Il Corriere della Sera, historically one of the Italy’s most authoritative newspapers, prints a weekly report on the economy appropriately entitled, “L’Economia”. The report usually hits the newsstands on Monday. In the March 12th issue, there was an interesting article by Enrico Marro on the expectations of the country’s industrialists and businessmen after the big … More Election Day plus Twelve
In the Italian parliamentary system the job of empowering a political leader with the task of forming a new government belongs to the Head of State, President Mattarella. Traditionally, the President chooses someone from the single Party or coalition which has won the most seats. That means Luigi Di Maio of M5S or Matteo Salvini … More After Renzi’s New Deal could the electoral big-bang of March 4 be the start of a New Dawn for Italia?
Italians are the most highly taxed people in all of the EU. Intoxicated by seventy years of governments increasingly left of center and antifascist propaganda, Italians have been brainwashed into believing in big government and centralization, Keynesian economics and binge public spending, made possible by their hard-earned tax Euros. Their income tax system is now … More Italy’s General Elections
Il giorno dopo l’articolo di Vladimiro Zagrebelsky “Perché sdoganare il fascismo è un errore” pubblicato su “La Stampa” del 20.02.2018, sei pacifisti dei centri sociali hanno aggredito nelle pubbliche vie di Palermo un esponente di Forza Nuova. Dopo averlo circondato, l’hanno imbavagliato e legato in modo che non potesse difendersi e poi con calma … More Antifascisti Manganellano Dirigente di Forza Nuova a Palermo
The following are for those of you who think Italian bureaucrats are fat cats that get a lotta money for doing next to nothing all day long. Think again. Some fat cat in the Modena City Hall has come up with a novel idea for parking meters. The other day I went to the barber … More New Parking Meters in Via Archirola, Modena