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What we should talk about when we talk about socialism

By Daniel Randall, railway worker and RMT rep (and socialist)

The Labour Party’s 2017 manifesto was its most radical for a generation. Its policies offered a real clawing back of wealth and power from the richest in society, and some of them pointed towards a far greater degree of social ownership, advocating the renationalisation of the railways, postal service, and some utilities, and pushing the market and private sector out of healthcare. 1,973 more words

Labour

Charlie Gard Is the Face of Single-Payer

A sobering article by Ted Noel, M.D. in the American Thinker.  Emphasis by me.

I woke up very early this morning with the tortured picture of an infant running through my mind.

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Politics Is Dominance

Jeet Heer at the New Republic wrote a piece on the Dirtbag Left and the politics of dominance. It’s a weird article that ignores the fact that politics… 766 more words

Politics

Why Our Kids Never Went To Public School--Fifth and concluding part

by Al Benson Jr.

Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America

As my wife and I settled into the concept of home schooling we found that we needed some sort of structured curriculum that we could be comfortable with. 1,397 more words

Utopian Socialism

During the late 18th century and early 19th century, an ideological phenomenon arose known today as “utopian socialism.” This label, given by Karl Marx, denotes a certain type of socialism in which its proponents attempt to organize society down to every last detail. 400 more words

History

Social atrophy

This is roughly a translation of the post https://ludwigvanel.wordpress.com/2016/11/14/sociale-atrofie/

Social atrophy is what happens when the government interferes with society.

I was inspired to this when Judge Napolitano quoted a bible commandment (he is a Christian): the bible command christians to help their fellow man. 113 more words

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