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Austin, TX (PRWEB) December 15, 2012
The latest Digital Newsletter from AbsoluteRights.com has been published, and in it Managing Editor Tim Young has gathered the best of timely and current content from Absolute Rights’ experienced contributors.
The featured article comes from newest Absolute Rights contributor Diane Alden, who shares her opinions on the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement.
“On November 20, 2012 Asian nations gave President Barack Hussein Obama a finger in the eye,” starts the article. “The meeting in Phnom Penn, Cambodia included 15 Asian nations, representing about half the world’s population. These nations informed the world of the creation of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership. That partnership excludes the United States.”
Alden goes on to explain how his exclusive is indicative of an on-going and increasingly important problem facing the US.
“In fact,” she wrote, “the US is offering less and less to the economic health of the globe. This is because of shortsighted behaviors of our political and economic movers and shakers of the last 40 years in particular. Many fine minds have been trying to warn us for a decade or more that we are on the wrong course. Our economic model, our fiscal and monetary paths are in fact taking us over a cliff at this moment.”
The Contender’s Corner article was written by contributor Karl Dobias, who says President Obama could use a lesson from reality television.
“He just needs to learn what reality TV producers learned decades ago: frenzy and details make people excited,” wrote Dobias.
Crisis Ops, the Newsletter section that focuses on survival tips and rights protection, highlighted the recent measure to put black boxes in passenger vehicles. Written by Grady Kerr, the article make note of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration move to require the devices in all cars and light trucks by 2014.
The last article in the Newsletter comes from Young, and it is the Global Watch piece that looks at foreign affairs. The issue of Kate Middleton’s now-deceased nurse, who was duped by a prank phone call, is leading down a dangerous slope, Young wrote.
“This major security breach draws attention to the treatment of the royals in the foreign press, and especially in the Australian media. Kate Middleton, the most famous and talked about royal in the world, is no stranger to security lapses. Earlier this year, tabloids ran topless photos that were taken by an Australian publication,” said Young in the article.
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