Government and Politics

Washington Laws Make It Illegal to Kill Bigfoot

Washington Laws Make It Illegal to Kill Bigfoot, If He Exists

Featured Image from: People Unicorns, yetis, and gnomes – around the world, people have their own legends surrounding countless mythical creatures. And in many cases, various cultures have strange rules on how to handle these creatures if you either want to survive or earn wealth or fortune from them. If seamen encounter a mermaid, for …

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Governments Are Starting to Prohibit Love Locks

Love Is Not Forever: Why Governments Are Starting to Prohibit Love Locks

Paris has always been known as the City of Love, so it’s no surprise that couples both young and old flock to the city for a romantic vacation. Maybe visit the Eiffel Tower, make the pilgrimage to the Basilique du Sacré-Cœur, and have a candle-lit dinner along the Canal St. Martin. Finish up your trip …

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Occupational Safety in the Philippines: A Closer Look at the New Law

In August 2018, President Rodrigo Duterte signed a law that ensures the employees’ safety in their workplace. It may sound irrelevant to some, but a closer look at the statistics tells us that occupational safety law is a long-overdue reform. Most Common Occupational Injuries According to the most recent survey by the Philippine Statistics Authority …

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How Governments Can Decrease Poverty Rates in the City

How Governments Can Decrease Poverty Rates in the City

The current poverty rate of the United States stands at 12.3 percent, or around 39.7 million Americans living below the poverty line. While the numbers are much lower than last year, it’s important to note that these numbers were measured by households, which means it does not include those living in poverty as homeless people, …

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the German Government Deliberately Downplayed Hitler’s Grave

Why the German Government Deliberately Downplayed Hitler’s Grave

Featured Image from: Newsweek When a person known for their bravery, kindness, wisdom, good leadership, and overall good deeds dies, you can imagine what their gravestone looks like: a huge burial plot, possibly an entire mausoleum, if not the entire memorial park, dedicated to that person. People would come to visit to celebrate that person’s …

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