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Politics is the process by which groups of people make decisions. The term is generally applied to behavior within civil governments, but politics has been observed in all human group interactions, including corporate, academic, and religious institutions.

Stop-and-frisk ruled unconstitutional by US District Judge.
Occupiers in New York's Zuccotti Park are taking out the trash.
The CBO projects that our budget deficit will reach almost $1.5 trillion this year. How did we get here? A look at three groups that have controlled Congress.
Much like consumers over using credit cards, the federal government spends more than it takes in, creating yearly budget deficits. It's time for a balanced budget amendment.
Business despise uncertainty, and have been faced with nothing but uncertainty for the last two years. Recent changes in Washington will be viewed by the business community favorably, and will help to get us rolling in the right direction.
“George Bush doesn’t care about black people.” Those were the words uttered by Kanye West and…directed at the former President George Bush. Those seven words shocked the world. They were uttered at a time when New Orleans was submerged under water. The city and other parts of the coastal areas were in turmoil from Hurricane Katrina. The areas that were hit hardest were predominately black and very poor
Three words that carry a lot of weight. Redistribution of wealth. While it's an important component of our country's view on taxation, it should not be used like a political club to create social justice.
Pakistani Americans are among the most educated minority communities in the United States. However, that has not reflected in the political representation in the United States. While the Indian Americans have seen the rise of Governor Bobby Jindal and the rise of other Indian Americans in political representation.
These are interesting times in terms of politics in Pakistan. Right now, there is plenty of uncertainty in regards to who will be the next Prime Minister, President, or if there will be midterm elections or whether the current PPP lead coalition government will survive the full five year term. In Pakistan, the need is clear for new leadership to emerge. Will it will be former President Pervez Musharraf or Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Imran Khan? One thing is certain, Change is Imminent.
Is the Integrated Nationalism a better concept than the Inclusive Nationalism?
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