destruction to get their point across. Here... read more
Top Secret
By: Connie H. Deutsch | Aug 20 2011
Top Secret by Connie H. Deutsch In July, 1947 a UFO crashed in Roswell, New Mexico, and the government tried to cover it up by saying that it was... read more
Mitt Romney for 2012 President Race
By: Mary Rose | Aug 13 2011
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney officially became the second major Republican to be the GOP nominee in the 2012 presidential race in June 2011. To achieve his aim of winning... read more
Rick Perry for Texas President Running 2012
By: Mary Rose | Aug 13 2011
After months of speculation by Republicans, Rick Perry has officially entered the 2012 Texas Governor race. His spokesman, Mark Miner confirmed that Perry running for president and... read more
Worst US Presidents of All Time
By: Mary Rose | Aug 13 2011
During the long-term U.S history, there are many Presidents who always did best things for the people and tried their best to bring U.S into the leading nation on... read more
Current Female Presidents and Prime Ministers around the World
By: Mary Rose | Aug 9 2011
Newly Thai’s Prime Minister Shinawatra Yingluck has become the newest member of the club of current female presidents and prime ministers in the world.  On Thursday 5 August, Shinawatra Yingluck... read more
Yingluck Shinawatra: Way to Thailand's Prime Minister
By: Mary Rose | Aug 7 2011
On 5 August, Thailand welcomed the new and first female Prime Minister in the nation’s history named Yingluck Shinawatra, the youngest sister of the former PM Thaksin Shinawatra.... read more
Yingluck Shinawatra: Thailand's First Female Prime Minister in Pictures
By: Mary Rose | Aug 6 2011
On 5 August, Thai House of Representatives officially elected Yingluck Shinwatra, 44, sister former Prime Minister of Thailand Thaksin Shinawatra, as the 28th prime minister and... read more
Top Island Disputes in East Asia in Pictures
By: Mary Rose | Aug 6 2011
East Asia is the region containing a range of territorial disputes, which occasionally escalate into regional violence such as Takeshima/Dokdo islands of Japan and South Korea and Yeonpyeong Island... read more
U.S. Presidents' Birthdays in Pictures
By: Mary Rose | Aug 6 2011
On August 4, 2011, President Barack Obama celebrated his 50-year-old birthday in a fundraising campaign held at Chicago's classy Aragon Ballroom with an estimate of 1, 000 attendees.... read more
Just Another Something Or Othergate
By: Connie H. Deutsch | Jun 10 2011
Just Another Something Or Othergate by Connie H. Deutsch I'm sure that the suffix, "gate" has been around for the last couple of centuries to describe a scandal and cover-up but... read more
Cutest Moments of Obama's Daughters
By: Mary Rose | Apr 28 2011
Barrack Obama – the 44th and first African American descent President of the United States of America – has two daughters Malia Ann and Sasha. Malia Ann was born on... read more
Thai and Cambodian Civilians Evacuate From Fighting Zone
By: Mary Rose | Apr 26 2011
Clashes between Thai and Cambodian troops over their long-disputed border erupted around Ta Moan and Ta Krabey temples in the northeastern Thai province of Surin, have killed at least... read more
NATO Flattens Gaddafi's Bab Al-Aziziyah Compound on April 25
By: Mary Rose | Apr 26 2011
Libya's government accused NATO forces of launching airstrikes at the centre of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s seat of power on early Monday, April 25 in the aim of assassinating... read more
Secrets of the Enormous Attraction in Used Merchandise in USA
By: wholesalepop | Apr 9 2011
On any weekend all through the yr 1 can invest hrs browsing via neighborhood flea markets. The Objective Comments and Disadvantages of Womens Leather Boots These are very famous for those... read more
Highest-Paid Top Government Officials in the U.S
By: Mary Rose | Mar 30 2011
As the nation’s leaders and figurehead, government officials are responsible for the foreign operations, fiscal policies, armed forces, and others. Their jobs are paramount to the... read more
Five Notable Politicians' Scandals
By: Mary Rose | Mar 15 2011
The world’s political history has been peppered with politicians’ scandals. The figures have been involved in the extramarital affair, fraud and substance abuse, and abuse of power. The... read more
Live-Fire Exercise Between South Korea and U.S. Soldiers
By: Mary Rose | Mar 8 2011
