“If we were to see this metric in any other part of the world, we would dismiss that place as one of great poverty, as a violator of human rights, as a predatory government that exploits its people,” Ms. Roy said.
Many have speculated on what he meant by his anachronistic tweet, as there is no text included to clarify. Perhaps it was simply his need to remain relevant that day?
Businesses paid their employees 12 percent more in the last quarter from a year earlier, but profits were up 37 percent, so price increases more than covered their increased costs.
“We win! We win!” Castro, Honduras’ former first lady who is making her third presidential run. “Today the people have made justice. We have reversed authoritarianism.”
A “symbol of inequality” sort of comes with the territory when you start dating a billionaire, defend his illegal union-busting, and yet still claim to have a vision for an egalitarian utopia.
Socialists Capture Resounding Victory In Venezuelan Elections Despite US-Backed Destabilization Efforts
“We must remain on this pathway of participation; we are a people that are not willing to surrender in the face of unilateral coercive measures by the United States government,” Viscaya emphasized.
“These doctors and nurses are killing people and blaming us,” Locke boldly claimed while providing zero evidence. “I ain’t playing with these bunch of demons!”
Research shows that well over two-thirds of low-wage workers have been the victims of wage theft, and most victims never sue or complain to government officials.
The $LGB website explains that the “Let’s Go Brandon” crypto is not a “s**t coin” but instead, it is a “coin that symbolizes the silent majority.”
A North Korean state-run website points out that the series spotlights South Korea as a capitalist country where “corruption and immoral scoundrels are commonplace.”