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The Flag Debate: Why We Need It

Special Edition #1

By Joshua Hitchcock

Originally posted on Ka Tonuitanga (4 November 2014).

Contrary to the opinion of many that I have seen over the past week the debate over our national flag is a serious issue and one that I am glad we are having. 530 more words

Constitution

Constitutional Reform: The Only Way Forward

The Dayton constitution makes Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) difficult if not impossible to govern without international monitoring; it excessively privileges ethnicity over citizenship which promotes ethnicism (a form of ethnic racism); and it propagates a political culture that reinforces these civic injustices. 403 more words

Bosnia And Herzegovina

Unite or die: States rights movement gaining ground.

Unite or Die: States’ Rights Movement Gaining Ground
July 6, 2015 By Colleen Conley

There are stirrings of a “new” old movement afoot. IT’S ABOUT TIME. 635 more words

Politics

Freedom is Pricey

The cost of freedom is pricey. Consider the 6603 American lives lost on D-Day. So many lives were lost to establish a beachhead to enable a final push into Nazi Germany.  470 more words

The High Cost of Same Sex Marriage

As I start this off, I know that most will have a natural tendency to want to jump to defensive positions and in doing so, will miss the point of what I am about to say. 538 more words

Blog

OVERGOVERNMENT IS A CURABLE ILLNESS

Australia does not need three levels of government. Nor does it need as many parliamentarians and public servants as we now have. 464 more words

Government