As lawyers know, legal systems in countries around the world generally fall into one of two main categories: common law systems and civil law systems. thegecko- Hello again! Socialists, or Trade Unionists, do not believe in firing people. I, of course, want every person who works and works hard to have a good life. I appreciate your thought processes. Thanks for sharing your ideas. Surely nothing wrong with them in my book. Civil Action – A lawsuit brought to enforce private rights; in general, any type of action except criminal proceedings. Native Americans lived in a socialist economy that included barter, trade, and gambling. Not to mention the raiding of other factions which was just to break the boredom. Disbursements -”Disbursements” are defined as payments by the lawyer on behalf of the client to a third party for a service or a report or other document related to the case (eg. payments for Medical-Legal Reports, Land Titles searches etc.). Social justice is a tribal shibboleth of the unthinking emotion-based modern American left-liberal-progressive true believers programmed by their rulers to believe that everyone in some shifting “good” (politically correct) group of people can live at the expense of those in some bad” (productively creative) group of people without telling them that the ruling class suckers them all. When a person breaks a law on a federal level, they face being convicted of a felony offense. There are multiple levels of felonies, all of which come with their own separate set of repercussions. Common federal offenses include murder, sexual assault, fraud, theft, and drug trafficking. Socialism also has a high probability of corruption as distribution within the society is decided by a very few for the many and those very few can be bought off or, during hard times, will divert more resources to helping themselve and their own families than is allowed under the socialist rule. In other words, until we treat each other as truly equals (a very long way off) Socialism and socialist states simply will not work. In the end they will always lean towards corruption, either out of greed or a instinctive desire to look after our own children at the expense of someone else’s children. Corruption is inevitable given our human nature. FOOTNOTE? Most mainstream media commentators, and not a few scholars writing about social movements, infer that educated middle class movements are more spontaneous and participatory democratic and militant than ordinary trade union struggles are. It is implied that this is because the first are more educated and higher class. Maybe so and maybe no , but McGill students were not even ready to risk fines for not paying fees, let alone go without a paycheque and risk fines and trouble with police or scabs or job losses, as striking workers routinely do. And McGill students jumped at binding arbitration, which is often dismissed as the tactic of bureaucratic union bosses who are unwilling to test the resolve of their membership to engage in mass actions of any kind.
Another fascinating find in Hunter’s field work is a special role of sugar daddies (traditionally men who sleep with younger girls). He describes these girls’ relationship with sugar daddies as more than just “casual” or “secondary”, but providers of material support. One of Hunter’s interviewee explains: When he comes to me he will ask if I am involved. Then I will either tell him that I am single, or that there is someone I am involved with, and that he will be the second one. Then to the third one I won’t say he is the third; I will say that he is number two. In this hierarchy of ubufebe (refers to sexually loose woman; or Isoka lamanyala for a man) each man is linked to specific expenses (e.g., “one each for money, food, and rent” or “ministers of finance, transport, and entertainment). On the other hand some boys can provide sex with men for material rewards. These providers could entirely be different to istraight, ishende and isidikiselo. It is this economy of exchange that enables the historical gender inequalities, apartheid male centred economy, rising women urbanisation, chronic housing shortages as well unemployment to seamlessly fuel the transmission of AIDS. Unless, the book seems to suggest, the South African government tackles the structural economic stagnation, coupled with its gender blind social services delivery – the Abstain, Be faithful and Condomise maxim (ABC) of AIDS will remain a non-starter. There are several domains that need to be maintained in equilibrium for democracy to function properly. Maintaining the balance of power between the executive, the legislature and the judiciary is very important in this regard. There needs to be a clear consensus on the responsibilities of the central government and decentralized authorities in the devolution of power. The responsibilities of the civilian and military establishments need to be clearly understood, and we must always remember that citizens have individual as well as collective rights. Coordination between the State and the public is integral to this. As with other democracies, not all persons in a democratic republic are necessarily citizens, and not all citizens are necessarily entitled to vote. 4 Suffrage is commonly restricted by criteria such as voting age 5 and sometimes by felony or imprisonment status. Early immigrants became the Indigenous Peoples of North America, also called Native North Americans in the USA and Canada today. American Bison herds were thousands strong and salmon were gigantically larger than today – as long as a tall man’s arm on average, according to Native America Storytellers in Ohio an d other Eastern Woodlands States.
Dalits and adivasis may not face the same kind of onslaught, because the ruling regime in the second republic would be cognizant of the political benefits of accommodating them, at least symbolically. To grind their noses into the dust would in any case seem unnecessary, given a de facto hegemony of upper-caste Hindus. In our New India the politics of social justice would effectively have taken a back seat, with any expression of Dalit or Adivasi upsurge being nipped in the bud or tamed. While the imposition of Hindi on non-Hindi states would be deemed an unnecessary upsetting of the apple cart, cultural homogenisation in all other respects would be the state’s agenda. Our second republic may not be quite the Hindu Rashtra of Savarkar’s dreams, but as close to its 21st-century version as required and feasible. Socialism makes everybody equal—equally poor. Any thriving economy will have inequality because human beings are decidedly unequal in nearly every way. SEN. HARRY REID: Madam President, it is embarrassing that these people who are elected to represent the country are representing the tea party, the anarchists of the country, and a majority of the Republicans in the House are following every step of the way. This is an unnecessary blow to America, to the economy, middle class, everyone. It probably was the right decision for the Party’s survival. Vietnam to this day remains one of the last few communist countries in the world, with the VCP effectively consolidating power under its authoritarian rule. In 2006, dissident Hoang Minh Chinh , a former member and general secretary of the Democratic Party, announced his party’s re-establishment and openly challenged the authority of the VCP. His efforts, however, were short-lived. Hoang Minh Chinh passed away in 2008 after losing his battle to cancer. As of today, Honey Creek with a population of approximately 400 only has a post office, church, community call, and an equipment company. Honey Creek School closed in the mid-1960s and the feed mill shut down in 1969. This balancing act is not necessarily new, as the debates about the purpose, role and function of the legal system have been ongoing for many centuries. What has changed recently is the increasing number of laws and the impact of legal regulation on everyday life. This has given the legal system much wider recognition and also caused more debate. As for the third point, things gets much more complicated. I’m not aware of any candidate pushing for 100% socialism in the U.S. (or 100% capitalism for that matter). So, comparisons to Cuba on the immense number of variables to consider would be a major undertaking.