The Slow Change of Democracy

Renowned constitutional scholar, Sujit Choudhry, says the idea of democracy has evolved much all over the world since the Cold War. He says one great example of this is Poland’s Law and Justice Party. Since this party was voted by the public into office in 2015, it has focused almost exclusively on undermining and redefining democracy in Poland to the end of eliminating any efforts to do away with their ruling power ( They did this by first completely changing the country’s Constitutional Court. They remade the court’s constitution of panels, redefined voting procedure, revolutionized the assignment of judges to cases, and many other related matters. In essence, they have since been taking steps to an entire overhaul of the Polish democratic system.

This is just one example of democracy being drastically tampered with through recent decades. These are not things happening naturally but are being done through underhanded manipulations by the ruling governments for their own ends. We are seeing democracy used by undemocratic regimes to get themselves in power so that they can then undermine and change this democratic system from within and thus make good their own ends. These regimes are successfully getting into power because they are also successfully tricking the populace into thinking they are actually democratic.

The collapse of democracy in this way, says Choudhry, is bringing authoritarianism closer and closer to many countries. He points back to the Polish government as an example. Although it is making a much slower motion, the American government is also making this slide, albeit it extremely slowly. One reason why our ideas are becoming easier to change these days is that more and more it is becoming the case that we live in an environment where there are no right or wrong answers. However, governmental bodies are not the only ones producing these changes. The media is also at fault.  For an interesting interview of Sujit, click

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All About the Southridge Capital Company

The Southridge Capital company is a financial solutions corporation that has been around since early 1996. The main office is in Connecticut, but they also have offices throughout America and overseas in Africa, Australia and Singapore. Because of their ability to provide financial services overseas, they have become the fastest-growing financial company in the world. The executive team of Southridge Capital has redefined and refined their financial strategies that are currently being used by other companies. They create a level of control with an understanding of the current marketplace to provide better funding to their customers. The structured investment team of Southridge Capital has currently made over $1.8 billion in American investments. With over 20 years of experience, Southridge Capital can customize a financial plan for a customer and execute these plans without risk of failure. You can visit Bloomberg to know more.


According to PR Newswire, serving well over 250 public companies, Southridge Capital has the extensive experience that’s needed to face corporate growth and change despite the age of a particular company. Currently, Southridge Capital employs less than 10 main financial analysts who work on the hundreds of corporate owners who come to them for financial aid. These professionals include Stephen Hicks, who is the CEO of the company, Linda Carlsen, Henry Sargent and Laurence Ditkoff. Working as a team, these expert analysts and advisors create unique spreadsheets and data plans that keep your financial potential in check with superior education that prepares you for your own monetary future gain. The experts can teach you about changes and trends within the market which will secure your company’s assets. Their services include restructuring analysis, mergers and acquisitions, financial solutions, credit enhancing and repair as well as balance sheet optimization.


The CEO and founder of Southridge Capital is Stephen Hicks, who is a graduate of BriarCliff Manor and Fordham University in New York. Before creating Southridge Capital, he worked as an investor and financial analyst for the Bridge Group for over 10 years. His experience in the field as well as his team of hard-working financial experts gives them an edge to create a personalized plan that will establish and alter your business administration. You can visit their website



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Class Dojo Connecting Schools, Families, and Communities From Different Continents

June 8, 2018

Class Dojo is a classroom tool and app that connects teachers, students, parents, and school administrators to build classroom communities.

Using classroom dojo teachers can share ideas, communicate, and interact with students, parents, teachers, school administrators as well as other teachers, administrators, students, and classrooms from different states or around the world.

Class Dojo is convenient for teachers because they can use all the categories that are in the toolkit to prepare for the school day and to prepare their lessons and activities for their class or classes. The different categories in the toolkit include Directions where the teacher can put directions for assignments, projects, or tasks for the day. Teachers can play music for students to do work to or to take a brain break from classwork. There’s a noise meter so students can have a visual of how their voice levels are. There’s also a timer, and a category titled Today, where teachers can post or write schedules, assignments, and events for the day.

Class Dojo makes sharing, communicating, and interacting with parents very convenient because teachers and parents can download the app to there phones and computers. Teachers can post class and school announcements, videos, and events that are happening in the classroom or the school.

Students can also work on and make portfolios for different topics or assignments that are assigned by there teacher by adding photos and pictures.

Class Dojo allowed the students from an Illinois school to collaborate with students and their teacher from Africa and help them with their project.The students from Illinois donated school supplies to the students in Africa and the students in Illinois was working on the topic of kindness. Class Dojo provided a way for both classes to discover similarities and differences between there cultures.

Classroom Dojo is a great, useful, and convenient tool for schools, parents, teachers, and administrators both in the United States and around the world.

Most schools in the United States are already using Class Dojo.

Felipe Montoro Jens Reports on IDB’s Stance on Private Investments For Latin America

June 5, 2018

Felipe Montoro Jens, an Infrastructure Projects Expert, recently reported on a special meeting held by the governors of the Inter-American Development Bank or IDB that was held on March 24th in Mendoza, Spain. The meeting of the governors was held to discuss the promotion of private investments in Latin America and Brazil specifically. After much discussion, it was agreed that private investment would benefit Latin America and aid Brazil in its infrastructure projects. Visit to learn more.

Dyogo Oliveira, the Minister of Planning, Development, and Management, defended his stance to the governors regarding the importance of attracting private investments and believes that establishing some guarantees regarding the financial success of the investments will attract more foreign investors. Luis Caputo, the Chairman of Inter-American Development Bank, agrees with Oliveira and proposals to work on leveraging private investments into the region are in the works. Spain’s Secretary for Economy and Business has mentioned that Brazil is a highly dynamic market and that it is worth placing it as a priority for Spain.

Dyogo Oliveira predicts that a new industrial revolution is on the horizon. He termed it the Industrial Revolution 4.0 and thinks that private investments are integral to the success of this new and upcoming industrial revolution. He may indeed be right that private investments into infrastructure could push Brazil into a new industrial revolution that will bring new business opportunities.

However, at the moment private investments are down and are not enough to spur the growth that DyogoOliveira hopes for. This could damage Brazil’s plans for future infrastructure projects. As a result, Brazil has looked in a new direction. Brazil has formed public-private partnerships or (PPP’s) for public works projects. Felipe Montoro Jens reports that Brazil hopes to use these partnerships to achieve its goals, but there may be a problem in the difficulty of mobilizing private capital.

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