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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
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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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Death and the Limelight: The tragedy of “Gurl Nineteen” Ruth Polsky

Ruth Polsky was responsible for giving many post punk bands their first taste of America, including The Smiths, New Order, Echo and the Bunnymen, and Cocteau Twins.