Posts Tagged ‘socialism’

Jeer, Protest, Rebel, Refuse, Resist. And Kill the Bill.

Friday, August 7, 2009 10:02 1 Comment

“Kill the bill, kill the bill, kill the bill, kill the bill!” Here is some great video footage of a town hall in Romulus, Michigan, near Detroit. Watch John Dingell put on his best smirk when he faces questions from a reporter about the rowdy crowd that is overwhelmingly resistant to the government’s┬átotalitarian health care [...]

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John Stossel on “Free” Health Care

Thursday, July 2, 2009 7:58 6 Comments

Here’s John Stossel’s column on the problems of rationing in socialized health care systems such as England and Canada. In America, people wait in emergency rooms, too, but it’s much worse in Canada. If you’re sick enough to be admitted, the average wait is 23 hours. “We can’t send these patients to other hospitals. Dr. [...]

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The Lost Literature of Socialism

Friday, June 19, 2009 10:01 No Comments

Another great email from Charles “anarchteacher” Burris on the foundations of socialism. He writes: I would like to call your attention to a virtually unknown little book, The Lost Literature of Socialism, by George Watson, Fellow in English at St. John’s College, Cambridge and editor of the New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. As the [...]

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