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The Coltons Point Times: Wall Street Greed to Propel Progressive …

As Wall Street greed continues to manipulate the stock markets for the sole purpose of generating even more wealth for the wealthy, the result should be a dire consequence to the wealthy, and brokers who feed the insatiable …

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What the AAP has in common with Occupy Wall Street and the Arab …

The Aam Admi Party's (AAP) stunning victory in the Delhi election must be seen in the context of the last five years of mounting street protests across the world that have sought either to dislodge dictators or challenged the …

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The more paranoid you are about surveillance, the scarier Citizenfour gets. Director Laura Poitras had directed two documentaries on the war on terror; she relocated to Berlin to avoid interrogation every time she crossed the U.S. border.

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Millionaire Wheel

Millionaire Wheel is a fun and exciting game with English phrases. Spin the wheel and pick the right letter to collect highest points…

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Capitalist winds expose the spiritual void

In 1976, Daniel Bell published a book called "The Cultural Contradictions of Capitalism". Bell argued that capitalism undermines itself because it nurtures a population of ever more self-gratifying consumers.

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Shinzo Abe tours the world to sell Japan's success story, nurture ties

The effort underscores his government’s commitment to build international support as Japan wrangles with China over territorial disputes .

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Marx for the millennials

How will we know when there is true capitalism? When the capitalist figures out how to make money without employing anybody! Jokes apart, there are basically two laws of capitalism. One says the ratio of capital stock to income for any country is equal to the ratio of savings to growth in income.

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French economist's book on inequality tops Amazon list

French economist's book on inequality tops Amazon list

French economist Thomas Piketty's book on income inequality soared Tuesday to the top of online retailer Amazon's best sellers. Already running in Amazon's top 100 since the English version, "Capital in the Twenty-First Century," was released last month, Piketty's book climbed past hit books like "Frozen", "Game of Thrones" and "Heaven is for Real, which has been on the list from 28 months …

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Economic recovery increases PM Cameron's political capital

By Guy Faulconbridge and Andrew Osborn LONDON (Reuters) – Prime Minister David Cameron may be close to pulling off one of the most significant feats of his premiership: delivering a sol…

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British prosecutor sets high hurdle for company plea-bargaining

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s top prosecutor, which faces an uphill struggle to improve its chances of nailing corporate fraudsters, has laid out tough guidelines for companies seeking to avoid court with …

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