The Atlantic Ireland Is Building a Fake Town (With Government Money) to Show the World ... The Atlantic That's basically what policymakers have been doing since 2010 anyways -- and it's what the Irish government decided to do too.
This is an important visual article that will aid in understanding how the social, political, and economic values of societies (esp. the USA) intersect. How will this impact us in the furture? How is level of development of a society impacted by this for the USA?
An attempt to illegally obtain absentee ballots in Florida last year is the first known case in the U.S. of a cyberattack against an online election system, according to computer scientists and lawyers working to safeguard voting security.
A National Security Pipe Dream, Part 1 Huffington Post Would the Keystone XL pipeline make America more secure or less? What contribution would it make, if any, to stabilizing our energy supplies or keeping us out of messes elsewhere in the world?
An important article in how our government interacts with our environment. What are the furture implications? Does the Keystone Pipeline really make sense? Or is it a short-term project that has drastic implications for our environmental security?
There are wonderful opportunities in this one, waiting to be discovered. Those that want to act may find this useful in crossing over from political thinker to political "activist" (not to be thought of in the traditional sense).
One good thing about taxes is that they get citizens invested in government -- literally. Taxpayers want to be sure that the government spends their money sensibly, but first they must know how their hard-earned cash gets spent.