politicians

Reviews of the politicians kissing babies and running governments around the world; applaud and criticize the decisions they make and their implications.

  • Jide Okonjo
    Published 14 days ago
    5 Wild Things Gov. Nyesom Wike Said During The Rivers State #EndSars Protest.

    5 Wild Things Gov. Nyesom Wike Said During The Rivers State #EndSars Protest.

    The governor had a lot to say. We are at a very pivotal moment in time here in Nigeria. The youths of the nation have taken to the streets to protest against the menace that is the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) here in the nation because for a long time, the officer of SARS have oppressed the people and used their position of power to bully and harass innocent civilians, especially youth whom they deem to be criminals based on the kinds of phones they use or the type of cars they drive.
  • Eric Christopher Jackson
    Published 25 days ago
    The First Presidential Debate of 2020

    The First Presidential Debate of 2020

    I want to have hope for our Nation. I want to believe that those who represent the citizens of America have our best interests at heart. Unfortunately, Tuesday night's Presidential Debate between Joe Biden and President Trump only confirmed the real truth: Politicians are in this race for themselves. To better their career. To better their lives and the lives of their family. It's all about them.
  • Muhammad Hussain
    Published about a month ago
    Who is Imran khan?

    Who is Imran khan?

    Imran Khan, fully Imran Ahmad Khan Niazi, (born November 25, 1952, Lahore, Pakistan), Pakistani cricketer, politician, philanthropist, and Pakistani Prime Minister (2018–) who became national hero by leading the Pakistani national team to World Cup victory of Cricket in 1992 and later entered politics as a critic of government corruption in Pakistan. Imran khan is the 22nd and current Prime Minister of Pakistan and chairman of Pakistan Tehreeq-e-insaff. Before his entry into politics, he was an international cricketer and captain of the National team of Pakistan which he led to victory I 1992 Cricket World cup.
  • Nicholas Bishop
    Published about a month ago
    Len McCluskey:  Requests Meeting with Johnson and Sunak.

    Len McCluskey: Requests Meeting with Johnson and Sunak.

    Len McCluskey has written to Boris Johnson, asking for a direct meeting. Mr McCluskey has also asked for a meeting with Chancellor, Rishi Sunak. Mr McCluskey has pointed to a large spate of redundancies when the furlough scheme ends.
  • Ellowen Ophelia
    Published 2 months ago
    Who Are You Really If You Vote For Trump OR Biden?

    Who Are You Really If You Vote For Trump OR Biden?

    The people of this nation have positioned themselves to flow blindly with their binding political views. No one is ready to have the conversations needed to build a better future for our country. We've got a giant slab of land, a person with hardly the qualifications to run it, and millions of mindless sheep soaring through life as if today is "normal." We've an election coming up with two men at the forefront, neither qualified, neither appropriate enough to run even a daycare. We are currently stepping into the shadows, risking the loss of everything if either one takes office.
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published 2 months ago
    Trump backs candidate who is openly against Muslims and Islam

    Trump backs candidate who is openly against Muslims and Islam

    America is a melting pot and we all should respect those who are different and with whose views we do not agree. Those who hold public office should be fair to all American citizens they have sworn to represent. Unfortunately, a lot of hate and vitriol has been coming down from the president since he first ran for office and it has negatively affected those in his party. A growing number of Republicans have been openly expressing racist views. The latest is far right candidate Laura Loomer who has said publicly that she is a proud "Islamophobe." Loomer, 27 who says Islam is a cancer recently won the GOP primary for Florida's 21st precinct.
  • Cheryl E Preston
    Published 2 months ago
    Kamala Harris will be Donald Trump's worst nightmare along with Michelle Obama

    Kamala Harris will be Donald Trump's worst nightmare along with Michelle Obama

    From the day that Donald Trump began running for office and during his first term as president, he has expressed intolerance of those different from himself. He continues to call the coronavirus as the "Kung flu" and "China virus." He recently referred to Senator Elizabeth Warren as Pocahontas and said that Mexican immigrants were thieves and murderers. He continuously gives winks and nods to the far right and White supremacist groups and has said disparaging things about women, blacks, Muslims, and basically anyone who is not an older white male. After Michelle Obama's passionate speech at the Democratic National Convention, number 45 now has his worst nightmare staring him in the face.
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 3 months ago
    Kamala Harris: Interesting Things About Joe Biden's Running Mate

    Kamala Harris: Interesting Things About Joe Biden's Running Mate

    Senator Kamala Harris was already well known by some who follow politics. However, there are some interesting things that people might not know about the person who will be on the ticket along with Joe Biden for the 2020 Presidential Election.
  • Barry Blake
    Published 3 months ago
    A Conversation Between World Leaders

    A Conversation Between World Leaders

    The following is a collection of quotations, the words of two people. They are not talking to each other, but their comments have a certain commonality. One of the people was a world leader. The other is a world leader. The comments of each tell us which might be more fit to lead. One is an extraordinary person; the other is not. The idea of this exercise is not to determine who the speakers are (that’s easy) but to understand the skill set of a successful leader.
  • Matthew Primous
    Published 3 months ago
    Washington's Lesson

    Washington's Lesson

    There was a story about General Washington when his troops were just trained for the Revolutionary War. In the event of their graduation as military troops, Washington would have them watched the play about the man, the Roman Senator who made Emperor Caesar. The play, Cato, would show all the lengths of knowledge that the senator possessed and how he could easily persuade the Roman Senate to listen to Caesar. Cato was a longtime serving senator who could not gain enough popularity to become emperor even though he had all the knowledge and leadership skills. Roman was possessed with Caesar's divisiveness and military prowess. For example, Cato created the first easy to vote system so Romans could vote easier and support his campaign. He tried numerous times to be Emperor but failed to Julius Caesar. Caesar was a magnate and center character, too hard of an opponent to defeat. Cato's ultimate fall was that he placed his trust into the hands of the dictatorship of Caesar. Cato would cover all the misdoings of Caesar and plotted with Caesar to control the Roman Senate until finally, he could not take it anymore. He died in what they identified as a suicide yet the facts remain a mystery. However, this completed the downfall of Caesar because he could no longer control the Senate and the Romans were distraught over his terms of peace and Cato's end made the Senate fear the power of Caesar and the Senate tried to honor Cato with a coin and his invention but it was too late. Eventually, the Roman Dictator's end was on its eve.
  • Jide Okonjo
    Published 3 months ago
    Regina Daniels Might Be The First Lady Come 2023 Election

    Regina Daniels Might Be The First Lady Come 2023 Election

    It has all been leading up to this. In the past, I wrote a piece titled "15 Interesting Facts About Regina Daniels Husband Ned Nwoko" and in number 12 of those interesting facts, I told you about how reports came in about how Ned Nwoko has been trying to link himself with a popular celebrity so as to promote his name and make him popular, and as a result, fuel his political ambition.
  • Margaret Minnicks
    Published 3 months ago
    
Congressman John Lewis Dies at Age 80: His Life by the Numbers

    Congressman John Lewis Dies at Age 80: His Life by the Numbers

    Congressman John Robert Lewis, an American politician and civil rights leader died of Stage IV pancreatic cancer on Friday, July 17, 2020, at the age of 80. He made the announcement about the disease in a statement on December 29, 2019.