Monthly Archives: October 2017

The Spanish Reformation (II)

Good afternoon, While Article 1 of the Spanish Constitution states that the national sovereignty resides with the people, the reality is somewhat different. First of all, the Senate is intended to represent territories such as provinces or groups of Islands. … Continue reading

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The Spanish Reformation

Good morning, The Catalan crisis has been an eye opener. For starters, the traditional news media are much more deserving of Trump’s scorn than one might have thought possible. Perhaps because of the undeniable visual impact of riot police in … Continue reading

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