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The Rapid Downfall of ISB’s The Break

By Michael Teoh (International School of Beijing)

A dull front page picture and the wrong year indicate some of the problems The Break holds

The International School of Beijing’s (ISB) student newspaper, The Break, is suffering an internal crisis, with only 11 student reporters still contributing to the cause. 226 more words

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Australia’s mineral investment boom running out of luck

The Australian minerals boom appears to have peaked, as commodity prices eased back after 2011 and investment has begun to taper.

Currently there are 37 mineral resource projects in Australia, worth around A$33 billion in total, which have funding committed.  809 more words

Iron Ore

A Failure of Due Process in Texas

This is by op-ed contributor Scott Martelle in the Los Angeles Times. The lack of transparency in the recent execution of Tommy Sells was a failure of due process and a violation of the 8th Amendment.   144 more words

Texas

I Do The Time For His Crime

Hello. My name is Karin and I am a survivor of Narcissist Abuse.

It is three and one half months since I implemented full “No Contact”. 1,075 more words

Personal Thoughts

Michael Bloomberg Thinks He's Buying His Way into Heaven with Gun Control Effort

Michael Bloomberg actually thinks he’s going to heaven

Former New York Mayor and billionaire anti-gun activist Michael Bloomberg revealed a strange motivation for his campaign for gun control as well as against smoking and obesity. 469 more words

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A hundred years of a town

“Near the end of One Hundred years of Solitude a character finds a parchment manuscript in which the history of his family had been recorded “one hundred years ahead of time” by an old gypsy.

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