Wikileaks Not For The Brave Hearts

The WikiLeaks content of stolen documentation in connection with Hillary Clinton’s campaign has ignited different reactions. The leaks may be suspected as an effort to bring down the chances of Clinton against her rival, goes to expose the political discussion happening with the staff that are engaged in presentation and politics. This balance has to be achieved by any campaign before taking up the mantle of power. Those who are involved in electoral politics will know that WikiLeaks has many variations. It showcases Clinton as an average politics with an average panel of staff handling normal politics.

To many this fact is indigestible. It appears to them that WikiLeaks acts like an agent appearing all of a sudden during the elections showcasing Clinton as a devil and working towards handing over the reign of power to Donald Trump. With their promise to expose gold, they misplace pebbles for the shiny metal. The organization called Americans for Tax Reform exclusively devoted to protect the financial interests of the rich comes up with the leaked email related to gun regulation. The video shows ATR leader Grover Norquist at the National Rifle Association board. The press release states that the video has a footage from the non C-SPAN camera displaying Clinton’s facial expression when the Senator Bill Bradley from New Jersey discussing the gun tax proposal.

The expression on the footage shows clearly that Clinton nodding her head, which could be in agreement with the person speaking or acknowledging her own agreement. Another revelation from a right wing organization called Judicial Watch has called for access of State Department emails to unearth the truth.

When a batch was released recently, the president of Judicial Watch, Tom Fitton said the emails are a proof that Clinton was using her office to offer concessions for donors at the Clinton Foundation. On a final note, Clinton is a real politician with excellent skills and failing of course. To defeat Clinton, the facts have to be proved and for those who believe in rumors there is always WikiLeaks.

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Politics, The New Interest Of Young People

Politics is an all time interesting subject for people who follow the politics religiously. Before the elections, the political scientists were wondering about how the citizens will get affected by the regular debates and heated arguments. We all wonder what how politics will be an interest of someone. To everyone’s surprise, the sector which enjoys politics to the core is the younger generation, without any doubt.

When talking about adults, it has been proved that a face to face debate will decrease the rate of political participation and lowers the political interest and voting considerably. Here the major helpline for the adults is the online political participation. Sharing the political post and giving their views with a political message are the ways they show that politics is their favorite subject too.

Different people have got different views about politics, which is a fact. The young generation spends a good amount of time in the online political declaration for knowing the fact that how the disagreement of the other people affects their political affairs. During the mid age itself, the views of politics start to change for the adults and during this age, they develop political habits which will last for their entire life.

To know the similarities between political participation and political disagreement a survey was conducted which provided a sample response of more than 2500 individuals and a lot of variety questions about political and social behavior. After the survey, it was studied that the youth have issues with face to face debate or political arguments and this is the cause where no one is interested in being part of a traditional political meeting. Studies showed that more than 90 percent was interested in online political involvement more than face to face debate. However, these steps do not discourage young generation interest in politics either online or face to face.

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