Federico Schiavio
Federico Schiavio
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Meet the Makers of Pentobarbital, the Drug Responsible For Lethal Injections in Texas

Is this Danish pharmaceutical company pursuing the eugenics agenda? You be the judge.

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Edward Snowden Might Be Traded For Arms Dealer Viktor Bout — Why the U.S.-Russia Trade Makes Sense

Russia is in a high-stakes diplomatic game versus the U.S., and may be considering exchanging Edward Snowden for arms dealer Viktor Bout.

17 Things You Never Knew You Could Do On the Internet

There are millions and millions of websites and web services available online. I sorted through some of the best ones, which allow you to do some pretty cool stuff.
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Democracy Won't "Save" Africa, the Chinese Will

While the West wrings its hands over scenes of drought and dead children and wants to “save” Ethiopia, the Chinese see a fast growing economy with 90 million consumers and business to be had.

Kentucky Derby 2013: Should Gambling Be Illegal?

What are the adverse effects of gambling? How does it affect society? Should gambling be illegal? Let's take a look at the reasons why gambling should NOT be illegal.
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40% Of Stock Trades Are Done Outside the Prying Eye Of Regulators

Is the free-flowing type of trading away from the prying eyes of regulators a good or a bad thing?

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War With North Korea: Korean Tensions Really Just Part Of Larger Arms Race

Kim Jong-un might think the ongoing Korean crisis is all about him ... but no one else does. Current tensions are the result of a regional race for supremacy between the U.S., Russia, and China.
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Cyprus Bank Crisis: Is Europe's Poison Pill Going to Cause a Rush For the Dollar?

The current crisis in Cyprus is part and parcel of the ongoing collapse of the euro zone. The good news: that's excellent for the U.S. dollar.