Brazil Election Showdown As Far-Right Candidate Leads Polls News 

Brazil Election Showdown As Far-Right Candidate Leads Polls

Brazil’s presidential election heads to the second round with Jair Bolsonaro, a controversial far-right candidate leading the polls. Bolsonaro won a crowded first round with 46 % of the vote, just shy of the 50 % + 1 threshold needed to be elected in the first round. Fernando Haddad, a member of the left-wing Worker’s Party, finished in second with 29 percent. The Worker’s party has won every single election since 2002 when Luiz Inacio da Silva, popularly known as ‘Lula’, was first elected. This is due to Lula’s popularity…

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The Stranger Arts 

The Stranger

He came in my life at my darkest hour   When the man who promised to stand by me who made feeble promises to hold me in the dark and protect me from the dangers of the world left, without a word or clue I do not know why to this day It was very windy that day and I did not have much on I was wearing his favorite dress dusty rose and pair of white slippers but he never showed My dress gathered dirt my make up smudged…

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The Success Story of Kevin O’Leary Features 

The Success Story of Kevin O’Leary

Kevin O’Leary, or often known as “Mr. Wonderful,” is a venture capitalist on the television shows Dragons’ Den and Shark Tank, and he co-founded the company O’Leary Funds and the software company SoftKey. Starting from a young age, he was always learning about sales and the art of business from his family. At six years old, it was discovered that he had dyslexia. After seeking help from specialists, O’Leary says he learned how to focus more on his strengths. However, he also figured out at the age of fifteen, while…

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Philosophy of an Ethical History Features 

Philosophy of an Ethical History

History will have to be justified. We cannot go on teaching the same humdrum, plain-vanilla, without an explanation, or justification. We will need to know if history can ever do good, and by what criteria we are to judge its success. There are some things we know that history cannot exist in the sake of. Yet it is “in the sake of” them anyway. It should not be our source of pride or solidarity. The nature of these two powers is to eliminate reflection. “Solidarity” only entails groupthink, and “pride”…

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Clubs Day Campus 

Clubs Day

The tables in the cafeteria were put aside for the space used by the club tables. There was a lot of student chatter on the 19th of September because it was Clubs Day! The Anime, Chess, Drama, and many other clubs were there. The Christian Club gave out candy and sweet bread. All the clubs were there to promote and obtain members using a sheet that typically had the student’s name and the student’s number. The newspaper and other clubs got many signatures on their lists. It looks like the…

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