In 350 BC, Aristotle wrote that the state “aims at good in a greater degree than any other [human community]” because the community of the state state is the community of us all. While we have different views on the over all aims and size of the various levels of government, something we should be able to agree on is that we are all members of our community, and we all want our community to prosper.
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In the heat of July, republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney was on the campaign trail in Colorado. Romney stopped by Care and Share, a food bank in Colorado Springs, to lend a hand in providing aid to wildfire victims in the area. Thousands have been displaced as a result of the fires that have ravaged the state this summer.
However, Romney was there to do more than just provide assistance to Coloradans in need. He also had a message for Americans, which was broadcast to millions around the nation through cable and direct tv providers.
In spite of the devastating wildfires, the former governor of Massachusetts implored Americans to continue visiting Colorado. Romney reminded the public that only a small part of the state had been affected, and that vacationing there will help boost the economy.
While Romney did not make any political statements during his time at the food bank, his campaign team has been working hard to earn votes in Colorado – a key swing state in the 2012 presidential race.
In fact, Romney has already stated that Colorado could end up being the deciding factor in the election. The latest polls show that the battle between Romney and incumbent president Barack Obama for the Centennial State is too close to call.
I was watching a TV program today and an important question was asked: should a politicians wife be considered when voting for a candidate. Ann Romney and Michelle Obama will also be the focus of their husbands this upcoming elections, but should they be?
Ann Romney has been the focus lately because of comments made by a Democratic stagiest who basically said Mrs. Romney had no idea what is to work. A lot of women took exception to what was said because Mrs. Romney is a stay at home mom who
The latest news stories are constantly evolving and it’s important to keep up on the latest timely stories. On a day to day basis, virtually thousands of news stories are released and it can often seem difficult to keep up on changing events both worldwide and in individual communities. One type of newsworthy stories that are constantly full of interesting and possibly life changes events is news about politics.
Politics involve events that can drastically change the world around us. From the presidential battle, to stories that
Want to get more involved in how the political system in Colorado works? Empower yourself with knowledge and participate in the political systems in your area. Many people are quick to judge when it comes to our representatives and law makers. Without having knowledge of how the game is played, many of those people look foolish when trying to speak out against a policy they do not like.
One person can make a difference if they are connected to like-minded individuals. With so many living in Colorado, it
Though it is impossible to follow all of the world’s current events, these global hot spots remain in the media spotlight and impact world events everyday.
Keep an eye on the Middle East, even if the Arab Spring media mania has died out. Currently the Americans are trying to draw down in Afghanistan, Egypt’s presidential elections are quickly approaching, and the Syrian government refused to comply with the United Nations cease-fire agreement. These events only scratch the surface of this region.
Political predictions are difficult to make. During every presidential election, millions of people watch television late into the night, wanting to know, state by state, where their candidate of choice stands. Predictions are made as the votes come in. Keep in mind, though, the cautionary tale of the 1948 Presidential election between Dewey and Truman. Before the polls closed, Dewey was so far ahead of Truman that The Chicago Tribune lead with the headline “Dewey Defeats Truman”. As it turned out, Truman ended up winning that