Heating Repair McDonough Contractor Gives Winter Warning

McDonough Heating Repair Contractor Gives Somber Warning Heating Repair Contractor In McDonough Ga, JSC Enterprises gives this winter With the temperatures dropping and snow falling many homeowners are worried about their heating and air Unfortunately, many find out…

McDonough Heating Repair Contractor Gives Somber Warning

Searching for affordable Heating Repair McDonough Ga? Contractor JSC Enterprises gives this winter warning. With the temperatures dropping and snow falling many homeowners are worried about their heating and air unit. Unfortunately, many find out when it is too late.

Don’t wait until you feel like a snowman to make a call.

HVAC Repair Quotes, Estimates and Pricing

JSC Enterprises is an HVAC contractor right here in McDonough that has been fixing heaters for last 20 years.

Steve Cassell, tells us: “We always suggest a homeowner to get a heating unit checkup  before the first cold snap. Sure we usually have mild winters compared to those that live up north. However, it can get pretty cold down here in Henry County when it wants too. You don’t want to need heating repairs on the coldest night of the year, do you?”

Typical problems that cause your heat to fail could be a bad thermostat, faulty wiring, a broken heat pump or emergency heat strips. Additionally tripped circuit breakers can be a source of a heater failing to come on or heat your home.

JSC Enterprises continues, “Now with COVID supply chain shipping issues for heating parts and equipment – the smart thing to do is to get a heating check up BEFORE it gets cold. This prevents all of the heating repair companies in Hampton from racing to the HVAC supply house looking for the same parts!”

Steve concludes, “Most importantly all of our HVAC techs will respect all COVID-19 protocols so that your family stays safe.”

Contact a heating and air company today before its too late

If you would like to talk to a heating repair contractor in McDonough then call Steve at the contact number below. It give the techs an excuse to eat at some of their favorite local places to eat. Like PJ’s Cafe, Jim ‘N Nick’s Bar-B-Q, and the GRITZ Family Restaurant.


JSC Enterprises
1110 Post Oak Ridge, Mcdonough, GA

AC Repair In McDonough Ga – JSC Enterprises LLC

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God Has a Fail-Safe Plan for Humanity: To Enter the Messianic Age, He Requires Three Actions From Us

This article was coauthored by my wife and soul mate Marcia from the spirit world. Whether we choose to believe or not believe in God, He will always ensure that society is never totally destroyed because He is offering us a chance at eternal life in the Messianic Age. We can be part of this future second Garden of Eden if we follow God’s three requirements during our life on planet Earth. These are: “For the Jews and others if they wish, follow the First and Second Commandments to recognize God as our One God and not worship idols; for all people, contribute funds and help build His future Third Temple so that He might again dwell among us and share His Covenant with us; and above all have truth, honesty, tolerance, and fairness in our heart and live a spiritual life.”

Why Donating to Charity Is Important

There are thousands of charitable organizations, however prior to donating, it is imperative to consider that aspect of the organization which has personally impacted the donor. At present, there are nine types of non-profit organizations like Charitable Organization, Social Welfare Organizations, Labor and/or Agricultural organizations, Business Leagues, Social Clubs, Fraternal Societies, Employees’ Association, Veterans’ Organizations and Political Organizations. These charitable institutions try to make a difference by dedicatedly assisting the underprivileged and the thrust generally is on orphans and education. In this context, all of us should at least attempt to donate something, either cash or in kind, on a consistent basis to make some one’s life better.

What Was the Real Cause of the 2012 Summer Earthquakes in Iran?

It is amazing the number of rumors flying around in Iran right now after the 2012 Summer Earthquakes. Some people are claiming that there was an underground nuclear test. Others are claiming that the Americans used their secret earthquake weapon on Iran, and still others bathed in Islamic fundamentalism believe they are being punished by their God. Okay so, do any of these conspiracy theories or concepts hold water?

World Peace

I have entitled this article on WORLD PEACE for a very good reason, and that reason is this, We All Want World PEACE. This is a must read article because I believe we all can get some direction, some peace of mind, and hope for world Peace if we work together. I was going to give this article the title We Are One because despite our differences We Are One.

