The 113th (Congress) hasn’t passed the bills every Congress does like a highway bill, or a defense bill, or a farm bill, or a budget. But what do we need a budget for? Clearly not for highways, defense or food! Besides, Congress did pass a bill insuring that people can fish near dams on the Cumberland River, AND (House Republicans) also passed deep cuts in food stamps for the poor. Which is good solid governing, because the poor don’t need food stamps anymore now that they can fish near dams on the Cumberland River.
Privatization is a neoliberal and imperialist plan. Health can’t be privatized because it is a fundamental human right, nor can education, water, electricity and other public services. They can’t be surrendered to private capital that denies the people from their rights
Hugo Chavez in a speech at the World Social Forum.
Rest in Peace comrade! A loving father, leader and a revolutionary anti-imperialist socialist, Chavez had resisted American imperialism and neoliberalism. Chavez had proved that socialism is relevant and it’s the only option to end this crisis. His ideas and thoughts will still live on! ¡Hasta la Victoria Siempre! Viva Hugo Chavez y la Revolucion Bolivariana!
Sure, with a gun in my house my family is less safe. But isn’t that a small price to pay for my family’s safety?
Composed of roughly 100 billion neurons that each electrically “spike” in response to outside stimuli, as well as in vast ensembles based on conscious and unconscious activity, the human brain is so complex that scientists have not yet found a way to record the activity of more than a small number of neurons at once, and in most cases that is done invasively with physical probes. But a group of nanotechnologists and neuroscientists say they believe that technologies are at hand to make it possible to observe and gain a more complete understanding of the brain, and to do it less intrusively.