Olga Ramos
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Euro Zone Crisis 2012: Spain Needs Shared Sacrifice When Implementing Austerity Measures

As Spanish miners take to the streets of Madrid to protest austerity, is more austerity what Spain really needs right now? The answer is yes, but it should not burden only the Spanish workers.

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Muslim Brotherhood Win in Egypt is Disastrous for Women and Democracy

The Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated Freedom and Justice Party has won the Egyptian elections. Here's how it happened, and why it shouldn't have.
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U.S. Green Card Lottery Scam Proves the Immigration Process is Anything but Fair

A personal account about the unfair nature of the annual U.S. green card lottery system. The whole thing is a scam.

Summer Vacations 2012: 10 Places You Should Visit (and Avoid) in 2012

Since summer is around the corner, here there are 5 countries and places you should see and 5 sites you should avoid visting in 2012.
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Teen Girl Forced to Marry Her Rapist in Morocco

Women's rights and freedom has been stricken again, after judge pressures an underage girl to marry the man that raped her. Corrupted Moroccan criminal code should be changed.
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Hugo Chavez May Be Dying, But His Authoritarian Brand is Spreading

After taking over Spain's YPF oil company, Argentina's president Cristina Fernandez is looking more and more like Hugo Chavez.

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Legalize Marijuana Movement Stands Up Against Weed Ban in Netherlands

New Dutch law makes marijuana illegal for everyone except Dutch citizens -- this plan will only increase crime and decrease tourism.
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Invisalign Preys on Your Insecurity to Sell You a Product That Doesn't Work

Invisalign takes advantage of people who stress out too much about their looks. The problem? It simply does not work.
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Victims from Spanish Train Bombing Should Never Be Forgotten

Spain's current enormous economical, political, and social crises seems to make people forget to respect their fellow citizens who died in the March 2004 terrorist attacks.