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LOCATION

Honduras is approximately 1000 miles southwest of Miami and has a mainly mountainous area of 48,200 square miles. To the North it has a large coastal line with the Caribbean sea and to the South it enjoys a small access to the Pacific.
Tegucigalpa, the capital of Honduras, got its tongue twisting name from the ancient Nahuatl language, and translated means “silver mountain” In effect, Tegucigalpa came to being during colonial times as a mining center. “Tegus” as its inhabitants affectionately call it, is a mix of an old colonial city that has turned into the modern capital of Honduras.
San Pedro Sula is called the industrial capital of Honduras. 80% of all industrial parks are within 20 miles of the city.
The coastal city of Ceiba and El Progresso are the third

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The Government Shutdown Was the Longest Ever. Here’s the History.

The longest shutdown in American history ended on Friday, after 34 full days. That easily exceeded the previous record, under President Bill Clinton in 1995, of 21 days.

In total, there have been 21 gaps in government funding since 1976, though the level of shutdown has varied. The current federal shutdown is a partial one, as many agencies were already funded through this fiscal year, which ends in September.

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Politics – Cartoons
Chinese Coronavirus: Globalism Fails!
Now You Know Why Globalism Fails!
Ahreeman X

Coronavirus Origin Coverup by China and Liberal Media
Coronavirus Diaries: Day Eternity
Happy Nowruz Persian New Year, Happy Spring and Happy Chinese Coronavirus Lockdown! Spring is in the air; do you smell it? Or is it the rotten smell of the Coronavirus?! A Persian expression states:
“Sali ke nekust, az baharash, peydast!”
(A great year is judged by its spring!)
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Poetry
What I Believe?
The Fundamentals!
Ahreeman X

New 3rd Edition of an Old Classic by the Popular Demand
A Mixture of Modern & Classical Poetry, Something Different!
Persian Cultural Month Special Edition
What I Believe?
I believe in Heroic Sagas and Tragic Tales!
I believe in Legendary Efforts and Amazing Struggles!
I believe in swimming against the waves and flow of the river! more


Graphics
Nowruz Persian New Year Graphics
Coronavirus, Liberals &

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Great Society – HISTORY

Contents

  1. Riding A Wave of Empathy
  2. War On Poverty
  3. Medicare and Medicaid
  4. Head Start and Education Reform
  5. Urban Renewal
  6. Support for Arts and Humanities
  7. Environmental Initiatives
  8. The Great Society Backlash and Vietnam
  9. Sources

The Great Society was an ambitious series of policy initiatives, legislation and programs spearheaded by President Lyndon B. Johnson with the main goals of ending poverty, reducing crime, abolishing inequality and improving the environment. In May 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson laid out his agenda for a “Great Society” during a speech at the University of Michigan. With his eye on re-election that year, Johnson set in motion his Great Society, the largest social reform plan in modern history.

Riding A Wave of Empathy

On November 22, 1963, Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn in as President of the United States after the killing of John F. Kennedy.

The assassination of Kennedy left American citizens reeling. They felt

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Three Branches of Government – HISTORY

Contents

  1. Separation of Powers
  2. Legislative Branch
  3. Executive Branch
  4. Judicial Branch
  5. Implied Powers of the Three Branches of Government
  6. Checks and Balances
  7. Sources

The three branches of the U.S. government are the legislative, executive and judicial branches. According to the doctrine of separation of powers, the U.S. Constitution distributed the power of the federal government among these three branches, and built a system of checks and balances to ensure that no one branch could become too powerful.

Separation of Powers

The Enlightenment philosopher Montesquieu coined the phrase “trias politica,” or separation of powers, in his influential 18th-century work “Spirit of the Laws.” His concept of a government divided into legislative, executive and judicial branches acting independently of each other inspired the framers of the U.S. Constitution, who vehemently opposed concentrating too much power in any one body of government.

In the Federalist Papers, James Madison wrote of the necessity of the

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government | Definition, History, & Facts

Agricultural society

So long as humans were few, there was hardly any government. The division of function between ruler and ruled occurred only, if at all, within the family. The largest social groups, whether tribes or villages, were little more than loose associations of families, in which every elder or family head had an equal voice. Chieftains, if any, had strictly limited powers; some tribes did without chieftains altogether. This prepolitical form of social organization may still be found in some regions of the world, such as the Amazonian jungle in South America or the upper Nile River valley in Africa.

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The rise of agriculture began to change that state of affairs. In the land of Sumer (in what is now Iraq) the invention of irrigation necessitated grander arrangements. Control of the flow of water

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