How to Pay Los Angeles Car Crash Attorney Legal Fees

Whether we are talking about a divorce, a will or a car accident, these and many more are situations in which the services of a lawyer may be useful or even necessary. For many people in this position, the financial side is a serious concern. Many believe that hiring a Los angeles car crash attorney […]

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SC Upholds Authority of FHFA to Collect Profits on Bailout Money

On June 23, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling on the lawsuit filed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac investors versus the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA). Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito ruled that even if FHFA’s structure is flawed to the point of being unconstitutional, he and all other SC Justices unanimously agreed […]

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Biden Open to Good Faith Negotiations Over Infrastructure Plans

Republicans are expected to oppose the 28% corporate tax hike to augment federal funds for Pres. Biden’s proposed $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan. That being the case, the President announced that he is willing to discuss and negotiate with Republicans and Democratic senators alike; but he will not allow inaction to hamper his push for major […]

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What’s Political Psychology?

At its very center, political psychology is focused on a person’s behavior within the given political system. Psychology alone can’t explain intractable conflicts, war, Holocaust or even other extreme behavior of the state or collective political entity in a complex environment. Individuals are not acting or responding within a vacuum. Rather, their behavior greatly varies […]

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Where does Your Tax Money Go?

We are all paying taxes. But where does the federal government puts the tax money they have collected? Basically, federal government is collecting taxes in an effort to fund different public services. In fact, in the fiscal year of 2019, the federal government has spent over 4.4 trillion dollars, which amounted to 21% of the […]

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  • Education Policy on Human Capital Development
    The importance of education policy in promoting human capital growth must be considered in the context of the constantly shifting environment of global economies. More is needed to pass on information; education is also a primary factor in the expansion of the economy, the development of new ideas, and the advancement of society. Individuals continue […]
  • China Dealing with Population Crisis as Chinese Women Rejects Pregnancy Incentives
    Now that China’s birth rate has dropped to a critical level, the Chinese government is encouraging women to get married and have more children but many refuse to do so. China’s birth rate has been in a free fall since 2017 despite the scrapping of the government’s previously enforced one-child policy in 2015. As current […]
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