The unofficial leftist credo “If it feels good, do it” can be a problem when what feels good is cracking heads. This comes to mind with a new survey indicating that almost half of American socialists — 47 percent — believe that “citizens taking violent action against the rich” is sometimes justified.
In 2016 during Bernie Sanders’ first run for president, Investor’s Business Daily called him “the bum who wants your money.” Sanders failed at everything he tried, IBD explained, except yakking about socialism and the crimes of the rich. Now, 29 years after he was elected to Congress, he’s still yakking about socialism but has become one of the rich. In other words, he’s learned nothing about economics in those three decades, likely because he got rich through elected politics, not private enterprise.
The Blind Girl (1856) is a painting by John Everett Millais. The scene was painted on the road just outside the quaint, medieval town of Winchelsea near the coast of southern England. In 19th century England, John Everett Millais established the Pre-Raphaelite movement in painting which shifted away from the stiff and heroic, neo-classical themes that were the staple of his time. Millais and his fellow Pre-Raphaelite companions explored narratives in their works that brought us into the effeminate world of nurturing care, empathy, and intuition.
This past May, while most of humanity was blissfully unaware, United Nations planners were meeting in Nairobi, Kenya, to devise yet another environmental scheme for the entire Earth — and all the people, plants, and animals thereon. They were laboring over what they are calling the Global Pact for the Environment.
In this episode of Behind the Deep State, host Alex Newman exposes the legions of communist criminals hiding behind diplomatic immunity offered by the United Nations. First on the list is Michelle Bachelet, the UN "High Commissioner for Human Rights," who has now been exposed to receiving bribes from OAS.
The top United Nations official dealing with “human rights,” Chilean socialist Michelle Bachelet, is embroiled in a massive Latin American corruption scandal involving a powerful international network of communists and crony tycoons. Among other charges, Bachelet was accused of accepting bribe money from a major company during her successful 2013 presidential campaign.
In its October 2019 edition, Harper’s Magazine asked the question, “Do We Need the Constitution?” on its cover. In fact, the article, based on a forum at the New York University law school this past spring, concluded that the Constitution is the source of what it sees as most of our modern political problems.
In 1992 Curtis Bowers was a Graduate student at the Univ. of California Berkeley. After gaining an invitation at the Communist Party USA meeting and came back as a changed man. This was a 3-day meeting with Academics & scholars, and activists openly discussing in a State University about how to subvert American values in order to bring Communism to America.
Today’s show on our Series Great Minds/ Lessons from History, we complete our interview with Dr. John Lenczowski. Dr. Lenczowski is the President of The Institute of World Politics, he was also the Former Principal Advisor to President Reagan on Soviet Affair, as well as a Former Director of European and Soviet Affairs, and was on the National Security Council.
On today’s show, we have an interview with Dr. John Lenczowski. He has some interesting things to say about the state of America & Communism that is happening here today. Dr. Lenczowski is the President of The Institute of World Politics, he was also the Former Principal Advisor to President Reagan on Soviet Affair, as well as a Former Director of European and Soviet Affairs, and was on the National Security Council.
The Naked Communist is a 1958 book by American and political theorist W. Cleon Skousen, a former FBI special agent. Today in part two we have the honor of speaking to his son Paul Skousen about his father’s work and how much of what his father predicted has come true in today’s society. Did we learn anything from history?