Maud Gonne, pilgrim soul

Maud Gonne was not only a symbol of the independence of Ireland (despite being born in England), but through the poems that W.B. Yeats has become a mythical figure. And yet, it was much more, he was an extraordinary person of flesh and blood. She often suffered disappointments, but was…

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Governments can generate huge savings with better management

McKinsey believes he has come up with the formula so that citizens can benefit from the transformations of their governments. Many government services do not meet the growing expectations of their citizens, which contributes to public discontent. In this report, it predicts that governments around the world could save $…

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The failure of the education system

Something fails miserably in the education system when, after about 20 years of receiving teachings from primary school until the end of a career, a student more than brilliant is unable to differentiate superstition reality. And the most palpable case has just been known in Lugo. […] And the most…

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Cordovan Carmen Calvo, vice president of the Government

I was in all the pools and the predictions have been fulfilled. Carmen Calvo (Cabra, 1957) will be the new Vice President of the Government presided over by Pedro Sánchez, according to what she announced on Monday night, La Sexta Noticias. The country has been part of the hard core…

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Generosity as an economic premise

Financial markets have nothing to do with generosity or social welfare. They are investment instruments whose short-term profitability is directly proportional to the risk of loss. They are governed, solely and exclusively, by pure Greed. Instead of facilitating investment mechanisms in relation to productive and beneficial activities for society as…

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