Poem| The Last Message of a Hanged Leader
I wrote this poem to tribute to Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, the former prime minister of Pakistan. He was hanged by a cruel military dictator, April 4, 1979. He died but never compromised on his love for the poor people.
Opinion| Anti-American Slogan—A Cheap Political Tool in Pakistan
Politicians in Pakistan survive on the anti-American slogans to gain the support among the populace. The so-called leaders use it as an effective tool to gain favor of crowd, since Pakistanis exist as a crowd. The concept of a nation is only in the text books. When politicians fail to deliver, they accuse Washington of meddling in local affairs. But the fact is, the US and Pakistan have been allies for decades that goes beyond an anti-American sentiment.
Military vets fight a new war: Political misinformation
Participants at recent Veterans Organizing Institute retreat in Atlanta, Ga.Atlanta Civic Circle. After 20 years in the military organizing troops, Gloria Hamilton is now using her military training to get more involved in causes in her community – including the upcoming election.
How Much Pain Would You Endure to Stop Putin's War?
Russia has nukes, which means that America is very unlikely to engage them directly in war. Instead, we’ve been fighting an economic war instead of one involving bombs and planes.
An inside look at Atlanta’s metro mayors, with Union City’s Vince Williams
Metro Atlanta is vast, covering five counties — Fulton, DeKalb, Clayton, Cobb and Gwinnett — with 55 cities fitting together like a jigsaw puzzle. Last November, the folks in 14 cities voted to re-elect their mayor, and 10 cities elected someone new.
American democracy is in danger and at risk of failing, said 64% of people in the NPR/Ipso survey.
Disclaimer: This article is only meant for informational and educational purposes. An NPR/Ipso conducted a survey which found that 64 percent of people said that the democracy of the United States is in danger and at risk of failing.
American democracy has always been a leap of faith: Atlanta History Center explores its roots
For a brief chaotic time in the weeks between 1946 and 1947, Georgia had three governors–a political crisis caused by governor-elect Eugene Talmadge’s death before taking office that was unaddressed by the state constitution.
Governor DeSantis' Election Police Force Bill Advances Through Senate - But Will it Prevent Election Fraud?
Florida's Senate Ethics and Election Committee voted in favor of an election reforms bill on February 1. The bill - SB 524 - was debated for over 3-hours before eventually being approved by a 5-3 majority.
The Era of Contested Elections is Here
For the anniversary of the Jan. 6th capital riots: A History of American Elections from 1800 to Today. Historically, contested presidential elections have occurred against the backdrop of intensely partisan politics and critical turning points in U.S. history.
The Era of Contested Elections is Here, A History of American Elections from 1800 to Today
Historically, contested presidential elections have occurred against the backdrop of intensely partisan politics and critical turning points in U.S. history. Disputed election results have consequences that impact the country for years after the results are finalized. These disputes shape our nation more than any "normal" presidential election and often move to divide the country politically and socially.