Sunday , 24 June 2018

How Juan Perón’s Left Populism Destroyed Argentina’s Economy

How Juan Perón’s Left Populism Destroyed Argentina’s Economy

Since I called Trump a big-government Republican during the 2016 campaign and just condemned his capitulation to a spendaholic budget deal, it goes without saying that I’m not a h ...

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The communist magic

The communist magic

LA RAZÓN SPAIN - One of the most remarkable efforts of prestidigitation in the world of ideas has been and continues being the communist propaganda. The first thing the communists ...

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Reflections after the papal visit to Chile and Peru

Reflections after the papal visit to Chile and Peru

Given, that knowledge has the characteristic of provisionality subject to refutations in an evolutionary context, debate, criticism and self - criticism are essential for progress ...

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Ricardo López Murphy: “Gradualism is much more expensive than an initial correction”

Ricardo López Murphy: “Gradualism is much more expensive than an initial correction”

INFOBAE - The former Minister of Economy for the Alliance, Ricardo Lopez Murphy, analyzed the sharp drop in share prices in Argentina and the world in recent weeks, along with a p ...

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The failure of public education in Argentina: no responsibility, no quality

The failure of public education in Argentina: no responsibility, no quality

PANAMPOST - I start this column with a very unfriendly phrase or, as they say now, politically incorrect: "Tell me how many public schools a country has and I will tell you how mu ...

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Eradicate poverty, do not demolish wealth

Eradicate poverty, do not demolish wealth

By the time you finish reading this article, if you reach the end, about six hundred people from all over the world would have come out of poverty. In 1990 35% of the world popula ...

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Public policies in relation to slums.

Public policies in relation to slums.

The attention of poverty has a fundamental chapter in the improvement of the living conditions of the most deprived sectors. Although there is no strict correlation, it can be sai ...

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Bannon Down, Market Up Signals the Resurgence of Real American Populism

Bannon Down, Market Up Signals the Resurgence of Real American Populism

There were two big money-and-politics stories in the first week of the new year: The Dow Jones soared 577 points and Steve Bannon ended his political career. Are these two events ...

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A Populist Mexico?

A Populist Mexico?

  Ian Vazquez writes about the Mexican electoral campaign and the rise of populism in the country. Vazquez is the director of CATO Institute's Center for Liberty and Prosperi ...

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Catalonia’s Woes

Catalonia’s Woes

Ian Vazquez, director of the Cato Institute's center for Global Freedom and Prosperity, analyzes the effects of a possible Catalan independence.    Catalonia may be on the ve ...

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