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Bloomberg’s interview with Buffet July 14 2011

“How fast the recovery will come, I don’t know. I see nothing that indicates any kind of a double dip.”

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36 Days 9 Hours to Hell!

The jobs that will be created for the reconstruction and rebuilding of Japan is one (long term) benefit that will result from this unfortunate earthquake, but its hard to envision Japan’s revival in the midst of their worst crisis since World War II.

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British town’s senior citizens oppose sister-city plans with Okayama town

Hitler proclaimed the superiority of his Aryan race, Japan, with all do respect believed it was there define duty to subjugate the barbarians. Religious fanatics marter themselves in the name of their god. Each nation imagines itself more superior, better and prouder then the others. So the nations of the world continue to be loggerheads. Strife prevails. Peace is just a dream.

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Imani Alert: So why all the Fuss about Ghana’s 2011 Budget?

In our present context, what are needed are signs that the government intends to embark on a rationalisation of its expenditure through greater specialisation in those areas that improve upon its capacity to enhance citizens’ welfare and lubricate wealth-creation. Rather than tax the citizenry to its knees, the government ought to find more creative means to divest itself of some of the responsibilities it has historically performed abysmally.

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Everything in life is cyclical

Today, almost a year later, formidable advances have been made: a large majority of people of voting age now detain a voter’s registration card. This has been a particularly amazing feat when you consider that there are no roads in the majority of the country.

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