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Revista Circus: El Auge del Capitalismo de Estado

Dinero, Poder y el Sueno Americano

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A girl pulls a tub of coal (1842). She is wearing a harness around her waist, to pull the heavy tub. The tunnel roof is supported by wooden 'pit-props'.

On-demand startup in mind? Success depends on these planning factors.

On-demand startup in mind? Success depends on these planning factors. | VentureBeat | Entrepreneur | by Parag Jain, Juggernaut

The Web Is Dead. Long Live the Internet

El origen del tráfico web en los EEUU

Kentucky coal mine Rand Paul does not believe in man-made global warming. He is opposed to cap-and-trade and called the it a scam conceived by "petty dictators" such as Hugo Chavez to end capitalism (as stated by Chavez). He supports coal mining in Kentucky and opposes using the EPA to enforce greenhouse emissions.

Juniper Ridge | Wilderness Fragrance Distillery | ot sure which Backpacker's Cologne is right for you? This sample kit contains four of our most beloved fragrances: the California coast’s Big Sur, the Sierra Nevada's Yuba River, the Mojave Desert's Caruthers Canyon, and the Pacific Northwest's Siskiyou. The four tiny elixir bottles in the kit come hand-twined to beautiful art cards depicting some of the aromatic flora used in the colognes.

Death Of The Dollar - Hidden Secrets Of Money Ep 3- Mike Maloney............ Published on Sep 24, 2013 More: http://HiddenSecretsOfMoney.com You may have heard stories on the news lately that suggest an international move away from the US Dollar is underway...but have you ever seen these events listed on a timeline?

Poverty Rate Hits New High In 2010, 46.2 million people in the U.S. were living in poverty. That was the largest number of people in America to fall into poverty in the 52 years that estimates have been published by the U.S. Census Bureau. Blacks and Latinos were among those who were hit the hardest. [click on this image to find a short clip and analysis about the high levels of economic inequality in the U.S.]