FLASCOFacultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (Spanish)
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Daniel Pou, a researcher in civil-military affairs at the Facultad Latinoamercana de Ciencias Economicas (FLASCO), said border guards are frequently accused of participating in the trafficking of immigrants.
The Detroit flasco also marked the first time a French official mistakenly proclaimed the end of the Fox nation.
representatives were actually talking along those lines with the Israelis and Iranians in the fall of 1985, when "some puzzling cable traffic" sucked up by the eavesdropping National Security Agency accidentally crossed his desk.) Weinberger places the burden of blame for the whole extraconstitutional flasco the "only major serious error of [Reagan's] long career of public service"solely on the shoulders of National Security Adviser Robert McFarlane, a strange, indrawn, moody ...
The stories it broke or covered in ways the establishment press wouldn't included such disturbing ones as the flasco at the Rouing Stones' mammoth Altamont outdoor concert, which included the murder of a spectator by a Hell's Angel (Wenner insisted on pursuing the story despite his staff's exhausted depression and consequent desire to minimize coverage), the Manson family massacres, the Kent State killings, the kidnapping of Patty Hearst, Mel Lyman's mindlessly violent cult, Thompson's Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas' " the McGovern campaign, the death of Karen Silkwood and the investigation of Kerr McGee.
What didn't was the paradox behind the Alameda rationing flasco - the fact that, given the present state of public health in the nation, rationing is both politically unspeakable and a daily reality.