Does Democratic Socialism Work Any Better Than Totalitarian Socialism? Well

In the rampant rage of wide-spread devolution of humanity, particularly on the shores of the U.S., the arrogance of ignorance spews its contagion in diverse ways. It comes down to “I want to be part of America, and strive to become an American” compared to today where I want to live off the American Prosperity but I don’t want to really be an American, I want America to be my surrogate country. And if I can vote in the US, then I can help enable that goal. The CPV has established a nationwide political system with the Party serving as the ­­core that assists the Party leadership and mobilizes the people to realize the goals of national independence, democracy, and social progress. At present, the CPV has worked out a program for national construction which may be described as: Rich people-strong nation-equitable, democratic and civilized society. To achieve these goals, … Read the rest

Does Democratic Socialism Work Any Better Than Totalitarian Socialism? Well

Many people become lawyers because they see injustices in the world and they want to make a difference. Since then, public consensus on the Scopes trial has mostly been shaped by a 1960 film called Inherit the Wind, which is loosely based on the event. However, author Edward Larson has since tried to fill in the gaps in the movie, as well as correct some of its inaccuracies. His book Summer for the Gods is possibly the most detailed account of the trial, including the events that led to it as well as its aftermath. Accordingly, it is broken down into three main sections: “Before,” “During,” “And After.” When writing the book, Larson had at his disposal a vast amount of archival material that no researcher had the privilege of examining before. This advantage is made clear throughout the text-practically on every page-which is filled with details you’d never find … Read the rest