Milwaukee starting pitcher Yovani Gallardo is well aware of his struggles against the St. Louis Cardinals.
He simply doesn’t know how to correct the problem.
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The future of democracy in Russia will depend on the correct relationship between “people” and “power” — the two major elements constituting any society.
In a normal democratic society, political parties serve as focal points of public opinion, crystallizing different approaches and policies in their programs and actions.
Continue reading here: Russia’s civil society is key
Four years after the onset of the financial crisis — in March 2008 Bear Stearns was rescued from failure — we still lack a clear understanding of the underlying causes. Hundreds of studies and books have given us an increasingly detailed picture of what happened without conclusively answering why. Conventional wisdom has advanced competing theories: Wall Street types took too many risks, encouraged by lax government regulation; or, pro-homeownership policies eroded mortgage-lending standards and created the housing bubble.
Actually, both theories are correct — and neither is. It’s true that Wall Street took too many risks while government regulators watched passively; it’s also true that the government’s aggressive promotion of homeownership contributed to real estate speculation. But the fact that these theories are not mutually exclusive suggests that both were consequences of some larger cause. Just so.
Original post: Pinpointing the causes of the U.S. economic crisis
Prime minister says online campaign will correct “false impression” given by US group’s film that Uganda is in conflict.
Visit link: Uganda launches video to counter ‘Kony 2012′
Texas paternity law was recently changed regarding the need to correct paternity mistakes with DNA testing.
Read more here: Texas Paternity Fraud: I’m Not the Father So Why the Child Support?
Dennis Bergkamp claimed in the buildup to Arsenal’s Champions League tie against AC Milan that it was predictable, lacked characters and a winning mentality.
On the evidence of the 4-0 thumping by the Italians at San Siro, Arsenal’s heaviest loss in European competition since their debut in 1963, the former Invincibles understated their problems, though Bergkamp would have gained no satisfaction from being proven correct after the Gunners were not so much beaten but humiliated.
See the original post here: Arsenal paying the price for inaction