Capitalism vs class warfare

Posted by in Culture, Political on Mar 24 | Comments closed
Capitalism vs class warfare
Here is a short cartoon showing the differences between capitalism and communism. At one time this was shown before the start of each movie in the theater. Make Mine Freedom...
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THE FAILURE OF MULTICULTURALISM

Posted by in Academic Freedom, Culture on Mar 15 | Comments closed
THE FAILURE OF MULTICULTURALISM
by Leonard Magruder For years Nebraska has been one of the top teams in college football. So it is no surprise when Nebraska Assistant Coach Ron Brown was recruited by Stanford Univ. in California to be interviewed for the head coach position. He didn’t get very far. He was not discriminated against because he is...
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Avatard

Posted by in Culture, News, Political on Mar 15 | Comments closed
Avatard
Is it me, or has James Cameron gone Pinko? (or perhaps blue..) Perhaps after the shock of the amazing CGI wore off, you stopped and asked yourself, “what exactly was that poorly acted farce all about, anyway”? Yes, the production values are amazing, but not quite as amazing the propaganda value. Don’t let the expensive...
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Harvard Finally Honors Medal of Honor Recipients

Posted by in Academic Freedom, Culture on Feb 26 | Comments closed
Harvard Finally Honors Medal of Honor Recipients
Share Harvard’s Warriors Honoring the Medal of Honor recipients. BY Jules Crittenden November 23, 2009, Vol. 15, No. 10 Cambridge, Mass. It was like a fleeting glimpse of an alternative world: the greatness of the past and what might be in the future, brought together for a moment at Harvard University last week. It was...
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Avatar fuel Islamic Protests

Posted by in Culture, Islam on Feb 26 | Comments closed
Avatar fuel Islamic Protests
Share The Making of the West Bank’s ‘Avatar’ Protest Carl Franzen (Feb. 12) – The conflict in the Middle East took on an especially cinematic quality Friday, when activists representing a small Palestinian village dressed up like the oppressed aliens from the blockbuster movie “Avatar” before staging a demonstration in front of the Israeli West...
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Noam Chomsky and anti-war ethics

Posted by in Academic Freedom, Culture, Vietnam on Feb 21 | Comments closed
Noam Chomsky and anti-war ethics
Since the sixties, Noam Chomsky has been calling the United States an imperialist nation and continues to do so, now saying U.S. actions in Iraq and Afghanistan are imperialist. The purpose of Mr. Chomsky’s’ philosophy is to destroy the legitimacy of any and all acts of force by an ethical, lawful state. In essence, Mr....
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The Surge Comes to Salinas

Posted by in Culture, National, Public Policy on Feb 11 | Comments closed
The Surge Comes to Salinas
The Surge Comes to Salinas by Troy Senik A plan to apply counterinsurgency doctrine to gang violence Communities beset by seemingly unbreakable cycles of violence; law enforcement overmatched to the point of essentially ceding sovereignty to an organized and heavily armed resistance; citizens so intimidated by thugs that they won’t report them to authorities, for...
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Targeting the Taliban

Targeting the Taliban
Targeting the Taliban By Michael Fowler The simplest and safest way to thwart an enemy’s ability to conduct war is to destroy their supply lines. This is an old and useful tactic from the time of King Nebuchadnezzar II (605-562) of Babylon. His armies would surround their hapless victims who had taken refuge in forts,...
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The Truth About Communism narrated by Ronald Reagan with the First President of the U.S.S.R.

Posted by in Culture on Dec 16 | 2 comments
The Truth About Communism narrated by Ronald Reagan with the First President of the U.S.S.R.
All across America hundreds of socialist and communist student clubs and parties exist with the goal of eliminating the Constitution of the United States and bringing about a revolution such as was seen in Soviet Russia. Years ago Ronald Reagan was a strong opponent of communism as he saw it for what it was: slavery to the state.  In this documentary you will...
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Professors Gone Wild By: Jane S. Shaw

Posted by in Academic Freedom, Culture on Sep 13 | Comments closed
Professors Gone Wild  By: Jane S. Shaw
If you need proof that our universities harbor Marxist-inspired propaganda masquerading as college courses, David Horowitz and Jacob Laksin provide it. Their new book, One-Party Classroom, singles out 150 courses that embody the angry leftwing anti-American and anti-Western attitude that has spawned so many “studies” programs —feminist studies, ethnic studies, peace studies, justice studies—and demolished...
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