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2014 Election Fraud Has Already Begun In Chicago -- by Dr. Eowyn -- And we call India a third world country? Shame on America’s Demonrats! But then how else can the Demonrats carry out vote fraud? Speaking of vote fraud, the Great 2014 Vote Fraud has already begun. [...] 10/24


A Bigger-Than-Ever Reason to Watch India's Elections

This article explains why the rest of the world should watch India's elections. Apparently, it has population implications. It might help or hurt metro/inner city families who live in poor income areas.


HH: Hope Springs Eternal “Rajesh Kumar Singh / AP Rajji, 75, rests after casting her vote outside a polling station in Varanasi, India, Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2012. The third phase of the seven-phased elections in Uttar Pradesh, India’s most populous and politically crucial state, is being held Wednesday. (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)”


Dharavi Slums - the largest slums in Asia, with more than one million people, in a city where the 99% are dirt poor! 1 out of every 1400 toilets works properly!

from Anne of Carversville

Beyonce, Jay-Z, Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams, Jennifer Lopez, Mark Anthony: Clinton Concerts Rock the Night

Beyonce, Jay-Z, Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams, Jennifer Lopez, Mark Anthony: Clinton Concerts Rock the Night — Anne of Carversville

Elections in India - The election to the 16th Lok Sabha is scheduled to be held in between April 7 to May 12th with as many as nine phases. The General Elections 2014 results date has been decided upon as 16th of May

from the Guardian

Kolkata: a walking and culture tour of India’s city of joy

Morning sun fills up a street in Bowbazar just before the elections with the Communists trying to regain lost glory, Kolkata


INCOME INEQUALITY has gotten so extreme in the United States, that Americans now rank 93rd in the world in "income equality." China's ahead of the U.S. So is India. So is Iran. Workers can strengthen their earning power by organizing!


Isabella Lucy Bird (1831 – 1904) was a 19th century English explorer, writer and natural historian. Travelling widely in the USA, Asia, India, Australia and Canada, she rode on horseback (she was considered scandalous for not riding side-saddle!) for 800 miles through the Rocky Mountains and wrote a book about her experiences.