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The Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper provides a description of the factors he considered to be potential global and regional threats to national security. From the reports prepared in 2015 and 2016, the perception of the DNI changes, albeit slightly with regards to the potential threats. Most of the observed change is on the...
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Democracy draws its strength from the ability of people to choose their leaders. The U.S. governance system as established during the laying of foundations of the nation’s governance stands on this principle. The system therefore allows equal say of states on national issues regardless of the states’ demography. In the context of the American electoral...
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Democracy draws its strength from the ability of people to choose their leaders. The U.S. governance system as established during the laying of foundations of the nation’s governance stands on this principle. The system therefore allows equal say of states on national issues regardless of the states’ demography. In the context of the American electoral...
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The libertarian perspective on taxation posits that taxation is a form of forced labor wherein an employee, having been paid by the employer, is forced to labor for another entity through deduction of revenue (Feser 220). The argument given by pro- libertarians is that taxation translates to a theft of resources. While this
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After the endorsement of the constitution, a new American government started to take shape in the form of a central government which was critical to encourage commerce and industry development. National leaders struggled with issues that related to the constitution with some leaders believing that what the constitution did not specifically condemn, it allowed. Formation...
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  According to the United Nations estimations, there are more than 5000 Native groups with a population of about 400 million who are living in about 100 different countries, mainly in Africa, Asia and Americas. Therefore, Native people constitute at least 5 percent of the world population(Amnesty 12). Most of these groups were not colonized...
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