Self-Managing Socialism: Zappos Style

There have been many attempts to apply socialism to the modern workplace. One of these was the program of former president of France François Mitterrand who sought to implement what he called self-managing socialism in 1981. Like all such schemes, … Continue reading

In Search of the Lost Wolf

Pope Francis’ visit to Cuba last September, symbolically preceding his arrival in the United States, provoked many Americans to rethink our country’s decades-old embargo of the communist island nation. The Pope’s act of visiting Cuba en route to America was … Continue reading

Vietnam Frightened by Freedom

China has been taking substantial flak for severely restricting the lip service they pay to freedom of speech after having issued the infamous Document No. 9, which severely limited free speech. It has now started what appears to be a trend … Continue reading

Who Paves the Way for Socialism?

There are many elements in the modern world today that are paving the way for socialism not least of which are materialism and relativism. Those two outlooks on life are not only held by socialists but are often shared by … Continue reading

A City Without a Soul

Near the bustling industrial city of Tieling in northeastern China, there is a brand new city some 6 miles down the road called Tieling New City. The place has everything going for it. Visitors will find excellent infrastructure, government offices, … Continue reading

Cap-and-Trade Boom Goes Bust

As the global warming scare cools off, the European Union finds itself on the wrong side of a carbon credit boom that has gone bust. Back when global warming had some standing, Europe committed itself to lead the world in … Continue reading

Castroism without Castro

The Havana Archdiocesan Magazine Comes All Out in Defense of Castro In its magazine Espacio Laical (No. 230, May 2013), the Archdiocese of Havana has come out stronger than ever in defense of the Cuban regime and its nefarious Communist … Continue reading

Hungary Hands Over Public Schools to Religious Institutions

The Hungarian government is transferring public schools to religious institutions, reported the French magazine L’Express.This policy has infuriated socialist leaders within and outside Hungary and even in European countries where public education has had calamitous results. The angry complaints center … Continue reading

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