Monthly Archives September 2013

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Hypocrisy in Low Places; how lying can get you anywhere, from Bush to Obama, from Powell to Kerry

Kerry, like Powell, demands that the world buy the Big Lie of the USA

Every politician acts as if he or she is god and ordained to pose limits, restrictions, obstacles and blocks in the way of actually representing voters and those who do not vote out of fear of reprisal, reprimand, denial, denigration, or assassination by the chosen one. Every two years millions go to the pools to push a button, pull a lever, write in, or press some small space to elect those who claim, subtly, supernatural insight into the rights and wrongs of people. No where is this more obvious than the USA where not a single president of the country was always honest with the people of central North America block of land that spans from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean, from Canada to the United States of Mexico.

George Washington was first in a long series of liars (from the fabricat...

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Lies: George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, Barrack Obama and Perpetual War in the Middle East

George HW Bush, Barack Obama, George W Bush

George H. W. Bush, Barack Obama, George W. Bush

Today there is a raging, growing fire of controversy over Obama’s decision to bomb Syria. Obama’s decision to bomb a free nation is as wrong and distasteful as the inane and unparalleled stupidity of George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush’s lust for war, blood, guts, and fleeting glory in attacking USA-supporters Iraq and Afghanistan.  To many people Obama is but a clone of George W. Bush.1 To others he is a mere continuation of the misrule that has misguided politics since the presidency of Lyndon Baines Johnson who was tricked into a prolonged war against North Vietnam–a war that the USA lost, leaving many soldier imprisoned, and civilians stranded in the embassy of the USA...

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Intriguing Prose in Academic Research: Bringing Life to Scientific Papers

Contents

I. Abstract

II. Caveats

III. Introduction

IV. Encyclopedic Theses

V. Narrowing the Research Topic

VI. Narrowing the Question

VII. Critical Reading

VIII. Critical Writing

IX. Succinct Academic Writing

X. Attracting the Reader’s Attention

XI. Critical Composition

XII. Paragraphs in Composition

XIII. Correlative Paragraphs

XIV. Connections, Conjunctions, and Transitions

XV. Clarity of Expression

XVI. Punctuation

XVII. Conclusion

XVIII. Recommendations

XIX. Bibliography

XX. End notes

Abstract

All academic theses have abstracts.1 Abstracts let the reader decide whether or not to continue to read the thesis, and show the reader what to look for if he or she does read the thesis.

No abstract should be inserted merely to repeat the outline of the thesis...

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Attacking Academic Excellence, Scientific Inquiry and Dumbing-down Education in Perú and the Third World

Contents

I. Abstract

II. Introduction

III. Educational Costs are Limiting Academic Learning

IV. Religion is Circumscripting Learning

V. University Ratings: Worldwide with Focus on Perú

VI. Low National Scores

VII. Wealth and Fear of Progress

VIII. No Books, Bad Books, Pirated Books

IX. Intellectual Property and Degree Mills

X. For-profit Universities: Murdering Education for Money

XI. Benchmarking: Steps to Successful Scientific and Academic Research

XII. Identifying Potential Partners

XIII. Identifying Data Sources

XIV. Establishing Process Differences

XV. Targeting Future Performance

XVI. Communicative Process

XVII. Adjusting Research Goal

XVIII. Review and Recalibrating Research

XIX. Calibration and Recalibration in Learning Areas

XX. Conclusion and Recommendations

XXI. Bibliography

XX...

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