By TheRundownLive Miles Kristan | The Rundown Live Walking the Streets of Madison, Wisconsin, Miles asks people a simple yet complex question: What Makes You Happy? The post What Makes You Happy appeared first… The post What Makes You Happy appeared first on bigpzone.com
Argentina er endnu engang gået bankerot. Historien fortæller dog intet om den primære årsag til bankerotten – at Argentina har gældsat sig i amerikanske dollars og dermed været underlagt en mindre gruppe amerikanske bankers rentefastsættelse på deres statsgæld.
Jack Herer – the unseen footage, is the first of the SensiBilisation series. This series, presented by Sensi Seeds gets off to a flying start with a number of episodes featuring never before seen footage of Jack Herer, who travelled to the Netherlands in 1990 to visit his good friend Ben Dronkers.
Sea Shepherds flagship vessel, The Steve Irwin, has successfully patrolled on eight Antarctic whale defence campaigns and sailed around the world twice in defence of our oceans. She has had concussion grenades thrown at her, she has been rammed by the illegal whale poachers from Japan and she has even been trapped in the ice in defence of the whales.
Gazans face humanitarian crisis as Israeli bombardments continue As Israel continues it aerial and ground attacks on Gaza, humanitarian crisis is worsening in this tiny coastal enclave. Life is getting harder for Palestinians not only because of the offensive… From: PressTV News Videos Views: 1 0 ratings Time: 01:57 More in News & Politics
Today at 6pm in Dublin!! This event is for everyone who wishes to express their condolences and show their horror at what is being done to the people in Gaza. It is also a means for people to show the Irish government that they do not represent the vast majority of Irish people in their shameful decision to abstain from a UN resolution to call for an investigation into Israel’s war crimes in Gaza, and indeed all of Palestine. Spread the word and please attend!
Thursday, July 31, 2014 The Israeli assault on the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip has entered its fourth week. This military attack, waged by land, sea and air, has been going on longer than the devastating assault in 2008-2009, which killed more than 1,400 Palestinians. The death toll in this current attack is at least 1,300, overwhelmingly civilians.
Thursday, July 31, 2014 In my many years documenting and critiquing the overblown claims of free trade proponents about the supposedly self-regulating, efficiency-promoting, mutually benefiting effects of globalization, I’ve encountered some real doozies. (My PhD dissertation consisted of a critique of the theoretical and empirical basis of neoclassical CGE trade models, and the construction of quantitative models based on alternative theoretical foundations; I’ve never been able to lock up that nerdy side of my personality ever since!) The more troubled the global economy becomes, despite (or because of) decades of free trade medicine, the more rose-coloured are the predictions of the gains expected from the next free trade deal. The promised gains from trade are always just aroun A CETA without ISDS is certainly better than one with it. And the blow to the credibility and legitimacy of this very negative feature of globalization is welcome and helpful. read more