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Enemies Within Re-Writing American History

Enemies Within Re-Writing American History

The founder of the ACLU, Roger Baldwin, stated, “I am for socialism, disarmament, for abolishing the state itself…I seek the social ownership of property, the abolition of the propertied class, and the sole control of those who produce wealth. Communism is the goal.”

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‘How to Speak Communist’ Focus of May 13 Presentation to Veterans

‘How to Speak Communist’ Focus of May 13 Presentation to Veterans

he Soviets are gone, but they left behind a powerful propaganda machine. “How to Speak Communist” will be the subject of a presentation by MAJ Bob Liebman (USAF ret) and former Iron Curtain defector and author of Journey for Freedom Peter Vodenka of Piedmont on Saturday May 13 at Ellsworth Air Force Base’s South Dakota Air and Space Museum. The free family event will be hosted by the Black Hills Veterans Writing Group, starting at 9 am.

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Fidel Castro (Photo credit: Antonio Milena)

The Murderous Kleptocrat Fidel Castro is Dead

Fidel was a Stalinist to the core turning a new page in the Marxist mantra, ‘from each according to his ability to each according to his need.’ What this looked like in real time was “According to the scholars and researchers at the Cuba Archive, the Castro regime’s total death toll–from torture, prison beatings, firing squads, machine gunning of escapees, drownings, etc.–approaches 100,000. Cuba’s population in 1960 was 6.4 million.

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Obama: Hanging With Communists More Important Than Terrorism

Obama: Hanging With Communists More Important Than Terrorism

President of the United States Barack Obama spent fifty-one seconds on March 22 expressing concerns and condolences related to the deadly terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium before heading to a baseball game with Raul Castro during his visit to Cuba.

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Obama’s Ironic Cuba Visit on Human Rights Day

Obama’s Ironic Cuba Visit on Human Rights Day

If president Obama were a serious advocate for those trapped in countries with oppressive and unethical practices, he wouldn’t be in Cuba today lauding those who jail their political opposition, nor would build his legacy on the backs of the poor in TPP countries.

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Senator Bernie Sanders (Photo credit: Michael Vadon)

Better Red Than Ted 

Does Bernie Sanders have a chance?  It is hard to run against Santa Clause, and for those who have imbibed of the Sanders Kool Aide, it might just be, “Better red than Ted.”

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The Man Made Global Warming Hoax Part Deux

The world is going to hell in a hand basket and our tone-deaf leaders are worried about man-made global warming. They are so worried that after terrorists turn the streets red with innocent blood, more than one hundred of them fly in private jets to ride in long limousines to a summit in Paris vowing to make a statement that will rebuke the terrorists.

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What the Legacy of China’s One Child Policy Can Teach America

What the Legacy of China’s One Child Policy Can Teach America

Communist China’s one-child policy resulted in millions of abortions, higher suicide rates, and a demographic crisis. Most Americans probably believe that such a thing could never happen here, but they are wrong.

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Global Warming: Not About the ‘E’ Word

Global Warming: Not About the ‘E’ Word

Listen to propaganda from the EPA and MDE, and you would think “Climate Change” programs are about saving the environment, but you would be wrong.

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Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) (Photo credit: Darth Kalwejt)

What Can’t Be Ignored

Today, Bernie Sanders’ claimed socialist identity should not be taken lightly. His formidable presence is anticipatory to what is being highlighted in schools and universities across our country. The good senator senses this growing support and thus, the battle begins. So, it’s time we realize that communism is still our foe, and this time around, the battlefield lies within the hearts and minds of Americans.

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