The History and Future of the Golf Society in the UK

Golf Societies – The Early days…

There are many claims to the date in which the game was invented with some claiming that the game was first recorded in China and other claiming the game of invented by the Dutch. However, whatever the truth, it is now widely accepted that the game really to took off in Scotland following the reign of James I, King of Scots (1406 – 1437).

Some important dates (courtesy of Wikipedia)…

1421 – A Scottish regiment aiding the French (against the English) is introduced to the game of ‘Chole’

1457 – Golf banned by Scots Parliament to preserve the art of archery and prohibited it on Sundays

1502 – The ‘Treaty of Perpetual Peace’ between England and Scotland, the ban on golf is lifted

1513 – Queen Catherine, queen consort of England refers to the growing popularity of golf in England

1552 – The first … Read More

The History of Government and the Right to Keep and Bear Arms

Let’s take a look at several thousand years of governmental disarmament of the populace. Of course all the while, the rulers, their guards and armies remained armed.

The Founders of America were educated in the classic written histories of our civilization. In fact President Adams and Jefferson among others, studied in numerous languages; Latin, Greek, French, Italian, and Hebrew to name a few of the dozens of languages they read in.

Thomas Jefferson, the most prolific reader of books and letter writer of the Founders, kept copies of all his letters to and from his correspondents. His personal library was so extensive that it is the foundation of our Library of Congress. His letters have been assembled, typed and bound into large volumes. The result is far larger than a couple of sets of encyclopedias. His letters of correspondence were even in several languages. The copies of his own letters … Read More

5 Most Influential Law Enforcement People in History

Narrowing down the list of famous law enforcement leaders to the 5 most influential people in law enforcement history is difficult. Many people have influenced law enforcement around the world since the ancient Egyptian and Greek societies. The following men, however, may be 5 of the most recognizably influential people from the recent law enforcement history of the United States:

Eugene Biscailuz: As the 27th Sherriff of Los Angeles County in 1932, Biscailuz was instrumental in a variety of revolutionary changes in California law enforcement that were influential around the nation. He founded the California Highway Patrol among other things.

Bill Bratton: This former New York City Police Commissioner oversaw huge reductions in crime rates in New York City in the 1990s, which many people say Rudi Giuliani took credit for before firing him. Bratton, also a former Boston Police Commissioner, went on to serve as the chief of police … Read More

5 Most Influential Law Enforcement Individuals In History

Over the past few weeks, I’ve had to make important edits to my second e book, “The Next Wave of Applied sciences.” In doing so, I’ve been protecting in thoughts Melvin Kranzberg’s six laws of technology. I really feel as if these new “styles” of violence-mobbing, stalking (stalking laws were not handed till I used to be in school!), swatting, cyberstalking, online harassment-if the police don’t discover a way to change with the occasions, alter to these new crimes and discover a technique to fight them, the police will lose this battle and crime will management our neighborhoods-precisely what the police are complaining that they are making an attempt to stop.

For instance, within the Law of Federal Republic of Nigeria, identical sex marriage will not be permitted but in United States of America, the Law of the country permits such. Robert: I’m personally unaware of any society where the … Read More

Tribal, Private, Or Government? Museums And The Narrative Of Native History

Public administration deals with the group of government insurance policies and packages and the conduct of officers who’re liable for this conduct. 7. WRAP-UP: CONFESSIONS ABOUT OUR CONFEDERATION: You might be writing a front-page newspaper article trying to clarify to Americans the way in which their new government works. I want to pay a researcher $four hundred,000 to find out why gay males in Argentina have any relevancy in anyway to American foreign policy goals.

Globalization created low cost labor in different nations , primarily utilizing children and in some nations the government forced people to work for these American firms. The money which the government is for use to create jobs for the plenty is utilized in creating employment for the residents of different nations by having money of Africans frozen in foreign banks by political money embezzlement.

I think our Congress would work better for the individuals who … Read More