Absolute Rights Publishes Latest Version of Their Digital Newsletter

The most recent Newsletter from Absolute Rights is full of engaging content from Managing Editor Tim Young and contributing writers.

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The main article was written by Brent Dickerson, who explains President Obama’s train of thought by comparing it to the “Ghostbusters” movies.

Austin, TX (PRWEB) December 08, 2012

Absolute Rights published their most recent Digital Newsletter Tuesday, December 4, 2012, and in it, readers will find a collection of political articles curated by Managing Editor Tim Young.

The main article was written by Brent Dickerson, who explains President Obama’s train of thought by comparing it to the “Ghostbusters” movies. The article mentions the Multiple Stream Theory, which Dickerson said is playing out in today’s economy.

“Usually some event happens, a crisis, like a giant Marshmallow Man roaming the streets of Manhattan, or like a persistent fiscal emergency like the one we are in now. The only way to deal with the problem, as the Ghostbusters found out, is to cross the streams. In the policy world this is known as a window of opportunity,” wrote Dickerson.

Crisis Ops is the Newsletter section that focuses on survival in a real crisis, and this edition’s article was written by Tim Young in response to the anti-gun speech given by Bob Costas during Sunday Night Football.

Young calls it “one of the most ridiculous political rants ever by a sports broadcaster.” Though it may have seemed spontaneous on the surface, Young claims it was anything but.

“That rant on Sunday night was planned folks... People like Bob Costas want to take your guns, and who knows how much more time you may have to legally own yours,” wrote Young in the article.

The Contender’s Corner section featured an article by new Absolute Rights contributor Grady Kerr, and it zooms in on President Obama’s immigration approach. It’s a serious issue, says Kerr, as “it is estimated that 640 million adults wish to migrate to another country with (according to Gallup) more than 150 million worldwide declaring the United States as their desired future permanent residence.”

“Don't get me wrong,” wrote Kerr, “I believe in immigration, but perhaps when the President said that he took it seriously, he should have thought about slowing the immigration, rather than opening the flood gates further and focusing on our own people's needs in America first.”

The last Newsletter article is from the Global Watch category, and it is written by Absolute Rights contributor Carlie Partridge. It shares some opinions on Syria, and its use of chemical weapons.

“Reports are flying that Syria is shifting some of its arsenal of chemical weapons,” wrote Partridge. “Secretary of State Hilary Clinton warned Syria about the strong U.S. stance on the use of such weapons.”

Despite the warning, Partridge wrote that “In the past week, the U.S. and its allies have noticed Syria moving around some of its weapons. Exactly what the U.S. plan of action would be, should Syria cross the "red line," is unclear.”

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