Bloomberg: China Urged to Stop ‘Disappearing’ Officials in Graft Crackdown. A global rights advocacy group is calling on China to stop detaining Communist Party members indefinitely without charge, releasing a report criticizing the system on the unofficial anniversary of Xi Jinping’s four-year-old corruption crackdown. Show More Summary
By Tom Purcell I am 8 years old. Some of my friends say there IS a Santa Claus. Papa says, “If you see it in the Communist Party paper Granma, it’s so.” Please tell me the truth, El Presidente. Is … Continue reading ?
Discrediting the voting system and acting undiplomatically make American democracy a less appealing alternative
If there's something strange in you neighborhood, Who you gonna call? China's Central Commission for Discipline Inspection! [ more › ]
As China’s Communist Party implements a far-reaching campaign to instill total loyalty across its ranks, its top disciplinarian issued a stark warning to his fellow 89 million members: We have met the enemy and he is us.
BEIJING (Reuters) - The man in charge of China's war against graft has issued a new warning against Communist Party members believing in "ghosts and supernatural beings" and revealed two top officials had left after systemic corruption was found in their departments.
Revolution Communist Party member Sunsara Taylor will defend protesters who burn the American flag. Pastor Max Lucado will explain why everyone should know why we really celebrate Christmas.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's ruling Communist Party has issued new rules to push its fight against deeply entrenched corruption, telling senior officials to travel "without pomp", not to have too many staff and not take too many holidays.
Say, do you happen to have the address of the communist party offices?
If there’s one thing you should know about the Revolutionary Communist Party, it’s that they love burning American flags. If there are two things you should know about the RCP, it’s that they love burning flags and they’re very strange, a little cult-like, and have a mysterious, reclusive leader that no one ever sees.… Read more...
This only happened because of Trump’s ridiculous misunderstanding of the Constitution. According to a report in Reuters, the activists included members of the Revolutionary Communist Party, which the news outlet notes is not part of the Community Party of the United States. Trump made the suggestion that flag burners face “consequences” Tuesday morning. “Nobody should [...]
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's government hopes Hong Kong will oppose independence, a top Communist Party official said on Tuesday in a meeting with a pro-Beijing group from the southern financial hub.
This makes perfect sense – in a country ruled by the Communist Party: China plans to clamp tighter controls on Chinese companies seeking to invest overseas, intensifying efforts to slow a surge in capital fleeing offshore amid tepid growth and an uncertain economic outlook. Of course, it would be crazy in a capitalist country ruled by a party committed to free enterprise.
Joseph Zen suggests the Pope may be unaware of the Chinese Communist Party's persecution of Catholics
On Friday, brutal Communist Cuban dictator Fidel Castro died. His long-awaited death was celebrated in the streets of Miami. In an odd and ironic twist, however, the Green Party’s failed presidential candidate—and presumed Clinton-recount...Show More Summary
The Cuban revolution exercised a powerful hold on artists at home and around the world The front of the official newspaper of the central committee of the Communist party of Cuba was dominated by a shot of Fidel Castro Ruz in his cap,...Show More Summary
Some say the Communist Party is imposing harsh punishments on the most vulnerable members of society while coddling the well-connected elite.
Workers are bypassing Communist Party unions and are appealing to nationalist ideals, though the government has long discouraged labor activism.
Beijing is using the anniversary of the Long March, which established Mao’s pre-eminence, in an effort to sow patriotic fervor and strengthen loyalty to the Communist Party.
Once again exhibiting his passion for good journalism, Xi Jinping urged the country's journalists to do a better job of supporting and following the Communist Party at a meeting on Monday. [ more › ]