The conservative-leaning British magazine The Economist recently featured on its 01/2102102 cover Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, better known to history as Lenin: As I've noted before, I'm skeptical when business publications do this kind of publicity for an article, or in this case numerous articles on the topic of "state capitalism". It's almost a sure sign that the readers are being offered some heavily propaganda-laden content.
If you read only one piece today, make it this one at the American Thinker by James Lewis. In it Mr. Lewis discusses the similarities between Barack Obama and Vladimir Ilyich Lenin. He, of course, notes that Obama and Lenin are not ... Read Post
"[S]tate capitalism is the most formidable foe that liberal capitalism has faced so far." - from The visible hand, the introductory article to The Economist's series of special report articles on what they call "state capitalism" in... Read Post