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Topic - Karl Marx
French economist Thomas Piketty's new book, "Capital in the Twenty-First Century," is not only No. 1 on Amazon.com, but is stirring up controversy like few economists ever have.
Look up at the wall and you can see Yugoslavia's late autocratic leader Josip Broz Tito drowning in red fiery waves of hell - along with Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, authors of the 1848 Communist Manifesto.
Video journalist Mark Dice published a new man-on-the-street interview Saturday where he took to the Oceanside Pier in San Diego, Calif., asking people to sign a fake petition allowing Karl Marx on the 2016 presidential ballot, "since Obama's been working with him."
Two decades after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the ideas of Marx and Lenin are making a comeback in Russia with a wave of young leftists whose potential for mass appeal seems to have rattled the Kremlin.
The only thing "new" in North Korea's new year is that their hell is under new management. "The great leader," Kim Jong-il, has been replaced by Kim Jong-un, "the great successor," but the state that causes incomprehensible misery for its unfortunate inhabitants continues tyrannically along.
With each passing day, it becomes more obvious that the Occupy Wall Street gatherings so beloved by the liberal mainstream media are a phenomenon Karl Marx might have describe as a natural byproduct of "decadent" capitalist societies under economic stress.
Lose weight, stop smoking? Uh, no. Revere the U.S. Constitution and save money? You betcha.
He examines data from the 1700s and forward and finds social and economic patterns that he says show what is at fault.
On April 6, in arguments over the jury instructions, Riordan quoted Karl Marx and told Illston: "If this trial is a tragedy, a conviction on (statements) C and D would be utterly a farce."