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“Put the blame on Mame, boys

put the blame on Mame…”

Gilda

From: Gilda – 1946

Our mind, sometimes, works in a funny way.

Yesterday President Napolitano talking about the Italian politics’ serious decline (the so called “Mafia Capitale” – Capitol Mafia – the anti-mafia operation I told you about last week it’s the icing on the cake…) warned us against the so called anti-politics which is a result of that decline: “ The criticism against politics and parties, precious and fertile ground if rigorous, objective and made with discernment and having the measure of it, has now degenerated into antipolitics, or better in a sort of subversive disease”, that makes necessary to react “denouncing biases, clichés, distortions and committing ourselves in a larger scale not only making the necessary reforms but also trying and involve the young people in politics”.

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UC System Tuition Hikes: Avoidable through better Fiscal Management

As a student at UCLA, I have witnessed the recent protests over the possible implementation of tuition hikes. And while I agree wholeheartedly with the sentiment of the protesters, I think that the anger needs to be reinforced with tangible alternatives for the UC and the state government to consider. 1,053 more words

Il ministero dell’interno fa il bis: il questore Marino fuma ancora in un luogo pubblico

Già si era sputtanato in tutta Italia a Gennaio, beccato in diretta TV a violare la Legge 3/2003 sporcando l’immagine già per niente onorevole del “ministero dell’interno”, confermando l’incompetenza e la sciatteria un po’ troppo invadente presso le forze dell’ordine. 281 more words

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Good Weekend

Like meeting Elvis and Eric Clapton on the same day. 6 more words

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The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

It will, however, be live-streamed.

Even if you can’t make it out to Costa Mesa tomorrow for the Mises Circle featuring Ron Paul, Judge Andrew P. 58 more words

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The legend of King George of Italy

You can’t say that, before Mr Giorgio Napolitano, the Italian President was a purely ceremonial figure. For example, it is rumored that President Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, in his capacity as Supreme Commander of the Italian Armed Forces, stopped Mr Berlusconi’s Government from taking part to the invasion of Iraq. 108 more words

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