What is your current plan for combatting domestic violence?
APNU Presidential Candidate David Granger
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My plan is to ensure that the education system is reformed to deal with this.
Now that Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez has publicly conceded that he has cancer — after his regime had accused independent media of being “agents of imperialism” for speculating that his prolonged stay in Cuba was due to a serious illness — here are three scenarios of what may happen in Venezuela.
Hot Momma’s Advice: If you don’t use it, you lose it! Just because school has ended, doesn’t mean learning stops.
Within 24 to 48 hours after learning new concepts, children begin to forget the information unless it is reinforced or applied immediately.
Here is the next question I posed to the three main presidential candidates on women’s issues. I view this question to be especially telling in how much we can expect the candidate to protect the young girls of the nation.
I support the basic idea of Mr Rajendra Rampersaud’s letter on total factor productivity (SN June 15). I cannot argue against Mr Rampersaud’s letter, except to note that I have some technical differences with respect to what can determine per capita income growth in the early stages of a country’s development.
Speaking about the Middle East to the British parliament a few weeks ago, President Obama echoed a long list of political observers when he contended that we must not expect those in power to relinquish it without some resistance.
By Harold James
PRINCETON – How the mighty International Monetary Fund has fallen. More than a decade ago, the French magazine Paris Match carried a picture of the Fund’s then Managing Director, Michel Camdessus, with the title: “The Most Powerful Frenchman in the World.” Today, his successor, Dominique Strauss-Kahn (DSK), handcuffed and grave in ubiquitous front-page photos, is the most humiliated Frenchman in the world.