A brilliant six-page article by Jeffrey Lord at American Spectator contrasting the Ronald Reagan mentality with the Establishment Right mentality.
If, went the idea, Communists could somehow take control of the most powerful communications tool in all of America the Communist world movement would have scored the coup of coups.
Hollywood films had a weekly audience of half a billion people around the world. A Communist takeover of Hollywood and its filmmaking capacity would be second only to taking over the U.S. government itself.
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So let’s return to present day America. The America where John Sununu and the GOP Establishment are out there targeting Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Rand Paul, Sarah Palin, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, the Tea Party and more.
… What is the central difference between the GOP Establishment and those (and others) named above?
… after decades of left-wing devotion to the hijacking of America, to the idea of transforming it, there are still Republicans and even some conservatives who don’t understand the nature of either their opponents or their opponents’ objectives.
Above: Filmmaker Jeffrey van Davis talks with philosophy professor, Stephen Hicks, about the first screening of his Heidegger documentary – first screened at the University of Freiburg in the very auditorium where Martin Heidegger, in 1933, gave his famous “Rector Speech” – 3 weeks before joining the National Socialist German Workers’ Party. i.e. The Nazi Party. The first thing Heidegger did as Rector was to eliminate the University’s democratic structures, including those that had elected him Rector.
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