Poverty is a real issue in America that many seem to disregard because they feel prejudice toward the impoverished class: "Rather than an isolated event that occurs only among the so-called 'underclass,' poverty is a...
On 4/2/2009 British Prime Minister Gordon Brown proclaimed a "New World Order". Let's consider the consequences of this new world order. Clearly, the international bankers created this credit crisis
These are the varied definitions of Political Science as it originally emphasized by the Greek term “polis” for city-state and “scire” means to “know”: 1) It is the science that studies the political power...
"Socialism", "Liberalism", and Conservatism" are terms used in today's rhetoric as if people knew what they meant. It should be no surprise that a rose is still a rose, except for these words.
The First Amendment give us freedom of speech...or does it? Let's look at the Witch Trials of the past as an object lesson.
There is great debate over how much government is necessary. What is government, and why do we have it?
In this essay I compare the presidencies of France and the United States in terms of their constitutional features.
An analysis of Thomas Jefferson and Alexis de Tocqueville's views on democracy, along with a look into how Tocqueville's ideas apply today.
The modern legislature is vital in the making laws for democratic states. However, authoritarian states also have them. One of its most important elements is its structure.
In 1960, the political scientists had to study the shortcomings in the historical/traditional approach in the study of politics to correct and understand the misconceptions to apply only the historical perspective...