Puerto Rico, Americas, USA, Life, Politics
Americas, Venezuela, Human Rights, Opinion, Politics
As Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito” continues to dominate the U.S. charts as one of the most successful Latin American songs in modern U.S. history, many people are watching the music video and finding themselves drawn into the cities and beaches of Puerto Rico.
Americas, USA, Asia-Pacific, Pakistan, Life, Politics
Sunday 16th of July. The Venezuelan people have decided to go and express their disagreement with Maduro’s administration through a local referendum, the Constituent National Assembly (ANC in Spanish) and their desire to go through an election process to reestablish the constitutional power in the country. For the government, it is an act of treason!
Americas, Venezuela, Human Rights, Life, Opinion, Politics
It was June 27th 2017, the Eid Day in Pakistan, when ex-US security contractor Raymond Davis launched his book under the title, “The Contractor” written with the help of a professional writer Storms Reback.
USA, Life, World, Editor's Choice
A few days ago, I was overwhelmed with the idea that my decisions were not mine anymore. I had this feeling of leaving my decision-making process to others, to chance and to some obscure strings that were pulling my life towards many different directions. I was not the owner of my future; my plans belonged to someone else.
Americas, USA, Politics
Children are exploited and harassed everywhere in the world, but we don’t even have to look far to find those horrific acts among us. As with everything in this twisted society, money and influence can cover up the worst things under our nose.
Americas, USA, Business, Life
President Trump is desperate to score any wins he can for his administration. He has signed many laws into effect at this point, but none that have any real positive impact on the average American citizen, with a majority of Trump’s actions being repeals of regulations passed during President Obama’s tenure.
Americas, Venezuela, Opinion, Politics
The complete recreational legalization of cannabis in Colorado was a surprise and a delight to many, so how has it panned out? In general, pretty damn well for Coloradans with fewer people in jail, more cash out in the economy, and more new jobs available.
There has been more news out of Venezuela; the so-called workers paradise so beloved by Salon, Voxx, and Bernie Sanders, at least until it started to collapse because Chavez’ socialist policies never made any sense.
Americas, Venezuela, Life, Opinion
Ever had pain that just didn’t go away with aspirin? Have you visited a doctor and asked for something to stop it? He probably prescribed you painkillers, and it helped a lot, but you have to be careful as doctors have been overprescribing drugs and misdiagnosing people for centuries to push brand-name drugs. They do this because they get paid by pharmaceutical companies, often causing drug epidemics. Read more
Imagine you suddenly live in a place where the sound of everybody’s speech has a strange music, a music you have never heard before and that does not ring any bell in your memory. Imagine you wake up and the sounds of the city do not match the ones you grew up with, the food you cook is nice but it just does not have that familiar taste you were so fond of. Even the air feels different, maybe hotter, maybe drier, maybe it does not smell like the ocean anymore. Welcome, you don’t live in Venezuela anymore, you live abroad.