He may be much-toted as a potential frontrunner but his first week on the presidential campaign trail has been all but uncontroversial. A discussion of three issues that give the Texas governor a dose of perhaps unwelcome attention.
Constitutional changes, law amendments and additions all are the matters that relate to politics, power and interests of the people who rules and cling to the position of supremacy, particularly countries like Bangladesh.
Democrats are fooling you on the Debt Crisis.
The ‘phone hacking affair has many implications, how has it affected Parliament and what might it mean.
RABAT – Moroccans are asked to approve a new constitution Friday that aims to rebalance the powers to the Prime Minister; King Mohammed VI has taken the measure of both the “Arab Spring” and the Moroccans’ desire for reforms.
Vice president Kalonzo Musyoka has joined the list of tax-compliant Kenyans by paying his tax today at the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) headquarters at Times Towers as stipulated in the constitution.
Kenyan Commission for The Implementation of The Constitution Commences Public Awareness Forums in Mombasa
The Commission held a public forum in Mombasa to obtain views on issues of elections and police conduct during elections.
"The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers." — William Shakespeare.
The line, said by the plotter of treachery in Shakespeare’s play, King Henry VI, suggests the removal of any blockage to an uprising, thus stressing the vital role of lawyers or the law to suppress it. Transferred to the title of this article, it implies Congress’ inviolable power to declare war and to make laws. Immunity from accountability to its power injures in violation of the law. Did President Obama violate the War Powers Act by bombing Libya without Congressional permission? If he did, should he be punished? I’m not a legal mind so tell me what you think.
Muslim Brotherhood fanatics offer a worse alternative to Mubarak’s authoritarianism.