Daily Archives: February 7, 2017

Guyana– Latest News from various sources – February 6-7, 2017

Guyana: LATEST NEWS –February 6-7, 2017 – Kaieteur News… (see links to other news sources below)

The problem isn’t Trump, it’s bigger – By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers

The problem isn’t Trump, it’s bigger

While we resist, we also need to promote a positive agenda of what we want to see.

Opinion - commentary -analysisBy  Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers  – February 6, 2017 | Op-Ed

Trump is a symptom of a long­ term trend of a failing democracy that is too closely tied to Wall Street and the war machine. Both the Republican and Democratic parties are part of this failed system that does not represent the people of the United States. This week the Economist Intelligence Unit issued its ninth annual Democracy Index. In doing so the report described the decline of U.S. democracy as developing over decades.

People have lost faith in the elected government with “political disaffection with the functioning of democracy.” They also describe Donald Trump as “being a beneficiary of the low esteem in which U.S. voters hold their government, elected representatives and political parties, but he was not responsible for a problem that has had a long gestation.   Continue reading

Analysis: Newsflash From Israel to America: Judges Won’t Save You From Trump

Analysis:  Newsflash From Israel to America: Judges Won’t Save You From Trump 

The president continues to savage the judge who suspended his immigration ban, but Republicans won’t do a thing about it. For now.

Opinion - commentary -analysisChemi Shalev | Haaretz

In March 1801, a few hours before his term was over, America’s second president, John Adams, tried to pack the country’s courts by appointing scores of new judges who would be favourable to his Federalist Party. His rival and successor Thomas Jefferson, was enraged. He ordered his new Secretary of State, John Madison, not to deliver the letters of appointment to those judges who hadn’t received them yet. One of them was William Marbury of Maryland, who petitioned the Supreme Court to force Madison’s hand.   Continue reading

GINA – GUYANA NEWS – February 06, 2017

GINA – GUYANA NEWS  – February 06, 2017

Guyana signs third Country Cooperation Strategy (CCS) with PAHO/WHO

GINA, GUYANA, Monday, February 06, 2017 Minister of Public Health Hon. Volda Lawrence today signed Guyana’s third Country Cooperation Strategy (CCS) with Pan American Health Organisation /World…      Read More  

 

GNBS will adopt CARICOM Poultry Standard as National Standard

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