When Governments Start Selling Air – Well, That’s When You Ought To Be Concerned

Do you remember when Enron fell, the company had a huge trading floor selling unconventional commodities, you name it they were selling, buying, and busy trading it, and no it wasn’t just energy units, or excess bandwidth. In fact, they’d probably have had a field day with this latest scheme to sell carbon credits, creating a whole new market basically selling air, or CO2, dirty air that is, well to human, of course the trees and plants need it to survive. But, don’t worry your little self with that, it’s a $10-50 Billion a year industry, and it will put the Chicago commodity traders of today to shame, you thought there was money in oil trading, sure there is but trading air, that’s a gas.

Divine Right: Born To Rule

What is the ultimate origin of the concept of ‘born to rule’ or of ‘divine right’? Why should someone who just happened to be the product of a particular sperm cell and a particular egg cell require worship as if they were a god? Does it have anything to do with real supernatural deities anointing those with the ‘right stuff’ genetics, those who they see fit to rule, or perhaps there’s a more intimate connection. Perhaps in fact it’s all nonsense.

Egypt and Chinese Investment In The Region – So What Else Is New

Imagine if our country had an Arab Spring type event? What if our society abruptly thrown into total chaos? How long do you think it would be to bring everything back into perspective, and get everything operating normally again? It might take quite a while. Therefore, it shouldn’t surprise anyone that Egypt is trying to take it slow, and there is still a lot of mistrust between the citizens and the government. Whereas, it is true that time heals all wounds, the citizens of Egypt may not have the patience needed during the duration of the economic recovery, a recovery which is necessary to prevent future violence and upheaval.

Egypt’s New Islamic Republic Motif

During the Arab Spring when all the protesters came out in mass against the Egyptian government, people in the United States cheered. It was their contention that our social networks, along with the Twitter platform allowed people to communicate, organize, and stage incredible protests with hundreds of thousands of people. We saw this as “power to the people,” and democracy in action, or was it just a mass mob of hysteria with pent-up tension? Okay so let’s talk.

Will the Human Race Become Extinct?

Will the human race become extinct? What a joke, impossible. Our numbers runs into billions and the birth rates are not going to stop. I agreed with you all, but have you consider the family tree. In some countries it is diminishing and we are not talking about nuclear, earthquakes, tsunamis, war etc. Some families trees are becoming extinction due to choices made by the individuals…

On Your Marks, Get Set, Africa!

Africa, with all its angst and chaotic history and struggle with social upheaval is showing a resilience and sense of survival at which we can marvel. South African Businesses are waking up and scrabbling in an attempt to expand into Africa as it continues to grow.

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Palestine – Strong Emotions Rise With Changing Times

The recognition of the State of Palestine by UNESCO is considered a major accomplishment for Palestinians. 2 in 3 respondents (66%) feel this recognition will have a positive impact on their lives – this notion is expressed highly in the Gaza Strip (70% vs. the 61% in the West Bank). Moreover, UNESCO’s recognition is believed by 74% to increase the likelihood of a full UN membership for the State of Palestine. YouGov conducted a research study of 331 Palestinian residents, both West Bank and Gaza, during the period 15 – 20 December 2011.

Rebooting Don Mueang Airport

Don Mueang Airport is now being used just marginally. However, under the policy reversal by the airports of Thailand Plc (AoT), it will be fully reactivated very soon in order to provide considerable relief to Suvarnabhumi Airport which is fully packed.

Opportunities in the Tunnels

Underground business is booming these days and that is where the major opportunity actually lies. Thailand under the King’s Patronage now has the potential for ASEAN underground tunnel construction, according to the Thailand Underground and Tunneling Group (TUTG). The limited land in downtown commercial, that is, the core of Bangkok, meant for above the ground development has led to the need to come up with several underground tunnels and commercial developments in central business areas such as Ploenchit, Chidlom and Sukhumvit.

Introducing Cameroon “Africa in Miniature”

Cameroon as you may know or not know is a rather small, but rich country in terms of cultural, climatic, and biodiversity like the size of San Francisco. It’s a country with a unique history and where history is being made every single day. Because of it’s so much uniqueness and cultural, linguistic and historic as well as geographic and climatic diversity some historians and geographers has often refer to it as “Africa in miniature”. In other words it is all of the African continent displayed in a single country and people.

