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http://foodiers-paradise.tumblr.com/ || Chocolate, Oreo and Peanut Butter Brownies original: http://foodgasm.tk/post/92816156014

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harekrishna108:

SHRI LAKSHMI NARASIMHA ॐ

harekrishna108:

SHRI LAKSHMI NARASIMHA ॐ

jakewi:

Like A Dream by DaveBrightwell

jakewi:

Like A Dream by DaveBrightwell

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Arthur Brooks, head of the American Enterprise Institute, a right-leaning think tank, remembers that when he was a boy, he would see images in National Geographic of children with distended bellies and flies in their eyes—in other words, kids living in pure, miserable poverty. 

But that kind of poverty, in which people live on less than $1 a day, has decreased by 80 percent since his childhood. And it wasn’t the UN, World Bank, or foreign aid that was responsible for that decline, he argues. He believes there are five explanations, which he laid out for an audience at the Aspen Ideas Festival, organized by the Aspen Institute and The Atlantic:

"Globalization, free trade, property rights, the rule of law, and innovative entrepreneurship, American style. It was the American free-enterprise system that started to spread around the world. They looked at you and said, ‘I want to have their life, their freedom, and their stuff, and they threw off their chains of poverty and tyranny.’"

http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2014/07/is-america-to-thank-for-the-global-decline-in-poverty/373858/

sapphire1707:

Path to Paradise | by blurrr001

sapphire1707:

Path to Paradise | by blurrr001

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Edith Cavell | by DiegoLapetinaPhotography

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Edith Cavell | by DiegoLapetinaPhotography

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Portait of Victoria (by robjdickinson)

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Portait of Victoria (by robjdickinson)

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