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Ubaldo Enrique Jimenez Torres

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Ubaldo Enrique Jimenez Torres | March 25, 2013 | Voces
B A Paramadvaiti Swami

No somos este cuerpo

B A Paramadvaiti Swami | March 25, 2013 | Voces
El cuerpo es el conjunto de órganos, huesos y fluidos cubierto de piel y dentro del cual se encuentra usted, el Alma. El cuerpo no es su verdadera identidad, más aún si tenemos en cuenta que ahora se pueden conseguir reemplazos para casi todas las partes del cuerpo humano, incluido el corazón. Entonces, ¿qué le hace pensar que usted es el cuerpo, o los tejidos del cerebro o cualquier otra parte del cuerpo? ¿Qué es lo que realmente somos?
Bill Destler

U.S. Energy Independence: A Step in the Wrong Direction?

Bill Destler | March 25, 2013 | Green
We need to do more than just reduce our dependence on oil and gas imported from abroad. We need to reduce our dependence on these fuels, period. True American energy leadership can only be shown by working toward the rapid development of sustainable energy sources.
Lucy Cooper

Entrepreneurship in Education

Lucy Cooper | March 25, 2013 | Impact
True pioneers, innovators and disrupters exist not so much in the safe, established industry, but on the periphery -- in companies which are trying to deliver a product to service a challenge, new focus, or gap in the market that has barely begun to exist.
Ben Thomas

New Facts and Old Habits: How Your Brain Sculpts Your Memories

Ben Thomas | March 25, 2013 | Science
How do our brains get rid of information we think is "useless" -- and why does that label seem to apply to more information the older we get? A new study offers some tantalizing clues.
Dave Pruett

Science's Sacred Cows (Part 3): Determinism

Dave Pruett | March 25, 2013 | Science
Today we ring the death knell for determinism, the collateral damage of two revolutionary scientific developments of the 20th century. Let's review them in reverse historical order.
Irene Monroe

Obama Linking Selma to Stonewall Divides the Black Community

Irene Monroe | March 25, 2013 | Gay Voices
Some African Americans felt "dissed" by the president's speech. The linkage of their civil rights struggle with that of LGBTQ Americans did nothing to quell their dislike of the comparison. For them, the fact that it was spoken by this president made it sting more.
Stephanie Fairyington

From THE SLANT: Novelist John Reed Paves the Way for Repentant Book Critics

Stephanie Fairyington | March 25, 2013 | Books
Novelist John Reed, the 43-year-old son of renowned New York City artists David Reed and Judy Rifka, grew up among tall ceilings and long windows in the spacious lofts of 1970s TriBeCa, then a shabby bohemia burning with creativity.
Galit Breen

Global Travel: Teaching Americans to Think Outside of Themselves

Galit Breen | March 25, 2013 | Impact
7 continents. 40 countries. 500,000 alumni. More than 20,000 ambassadors traveling annually. That's what People to People is about.
Carol Pierson Holding

Wind to Lead Phase-Out of Energy Subsidies?

Carol Pierson Holding | June 10, 2013 | Green
What galls Energy Policy Expert Fred Hewitt is that energy subsidies have been a fixture of American policy since the dawn of the fossil fuel era, and yet lawmakers refuse to make subsides for wind anywhere near permanent.

When Business and Ethics Collide: Yoga Journal vs. Hyatt Boycott

Intent | March 25, 2013 | Business
As hundreds of yogis scurried through Hyatt last Thursday, a small group of impassioned hotel workers joined their voices just a few strides away in protest against Hyatt hotel chain where the Yoga Journal Conference was being held.
Jeanne Kelly

Credit Fitness for 2013

Jeanne Kelly | January 23, 2013 | Business
It's the new year. It's time for a new you. Remember that your credit health is equally as important so make sure you create and follow through on resolutions for healthier credit.
John Lopez

Sundance Diary - Days 4 and 5 - The Spectacular Now, Stoker and Before Midnight

John Lopez | March 25, 2013 | Los Angeles
As your time in Park City stretches on, you enter a sort of cinematic fatigue where all the films you've seen start blending into one gigantic bowl of indie chow mein. When you do get some sleep, the good films rise to the surface of your snow-battered consciousness.
Wilfredo Amr Ruiz

El viaje inconcluso del presidente Obama

Wilfredo Amr Ruiz | March 25, 2013 | Voces
Obama selectivamente olvidó que su viaje seguirá igualmente incompleto mientras su promesa de hace cuatro años de cerrar el centro de detención en Guantánamo, Cuba no sea cumplida. Allí aún residen 166 reos; algunos de los cuales, tras más de una década presos y hasta torturados, no reciben audiencia de tipo alguno. Aún peor, algunos siguen detenidos a pesar de haber sido exonerados.
Dorie Clark

5 Ways to Develop Positive Media Relationships

Dorie Clark | April 21, 2015 | Media
As a former journalist, I'm always amazed at the misconceptions some professionals have about the best way to interact with reporters. Sure, they're after a good story -- but (unless you're running for president) they're not bloodsuckers out to humiliate you or extract state secrets.
Chris Weigant

Handicapping Obama's Second Term Agenda

Chris Weigant | March 25, 2013 | Politics
Obama, like all second-term presidents, will only have a short window of time to push his issues. Which is why he is right to push his agenda immediately, as evidenced by his inaugural speech. However, while Obama has a lot of political capital right now, that could easily change soon.
Robert Bullen

A Flat Yet Fascinating Other Desert Cities at Goodman

Robert Bullen | March 25, 2013 | Chicago
It's not hard to understand why Jon Robin Baitz's Other Desert Cities is such an effective play. This award-winning compact family drama addresses the notions of deception, trust, loyalty, privacy and integrity using a deliciously straightforward setup.
Bill Haines

It's Obama's Turn

Bill Haines | March 25, 2013 | Canada Alberta
Obama knows the U.S. deficit is unsustainable and the U.S. debt is a huge problem. But it's Obama's turn and the Republicans should let Obama deal with these problems as best he can. With terrorism making the world such a dangerous place, now is not the time for Republicans to shut down the U.S. government over the debt ceiling.
Donald Charette

Un oeil au beurre noir

Donald Charette | March 25, 2013 | Canada Quebec
La commission Charbonneau a péché en ne filtrant pas suffisamment le témoignage du témoin Dumont. Elle a péché à nouveau en ne réagissant pas immédiatement quand ce dernier a fait des révélations inattendues, aux lourdes conséquences. L'impression que l'on garde, c'est que la commission, furieuse, a décidé d'enfoncer Martin Dumont publiquement, en le faisant parader à la reprise de ses travaux. Mal lui en pris, parce que, ce faisant, elle a ouvert la porte à la coriace avocate Suzanne Gagné.
Juan José Solis Delgado

MéxicoPolítico: Florence Cassez,de vuelta a casa

Juan José Solis Delgado | March 25, 2013 | Voces
En una resolución absolutamente inesperada, la Suprema Corte de Justicia de Nación dio libertad inmediata a la ciudadana francesa Florence Cassez. ¡Por fin se hizo justicia!