Monthly Archives: January 2013

  1. Las Sucias Entrañas de la Política Española

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    30/01/2013 by Don Quijones

    En España estos días hay un claro olor a grasa de cerdo quemada en el aire. Y no viene de …
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  2. Is the UK About to Experience a Sharp Dose of Economic Reality?

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    25/01/2013 by Don Quijones

    IN the last three or four years, the U.K. has been a veritable island of economic peace and stability compared …
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  3. “Chorizo-gate”: The Seedy, Porcine Underbelly of Spanish Politics

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    20/01/2013 by Don Quijones

    In Spain these days there is a distinct smell of burning pig fat in the air. And it’s not coming …
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  4. The Slow, Quiet Death of the US Middle Class

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    14/01/2013 by Don Quijones

    Whether by design or not, the global financial crisis has set in motion a dramatic reengineering of Western civil society. …
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  5. What Have the Banks Ever Done For Us?

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    12/01/2013 by Don Quijones

    In a classic scene from Monty Python’s Life of Brian (posted below with Spanish and English subtitles), John Cleese’s character, …
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  6. A Radical Rethink of Our School System

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    08/01/2013 by Don Quijones

    “The current system of education was designed, conceived and structured for a different age. It was conceived in the intellectual …
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  7. Rule of Law vs. Law of Rule

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    07/01/2013 by Don Quijones

    The 7th January 2013 will likely go down as a great day for the world´s biggest banks. First, the leading …
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