from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:
There is a tsunami of authoritarianism coming. In fact, depending on the final results of the presidential election, we conservatives may get swept up in its undertow sooner than we think.
There appears to me to be an odd aggregation of ideologies merging into one on the horizon – and none of the parts, or the whole they create, is good. Merely describing it as bad does a disservice to the word bad.
Maybe catastrophic is even too mild.
If things progress the way the woke and radical world leftists envision, we may be looking at combining Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals, communism and fascism. read more
Uncle Ted Nugent
The other day Uncle Ted Nugent, the Motor City Mad Man went on a radio show and promised to become more civil, even saying he would walk away rather than engage in hateful rhetoric.
We can all hope to do such a thing. The problem is, this is all the left knows. Via Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals, this is all the left has ever learned. And personally I see no signs of them giving this up. We can vow to be more civil, but don’t expect the left to follow suit.
They know of no other way to achieve power and control but to demonize the right. Don’t be surprised in the coming weeks or months if Uncle Ted is tested to live up to his vow – or walk away. read more
by: the Common Constitutionalist
There are things throughout history that one can point to and say, “That changed everything”. Things like electricity, indoor plumbing and gunpowder.
Some we can point to as simply upgrades or improvements to the original design. Things like fuel injection, the self-contained rifle cartridge or Hot Shots Part Deux.
Both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton did the same with Saul Alinsky’s teaching of community agitating.
Interestingly, as an aside, what is today called, by most everyone, community organizing, Alinsky called agitating, but as the left often does, somewhere along the line, agitator was deemed too negative – too radical, so it magically became organizer. Who could be against organization? read more