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Social Media: Americas

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for the Americas Region

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Education a failure in most countries
Public and private education in Latin America is a proven disaster, despite the fact that the percentage of investment in this subject, in relation to the GDP, is three points greater than the percent... Read More...


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Stingy Sam
Although the Asian tsunami was the result of a massive earthquake for which nobody on this planet is to blame, the United Nations still found a way. By Hal Linsey. (WorldNetDaily, 12/30/2004) Read More...


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Nuclear Brazil Is Hiding Something. But What?
Brazil remains an excellent candidate to be a nuclear power, considering the availability of uranium, skilled personnel and the enrichment facility technology that it appears to possess. By Claudia P... Read More...


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In Brazil Fat Compensations May Be Legal, But They Sure Are Immoral
The government, while diligently compensating the bandits who once wanted to install a communist dictatorship in the country, is far from being preoccupied in paying what is owed to citizens that are ... Read More...


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Left-leaning intellectuals, voters and their values
It has long been suspected that the academic world leans to the left. Proof has just emerged that this assumption is correct. By Carlos Alberto Montaner (Firmas Press, 11/30/2004) Read More...


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