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"It's not a good way to make the people understand us. Jesus or Moses, all messengers (of God) we should respect," and should not be made fun of in pictures or words, Mr Ghamedi said. "I believe it will make more problems."
As the Senate's chief law enforcement officer, the SAA supervises the Senate wing of the Capitol, maintaining security in the Capitol and in all the Senate buildings, and controlling access to the Senate Chamber and galleries through a team of doorkeepers. The SAA also protects the senators and can arrest and detain any person violating Senate rules. On the orders of the Senate, the SAA is the only person who can arrest the president of the United States. Additionally, the SAA can compel senators to come to the Senate Chamber to establish a quorum.
As a member of the Capitol Police Board, the SAA also helps to oversee the operations of the United States Capitol Police. Alternating with the House sergeant at arms, the Senate SAA serves as chairman of the Capitol Police Board every other year.
As a member of the Capitol Police Board, the SAA also helps to oversee the operations of the United States Capitol Police. Alternating with the House Sergeant At Arms, the Senate SAA serves as chairman of the Capitol Police Board every other year.”
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Proposal for Amendment to Submission PolicyAmendment XIIProposal for Amendment to Submission Policy by scythepuppet
Clause G guidelines for Submission etiquette
1. Deviants submitting artwork which use "base images" they did not create or do not own must make a good faith effort to provide credit for artists responsible for images in their work.
2. Deviations submitted to the DAPF gallery may not have comments disabled nor may deviants ban individual commentary, excepting instances where the deviant feels they have been harassed or that the commentator has otherwise violated the DA Etiquette Policy.
3. Deviants who ban an individual or prevent comments under "acceptable premises" listed in XII.G.2 must be prepared to defend their decision to a representative of the DAPF.
4. Deviants who violate these and other guidelines may have their work or works removed from the gallery.
Clause H Guidelines for submission review etiquette
1. Downvoting a submitted deviation must include a reason offered somewhere in the submi
Corporate Lobbying: The Death of DemocracyCorporate Lobbying: The Death of American DemocracyCorporate Lobbying: The Death of Democracy by ComradeSch
In America, it is widely known that corporations are given rights, as if they were people- And by that, it is meant they can pay politicians to pass laws that permit them to become stronger, reduce regulations on industries so they can pay their workers less and earn more, not illegalize harmful goods, and make news channels that only express one point of view. In America, this is a growing problem- And not only socialists recognize that.
Liberals have formed Wolf-PAC, an organization intent on getting money out of politics. As a matter of fact, Wolf-PAC is one of the few groups that actually tries to do something about the problem. As well, Anonymous hackers and DDOSers have the ability to shut down government servers, and whether or not they do it is up to the individuals of Anonymous- And I am certain Anons are dedicating themselves to the problem. Socialists are adamantly against lobbying as well- However, after the bad name the U
SATIRE: News Media Haunted HouseSATIRE: News Media Haunted House by BlameThe1st
Haunted House Scares Guests With Ebola, ISIS
This haunted house trades the ghosts, zombies, and ghouls for media boogeymen such as Ebola, global warming, and the Koch Brothers.
Tim Russet Potato
Every Halloween, the abandoned house at the end of Main Street has been used by the local theater group for their annual haunted house.
However, this year, instead of being haunted by imaginary boogeymen like ghosts, ghouls, and goblins, the house is hosting imaginary media boogeymen such as ISIS, Ebola, and the Koch Brothers.
The decision to update the house’s haunts was made in light of recent fear-mongering within the mainstream media, which proved to be harsh competition for traditional scares, the trope’s leader, Dr. Rector, claimed.
“When you have cable news channels pumping the public with fear 24/7 over Ebola and ISIS, suddenly classic horror monsters like Dracula and Frankenstein no longer scare people,” Rector said.
But rather than be
Everything wrong with the USAEverything wrong with the USA: A Wry Look At An Old MythEverything wrong with the USA by ComradeSch
“The USA is the best country in the world!”
No, actually, it is not the #1 country in the world… Unless you count defence spending, incarcerated persons per capita, and Christian fundamentalists.
According to US Economy, a division of About.com that deals with economic news related to the US Economy:
“The U.S. military budget is $756.4 billion for FY 2015. Military spending is greater than Medicare ($529 billion), Medicaid ($331 billion), or the interest payment on the debt ($251). It's also more than the three next largest departments combined: Health and Human Services ($73.1 billion), Education ($68.6 billion) and Housing and Urban Development ($32.6 billion).”
(http://useconomy.about.com/od/usfederalbudget/p/military_budget.htm, ÙS Military Budget)
To put that into further perspective, The Russian government's published 2014 military budget is abo
I thinking about making a political party group.I'm thinking about making a political party group on Deviantart. The political party group will be called the World Party.I thinking about making a political party group. by J-R-M-N-K-E
Information of The World Party:
Name: The World Party.
President of The World Party: :iconj-r-m-n-k-e:J-R-M-N-K-E.
Vice President of The World Party: Nobody yet.
Senate Leader of The World Party: Nobody Yet.
House Leader of The World Party: Nobody Yet.
