Although less well known as a multilateral government agency than the United Nations, the World Bank still has many of the same problems.
Monthly Archives For August 2007
The romantic notion of a powerful underground movement taking hold of a nation and effecting change of international proportions is the hypothesis of journalist David Aikman’s Jesus in Beijing: How Christianity is Transforming China and Changing the Global Balance of Power.
While America may have been content to sit back and ignore political developments in other less powerful countries in the past, aggressive foreign powers have dedicated a significant amount of their time and energy to identify—and exploit— America’s weaknesses.
Senator James Inhofe, R-Okla., of the Senate Environmental Public Works Committee issued a written challenge to global-warming advocates, to lead by example and alter their lifestyles toward an environmentally-friendly approach.
On August 6, 2007, Associated Press writer Lindsey Tanner released an article, “Marketing Tricks Tot’s Taste Buds,” detailing how Dr. Tom Robinson’s August 2007 new study concluded that marketing campaigns can alter a child’s perception of taste and convince them that the name brand is more desirable.
Currently, columnist Robert Novak’s memoir, The Prince of Darkness is prominently displayed together with Harry Potter in just about every American bookstore.
The snowballing effect of evangelical devotion is changing the face of a nation well on its way to becoming a preeminent global power, according to David Aikman, author of Jesus in Beijing.
Though the mainstream media has kept the facts well-hidden, and Hollywood would proclaim otherwise, global warming skeptics not only exist, but they are plentiful in number. Furthermore, a fair number of the skeptics are scientists and experts in meteorology, and some are even converted Kyoto supporters.
Heated comparisons between the Iraq and Vietnam wars have often been used by public officials ranging from Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass.) to Sen. Chuck Hagel (R-Nebr.) to prove that America must simply ‘pull out’ from its doomed attempts at nation-building in the Middle East. However, a variation of the Vietnam model may actually enhance our military’s ability to counteract the Iraqi insurgency by providing useful data-collection models, the lessons of which can be applied to the Iraq war.
The Social Security Trust fund is steamrolling towards bankruptcy, yet the majority of Americans do not fully comprehend the future crisis of today’s working generation.