U.S. and South Korea soldiers took part in the military exercise from Pocheon, Gyeonggi Province on March 2, 2011. The practice aimed at displaying soldiers’ readiness against any... read more
Top Paid Politicians in Asia
By: Mary Rose | Feb 27 2011
It is known that Hollywood’s big stars earn big bucks. There is a high salary paid to them in blockbusters. Certainly, they are so popular and more popular when... read more
A Destiny For New Vision
By: sanchita | Feb 24 2011
Rail Budget 2011-2012 will be a prime concern for the ongoing Union Budget session. In past few years the government successfully expanded the inherited rail network of 53, 996 km... read more
Highest-Paid Politicians in Asia Pacific
By: Mary Rose | Feb 23 2011
Politics is a sensitive sense when it comes to salary of ministers and politicians. Recently, the Economist magazine has researched for the annual salary of politicians in the Asia... read more
We Need A Green Budget: Business Leaders Urge Osborne
By: J4TP | Feb 22 2011
With David Camerons announcement today that he wants to see all public services run by volunteers and private companies, it is becoming abundantly clear that we have here the... read more
More Proof That Obama Care Is Fatally Flawed
By: Bruno Korschek | Feb 20 2011
Many, many smart Americans truly believe that Obama Care is likely to fail and place an unbelievable financial and bureaucratic burden on the nation. Their theory is that Obama... read more
Note To The Political Class: While Your Were Out (apparently Accomplishing Nothing)
By: Bruno Korschek | Feb 20 2011
Although the Federal wing of the American class has been in session in D.C. the past few weeks, they, as usual, appear to have accomplished nothing of... read more
Wisconsin, Simple Math, Simpleton Politicians
By: Bruno Korschek | Feb 20 2011
As most of you probably know by now, there have been some rather large demonstrations going on in Madison, Wisconsin by public employee union members who are upset... read more
Politics Of The Persian Gulf War
By: tishbite | Feb 18 2011
The United States and many of her allies is involved in a costly conflict in the Persian Gulf which has lasted far longer than it should have for various reasons.... read more
Anti-Government Demonstrations Spread Across Arab World
By: Mary Rose | Feb 17 2011
January 25 witnessed massive demonstrations across Egypt against President Hosni Mubarak's regime that made at least 300 dead and thousands injured. Eleven days later, protesters gathered at Cairo’s Tahrir... read more
In Kashmir All Actors Need To Come Out Clean
By: Chandan singh | Feb 16 2011
The history of Kashmir has three narratives, the official, the common man version and the secret one known only to players of Kashmir politics. It is the secret... read more
Discussion In The U.s Over Mubarak's Resignation
By: Edward Markson | Feb 16 2011
The revolt in Egypt attracted the attention of the international community as President Barack Obama addressed the United States on Tuesday night regarding the unrest in Egypt. It is during... read more
Nancy Pelosi - Becoming More And More Irrelevant
By: Bruno Korschek | Feb 14 2011
Nancy Pelosi has been just such a fertile ground of political class insanity over the past four years she was Speaker Of The House. Consider some of her finer moments: -... read more
Lists Are A Great Way To Promote Your Controversial Site
By: Dorothy Simpson | Feb 10 2011
With the inevitable time crunch, net users usually get attracted to brief content without much ado. Net surfers want information in the form of lists, small blogs or... read more
Middle East Muslim Brotherhood
By: lynthomas | Feb 10 2011
It is believed that the Muslim Brotherhood is concealing its religious message for the moment, amid a popular Arab revolt, that is allegedly not driven by either politics... read more
Is President Obama Qualified To Be Our Commander In Chief
By: tishbite | Feb 10 2011
The president of the United States is also known as the Commander in Chief of our military forces. This means that he or she is the highest military authority in... read more
US Judge Rules ObamaCare Unconstitutional
By: Delwyn Lounsbury | Feb 10 2011
THE DEFLATION GURU A Florida federal judge, Justice Roger Vinson of the U.S. District Court in Pensacola, Florida ruled, 1/31/2011, that the thinking behind the 2700 page,... read more
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