Beginnings of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

The backbone of British diplomatic assistance for the Jewish nation was the 1917 Balfour Declaration, by which British Foreign Secretary Lord Balfour his state’s assistance of the development of a Jewish national home in Palestine. In 1920 Britain created and implemented a country etched out from Ottoman Syria, a portion of which contained Palestine (modern-day Israel). It was known as the British Mandate for Palestine, and the League of Nations decided that Britain oversee the area until it could possibly function like a sovereign region. This illustrates why the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is profoundly complex. It is deemed an existential struggle between a couple of groups that has lasted between 60 and 4,000 years (depending on how we establish such groups). A lot of attempts of peace between the two sides failed, though these were backed and even orchestrated by American presidents going back to Harry Truman. On the other hand, the conflict is exceptionally straightforward. It depends upon one simple concern: territory.

Syrian Civil War – Could It Escalate Into a Major Conflict or World War?

While everyone is looking at the Euro Crisis and watching the news, perhaps they might not realize the quick escalation of events in the on-going Syrian Civil War. Okay so, let’s discuss all this shall we?

Love Thy Neighbor – The View Of Iran From Across The MENA Region

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), stated that it believes Iran has developed the technology required to produce nuclear weapons and appears to have conducted extensive research on a miniaturized warhead that could be delivered by medium range missiles. The report from the UN agency, comes as Israeli officials consider military action against Tehran and will raise questions over which avenues the International community and particularly the United States (which has imposed an arms ban and an almost total economic embargo on Iran), has left to pursue. A recent poll examines the reaction across MENA to the publication of the IAEA’s report. For the poll, 2000 residents were interviewed from a panel of 240,000 MENA residents.

Best Ways for Expats to Stay in Touch

When expats move away, they often times lose communication with their loved ones. However, with the help of technology they are able to stay in contact better and bridge the geographic gap.

Measuring and Monitoring Farm Production and Land Use Indicators in Developing Countries

This article outlines the challenges faced by development agencies in measuring, monitoring and tracking land usage indicators such as farm production. It looks at the errors and problems with existing approaches and outlines a statistical approach that has been trailed successfully in Northern Mozambique.

The UN, G-20, NATO, EU, and Other International Organizations Could Use Some Help

Recently, an acquaintance made an interesting comment to me, he said that maybe working together with many nations to build a space colony or develop a long-term space mission might do more good bringing people of the world together than NATO or the UN, and you know what? I think he might be correct in that.

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World Book Night – Spreading the Love of a Lifetime

World Book Night is a recent phenomenon which started in the UK in 2011. It has now spread to the US and other countries as a way to reach out with great reading to those who have not yet discovered this passion – or to those who have forgotten just how enriching a good book can be.

A Better Fit – Academic Vs Skills Vs Character Vs Age

How do you decide the best fit for a job. Are you just looking at one area and neglecting other aspects which will influence society. There are many issues underlinings our actions and decisions. If you are an employer and a decision maker then you might find some truth that you have never considered before.

Does The Qur’an Preach Violence?

In fact, every Qur’anic reference to fighting in a war is qualified by some moral condition of restraint. Muslims are commanded not to commit injustice, they are not to use violence disproportionate to that which threatens them, and they are not to use violence at all when credible avenues to peace are available.

Can We Turn the Middle East Into a Perpetual Oasis With Rivers and Lakes? Yes

Is it possible to create artificial rivers in the Middle East? Can we create a perpetual oasis, a modern city with rivers and lakes and water features? Is it even possible that we can do it in such an arid region of our planet? Why not? What if we did this in all of the Arab nations that could afford the creation of such abundance thanks to their oil sales? Consider if you will that the United States sends over $180 billion a year to oil-producing nations? Obviously, they have the money to create a watery abundance, but should they you ask?

Why Katyn Still Haunts Us

New evidence hints FDR knew who committed the Katyn Forest massacre. Even today, we tend to give allies a pass on inhumanity.

