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Sunday, October 31, 2010

The Truth About America Is Consolidating With "Real American Truth" Site

In Our Great Society, any job is "A Good One."
Having recently returned to the "Working World," out of absolute necessity, I have had to make some very important decisions lately. As much as it pains me to do this, one of them has been to reduce my current personal workload - by eliminating two of my current blogs online. Thus, I have been forced to choose among: "The Truth About America" and my "Real American Truth" site, due to their frequent informational overlap - with regard to individual political topics.

Although this site was my first one, and is considerably larger with regards to actual topical content, Real American Truth [honestly] does much better with respect to Search Engine Optimization. Ultimately, SEO Issues were my overriding concern - given these substantial structural changes. Consequently, I have decided to consolidate and move all of my articles over to the much newer blog site. I had hoped to keep them both online, however, my new job duties are presenting too big an obstacle - to maintain them both - over the long term.

Although this blog will remain up for the next couple of months, as I transition my articles between these two blogs, all future postings will be uploaded upon the "Real American Truth" site from now on.... Please feel free to check it out, and bookmark the new editorial page! In the meantime, I will be moving my current "Truth About America" blog archives as quickly as time permits me to do so... so that I may get back to my regularly posting of our rapidly developing and largely historical political events.

For more information, about these changes, please see the following article:

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Interesting, And Humorous, Political Quotes - Still Relevant Today

Who's To Blame? HIM, Of Course....
Although many of these quotations were either: penned, or spoken long ago, it is amazing how relevant that they continually remain today... at least, to those who don't understand the True Value [or, Authoritative Power] of History. Even though the individual human players will continue to change over time, their Normative and Inherently Human Characteristics do not... nor, do their: Personal Agendas, Political Tactics, or Situational Failings. People are inherently drawn toward that, which is their greatest [and potentially destructive] human weakness: Alcoholics to Alcohol, Junkies to Drugs, Gamblers to Casinos, Sex Addicts to Prostitutes, Robbers to Banks... and Politicians to: Money, Notoriety, and Raw Political Power.   

Since the "Universal Laws Of Cause And Effect" remain constant and never change over time, truly insightful statements are timeless and of considerable value - irrespective of any other contributing environmental factors. Of such caliber, are the following Political Statements:

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Politics Is The Art Of Social Compromise

The "power of a cartoon" is an honestly truthful answer.
There are many definitions for the term "Politics." However, very few of these textbook definitions are truly succinct, concise, and clearly explanative of this frequently utilized social term.

For Instance:
  • Wikipedia says: "Politics is a process by which groups of people make collective decisions. The term is generally applied to behavior within civil governments, but politics has been observed in other group interactions, including corporate, academic, and religious institutions. It consists of social relations involving authority or power and refers to the regulation of a political unit, and to the methods and tactics used to formulate and apply policy."
  • FreeDictionary.com says: "Politics is the art [or science] of government or governing, especially the governing of a political entity, such as a nation, and the administration and control of its internal and external affairs."
  • Knowledgerush.com says: "Politics is the study and conduct of decision-making power (who's got it, and who hasn't) at the inter-social and societal levels."
Politics is, "The art of social compromise - within a much larger society - of opposite and competing factions." Contrary to all of those previous definitions, Politics has absolutely nothing to do with government specifically; or even directly! Politics is a [mere] fact of innate human life - which occurs everywhere two, or more, individual humans are gathered together. It occurs within America's: churches, businesses, civic organizations, schools, and even public playgrounds. Everywhere some sort of social compromise is [honestly] required, politics is an absolute societal necessity!

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