How to Survive the End of the World

How to Survive the End of the World

We all have our own ways of coping with stress – some of which are very effective and some that just end up flaking out like creosote on your windshield. It seems More »

Understanding the Different Styles of Haiku Poetry

Understanding the Different Styles of Haiku Poetry

If you have ever been to a poetry reading, you will notice that the poetry is not read in its entirety. It usually breaks down into three parts and sometimes the poetry will be broken up into ten More »

Tips for Using a Funny Meme Generator

Tips for Using a Funny Meme Generator

The Internet is a wonderful place and there are several places you can find the best funniest Memes to make your day or week a bit more interesting. It’s important to be More »

Dating Tips For Women – Learn How to Get the Right Man

Dating Tips For Women – Learn How to Get the Right Man

There are many dating tips for women out there, but this is a quick article on how to find someone who meets your needs. When it comes to meeting new people, it can be More »

How to Cast Love Spells

How to Cast Love Spells

Voodoo love Spells are among the strongest spells known today. In most cases they are associated with a wish to totally return love to those who have lost it. Voodoo Love Spells help solve a number More »

 

Category Archives: Politics

Do You Want to Change the Election System?

The Electoral College may be the last vestige of representative democracy left in the US. The Electoral College was originally established by the Constitution to safeguard against a single person, or a small minority, having too much power in government,

Why Do Most People Vote For the Democrat Party Over the Republican Party?

The term “Republican beliefs” is sometimes heard in political circles. It used to refer to the beliefs of a particular party that had some similarities to those of the Democratic Party. Today it can refer to different political beliefs, not

Kim Jung-Un Does Not Play With His Hand

Just a few months ago, I was at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Korea (FCCK) and met with Kim Jong-un. I got to know him well, both as a former North Korean leader, but also from a Western perspective. When

Who Is Our President, Not Donald Trump

Has anybody really considered that Donald Trump is being “dishonest” about his poll numbers? After all, we’ve all heard that politicians always say they’re up, but that’s because they want you to believe that. It’s a useful con for them