Author: kevinmarx2012

Marx on Monday – Obama – The Food Stamp President

Of all the maliciously libellous charges laid at the feet of our great President Barack Hussein Obama II, surely the most iniquitous is the claim by right wing idiot Newt Gingrich that Obama will go down in history as the “food stamp president.” This ridiculous myth was given credence recently by the outrageous claims of

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Marx on Monday – Tim Yeo – the last honest politician

It is a truth universally acknowledged that the House of Commons has more than its fair share of charlatans and scoundrels. But even within such a corrupt and talentless institution you will find the odd politician of integrity who is fighting the good fight for honesty, decency, fairness and green politics. I’m talking of course

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Marx on Monday – destruction of our criminal justice system

I don’t know about you but it makes me sick to my stomach to hear fat cat barristers bleating on about the proposed changes to legal aid. “We can barely afford petrol for our BMWs” is a complaint often heard, or “things are getting so bad that we might have to take Tarquin out of

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Marx on Monday – Pay more tax to get nothing in return

When Ed Milliband announced in January on the Andrew Marr show that in his view universal benefits for pensioners were an important bedrock of our society I began to seriously doubt his socialist credentials. “What about the rich fat cat pensioners?” I was screaming at the television , “those that are on more than £40,000

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Marx on Monday – gay marriage

Listening to the debate in the commons last week about same sex marriage one fact has become crystal clear to me – if you oppose gay marriage you are a fascist! Thank goodness then, that there are still those with the courage and principles to stand up to homophobia and attempt to remove this plague

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Marx on Monday – the rise of UKIP

I don’t know about you but I for one am not impressed by the so-called unstoppable rise of UKIP. When all is said and done British Politics is determined by one thing and one thing only – social class. If you are upper-class and, like Michael Gove, you were born with a silver spoon in

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