Ideology: *Progressivism-Conservatism (Middle ground on Progressivism and Conservatism).
*Communism-Capitalism (Middle ground on Communism and Capitalism).
*Social Liberalism-Neoliberalism (Middle ground on Social Liberalism and Neoliberalism).
*Left-Libertarianism-Right Libertarianism (Middle ground on Left-Libertarianism and Right Libertarianism).
*Secularism-Theocracy (Middle ground on Secularism
Red Humour- America, Invade the Vatican!Swiss Guard: 135 Members, No Tanks, Artillery or AircraftRed Humour- America, Invade the Vatican! by ComradeSch
Al-Quaeda: About 25,000 members, Has IED's, rockets, and potentially WMD's.
Vatican: One of the richest organizations in the World (has been collecting gold for 1,600 years). Wealth nearly incalculable
Al-Quaeda: Relies on stealing enemy weapons and Molotov cocktails to sustain combat. Main resource is crude oil.
Vatican: 100 acres of land.
Al-Quaeda: Has no specific territory, operating globally.
So, my friends, why note invade the Vatican, steal all the gold, and sell it off? After all, with that kind of money, you could BUY the entire Middle East and stop wasting lives!
Saudi PrincessesKing Abdullah is keeping 4 of his daughters' captive for more than a decade.Saudi Princesses by FametSuri
Petition- Please take a look.I wrote a petition to my nation's Prime Minister, asking for one simple concession: To allow minor political parties to be given a voice in the legislature. After all, the point of a political party is to unite with other people of the same ideology to show that you believe in it. So, it's defeating the point to have a bloc of parties tha do the same thing and stifle other, more radical parties and keep them from having a say-and whether of the left or right wings, in my opinion, that is infringing on freedom of speech, and I won't stand for it.Petition- Please take a look. by ComradeSch
If you agree, sign my petition, and allow voting for minor parties, so the Canadian House of Commons can truly represent all Canadians, however moderate or extreme they are.
Tactics for the Modern Age.Tactics for the Modern Age. by The-Necromancer
Tactics For The Modern Age.
a proposal for Communist strategy in the post-Soviet era
This is my proposal for further actions against bourgeois rule. With the collapse of Soviet Communism, the world-spanning movement has equally collapsed. While the Chinese continue on in a semi-successful manner (from the Socialist perspective), the Communist movement itself is a mere shadow of what it once was. In this fashion, and I'm sure I am not the first to come to the conclusion, we Communists must take a more long-term approach to defeating world Capitalism.
The very first thing we must all accomplish is to strengthen the ties between sections of the Communist movement. To once again unify in a true Internationale (I believe, if accomplished, this would be the fifth such body). By building a organized and truly unified front, we will be stronger and better prepared. While there are ideological issues that separate many comrades, it is now imp
Drawing ComparisonsDrawing Comparisons by Titanicfan1000
Picture a country. A country that is the envy of the world. It is new and strong, expanding across a whole continent. Everyone seems happy and prosperous. It has a small and efficient government running it. It is led by certain religious values. It has a strong political system. It has a powerful military and seems to win every war it fights. It has an expanding social program to help people.
However, not everything is how it seems. The religious values are in decline, and no longer do people follow them. That strong political system has been damaged by corrupt politicians. The military is indeed powerful, but its high and rising spending is crushing the country. So to is that social program. It gives welfare to the unemployed, but the unemployed have become incredibly lazy and unemployment is rising. Unemployment is rising due to the arrival of slavery. With slaves working for nothing, businessmen no longer need actual workers of their country and thus they become unemployed. Eventual
The Presidents: James MadisonThe Presidents: James Madison by Titanicfan1000
Introduction and Early Life
If anyone had the statesmanship to be president, it was James Madison Jr. He was a strong supporter of Thomas Jefferson and he was the father of the Constitution. However, he lacked serious political and diplomatic skills that would lead the United States into a collision with Britain. Born on March 16, 1751 to a wealthy Virginia planter, he resembled the society he was born in. Like many Founders, he read the classics and studied foreign languages. In 1769 he went to the College of New Jersey (later known was Princeton University) to further his education and study political theory, history, and philosophy. He was small in stature with a large head. He weighed around 100 pounds and stood at five feet, four inches. He graduated in 1771 and helped create the American Whig Society, a society that helped expand political debate and theory. Although Madison was educated by Presbyterian clergymen, he took little interest in religious matters. He mainly lea
The Presidents: James MonroeThe Presidents: James Monroe by Titanicfan1000
Introduction and Early Life
James Monroe would be the last president from the revolutionary generation. He would also be the last president from the Virginia Dynasty which had held the White House for four out of five presidents. With the War of 1812 over, Monroe's job was to lead the nation onward with a new generation of leaders and tackle new issues that would plague the nation later. He was born in April 28, 1758 to a southern planter family of French and Scottish descent in Westmoreland County, Virginia. First tutored at home by his mother, Monroe went to Campbelltown Academy where he learned Latin and mathematics at an expert rate faster than anyone else in his class. One of his classmates was Chief Justice John Marshall. Monroe was an honest and patient man who would probably have the easiest presidency in American history. He was one of the youngest officers in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War, but at the Battle of Trenton in 1776 he was wounded. The bat
