War & Politics Archive

A First-Timer’s Guide in Buying from Online Dispensary Canada

In October 2018, Canada is the second country next to Uruguay to legalize the recreational use of cannabis. You might be one of those who waited for this legalization to try smoking the plant. Well, your long wait is over! You’re probably visualizing how

Exploring the potential benefits of a relaxed stance on gambling in America

Many gamblers find US casino laws confusing as they differ by state Only four states allow online gambling The US needs government reform if it wants to benefit from the global growth of online gambling It could learn from the UK, where online casinos

3 Military Traditions We Don’t Want To Die Out

How many times did you have the chance to experience a military wedding? And while you certainly already know what to expect from a regular wedding, there are some things that are unique and characteristic for military-themed weddings only. Being aware of everything that

How the New Tax Reform Affects Businesses

Love it or hate it, the new tax reform is here to stay. It’s important to understand how this new system will affect businesses from large businesses to the small startup company, especially if you own one. From comptroller tax audits to pass-through rates,

They’re Trying To Divide Us! Will You Let Them?

Unity among people is a concept that many people have been promoting for a long time, perhaps even as long as humans have existed, but that unity means different things to different people. Many of us don’t live in a way that consciously and

Highest Ranking Child Protection Officer Says People Watching Child Porn Shouldn’t Be Charged

Simon Bailey, who is the highest ranking child protection officer in the UK says that pedophiles shouldn’t be jailed for viewing child pornography. Chief Constable Bailey of Norfolk Constabulary sparked outrage and shocked many people when he said that pedophiles who view pornographic images

The Amazon Rainforest Was Shaped By Humans

Exploratory new research has revealed that the Amazon rainforest is not as ‘wild and untouched’ as previously thought and that ancient civilisations actually helped shape the landscape. The report, published in Science this week suggests that the Native Americans of the Amazon were actively burning,

WMD used in the Assassination of Kim Jong-nam in Malaysia

The reports emerging from the investigation into the assassination of Kim Jong-nam in Malaysia suggest a hair-raising aspect of an already unsettling matter. Two women dressed as ordinary tourists attacked the half-brother of current Supreme Leader of the hermit state North Korea. The operation

Chennai Oil Spill: Environmental Impact Still Unknown

There is “no damage to the environment like oil pollution”. These are the famous words of the Kamarajar Port Ltd company in Chennai, India, where on the 28th January 2017 two oil tankers collided. Oil is still rapidly spreading along the Ennore coast nearly

Government Probe Into Philippines Environmental Killings

Seven months into Rodrigo Duterte’s administration as the president of the Philippines and we have had to look from the outside-in, as executions and death squads become the norm. The leader, who has praised Hitler in the past, and put a target on the