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    Obama Approval Rating in First 100 Days

    Whether you voted for him or not, few Americans can honestly say that on January 20th, they were not anxious to see how the first Black President of the United States would perform as leader of the free the world After recently completing his first 100 days in the Oval Office, the Barack Obama approval rating is extremely high for a leader faced with so much adversity from a devastating recession to two wars in the Middle East

    Party Politics

    Recently I've spent a lot of time on politically active sites I signed up for the free memberships so I could comment on the articles

    Recent media reports have brought attention to the US

    Watching the protests and riots staged to coincide with the G-20 Forum in the United Kingdom might tempt you to view this as another battle in the long-running war between capital and labor But, that's not true

    The End of Reason

    I can't think of anything to write about I thought I would say the stuff that needed to be said and that would be it

    January 20, 2009 will be one of those days in American history that the African American community will always remember—the day Barack Hussein Obama was sworn in as the 44th president of the United States of America The world watched as the 47-year-old man placed his hand on the same burgundy velvet-colored Holy Bible that Abraham Lincoln used when he pledged to “Preserve, protect, and defend the constitution” of a country that was about to be at war against itself

    I returned to the UK in 2001 and it took me time to figure out what was going on in Britain If anything I was relieved to see the Labour party back in power: at least, I thought, they look after the people

    The most important and historical decisions about Justice in Rome 4 November The Council of Europe took very important step to implement in every Country of the European Union reforms of legislation assuring the Court - impartiality - independence - and the first time concept of free assistance This principle was implemented in all national E

    Public Interest Litigation

    a) Vested interests Is possible for citizens to combat corruption to individual and systematic levels Actually is very difficult, including exposing oneself to personal and serious risks

    Can be at three levels: • Country or society level, which essentially requires the emphasis given by the National Integrity Systems processBut there are useful overlaps of course

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