Tag Archives: Islamophobia
$60 billion Spent During Iraq & Afghanistan Wars
The other day someone asked PITAPOLICY to describe one of the challenges political economy addresses. During an election year, there’s no better example than how political parties try to appeal to small businesses as a voting bloc. Both the US … Continue reading
Kuwait Notes How American Muslims Organize & Vote
PITAPOLICY is pleased to share two items! WebShow: Last Thursday evening, PITAPOLICY Consulting Founder & Huffington Post Community Member, Mehrunisa Qayyum, appeared in her first Huffington Post Live Show as a guest for “Constitutionally Flawed” – a discussion on Tunisia, … Continue reading
Socially Responsible Organizing: Does Lobbying Qualify?
PITAPOLICY kicks off August with the theme: Socially Responsible Organizing and Investing. Is Lobbying Considered Socially Responsible Organizing? On July 25th, I participated as my blogger persona, PITAPOLICY, in the Global Voice Hall Live Pangea program. The topic was Arab … Continue reading
openDemocracy: I’m Not Commitment Phobic; I Got Engaged!
Note: Originally posted on openDemocracy.net, which is an E-zine and discussion forum offering news and opinion articles from established academics and journalists covering current issues in world … Not Commitment Phobic: I Got Engaged One campaigner told me at a … Continue reading