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    It is often presumed that voters hold consistent positions on particular issues on the basis of ideology, choosing positions based on how liberal or conservative they are. But, to what extent does this consistency hold true among voters? Moreover, for what reason does this consistency vary among voters? Presumably, voters hold consistent positions on the issues of government spending and services as well as the government guaranteeing jobs and a good standard of living based on their liberal or conservative

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    Who Really Is To Blame?

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    a conservative, I would be mad as hell! Not at the liberals and moderates, who after all have only been pushing for the things that liberals and moderates always push for, but at the conservative "leaders" who have betrayed the very essence of conservatism. I would be angry as hell at the Glenn Becks and Rush Limbaughs of the world who cynically manipulate both their listeners and their party for monetary gain, and for fame. I would be ready to crucify men like John Boehner who would rather keep

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    Russian financial cris of 1998

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    the Russian government's failure to address fiscal imbalances. Less direct but more fundamental causes have been structural problems. The government has an inefficient tax regime that fails to generate sufficient revenues to meet fiscal obligations. More fundamentally, incomplete economic restructuring has left an economy, much of which is run on barter, that masks inefficient and even "value-subtracting" economic activities, and that makes attaining fiscal balances even more arduous. But Russia has

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    Dell Business Risk Evaluation Dell Inc., with fiscal 2005 net revenue of $49.2 billion, is a premier provider of products and services worldwide that enable customers to build their information-technology and Internet infrastructures. Dell offers a broad range of enterprise systems (servers, storage, workstations, and networking products), client systems (notebook and desktop computer systems), printing and imaging systems, software and peripherals, and global services. During calendar 2004, Dell

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    Peer-to-Peer Networking vs. Network Domains Difference Between A network can be based on either a peer-to-peer level or server-based, also referred to as domain-based. To distinguish the difference, a peer-to-peer network, also known as a workgroup, is a network in which a group of computers are connected together to share resources, such as files, applications, or peripherals. The computers in a peer-to-peer network are peers to one another, meaning no single computer has control over one another

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    The Fiscal Rescript Of Umar II

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    The Fiscal Rescript Of `Umar II From `Umar b. `Abd al `Azîz, Commander of the Faithful, to the governors: Verily God sent Muhammad "with the Guidance and the Religion of Truth that He should make it supreme over every form of religion, rage the associators of gods with God as they may." [Koran, 9:34] And verily the religion of God wherewith He sent Muhammad is His Book which He sent down upon him, that God should be obeyed therein and that His command should be followed and what He has forbidden

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    The Fiscal Deficit Crisis in the United States Since the inauguration of George W. Bush as the president of the United States in January 2001, a series of issues and problems have appeared. President Bush created problems in education, finance, medicare, social security, as well as foreign affairs. In addition, he has turned a 500 billion dollar surplus into a 500 billion dollar deficit (“Historical Tables” 2004, 21-22). We must ask how he could do this. Were funds spent on improving education

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    del sistema impositivo a los cambios en los precios; 4) aumentar el peso específico de impuestos de amplia base y baja tasa, a fin de reducir la distorsión que generaban los impuestos en el sistema de asignación de recursos; 5) reducir la evasión fiscal; y 6) aumentar las recaudaciones y la presión tributaria. La reforma tributaria redujo las tasas marginales máximas de impuesto sobre los ingresos de las personas de 70% a 30% inicialmente, para llegar en tres años a 25%. La tasa de impuesto sobre

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    because they are doing well and won't suddenly go out of business. Dell achieved record revenue of $15.2 billion and earnings of 43 cents per share driven by growth in enterprise products and services and sales outside of the united states in the fiscal fourth-quarter of 2006. Dell's enterprise business in the quarter - including storage, servers, services and related software and peripherals - increased worldwide by 21 percent year-over-year. Storage revenue was up 41 percent year-over-year. Dell's

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    The Political Spectrum

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    The Political Spectrum Conservatism - This type believes in conserving the present political, social and economic order as much as possible - It takes the traditions of that time and only changes them gradually and not very Frequently - Monarchies, aristocracies and the churches made up the main areas of conservatism - They believed that they were surrounded by well-organized enemies (other political parties) they felt defensive about Liberalism, nationalism and popular sovereignty -

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