What Respect Means to the World

Americans have historically paid little attention to the impact their views about rights and freedoms can have on people of other cultures. Our traditional values presuppose that self-reliant individuals can succeed by their own efforts. As our interdependence on world neighbors becomes more evident, however, we need to revisit our attitude toward respect if we want to be good citizens on the world stage.

Will Libya Slip Back Into a Civil War Without Government Control?

If a government is weak and the population divided, it only takes a spark to set a full-scale revolution in progress. If you have religious sects vying for control, you are already half way there, throw in a bit of international influence, and it’s very hard to prevent. Okay so, with all this known and with my “citation” being “history” let’s go ahead and talk about Libya in 2012 and moving forward shall we?

Arab Spring Becoming Arab Fall

While America watched the Arab nations rebel against their governments this spring, many believed we may have been witnessing an overthrow of dictatorial government, and waited for the democracies to take hold. Now they have, and they hate America. Arab Fall is now upon us, and it is looking like an early winter.

Radicals Destroying Muslim Cultural Heritage in Timbuktu

Misguided Muslim hardliners are not only attacking worship places of other religions especially of Christianity but they also find many things to destroy in their own homes. Saints and Sufi’s enjoy a special place in Muslim culture and are usually regarded as the ones who struggled for propagation of Islam in diversified regions.

The Coming Revolution

We are on the cusp of a worldwide technological revolution that will happen in your lifetime. It is one that will shake the foundations of society as we know it. In fact, it has, without much notice, already begun. And its name is 3D Printing.

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The Positive Future of US and Egyptian International Diplomacy Considered

In the first world we believe that respect must be earned, but we duly grant tolerance to all religions and ways of life, up to a point of course. For instance, we cannot tolerate violence or terrorist attacks in the name of someone else’s religion upon the free people of the world. Nor should we ever expect too. Those who engage in such will not be tolerated, nor should they be respected.

International Affairs Topics and Some Philosophy On That

Not long ago, I was having a rather interesting discussion with an acquaintance about international affairs, US Diplomacy, and some of the mistake I thought we had made along the way. You see, I am rather for a “tough love” approach, speak softly and swing the stick only when needed. Battleship or perhaps aircraft carrier diplomacy in the present period, well that all suits me fine because we are a super power, the world’s only and sometime you just have to take charge.

The Shadow Side of Salt Spring Island

This writing is applicable to everyone, which is how it tends to be when inspired from the Heart. I didn’t know when I decided to create a blog featuring the Shadow archetype, that the circumstances of my life on Salt Spring Island during the summer of 2006 would surface still seeking to be exposed. My intuition knew otherwise.

Smuggling of 3.5 Billion Hilsa Per Annum to India!

Subsidy Money goes to the Big Fish instead of the Fishermen. ‘Jatka (Young Hilsa) Preservation Fails and so Hilsa Yield is Never Achieved.

UN Resolution to Prevent Free Speech World Wide – What Will They Think of Next?

It looks as if some nations of the world wish to control the speech not only of their own citizens, but of all citizens of any country on Earth. Wow, that’s a brazen request, and coming from a nation of “free-speech” that really is bothersome to me. Imagine you say something that is offensive to some third world dictator, King, communist leader, socialist government, or something that someone, anyone, who know whom it might be of any given religion finds what you said online offensive?

Religious Cover-Up and Paedophilia

Paedophilia, murder, cover up and corruption have grown under the heading of religious tolerance. While most are brain-washed into believing that religion is right and proper and that it is not to be denied there is a case to force a change in this type of thinking.

We Are in The Day of the Lord Which Started on 27th May 2012

We Are in The Day of the Lord Which started on 27th May 2012 and this is why I believe it… [I don’t want to believe it and believing it has put me in a spiral of depression recently so be WARNED: some people will be able to say it’s not true and laugh it off, but if you start joining the dots and believe the books I’m about to mention then you may become depressed.]

Nigerians, the Problem of Nigeria

It is the conviction of many that Nigeria has problem(s) or better still Nigeria is not operating at the level she ought to as an independent nation. A 52year old for that matter!

Diamonds and Human Rights

Diamonds are among the most precious and sought after jewels known to man. Their rarity and value are only matched by the multitude of uses in fields like metallurgy, telecommunications and jewelry.

