This article analyzes the the cause and damages attached to terrorism and War on Terror. Provides a historic perspective. Performs a cause and effect analysis, and reviews the cost effectiveness of War on Terror. Sheds light on U.S. foreign policy and aftermath of post 9/11 wars. Article has special focus on Pakistan. Explores the role of Pakistan and the cost it is paying for being a U.S. ally in War on Terror.

This article analyzes the logic and consequences of U.S. foreign interventions, invasions and wars. Discusses the topic in a very wide context. Highlights the human and financial cost of these ventures. Finds out, if these have been beneficial even from political point of view. Provides a historical perspective. Points out to the facts on grounds and results outside the battlefields. Performs a cost and benefit analysis.

This article analyzes the option of voting for third parties. Discusses the arguments for and against the multiple party system. Brings into focus the importance of competition and availability of choice. Points out to the rampant corruption and cronyism in current two party dominance over our political system. Explains, how improved competition and more choices can change the situation. Appeals to the voters for voting in accordance with merit, not the affiliations.

This article analyses the issues related to federal budgeting, deficits and debt. Diggs deep into the real causes and their perpetuation. Explores, how money, politics, corruption, dishonesty, human psychology and propaganda are involved. Finds out the real solutions. Stresses on the fact that a complete overhaul in political, financial and fiscal system is needed. Points out that it also requires a major change in the way we get information and use it to vote.

This article analyzes the debt ceiling issue, in the light of revenue versus spending debate, and the argument of fairness. Informs readers about, why the spending, and government size needed to be slashed, along with a temporary raise in debt ceiling. With the help of authentic stats and numbers, the article, effectively shows that we absolutely do not have a revenue issue. What we have is a serious spending issue. Sheds light on the fact that our tax code is already very unfair, and the recent tax hikes are going to make it even more unfair.

This article analyzes the U.S. foreign policy debate, going on, as a result of 2012 presidential elections. Points out, how corporate media, both major political parties and their candidates are dodging the real issues, including foreign policy issues. Compares isolationism and interventionism. Sheds light on the mess created by highly interventionist U.S. foreign policies. Finds out the links between foreign policies, economics and finance. Tells us why our foreign policy should be a major concern for everyone of us.

This is fifteenth and final article, in a series, analyzing the candidacy of Libertarian candidate for president of United States, in 2012 elections, Gary Johnson. It is focused on first nationally televised debate between Republican candidate Mitt Romney and Incumbent, Democratic Party Candidate, Barack Obama. Extensive and in depth references are provided, on almost every major issue, we are facing, right now. Sheds lights on the dramatic nature of debate, how it was totally devoid of substance and the most important issues were intentionally and tactfully dodged.

This is fourteenth, in a series of articles analyzing the candidacy of Libertarian party candidate for president of United States, in 2012 elections, Gary Johnson. It performs a very deep and extensive analysis of first presidential debate in 2012 election cycle. Shows, how the debate was totally useless, as far as the current burning issues of war and spending are concerned. Both candidates played, each others game, as usual, and did not discuss the issues, dear to the godfathers of their campaign, corporate lobbies.

This article is twelfth in a series, analyzing the candidacy of libertarian candidate for president, Gary Johnson, in 2012 U.S. presidential elections. It compares, in detail and depth, the plans being proposed by Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, to cut the U.S. federal budget deficit and debt, with the ones, being proposed by Gary Johnson. Sheds light on candidates’ records. Explains, why we need a real change, not a superficial one, comprises of only change of faces, with same type of lobbies’ controlled politicians in place, on the major avenues of power, in United States.

This article is sixth in a series analyzing the candidacy of Gary Johnson, Libertarian candidate for president, in 2012 U.S. presidential elections. Article provides a bird’s view on credibility and standards of credibility. Emphasizes that mainstream media and pimped politicians keep us busy in the war of words and effectively distract us from the real standards of credibility like deeds and record. In this environment, when we had been lied, time and again, on extremely serious issues, it makes absolutely no sense, to prefer words over deeds and record.

This article is fifth in a series analyzing the candidacy of Gary Johnson, presidential nominee for Libertarian Party, in 2012 U.S. elections. This article challenges the laziness of American voters and motivates them to stand up, and courageously and devotedly fulfill their responsibilities as American citizens and voters. Emphasizes the fact that we just cannot getaway from our responsibilities, by saying that it is all politicians’ and media’s fault. It has a lot to do with the ways we act and vote. If we vote responsibly, after doing little research about candidates and do not rely too much on big media, we can have very different outcomes.

This article is the fourth in a series on the candidacy of Governor Gary Johnson, Libertarian Party Candidate for president of United States, in 2012 U.S. presidential elections. Brings into focus the issues of government regulations vs. free markets. Analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of big government. Sheds light on the ideas of war, and global influence and control vs. constitution and Bill of Rights. Finds out, if government is smarter or people and private enterprise. Answers the question, if we are better off, protected by government or free.

This article analyzes the candidacy of Gary Johnson, Libertarian candidate for president of United States, in 2012 U.S. presidential elections, former two times, term limited governor of New Mexico, popularly known as Mr. veto, who used his veto power, a record, 750 times, during his eight years, cut taxes fourteen times and never raised those. He is true Libertarian, who stands for the superiority of constitution, drug reforms like legalizing Marijuana, ending military wars and war on drugs, and bringing troops home, right now.

This article analyzes, in detail, the democratic process of elections in United States. Brings forward the pros and cons of existing system. Discusses the ever increasing role and importance of money in elections. Evaluates the point that system and people involved in it are progressively getting corrupted. Shades the light on fact that the people with less money are being disenfranchised by the system. It is literally becoming impossible to run an election campaign unless you are rich or represent the interests of rich.

This articles analyzes the pros and cons of two party political system in United States. Brings into focus the fact that there are many third part and independent candidates, but, because big media does a total blackout of these candidates, major political parties totally disenfranchise them and because they do not have lots of corporate money to back themselves, their candidacy, campaigns and parties. a very small proportion of U.S. population actually knows about them. Their ideas, their manifestos, their programs, their messages and their campaigns do not even exist on big media.

This article analyzes the 2012 presidential election campaigns in United States, in the light of foreign policy, situation in Middle East, Iran and nuclear race, economy and money situation. Discusses the Mitt Romney’s proposal that he would not allow Iran to have nuclear weapons, under any circumstances and at any cost. Brings into focus the U.S. Iran war, proposed as a possibility by Mr. Romney, it’s consequences and effects on U.S.national interest and average American. Stresses on Ron Paul’s suggestion that we must stop policing the world, if not for constitution, then, for the sake of cost and money, at least.

This article analyzes Rep. Ron Paul’s candidacy for the president of United States in 2012. Brings into focus the constitutionality and common sense in Ron Paul’s agenda. Compares it with Mitt Romney and Obama. Finds out if it fits our current needs and can solve the major problems like national dent and budget deficits. Identifies the real causes of our deficits and finds out if Ron Paul has a solution for the factors causing so much debt to this world’s largest economy. Shades light on Ron Paul’s track record to see if he can be trusted on these issues.

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