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Carol asks…

Is this evidence that Fox News Corp is a race baiting organization?

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/44041546/ns/politics-the_new_york_times/

The Fox News-Fox Nation media empire is a triumph of niche marketing, its right-thinking reports drawing an audience that is overwhelmingly old, politically conservative and white.

But at times, race rears its head: President Obama has “a deep-seated hatred for white people,” then-Fox News host Glenn Beck charged on his show two years ago.

A playful fist bump between Barack and Michelle Obama, at a rally where he claimed the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination, was described by a Fox host as a “terrorist fist jab.”

Fox Nation ran a report (taken from Politico) on the President’s 50th birthday party under the headline “Obama’s Hip-Hop BBQ Didn’t Create Jobs.” It juxtaposed pictures of Obama with three African-American celebrities — JayZ, Chris Rock and Charles Barkley.

A white group that performed at the bash, O.K. Go, was not mentioned.

Fox Nation has, in recent weeks, carried such headlines as “White Kid Beaten Up Because of Slavery” and “Obama Bringing Motown to White House . . . Boogey Down.”
It’s a serious question. It’s not about their audience but the organization. No need to get defensive, just focus on the question.

If you got a thumbs down, it might have come from me.

New Niche Finder answers:

Yes. They have and always will be a race baiting ( Right to lie) news channel.They are trying their very best to stay away from the real stories, tea party holding the country hostage over the debt ceiling debate has caused a down grading to the Country’s credit rating, Tries the same with the FAA, and of course , the Murdoch hacking scandal which in time will come after them as well. Live long and prosper fox (The right to lie) news channel……NOT!!!!

George asks…

What is the oldest Colony in the world today?

The Oldest Colony in the World: Puerto Rico…

Facts:

On July 25, 1898, during the Spanish-American War, Puerto Rico was invaded by the United States

The People of Puerto Rico are US citizens since 1917

The citizens of Puerto Rico pay full Medicare payroll taxes but their benefits are capped at 30% of the national average.

The government of Puerto Rico lacks legal personality and therefore is unable to make commercial treaties and pacts with the rest of the world. The commerce which we can establish with other countries must be via the United States, its customs, and subject to the conditions of the international treaties that the United States have agreed to, of which Puerto Rico has had no participation or voice. Obviously, Puerto Rico cannot open a niche in the world markets, nor can it establish and implement plans of economic development oriented to foreign trade due to this limitation. In this era of free trade and economic liberalization, Puerto Rico is essentially, because of its continued colonial subordination, a captive market of the United States.

Puerto Rico does not have the authority to regulate affairs and policies related to the establishment of communication systems with the outside world. The United States government is the one who has this authority in its exclusive form.

All merchandise between ports within US territory must be transported in ships of the American merchant marine. Puerto Rico is obligated to fulfill this disposition while it cannot benefit from the lower costs of ships with foreign matriculation. In this way, the products that arrive and leave the island are made more expensive due to the excessive costs of transportation. It is estimated that in 1999, the costs added to merchandise, due to the transportation costs of the American merchant marine, was over $500 million.

All nations need to regulate migratory movements for social reasons, security reasons, and economic reasons. The absolute authority in the matters of emigration to Puerto Rico rests with the federal government. By virtue of the previously stated, Puerto Rico must admit all persons that the United States authorizes to reside in its territory, including colonies. In such a situation, we lose control over any measure of economic protection that could be established for ourselves and new emigrants.

The fact that Puerto Rico must accept the dispositions of laws imposed by another country, without its consent, clearly demonstrates the colonial character of our relationship with the United States. In Puerto Rico, this is called “Estado Libre Asociado”(Free Associated State or Commonwealth). In international law, it is called “colony”.

Only 2 percent of the People of Puerto Rico support the independence for Puerto Rico

It is clear that there is a democracy deficiency in the United States.

Thousands of Puerto Ricans have shed their blood defending the United States in the name of freedom and democracy in all wars since World War I. Yet, they are not allowed to vote for their Commander-in-Chief. The people of Puerto Rico do not have voting representation in the U.S. Congress, even though all federal laws apply to them. Therefore, Puerto Ricans have no say in the making of the federal laws that apply to them. Likewise, the U.S. Supreme Court has absolute jurisdiction over Puerto Rico and all its rulings apply to Puerto Rico. However, the people of Puerto Rico do not have representation in the U.S. Senate to vote on the confirmation of Supreme Court nominees. In all, the people of Puerto Rico are ultimately governed by an Executive whom they did not vote for, a Congress in which they are not represented in, and a Supreme Court whose justices they did not confirm.

The 4 million U.S. citizens of Puerto Rico are disenfranchised citizens and are treated as second-class U.S. citizens. Are we going to tolerate this un-American and discriminatory treatment towards a particular group of U.S. Citizens? Are you willing to keep contributing $22 billion per year to support this unjust territorial status? After 112 years of service and sacrifice, it is time to add an additional star to our American constellation.

Our sons and daughters have made their mark on the US honor roll. I invite you to find a state that has earned more Purple Hearts per capita in combat than our island. Our people are never afraid to defend the red, white, and blue.

Being a colony of the United States has changed the lives of five generations and granted them a shot at democracy and an abridged version of the American Dream. But after 112 years of playing in the minor leagues, don’t we deserve our shot at the big leagues?
sailormandave: Puerto Rico remains essentially a colony to this day, even though it has attained “commonwealth” status. This allows the Puerto Ricans to have US citizenship and an elected legislature. Puerto Ricans, however, cannot vote for the president or Congress unless they live on the mainland, although they do participate in presidential primaries. They also receive limited federal benefits but do not pay federal taxes. They have no control over their external relations.
Why not pass a new constitutional amendment guaranteeing the vote to United States citizens of Puerto Rico and, perhaps, other territories?

