The job creation as the challenge

Job creation is where a person creates his/her opportunities in his/her creative ability and creates job opportunities according to his/her wants in future. The job creation as the challenge can be tackled as follows. The e-commerce companies should announce that its creations of like two million jobs within one year. Where it can be the … Read more

Future of CRE Underwriting

You may be a one-man broker shop, a mid-size debt fund or an underwriter working with a large lender. Either way, you understand the importance of correctly extracting key financials from property historical, rent roll and other third-party reports to prepare a loan sizing file. There’s a lot of heavy lifting to be done and … Read more

Public Service Advertising in India

Social Advertising is the first form of advertising that systematically leverages historically offline dynamics, such as peer-pressure, friend recommendations, and other forms of social influence. Social media has the power to transform a campaign into a religion. Social Advertising is the media message designed to educate or motivate the Indians to engage in voluntarily social … Read more

Individualism and Its Corruption of the Political Legacy of President Ronald Reagan

President Reagan’s regime in 1981-1989 was typical of massive greed, corruption, rampant individualism and selfishness of politicians, investors and government officials who grabbed, manipulated and squandered national resources for their own benefit. It was the era where amassing wealth became a national obsession. Instead of seeking for individual rights and civic obligation for the common … Read more

Cultural Competence, Community Engagement, And Ethical Leadership In George Washington Carver’s Era

While I was researching this man George Washington Carver certain things popped out in his life that I also had to go through in my life. Missouri State University three public affair missions is ethical leadership, cultural competence and community engagement. In one lifetime George was able to display cultural competence in early childhood life … Read more

An Examination Of The Letter That John Quincy Adams Received From His Dad Abigail Adams’

In a persuasive letter written in 1780, Abigail Adams advises her son John Quincy Adams to take advantage of the opportunity to travel to France with his father (future president of the United States John Adams) and brother. Adams supports her position by using analogies to convince her son of his great attributes and potential, … Read more

Why are Committees in Congress so Important?

Professor Windham GOVT 2305 4 January 2018 Why are committees in Congress so important? How do the political parties affect the committee system in Congress? Committees represent a significant role in the legislative process by helping to coordinate the most important assignment of the Congress. Senate committees supervise the actions of the government and analyze … Read more

Ich bin ein Berliner (I am a ‘Berliner’)

June 26, 1963, post WWII, a time were the United States and the Soviet Union were the world’s superpowers. The two powers fought a war of different government and economic ideologies known as the Cold War. During the time of the speech, Germany was a nation split into Democratic West Germany and Communist East Germany, … Read more

An "Unwritten Constitution"

Sovereign states all over the world are governed by a constitution, which underpins the laws of the country. Most countries have a written constitution such as USA, Canada and France while the UK, Israel and New Zealand distinctly possess an unwritten constitution. A written constitution is characterized by a complete codification of all the constitutional … Read more

Reasons Why Maya Lin’s Vietnam Veteran Memorial Won The Competition By The Monument Committee

The competition by the Monument Committee that Maya Lin had won with her Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial design had consisted of 1,400 anonymous entries. After Maya Lin’s 21-year old Asian identity had been revealed, her design had received a lot of backlash and discrimination. Nevertheless, Maya Lin was able to win the heart of the judges … Read more

Securitization Theory

Gallie explained security as an ‘essentially contested concept’ which is an appropriate analogy when considering this essay. Securitization Theory falls under the umbrella of Critical Security Studies which entered the theoretical mainstream after the post-cold war paradigm shift. Naturally, these ‘critical’ conceptions criticize the traditional positivist approaches such as realism and liberalism which had dominated … Read more

Nature of economic reasoning

Definition of economic It is saying economic is the art but in the modern society it is named social science. Considering of economic they will think about how cost and resources are efficient for human being’s unlimited wants. There are micro economic and macro-economic Micro economic concerns the behavior of individuals and firm decision making. … Read more

Republic Day of India

Republic day has got a historical significance in the history of India. On this day, 26 January 1950, constitution of India came into existence, and became effective. It marked its place in the history for eternity. Like each year, this year India is celebrating its 69th Republic day with remarkable solemnity, passion, and glory. Governmental … Read more

Cryptocurrency indaHash coin

World’s fastest growing influencer marketing platform successfully closes pre-ICO and debuts main ICO to revolutionize the influencer industry. Global technology firm, indahash, which has connected more than 300,000 digital influencers in the world has announced the launch of their ICO. The firm is a universal cryptocurrency feature which is accessible to social media influencers. It … Read more

Public Law in the UK: The Royal Prerogative

The Royal Prerogatives are set powers that give the prime minister and the government, the authority to make decisions without consulting parliament.[1]The royal prerogative has been described by A.V Dicey as “The residue of discretionary or arbitrary authority… legally left in the hands of the crown”.[2] The quotation outlines the historical movement of the power … Read more

Liberalism vs Realism

Liberalism disagrees with realism/political realism on many key assumptions. There are a number of differences between these two schools of thought. To begin, unlike political realism, which views the state as the primary actor, liberalism/pluralism sees non-state actors as highly important in the international system. Liberals disagree with realism/political realism about the sole importance of … Read more

Pros and cons of homeland defense and homeland security

Homeland Security · Homeland security is a federal agency whose aim is protecting the United States against threats. In addition, the department of homeland security coordinates the country’s overall critical infrastructure and key resources protection efforts. Moreover, it monitors the National Infrastructure Protection Plan implementation, development, as well as integration with national preparedness initiatives. In … Read more

Thomas Jefferson vs. Alexander Hamilton

Introduction Thomas Jefferson was born on April 13, 1743 in Virginia; his father was a prominent man who owned over 1,400 acres of land. His mother came from one of the famous families in Virginia. As such, he had a very comfortable childhood devoid of any financial constraints. Alexander Hamilton on the other hand was … Read more

Federalists and Anti-federalists

Federalists & Anti-federalists Federalism- System of government in which power is constitutionally divided and delimited between a central government and that of provinces or states. Each level of government has its own powers and obligations to provide services and raise revenues. Unlike Confederations, federal systems give the central authority some amount of control over its … Read more

From Cooperative to Coercive Federalism

Well, cooperative federalism response to specific policy challenges that took place in the past. Also, reigning conception of American federalism took place between nineteen fifty-four to nineteen seventy eight. It was a political response to the policy challenges of market failure. Social equity is its primary objective, cooperative federalism significantly transformed American society. During the … Read more