Why Is The US Avoiding the China Territorial Ocean Disputes With Japan?

The United States is allied with Japan and also with China as our preferred trading partner. We have military bases in Japan and have since WWII. We’ve also been involved saving China’s butt from the Japanese, and later had the Chinese aiding our enemies against us. We’ve obviously had it out with the Japanese in WWII, and that just wasn’t very funny. Today, we are all trading partners. So, why aren’t we all working together to resolve the issues of ocean territorial disputes between Japan and the Chinese?

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Mosquito Nets for Africa

For a cost of $12.00 you can potentially save a life. That is all it would take to purchase an mosquito net for Africa that includes an insecticide. This mosquito net will protect an adult or child from the dreaded female attacker who deposits the disease, usually at night, into the bloodstream.

Why Syria Matters to Us

Syria has been in the news almost daily for the past 17 months. But how many of us really understand what is happening there and how it matters to us? Father Nadim Nassar is the first and only Episcopal Priest of Syrian descent in the Church of England and recently granted me an interview. This fascinating and information exchange hopefully allowed me to strike the right balance between information, relevance to the readers, and historical context. I hope it helps those of us who aren’t well-versed in Middle Eastern politics, to better understand the situation in Syria and how it affects us all.

The Fire We Didn’t Start – The Sound and Fury of the Middle East and the Arab Perennial

Trust me when I tell you that we didn’t start the fire in the shifting sands of the Middle East. They’ve been going on for as long as we have had written recorded history, and I guess Billy Joel also explained that the chaos an controversy, and sound and fury the world over has been going on since the world has been turning. Perhaps this is no surprise to you, nor should it be. Indeed, at our think tank we are constantly making assessments of what comes next.

Invest in the United States, Get a Green Card

People around the world seek to immigrate to the United States for various reasons. Though it is the dream of many foreigners to immigrate to the United States, it is not an easy task to obtain a Green Card and become a permanent resident of America.

The Saudis Are Helping Dislodged Syrian Refugees – Are They Also Supporting the Rebels?

The Saudi government is encouraging its wealthy citizens to help out their fellow Sunnis which have fled Syria. Many have made it to the borders of Lebanon and Turkey. The Saudi’s are sending them money, lots of donations to help them out in this terrible crisis. The number of refugees coming out of Syria is growing by the day, it is already well into the tens of thousands, if it hasn’t already increased to over 100,000 people, one unconfirmed report said 200,000 but I can’t verify that in time for this article’s publishing.

UFOs: Do They Exist?

There is a lot of confusion over supernatural sightings experienced in numerous places. A wide range of results appears when one intrigues about the UFO in Google. The phenomena already build up about the sightings say that that the flying objects are round steely discs or large triangular that float quietly a few feet above the ground. Most UFO videos found over the internet are by some whiz kid playing pranks and the image quality is never clear. Only the knowledgeable few can distinguish between the real and the reel ones.

Blaming Iraq’s Trade With Iran As the Failure of Iranian Economic Sanctions Is Laughable

In the summer of 2012 we noted a very interesting set of articles appear all over the media explaining how Iraq was undermining the economic sanctions on Iran. Of course, we must understand that Iran borders Iraq, and there isn’t much trade going on with Syria due to the chaos there with the potential fall of the Assad regime. But I’d like to ask whom Iraq is supposed to trade with if it cannot trade with one of its largest neighbors.

Islamic Sectarian Violence – Can the West Help By Remaining an Enemy to the Middle East?

Ronald Reagan once made a very interesting speech while he was in Europe talking to the other leaders of the world. He said that it was too bad that humans couldn’t all get together in a common cause, perhaps defending against an alien invasion, as it would bring all nations together. That is an interesting thought, and there is a lot of truth to that. To build a team, sometimes it pays to have a common enemy. The problem is if the common enemy is a common human, now we have all the makings for a major conflict.

China, Philippines, and Last But Not Least, USA

There are two main issues regarding Philippines that are surfacing at the moment; the first is the territorial conflict between the two nations mainly involving the Huangyen islands in the South China sea, while the second is the anti-governmental armed protests in Philippines by the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF). One notable point in the two occurrences is that the Chinese believe that the United States of America is deeply involved in both issues – and in a very negative way.

