A vote is the voice of an individual making a choice. A vote can be given by ballot or voice. They can be delivered personally by the voter or by proxy. A decision on a submitted question is made by the majority of the votes delivered. An agreement is an understanding reached by two or parties about their… Read More »""
Leading up to the American Revolution, one of the main grievances of the colonists was “no taxation without representation.” This famed slogan referenced the colonists’ belief that England was in violation of the Magna Carta and that in order for the government (the Parliament) to be permitted to tax them, the colonists needed to have representation. This meant… Read More »""
Statistics is a form of mathematical analysis that involves the gathering, organization and description of numerical details. An illustration of that is the analysis of population attributes via inference from sampling. Even though the topic of stats has long been presented while attending college, students in the end often forget just what it’s all about most especially whenever… Read More »""
One of the wonderful things about living in the United States of America is that we do not go through half as many struggles to vote as newly democratic nations. Although now it may seem that voting is almost taken for granted, the history of American voting rights is not so pretty. This article will look at the… Read More »""
Split thicket voting means that one electorate chooses simultaneously for two or more different party options in different elections that are held concurrently, or more exactly when a voter supports or votes for a candidate against his or her party affiliation in order to prevent an undesirable result. This behavior is interesting and important and challenges some classical… Read More »""
Voting is a social trick and it works like this. For the privilege of voting you agree that you will support the leadership of the government, even when it was not who you voted for. Now, in modern political events in the United States, the powers that be put up lousy candidates and we are to pick the… Read More »""
Although the eastern part of Africa is now commonly known as Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, geographically and geopolitically, there are altogether 19 territories that constitute it. Currently, Rwanda and Burundi are pushing to be included as part of the main states in this region of Africa. The population here is currently over one hundred million and an area… Read More »""
What role does the powerful new media play in Politics? The short and long term effects cannot be denied. But does the new media offer us sound political information or simply entertain us for profit and ratings? The New Media Every so often, the mass media system in the United States experiments significant transformations that signal a new… Read More »""
The politics of the next world war are primarily economic in nature, with significant political, cultural and religious aspects adding to the potential for global conflict. Historically, from the days of the ancient Egyptian and Roman empires, super-states have had to advance the expansion of their empires and maintain the power of their emperors and ruling elites through… Read More »""