Posts Tagged ‘Estados Unidos’

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Democracy or plutocracy?

Is the United States becoming aplutocracy? This is a legitimate question, since the influence of money in elections in that country is already overwhelming, and it may continue to increase due to a recent US Supreme Court decision (the McCutcheon case).

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The Commerce Clubs

Commerce has became a subject of bilateral and regional agreements that work like exclusive country clubs, where everyone wants to become a member. But at what cost are these memberships?

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Is Spraying Addictive?

Instead of once again spraying illegal crops, the government should rethink this issue and ask itself it has not fallen in to a very harmful addition. Pathological additions generate a growing need to consumer more substances that produce the desired effect less and less, and instead cause greater harm. But because of their dependence, the addict continues to consume at a great cost.

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Inequality

Mockingly, people used to say that middle class Latin Americans dreamed of being like the Americans from the United States, while the upper class dreamed of being like the Europeans.

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Intimacy in the Digital Age

Don’t let them persuade you that your privacy is worth less on the Internet. The general rule is that everyone has a right to intimacy, an abstract area reserved by the law for oneself, ones friends and family.

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The Statue of Liberty… Chained

The Statue of Liberty has traditionally been a symbol for immigrants to the United States, representing their arrival to a free country. But considering how rapidly the prison population has grown, the Statue of Liberty should now be displayed in chains.

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