What/Who Is Anonymous?

The question people have been asking is, “who or what is Anonymous?” People have asked if members of this hacktivist group are freedom fighters, vigilantes or terrorists. However asking about members is not the way to get at the meaning of this group. The real question is, on a metaphysical level, what is Anonymous? Or in other words, on a fundamental level, what kind of entity or being is it?

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Should We Allow Family Members of Anti-US Foreign Leaders To Become US Citizens?

Did you know that much of Osama bin Laden’s extended family lived in the US and were quite happy to do so; yet, he himself waged war against the US and US interests. In the end we did get Osama, but he still wanted his offspring to get an American education and live in the US, not in the regions where he lived where there was little true freedom. He wanted the US out of Islamic Nations and their affairs, but he himself certainly liked all that the Western World has to offer.

Should Members of Fallen Regimes Be Allowed Safe Haven In the United States?

As the Tunisian, Egyptian, and Libyan regimes fell many members in their group defected prior to the fall, some had been loyal to the US, our CIA, and done business with major US companies here in the states. They may have appeared at times to be going along with the status quo, sometimes negative on America, sometimes not, nevertheless as those regimes came to a close, they couldn’t stay. Many had wealth, and business interests around the world, but where can they go?

Nationalism, International Relations, And Mixed Families of Different Citizenship Considered

Not long ago, I was presented an excellent question to discuss, namely; if some family members of one nation demanded and shouted that “America must leave our country” and other members of that same family came to America to become citizens, shouldn’t the US be concerned, especially if that family was the aristocratic class of the other nation? Now then, my first thought is I wouldn’t condemn anyone for wishing to become an American Citizen, we have people lined up to get into our country.

Was This Only Way To Go?

Some years ago, our country went into a tailspin because the oil price had dropped to a terrifying low of -$9 a barrel. This impacted heavily on the population as our economy is oil-based driven. There was an election held around that time as it was constitutionally due, and the incumbent government was voted out 33-3.

We Have a Problem When A Rogue Regime Can Make Global Threats And Raise Oil Prices

They say in a society the civilization always gets more of what rewards. When we reward bad behavior from citizens, or we reward the cheaters and fraudsters, we get more of that behavior. Perhaps that goes without saying in a large group of people, but what about when it comes to nations all interacting in the global society? Right now, I think we have the same problem, and I’d like to discuss this with you for a few moments if I might.

The Negative Impact of Globalization

Globalization helps capitalism by enhancing opportunities for free trade and commerce throughout the world. Capitalists from rich countries, they exploit poor countries by using their cheap labor for increase their production. One thing I want to say that if the people of the developing countries are conscious of the capitalists’ evil motives and act accordingly, they will certainly be able to make the world a better living place for man.

Poaching Doctors

Rich countries, short of doctors and nurses, are poaching medical professionals from developing countries where they are desperately needed. Why is this happening and how can it be stopped?

The History of China

About one-fifth of the world population lives in China. A few years ago, the population of China reached the billion mark and it’s still growing. However, the Government of the People’s Republic of China saw that such an increase was dangerous especially if the trend continued. The country would no longer be able to feed itself or educate its children. Therefore, it asked couples to have smaller families, and made them pay extra taxes if they surpassed one child. It’s believed than China’s population is now slowing down.

What Is News Curation?

An introduction to new curation. What it is, how you can get involved, and what tools you can use.

Where To Find Unbiased News

How can you tell weather or not a news report is unbiased? And where can you find objective and unbiased news sources?

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Could Syria Start WW3?

Many commentators have warned of the risks that the civil war currently taking place in Syria could spread to become a wider conflict. But how far could it spread? Could it spread far and wide enough to start WW3? This article addresses those questions.

Criminal Science

Seismic forecasting is an imprecise art. An Italian court still sent six scientists to prison for missing an impending earthquake.

The Cutbacks Are Beginning to Bite

The effects of the cutbacks are once again headlining our news. The results of the budgets and staff being cut from our hospitals will have a terrible effect and we are already beginning to see the repercussions.

Could Israel Become an Apartheid State?

Introduction to ethnic politics in Israel. This article looks at life for the country’s Arab minority, and what the future holds for them.

