In the last 25 years, however, some women bear a certain resentment towards this luck. They talk about the 50.4 percent of males as if they were evil, concentrating power and privilege. This is the Oxfam version of feminism.
In its beginnings in the middle of the 19th century, different feminist movements claimed, quite fairly, that men and women should have the same rights, obligations, and opportunities.
Defending freedom of speech and being tolerant involves, for example, if you are a homosexual, not asking for punishment or fines for those who think your sexual orientation is deviant. Being tolerant involves recognizing the rights and freedoms, including the freedom of speech, of those who do not share your own values or don’t approve of your lifestyle.
Their decision is understandable: the shortage of goods in Venezuela, which led them to cross the border in the first place, is not a sustainable way to live.
Additionally, Venezuela’s inflation has reached exorbitant figures, its entire production apparatus now in ruins.
Gary Johnson has already received his first real Congressional backer, Virginia Representative Scott Rigell.
Jeb Bush has already claimed to be part of the “Never Trump” movement. The former Republican Governor of Florida released a statement on his Facebook page in May in which he addressed the issues that concerned him regarding a potential Trump presidency and how he will not vote for either Donald Trump nor Hillary Clinton. Instead, he said he “will support principled conservatives at the state and federal levels.”
“For Republicans, there is no greater priority than ensuring we keep control of both chambers of Congress,” he said.
Around 1:00 am on Wednesday, the senators voted 59 to 21 to charge Rousseff, whom they already suspend from her post in May, with violating budgetary laws.
The vote kickstarts Rousseff’s final trial, scheduled for the end of August. A two-thirds majority (54 votes) is required to strip her of her mandate as president, and the opposition claims they have more than enough legislators on their side.
Should Rousseff be removed, the remainder of the mandate, which expires in 2019, would be completed by Vice President Michel Temer, who so far has replaced the suspended president.
During the first half of 2015, the Venezuelan Observatory for Social Conflict (OVCS) registered no fewer than 132 incidents of looting or attempted looting at various stores throughout the country. In addition, Venezuelan consumers staged over 500 protests that condemned the lack of available products at state-run grocery stores, markets, and pharmacies.
Entrepreneurs complained about unpunished blocked highways and streets in eight states of the Mexican Republic, the most affected being Oaxaca, Michoacan, Guerrero and Mexico City.
Rivera used a US $2-million apartment in Cabo Vizcaya south of Miami Beach that is owned by Pierdant Group, a company that seeks to obtain contracts with Peña Nieto’s party to reshape national ports, according to reports.
The scandal has forced Rivera to disclose her assets.
In a November 2014 video, the first lady admitted to having an apartment in Miami.
What, exactly, is “monetary policy” about? Why is there such a thing at all? What should we want to accomplish by it — and what should we not try to accomplish? By what means, exactly, are monetary authorities able to perform their duties, and to what extent must they exercise discretion in order to perform them? Finally, what part might private-market institutions play in promoting monetary stability, and how might they be made to play it most effectively?