Law

21 Jan 19
hearttoheartwithyou

Hello. On this blog i referred to myself as my alter ego, “Nadeshiko.” She was a person who i acted as. Nadeshiko was vulnerable and weak. I made sure she had all the walls down and that she could feel every single emotion that’s hurting. Nadeshiko represented me in so many ways, she is the […]

21 Jan 19
All and everything about Polish Law

Why should you invest in Poland? This a very important question before you take up a decision to move to Poland. The answer is that that this a limited time opportunity which will not repeat itself for a long time. Some of Poland’s advantages are: • access to the European Common Market; • an educated […]

21 Jan 19
PEOPLE.com

The fifth and youngest senior pastor in the church’s history is leading the fight against mass incarceration.

21 Jan 19
Limited Overs

Today is Martin Luther King Jr Day in the United States. Officially, it is a day for all Americans to “reflect on the principles of racial equality and nonviolent social change espoused by Martin Luther King Jr.”  That language is from the law signed by Ronald Reagan in 1983. Cricket, like all institutions, has racism […]

21 Jan 19
Fox17

WASHINGTON (AP) — Wielding control of the House and a new set of investigative powers, Democrats are preparing to bring Education Secretary Betsy DeVos under the sharpest scrutiny she has seen since taking office. DeVos has emerged as a common target for Democrats as they take charge of the House and its committees, which carry […]

21 Jan 19
Music

“Sunlight is the best disinfectant” –Justice Chandrachud Can’t control my curiosity… I always wonder how the courtroom will be? Is that as same as what media portray in their movies? Or is that something else?? I always have a curious mind and an urge to visit Supreme Court. But damn sure I’m not that much […]

21 Jan 19
The Harbinger

The United States of America has, once again shattered a record; but, this record isn’t one that anyone hoped to break. In the latest showdown between the President and the Democrats, the funding for many federal offices – and its employees — stopped on Saturday, December 22nd of 2018. The partial shutdown. What is now […]

21 Jan 19
What is Identity?

In Discrimination, a work of poetry by South African poet Adelaide Rhead, the main message that Rhead depicts is that no matter what may divide us, our identity should be as equals and all human. Throughout her poem, she compares straight to gay, black to white, male to female, and Christian to Jewish. By comparing […]

21 Jan 19
Sentinel Colorado

WASHINGTON | Thirty-one days into the partial government shutdown, Democrats and Republicans appeared no closer to ending the impasse than when it began, with President Donald Trump lashing out at his opponents after they dismissed a plan he’d billed as a compromise. Trump on Sunday branded House Speaker Nancy Pelosi a “radical” and said she […]

21 Jan 19
Communication Portfolio

Gun law regulations have been one of the most important topic in the news for the past 5 years since the amount of shootings in the United States have increased. When I was talking to my co-worker about this topic this week, he mentioned than many news outlets will create fake news about shootings that […]

21 Jan 19
Current School News

10 Most Difficult and Toughest Examinations in the World. Difficult and Toughest Examinations in the World – Obviously, there are so many exams which are “harder” than this based on other people’s definition of difficulty. Examinations are the present nightmares of every student in the world. As they grow older, the exams keep getting more difficult […]

21 Jan 19
The Russophile

European commission says it is suing country over laws on education and foreign-backed civil society organisations The EU is taking Hungary to the European court of justice( ECJ) over Viktor Orban’s crackdown on political liberties and a leading university, as Brussels steps up the international fight to protect democratic values in central Europe. The Hungarian […]