The Presidents: John Quincy AdamsThe Presidents: John Quincy Adams by Titanicfan1000
Introduction and Early Life
John Quincy Adams would be the first president to have a father who was president as well. This may have proved to be some bad luck for him because John Q. Adams would also achieve nothing during his presidency and he, like his father, would suffer from heavy political fighting. John Q. Adams followed in his father's footsteps. Adams was born to his father John and mother Abigail on July 11, 1767, in Braintree (later Quincy), Massachusetts. He followed his father on diplomatic trips to France and the Netherlands during the War of Independence. Like his father, he also went to Harvard University where he earned his MA in 1790. George Washington started the younger Adams' political career by sending him as an ambassador to the Netherlands. A Federalist, he was appointed to be the Commissioner of Monetary Affairs in Boston but a federal judge, but President Thomas Jefferson prevented the appointment. The Massachusetts General Court elected Adams to the S
The Presidents: Thomas JeffersonThe Presidents: Thomas Jefferson by Titanicfan1000
Introduction and Early Life
Thomas Jefferson was the author of the Declaration of Independence. He was a man who held strong beliefs over what the United States declared independence for and what it was supposed to be. With the presidency, he hoped to shape the country they way he wanted it. Born on April 13, 1743 in Virginia, he was the third of ten children in a wealthy plantation family. He showed intellectual capabilities at an early age. When he was nine he started to learn Greek, Latin, and French. At sixteen he entered the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. Like John Adams, Jefferson practiced law. His law professor, George Wythe, became a strong mentor in his life. Another professor, William Small, introduced him to everything from mathematics to political writings from Enlightenment philosophers like John Locke and Francis Bacon. He continued to have interests in ideology and classical literature when he graduated in 1762, but also still kept to his pr
The Presidents: John AdamsThe Presidents: John Adams by Titanicfan1000
Introduction and Early Life
While John Adams was no doubt a founding father and key political leader, he was entering the presidency after a widely respected and largely successful man had been president. The American people were largely expecting the same from him and this would leave him in a tough spot. John Adams was born on October 30, 1735 in Quincy, Massachusetts. Adams, at sixteen, was the first president to go and graduate from Harvard College in 1751. Adams became a lawyer and eventually entered politics after earning a Master of Arts (MA) degree. He showed that he had a clear intellectual mind that formed from Puritan ideals, typical for most New England thinkers. Personally, Adams was a secretive person who was stubborn and distrusted others. One of the greatest works was a report on the legality of writs of assistance made by lawyer James Otis Jr. in the Massachusetts Superior Court. In 1764, just shy of his twenty-ninth birthday, Adams married Abigail Smith. A year
The Presidents: George WashingtonThe Presidents: George Washington by Titanicfan1000
Introduction and Early Life
In 1789, George Washington became the first president of the United States. Perhaps if it had not been for him, the United States may have never even existed in the first place. Today he is typically seen as one of the greatest presidents in American history and is largely looked at. Washington, born on February 22, 1732, gained several traits from his family, including his tall height and an interest in owning land. He had tragedy early in his life. His father died when he was 11 years old so his half-brother Lawrence took care of him. However, at the age of 34, Lawrence died of disease leaving Washington his plantation at Mount Vernon in Virginia. Washington did not have a college education and decided to serve in the British army during the French and Indian War. Early in the war, he was captured along with a band of troops during a battle at Fort Necessity. He was eventually allowed to return home where he again joined the British army and led a V
I Thought We Were Past ThatI Thought We Were Past That by katiejo911
So that dumb ass Florida preacher lynched our president in effigy. This is the same guy who put American's lives in danger by threatening to burn a Quaran. Once again the trees of Florida bear strange fruit.
I know that with all the Homeland Security who-ha that was going on during the Bush administration, lynching ole' Dubya in effigy would have gotten us declared "enemy combatants" and we'd have been whisked off to an unknown location without legal representation and due process. That's because the Bush doctrine is based on the principle of "If you ain't with us, yer agin us."
This president is being lynched in effigy because in the South, that's what you do with uppity niggers.
And what's more uppity than moving into the Big White House telling all us white folks what to do? Next thing you know, he'll have our women. He's trying to break down the institution of marriage because they don't have marriages.
American EwethAmerican Eweth by MichaelRay44
How do you control the masses
Keep them uneducated and afraid
Overload them with advertisements
Create a society of wage slaves
Be sure they stay divided
and animosity reigns true
Character defined by the size of your wallet
God bless the Red, White and Blue
Kardashian's worth millions
Famous for sucking dick
Are you liberal, youre a socialist
Fuck the poor, weak and sick
And these millennium kids,
OWS, Generation Y
Labeled selfish and lazy
For no longer believing the lies
They've watched as the elderly
Lost their homes to taxation
After laying down their lives
To defend and build a once great nation
Underground there is rumbling
A revolution seeking truth
No longer will we settle
To be American Eweth