Parliamentary Sovereignty

22 Jul 19
The Australian

Britain will have a new prime minister this week, its third in three years, and rarely has one come to office in more challenging circumstances. Whether it is Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt, they could face ministerial resignations and a snap election while having to wrestle with their party and the parliament about exiting the EU with or without a deal.

22 Jul 19
Kolom Remaja

What is an Ideology? A certain set of ethical ideals, principles, doctrines, myths or symbols of a social movement, isntitution, class or large group that explains how society should work and offers some political and cultural blueprint for a certain social order The Conservatism Modern ConservatismConcerns for tradition and religion which focuses on equal rights […]

22 Jul 19
The Zambian Observer

  By Akashambatwa Lewanika WOKE UP THIS MORNING READY FOR DISAPPOINTMENT THAT ZAMBIANS WILL NEITHER REMEMBER NOR CARE THAT ON THIS DAY 29 YEARS AGO, HAVING BEEN THE SOLE SIGNATORY TO PUBLIC OPEN INVITATION AND THE SOLE OFFICIAL OPEN Convener of the July 1990 MMD Founding National Conference for the Multi-Party Option at garden House […]

22 Jul 19
ONLINE ARTICLES

[ad_1] United Nations: India has strongly rejected Pakistan’s references to Kashmir during the Non Aligned Movement (NAM) Ministerial Meeting in Venezuela, saying the global forum can never be a platform for a “self-serving narrative” that aims to undermine the territorial integrity of one nation by another State. The NAM needs to be in the […]

21 Jul 19
Comrade Finnegan

As the Western propaganda machine tagged along with Khrushchev and the corrupt elites to de-Stalinize and scapegoat Stalin to consolidate their own nefarious power the cowardly American left abandoned Stalin as too hot to handle, and scapegoated him worse than the Right. Thus began the cult of Left anti-Stalinism. Noam Chomsky has always been misrepresenting […]

21 Jul 19
Catholic Restoration

Pope Leo XIII Born 2 March, 1810, at Carpineto; elected pope 20 February, 1878; died 20 July, 1903, at Rome. Gioacchino Vincenzo Raffaele Luigi was the sixth of the seven sons of Count Lodovico Pecci and his wife Anna Prosperi-Buzi. There was some doubt as to the nobility of the Pecci family, and when the […]

21 Jul 19
Brexit Compliance News

There can be no better illustration of the disconnect between the people and the Tory leadership than its wilful ignorance of the sheer scale of the growing countrywide opposition to its mindless stampede towards a no-deal Brexit. A poll by Hope Not Hate released on Monday will show that, by a margin of two to […]