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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Socialism
Socialism is an economic and political theory based on public or common ownership and cooperative management of the means of production and allocation of resources."Socialism". Oxford English Dictionary."1. A theory or policy of social organisation which aims at or advocates the ownership and control of the means of production, capital, land, property, etc., by the community as a whole, and their administration or distribution in the interests of all people - Source: Wikipedia
Italians vote this weekend, and responsible citizens will find nothing much on the menu. As in America, the likely preference will continue stumbling down the tax-and-spend path that has crippled economies on both sides of the Atlantic.
Chinese patrol boats confronted Japanese vessels near a disputed East China Sea archipelago early Tuesday, the latest in a series of such encounters after Tokyo's nationalization of the islands last month.
The Netherlands long has been a source of inspiration for closer European integration — and a bellwether of European discontent.
Allies of President Francois Hollande mobilized Monday in hopes of securing a crushing parliamentary majority for the Socialists that could bolster him in talks on how to save the embattled euro currency and revive Europe's economic fortunes.
The highest-ranking U.S. official to visit Somalia's capital in years landed in Mogadishu on Sunday in another sign of improving security in the Horn of Africa's most chaotic nation.
Pro-European Union Democrats and Socialists reached an agreement on Wednesday to form a new coalition government in Serbia, after an election that indicated the bloc has kept its luster in the Balkans despite the eurozone crisis.
Conservative leader Mariano Rajoy assumed office as Spain's new prime minister Wednesday, vowing to close a huge budget deficit at home and restore his country's credibility abroad.
New Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos said Monday he is determined to keep the country in the eurozone, but acknowledged it is set to miss its deficit reduction target this year.
Throughout Europe, the left is in dire straits, being trounced in national elections and thrown out of office. Just five of the European Union's 27 member states have governments led by the left, and the left appears set to lose power in Spain, the only large member state that has such a government.
Portuguese voters were choosing a new government Sunday, one that will be forced to impose grinding austerity measures as part of a 78 billion euro ($114 billion) bailout deal expected to pitch the country into a two-year recession.
Greeks voted Sunday in runoffs for local elections as the crisis-hit nation faced renewed pressure to reduce overspending.
Ehsan Jami is a 22-year-old local councilor and member of the socialist Labor Party (PvdA) in the Dutch town of Leidschendam. His party, which belongs to the ruling government coalition in the Netherlands, is eager to get rid of him because... he is a Muslim apostate.
PARIS — French President Nicolas Sarkozy's government yesterday announced details of a $15 billion master plan to shock the economy back to life, the first part of his ambitious economic and social reform drive.