Kevin Dowd | Wednesday June 7, 2017 at 1:30 PM PDT | Comments Off on Jeremy Corbyn’s Hardcore Socialism Would Render Britain Destitute
Jeremy Corbyn’s socialist policies of state control, high spending, class warfare and punitive taxation have been tried in many countries. We know how these policies turn out and it is always the same: badly. As a starting point, he appointed a Stalinist as a key advisor, ignored warnings about Trot infiltration of the Labour...
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Tags: Argentina, British election, Communism, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, Great Britain, higher taxes, Hugo Chavez, Jeremy Corbyn, Julius Nyerere, Labor Unions, Robert Mugabe, Socialism, statism, United Kingdom, Venezuela
Lawrence J. McQuillan | Friday July 1, 2016 at 1:26 PM PDT | Comments Off on Rock Music, Censorship, and Zimbabwe’s War of Independence
Independence Day in the United States is a good time to reflect on independence movements elsewhere. Before there was Zimbabwe, there was Rhodesia, where a white minority government oppressed blacks and “colored” (mixed race) people using force and apartheid-style policies. In the 1970’s, the last decade of the country’s War of Independence, rock music...
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Tags: Bob Marley, Censorship, Entrepreneurship, Ian Smith, Independence Day, Jimi Hendrix, Prince Charles, revolution, Rhodesia, Robert Mugabe, rock music, Special Branch, Thomas Mapfumo, War of Independence, Wells Fargo, Zimbabwe