Obama Foreign Policy Not Optimal

If Commanders-in-Chief are supposed to be measured and to reserve judgment till facts are known, why did the administration send U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice out on five talk shows mere days after the attacks to insist that the protests were instigated by “The Innocence of Muslims,” a claim that contradicts the facts? The Benghazi cover-up may not be a case of “What did the president know and when did he know it?” but “What did the president’s staff say and when did they say it?”

Traditional Newspapers Comparison With Internet News

Newspapers provide latest news and details. However, we are new era generations are we are born naturally to get technology savvy. This article is a comparison of all the rights and wrongs of newspapers and internet news.

To: Future Historic Preservationists, From: Today

The protection of our nations history is something that strengthens us in every aspect, grand and local. What happens when current preservationists and their efforts need to not only pass along our history through the tangible buildings they saved but also through the next generation of preservationists?

Romney, Iran and The Bible Code

Many Americans may recall The Bible Code, a book by Michael Drosnin suggesting messages of importance from Equidistant Letter Sequences (ELS) in the Hebrew torah (writings of Moses) and other Bible passage matrices when analyzed by computer. Drosnin found a code relating to the future assassination of Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin and sent a warning to Rabin before the fact. (Wikipedia) The odds of finding such information by chance has been published in mathematical articles as less than one in a million.

One White Covers Three Uglies

Color and class are often interchangeable until they come into conflict and then color always trumps class. Therein lies the true significance of color and its geo-political importance. A current illustration of these conflicting assumptions can be seen in this year’s Presidential campaign. Why would anyone vote for Mitt Romney who is from Appalachia?

Cuba Opens The Emigration Pressure Valve Again

Less restrictive exit policies in Cuba should make us rethink how we treat emigrants, from that workers’ paradise and elsewhere. We will be poorly served if we simply replace Cuban immigrants’ struggle for exit visas with an equally onerous struggle for entry permits.

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Mount Zion and the End of the World

Many have prepared for the end of the world but not too many understand what it means and when it will come about. The Spirit led me on a teaching spree to demonstrate the overall picture and how much trouble the world and people are in. Old Testament prophecies are promises for this time and they are now interpreted so they can be understood.

1984 – The World’s Biggest Chemical Disaster – Is It Time to Forgive If Not Forget?

1984 Bhopal, India, was the place of the world’s biggest Chemical Pesticide Plant Disaster that resulted in death and destruction on an unprecedented scale. From this has emerged Heroes and Heroines and an example of creative and imaginative activism that has resulted in the building of a Trust that gives healing to the suffering and disabled.

Plans for New Settlements on West Bank Continue in Israel

The West Bank and East Jerusalem, the hotly contested stretch of land that forms the border between Israel and Jordan, is soon to see an increase in development as Israel has decided to push on with its plans for new construction. The grand plan includes building 1,000 new homes in the area, along with refurbishing hundreds of pre-existing homes. The proposed developments have drawn serious criticism around the world, including from Israel’s most powerful ally, the United States, which called the recent events a “pattern of provocative action”.

Nuclear Proliferation 2040?

The article explains what Nuclear Proliferation is and what it’s future consequences may be. The article goes into detail about different view points regarding Nuclear Proliferation.

What Does the Future Have in Store for Space Exploration?

The article focuses on the history of NASA and its future role. Moreover, it speaks about how the U.S. and other nations must maintain a robust space program in order to attain new goals.

Horrible Jobs From Around The World

You think that working at a fast food restaurant is bad? Try working some of the following jobs.

All Governments Seek to Expand and Control – Often Through Taxation or Stealing

There is an old quote which goes something like this; “you never want the government to get bigger then you can drown in the bathtub if it gets out of control,” or something to that effect. It seems that whenever governments are formed, they have a tendency to grow. Just as if you write one law, even if it is only a simple law, you will always add more exceptions and more definitions to that law as time goes on.

India’s Gang Rape Protests: A Nation Maturing

The recent gang rape in India played the same role as did the beating of Rodney King in 1991. People have reacted with outrage to say that enough is enough. It is about time.

