There are always more solutions than problems, and trying to control the spending of public funds is no different.
Bernard Madoff, the man who played the lead role in the American Wall Street massive fraud case, has been sentenced to 150 years in prison. This means that this chap will be spending the rest of his life behind bars. But even if Madoff does his time, it doesn't return the more than $60 billion in losses that he caused [Read more]
On July 2, 2009, chinanews.com.cn reprinted an article posted on jnocnews.jp reporting on the first official trilateral policy discussions between China, Japan and the United States. The impending summit indicates that these three countries are looking to renew their strategic, cooperative relationship. [Read more]
The arms race with the United States caused the collapse of the USSR. What are Russia’s chances of winning in the current internet battlefield?
Following land, sea, air, and space, the internet has become the new battleground, where world powers continue to compete in an arms race. According to a recent report from [Read more]
Clearly, the entire country’s “conscience” has lost control of itself, and both the country and its people are about to suffer real catastrophe.
On June 25th, American Eastern time in the afternoon, I felt strangely ill at ease, so I read some materials about mysticism. When the news of Michael Jackson’s death came out, the meaning of the title of the news report from the Associated Press was profound: He Is Not Only the King of Pop. One fan in Los Angeles [Read more]
On the evening of June 26th, the U.S. House of Representatives passed, by a narrow majority, a climate change bill designed to curb greenhouse gas emissions. Analysts believe that this bill’s passage is an important first step in the U.S.’s response to climate change.
<b>A Bill of Great Significance</b> [Read more]
With the anticipated rise of inflation, the U.S. has encountered a worldwide sell-off in American debt. So what is the inherent logic behind Japan’s choice to retain their debt holdings?
Is the United States a socialist country? Without question, it is not. Are there socialist attributes to President Obama's reform? Without a question, there are.
As The Associated Press reported, U.S. forces in Afghanistan have launched a Facebook page, a Twitter page, and a YouTube page in an effort to combat the Taliban's growing use of internet propaganda by communicating their missions in Afghanistan to the world via cyberspace.
Since President Obama entered the White [Read more]