Monthly Archives: July 2021

If it Bleeds, it still Leads

As expected, the Spanish PM has reshuffled his cabinet. Gone are his loyal and ideologically orthodox, albeit generally incompetent and in some cases, even possibly corrupt, advisors. In with the new, out with the old quite literally as the new … Continue reading

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The Truman Show

It is a rare occurrence nowadays for a politician to address a pressing problem candidly. Thus, when José Luis Escrivá, the Spanish Social Security Minister, stated the obvious in a TV interview, namely that baby boomers will have to work … Continue reading

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