Austin, TX (PRWEB) February 03, 2013
Absolute Rights, the fastest growing news and opinion site on the web, has published its most recent Digital Newsletter. The articles in the Newsletter cover topics such as survival items, political concerns, and immigration reform.
The main article was written by Absolute Rights contributor Brent Dickerson, and in it he investigates some of the mysteries of today’s political environment. He uses a recent Gallup Poll as an example of the common concerns held by Americans, and comments on the “mind-blowing irrationality that is the dementia of the left.”
“I ask that you contact your representatives in Washington and let them know where the debate really needs to go. They need to know that they are all out of touch,”Dickerson wrote in the article.
The Contender’s Corner section of the Newsletter comes from contributor Karl Dobias, who is reexamining his political stance.
“Over the last six months, I’ve gone through a change in political ideology- I was raised in a somewhat conservative environment, but recently that has changed,” Dobias wrote. “The way I see it, discovering your political beliefs is a lot like starting a diet that you plan on sticking to for a lifetime. That’s not something you should want to rush into, and neither is choosing who you want to side your political ideology with.”
Crisis Ops, the Newsletter article that focuses on survival techniques, was contributed by ‘Above Average’ Joe. The piece highlighted the many uses of paracord, a versatile survival item that can make many aspects of survival much easier.
Joe shares 80 different uses for paracord, and asks readers to share more.
“Last week a friend of mine saw the paracord lanyard that I keep on my keychain and asked what it was for,” Joe wrote. “I told him (jokingly) that there were over 100 different uses for paracord.”
The last part of the Newsletter is the Global Watch article, which asks “Is a bad reputation whata th US needs to stop immigration?”
Written by Bailey O’Malia, the article looks at recent UK decisions to depict their own country negatively to deter immigrants from moving into the country.
“While it sounds absolutely crazy to badmouth your own country, the concept isn’t so crazy. And with all the talk about a new immigration plan in Washington, I wonder if this might be an idea worth borrowing from across the pond,” O’Malia said in the article.
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