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Governance and Policing[edit]

  • NABS NABS Nomenclature for the analysis and comparison of scientific programmes and budgets http://studmed.unibe.ch/x?43.
  • Anti-protest laws History of instances when anti-protest laws have been introduced around the world. Recent examples include Ukraine, Victoria in Australia. This page could help determine if there are historical precedents to suggest that this kind of legislation is dangerous to democracy i.e. states who have implemented these laws have moved towards fascism / dictatorship etc.
  • Sitting government, please (I want to know what it means for a government to be "sitting", I wasn't able to find a definition anywhere). Possibly under Incumbent government?
  • Hackerazzi, person that commits unauthorized access to a protected computer system to obtain private celebrity material[1] - (wp gwp g bwp b | eb 1911 co gct sw)
  • Kansas Fire Marshal is a state agency that just celebrated its 100th birthday; it is charged with protecting the lives and property of the citizens of Kansas from the hazards of fire, explosion and hazardous materials. reference http://ksfm.ks.gov
  • Joint Ethics Regulation reference http://www.dod.mil/dodgc/defense_ethics/ethics_regulation/
  • Lying to Congress should track the historical record and legal basis of prosecutions for lying to Congress up to Roger Clemens and beyond
  • Evidence Recovery Team, division of the FBI, may warrant an article (its not even mentioned at the article on the fbi)
  • deputization Wikipedia doesn't have any articles on this process. What are the legal ramifications of someone being deputized as a (temporary?) law enforcement official? Who has the authority to deputize someone? Does someone so deputized have the full authority of a more traditionally appointed law enforcement official? How does modern deputization compare to the more common (?) practice in the American Old West? I think these are all intriguing questions that Wikipedia doesn't seem to touch on at all.
  • do-ocracy reference http://communitywiki.org/DoOcracy
  • Corruption of the Mexican police
  • ineptocracy Ineptocracy (in-ep-toc'-ra-cy) - a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing; and, where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers. Also could be applied to any organization or company. The only difference is these will usually go out of business eventually.
  • Calpixque - Aztec local governance position
  • Campaign for a Fair Settlement - an American coalition attempting to increase the accountability of banks following the economic and foreclosure crises in 2008
  • British India administration and provincial organisation

Norgrove Report A review of the Family Justice system in the United Kingdom, chaired by the economist David Norgrove. Criticised for under-emphasising role of fathers http://www.centreforsocialjustice.org.uk/client/downloads/Norgrove%20response%2003%2011%2011.pdf http://www.justice.gov.uk/about/moj/independent-reviews/family-justice-review/index.htm

Counter Intelligence documentary

Historical[edit]

Motto of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

see http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hauptverwaltung_Verlage_und_Buchhandel

Human Rights[edit]

Legislation[edit]

Legal precedents[edit]

Ideologies[edit]

  • Neolibertarianism A term originally used to to describe libertarians who embraced the alliance with the New Left, now used to describe a strand of libertarianism whose adherents describe to be "Liberalist, idealist and Lockean". Alternatively, sometimes also used to describe a fusion of pro-war neoconservative and libertarian ideologies.
  • Continental convservatism A term sometimes confused with "reactionary", though there is some overlap. Generally, this describes an opposition to classical liberalism and support for the defense and/or restoration of the Ancien Regime previously in power, but overthrown and/or currently threatened by revolutionaries.

Organizations, authorities, NGOs, and public benefit corporations[edit]

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  • Federal Investigative Services (FIS http://www.opm.gov/about-us/our-people-organization/program-divisions/federal-investigative-services/) - agency of the United States Office of Personnel Management
  • Fill This House - Organization focused on helping foster teens after they turn 18 and are no longer eligible for foster care.
  • Fix the Debt - [27]
  • Flashreport.org - conservative California newsblog flashreport.org
  • Foundation for EU Democracy - a political foundation at European level connected to EU Democrats
  • Fraternity and Sorority PAC - A campaign finance organization that supports fraternity and sorority members running for federal office and advocates on behalf of issues of importance to the Greek community. [6]
  • GNOSC - [www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/disa/gnoscnov01.doc]
  • Gotmovement - [28]
  • GOW Clan
  • Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) Trust Fund has no article. It was created by voters who approved a Colorado state Constitutional amendment [29] that directs Colorado Lottery [30] revenues be invested in the outdoors, specifically parks, trails, open spaces, wildlife and rivers. The GOCO amendment was proposed by then Dept of Natural Resources director Ken Salazar [31], who later became a US Senator and US Secretary of the Interior. Its first director was Will Shafroth [32] , grandson of a Colorado governor and a Congressional candidate. Since its inception, GOCO has invested more than $800 million to preserve more than one million acres of land in Colorado, and created and enhanced more than 700 miles of trails, more than 700 miles of river corridors, and more than 1,100 community parks. It is the primary source of funding for wildlife preservation and protection in Colorado, providing nearly $30 million a year to the state parks and wildlife department [33] to support wildlife, trails programs, state parks and threatenened and endangered species. It provides about $1 million a year for Colorado Youth Corps. Colorado's dedication of lottery revenues to outdoor recreation and wildlife is unique among the 44 states that operate lotteries. http://www.goco.org
  • Happy Home & School for the Blind - [34]
  • Highlands Forum aka Highlands Group Inc. - “an informal cross-disciplinary network sponsored by Federal Government,” focusing on “information, science and technology.” [35] an “intellectual capital venture firm” with “extensive experience assisting corporations, organizations, and government leaders.” The firm provides a “wide range of services, including: strategic planning, scenario creation and gaming for expanding global markets,” as well as “working with clients to build strategies for execution.” [36] “founded by a retired US Navy captain named Dick O’Neill.” Delegates include senior US military officials across numerous agencies and divisions — “captains, rear admirals, generals, colonels, majors and commanders” as well as “members of the DoD leadership.” - ”Its biggest successes have been in the development of high-tech network-based warfare.” [37]
  • Hike against Hunger
  • Health Insurance Risk-Sharing Plan (HIRSP) Authority [38] [39] [40] [41] [42] [43] - HIRSP Authority is a Wisconsin non-profit offering health insurance to those denied coverage through traditional underwriting challenges, most commonly because of pre-existing conditions or loss of employer-sponsored coverage.




NGOs[edit]

Political parties[edit]

Nigeria[edit]

Other[edit]

Elections[edit]

  • Box 13 Scandal. Concerns Jim Wells County, Texas, and the 1948 election of Lyndon Baines Johnson to the U.S. Senate. Named after the Precinct 13 ballot box termed "infamous" in the current Jim Wells County article. Footnote from Robert Caro's 1991 book, "The Years of Lyndon Johnson: Means of Ascent". Johnson evidently won by less than 100 votes (over former Texas governor Coke Stevenson), although the wp footnote says 202 votes were later "demonstrated" to have been stuffed into Box 13 before polls closed.
  • Charles Munger Jr.
  • Moldovan referendum, 2012 April 1

Radical and militant groups[edit]

Political science[edit]

Fiscal stress is more specific than generalize financial stress, and tends to speak to the challenges of a polity collecting adequate revenue from its tax authority to pay for the many facets of its expenditure program (and explicitly includes the long-term vs. short-term imbalances). N2e (talk) 17:16, 18 December 2008 (UTC)

International relations[edit]

International diplomacy/Diplomatic service exams[edit]

References[edit]