Food And Its Global Effects

When spring arrived in the United Sates, in 2012, farmers in that country prepared to plant a record ninety six million acres of corn. Weather conditions appeared to be perfect, and many predicted the largest corn crop in history, however, the usually productive and reliable corn crop soon lost its vitality as temperature rose and drought gripped the entire corn belt of the country.

Child Labour – Let’s Stop This!

An article on child labour! The work to be done from kids is not legal we should stop this child labour and let the students live their own life!

Firefighters rescue Buckhead man trapped in his garage by a fallen tree

Will Egypt Get Involved In the November 2012 Israeli-Hamas Conflict?

Okay so, I guess it’s not news to anyone now that Hamas has been busy reloading, whereas some at the United Nations thought that perhaps a peaceful period was finally shedding light on the region. In mid-October of 2012 a rocket and missile factory was destroyed in Sudan. It turns out that in November of 2012 the same types of rockets and missiles which were shot into Israel by Hamas, as those weapons reappeared again on the international scene. This means Iran is also involved.

Indian Foreign Policy: An Overview

The Indian foreign policy has greatly evolved after it achieved independence. The country’s moral authority and prestige were eponymous in all along the 1950s.

Israel Advances Into Gaza and Oil Prices Are Rising

Oil prices rose today after a Hamas leader was killed in Gaza. Israel is ready to advance into Gaza and Oil Prices should keep rising.

Is The United States Fiscal Cliff Enough to Nudge China Over A Political One?

Well, we just went through a rather ugly presidential election. Over $2 billion were spent on campaign advertisements; most of them attack ads on one another. They were nasty, purporting half-truths, and totally attempting to degrade the personal character of the other candidate. There was nothing pleasurable about it, it wasn’t pretty, but that’s how we do American politics now. We should be ashamed of ourselves, and it seems as if politics is no way to run our great nation. Nevertheless, that’s the way it is, but today I would like to talk to you about a different subject, not US politics, but the politics of China.

The Man Who Prevented the Next World War

Stanislav Petrov is perhaps a name that doesn’t mean almost nothing for the most of us. And still, it is the name of a man who avoided a Third World War, a nuclear war that could have lead slowly to the end of the earth we inhabit.

The Muslim Brotherhood Youth – What Can We Historically Compare That Strategy To?

When Mubarak fell from grace in Egypt revolution during the Arab Spring many were concerned of what type of new government might take over. Some suggested that since the military was mostly in control, and friends with the United States that we had nothing to worry about. Plus, many of those college students who started the revolution were also moderate Muslims or quite liberal, accepting of all religions. Other speculators suggested that the Muslim Brotherhood might take over, and we should be careful what we wish for in a new regime.

Earthquakes and Solar Eclipses in Australia

There are cities in Chile and Peru who celebrate lunar and solar eclipses. After the eclipses have passed, they then wait for the earthquake. More often than not they do get an earthquake because their coastlines are along the ring of fire, or a huge earthquake zone. Does the same thing happen in the Indian Ocean where the plates appear to be cracking and coming apart in places?

Women in India

Over the years, as India went through political, economical and social changes, the condition of the Indian woman also changed for the better. They began to get their place in independent India.

How The US Blew It Big Time In Iraq – Oil, Energy, Iran, Russia, and Middle East Chaos

Well, I would submit to you that we sure blew it in Iraq. In hindsight it’s really easy to make that statement because it is so obvious now. What we should have done is quite simple. We should have put in our own government, let the Iraqi people know that we would turn it over to them in the year 2020. And in the interim we would put in our oil companies, and take the profit to rebuild their civilization using US contractors, and paying off our war debt.

Why Israel Doesn’t Need a Draft For A Ground War Against Hamas and Their Angry Friends

It looks like Hamas has been setting up some rather high tech missile equipment to shoot into Israel. Not just those little rockets, which are more of a nuisance than anything else, although they strike fear into citizenry when shot in large barrages or swarms. I suppose striking fear much as the German V1 and V2 rockets did in World War II, or the SCUD missiles did during the first Gulf War. How did Hamas get these industrial grade missiles? Apparently they got them from Sudan, from a missile factory, which was probably set up by the Iranians or from Iran directly smuggled in parts and reassembled.