Shiite and Sunni: What are the differences?
Both sects are Muslim. They believe the Koran is the direct word of God, passed down to the prophet Muhammad in a series of revelations before his death. They pray in the direction of Mecca, and share the same dietary and general social restrictions.
How Do We Define the Political Center on Privacy?
While the U.S. political scene is often described as polarized, many members within the major political parties ... the American public generally does not. One poll conducted in January showed that 70 percent of Americans believe the invasion of privacy ...
Admit It, Political Scientists: Politics Really Is More Broken Than Ever
They find that the ideological distance between the parties grew dramatically since the 1970s, but that it would be a mistake to equate the two parties’ roles in contemporary political ... We do the public a disservice to say less than we believe to ...
Education: To change the world, you are not alone
One seeking to fight off political corruption, need only remember the more they keep you silent the more ... and so long as we believe we are only an individual we say “What can I do as an individual?” Yet we do not need to stay as an individual ...
Hot War with Russia - The Saker
What are the military realities that the United States and it's NATO collaborators see when they consider a real war ... of misguided conclusions a self-deluding political leadership can reach when it begins to believe its own lies. So without committing ...