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Bhekuzulu Khumalo
Bhekuzulu Khumalo has studied economics learning that mathematics behaves differently according to spatial dimensions, transdimensional mathematics. Khumalo writes on freedom and liberty, both of which the world needs more of. Bhekuzulu Khumalo has written Fundamental Theory of Knowledge and is working on his first fictional book

Income inequality: It’s liberty or exacerbated inequality

WASHINGTON, March 24, 2014 — Lawrence Summers, a powerful voice in the bank bailouts, recently stated, “it is not enough to identify policies that would...

Venezuela: Liberty calling as protests against Maduro increase

WASHINGTON, March 4, 2014 — Venezuela is at odds with itself. Everybody is blaming everybody else in Venezuela for the economic problems the country...
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Snowden’s revelations spur quest for security

In the not too distant future, citizens are going to demand more security, make the NSA work to get into private citizens emails.

Keystone pipeline: Is it time?

WASHINGTON, February 12,2014 — The U.S. State Department released an executive summary last week concerning the proposed Keystone XL pipeline that would run from the...

World Economic Forum (WEF) at Davos 2014: Dangerous conceit

DAVOS, Switzerland, February 2, 2014 — Klaus Schwab, the executive chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF), welcomed attendees at the annual WEF meeting in...

Rise Egypt and take your seat at the freedom table

Article 53 of the new Egyptian constitution says, “Citizens are equal before the law; they are equal in rights, freedoms and general duties.
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Edward Snowden: Government intrusion and free markets

Edward Snowden has revealed the government's ongoing intrusion into our lives suggesting that we are in a world of ‘big government,’ rather than a true free market society where ideas thrive.

Rand Paul, Mitch McConnell and economic free zones: Dealing with hypocrisy of the system

you cannot support doctrine of serfdom and freedom at the same time
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Ted Cruz: Political Passions – misdirected rant or voice for liberty

Senator Ted Cruz said before the government shutdown, “How I would characterize my views, are that I think the United States should be a clarion voice for liberty, that we should speak against oppression, against tyranny and for freedom.”

Obama Letter to G20 Makes Simple Economic Logic

In the letter, Obama rightly or wrongly called for China to let its currency float more, to reflect what Obama believes would be the currencies true value

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1978 Acid Parties, The Underground, and Jari Georgia Gurl Four of...

Chance encounters and a raging acid party lead to Gurl Four and a new phase of life at the legendary Boston punk nightclub The Underground.