How could be possible that in 2010 there are US citizens who Can’t Vote For their President?

New Niche Finder answers:

The USA. A British colony.

Charles asks…

Quality? Article Submissions………..?

Hi

Although I am very new to this I can see one thing right from the start:

There does not exist an easy way to rank high on Google.

– It does come down to quality link building.

My question is regarding the word “quality”.

My plan is as follows:

If I were to post an article a day on 100+ article submission sites, would that help my website rank high on google?

or would the fact that

a) it is the same article being posted multiple times and
b) only a small subset of the article submission sites I plan to use are niched for my market

make this work pointless? or to some degree less useful?
is the rate: 1/day too much? or could I potentially produce more?

Thanks for reading through all that, I would greatly appreciate feedback on this,

Kind regards,

New Niche Finder answers:

Hi Tahir Aziz,

a) Same articles being posted multiple times on article directories or your own site/blog will be penalised by google as it will be seen as duplicate content and it will affect your page rank for your site/blog.

B) You need not post lots of articles online per day. You would require to post 10 articles per month in your niche you are targetting. However, these 10 articles have to be different and the keyword phrases used have to be optimised. Suggest to write a main article about 400 to 500 words, and use the article spinning service to spin another 9 articles. If you have a blog, post the main article to your blog, and submit the rest of the 9 articles to article directories.

If you would wish to know more about this strategy, feel free to contact me via my yahoo email address. I would be glad to share with you.

Hope it helps…

Raymond

Linda asks…

Is it time to end the corporate bailouts?

AIG has received $150 billion in taxpayer’s money and is still insolvent and in need of billions more. Citi Group, GM, Chrysler, and others are coming back for more taxpayer’s money and show no hope of profitability in the future.
Is it time to let these companies fold and let natural market forces clean up the mess?
If these companies fill a needed niche, smaller companies and new companies will expand and form to provide the services and products needed.
Of the original corporations included in the S&P index when it was created over 100 years ago, only one, GE, still exists today. Giant corporations come and go, falling prey to economic times and mismanagement. It’s a nature market event.
Is it time to let today’s losers go?

New Niche Finder answers:

The bailouts should never have occurred. The short-term pain of letting these companies fail will be better in the long-term. All these problems started to happen because government wanted people who couldn’t afford houses to buy houses. Keep government out of the private sector and let the private sector take care of this.

Mark asks…

can anyone summarize this briefly?!?

The Coca Cola history extends back to 1885, when John Pemberton invented the original recipe for a new cocawine. He named it Pemberton’s French Wine Coca, which was believed to be inspired by Vin Mariani, a popular cocawine invented by Angelo Mariani. Pemberton developed Coca-Cola, a non-alcoholic version of his original cocawine, when Fulton County passed prohibition legislation. Carbonated water was added later by accident when Pemberton was mixing drinks for a friend and incidentally included it. His friends loved the new taste, so he altered the original formula to incorporate it.

Coca-Cola was said to cure many diseases, including headaches, impotence, and the powerful morphine addiction. Three versions of Coca-Cola were on the market by 1888, sold by three separate companies. One company, Candler, purchased exclusive rights to the Coca-Cola formula from Woolfolk Walker, John Pemberton, and Margaret Dozier to cut out the competition.

This made the first big break in Coca Cola history. Candler incorporated The Coca-Cola Company in 1982, and began marketing the product. The drink achieved the status of national icon for the USA by its 50th anniversary. Bottles of Coca-Cola were sold starting in 1894, and cans in 1955. The first bottle was sold in Vicksburg, Mississippi. In 1899, Chattanooga, Tennessee became the first site of a Coca-Cola bottling company.

In Pemberton’s original formula, he added five ounces of coca leaf (cocaine) per gallon of syrup. Candler claimed that he altered the formula and only added a tenth of the amount. Coca Cola once contained an estimate of nine milligrams of cocaine per glass. It wasn’t until 1903 that it was removed from the drink altogether, replacing it with coca flavoring.

New Coke” came out in 1985 after Coca-Cola attempted to change the original formula. Most consumers preferred the taste of the original Coca-Cola, and many ceased purchasing the product until the company switched back to the original formula. It was renamed Coca Cola Classic to show consumers that the drink had reverted back to its original formula.

By the 21st century, Coca Cola history took another leap in the market. In 2005, the company launched “Diet Coke”, sweetened with artificial flavors. Later in 2005, it announced “Coca Cola Zero”, sweetened with aspartame and acesulfame potassium. Since then, the company has produced other products containing the same Coca-Cola formula with minor differences.

Coca Cola is now being sold around the world, in more than 200 different countries. The Coca-Cola company now sponsors an assortment of events, including the “Olympic Games”, and “NASCAR”. In England, it is the primary sponsor of “The Football League”. It is also featured in several television shows including “The Gods Must Be Crazy.”

Coca Cola history has come a long way since Pemberton invented the original recipe, and continues to grow by leaps and bounds. It is no surprise that it is one of the leading soft drinks of the market.

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New Niche Finder answers:

Easty enough for you to do. Jot down the main ideas of each two paragraphs, one or two idea and them string them all together in a single paragraph.

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