Sunday, February 19, 2017

The Right-Wing Revolution

Saturday, February 18, 2017

Is Obama A Communist Or A Nazi?

WND Investigates: Is Obama A Communist Or A Nazi?

In a bombshell investigation published yesterday, the right-wing news outlet WorldNetDaily has learned that President Obama is not a communist! But don’t be too stunned by this startling claim, as instead it turns out that the president is a Nazi.
WND’s Bob Unruh interviewed radio host Chuck Morse yesterday about the president’s alleged Nazism, which is based on the laughable claim that the Nazis were actually left-wing.
“I’m not suggesting [Obama] is an anti-Semite. I’m not suggesting he’s going to set up a Holocaust. But putting all that stuff aside, when you strip that away from historical Nazism and look at the political philosophy of Nazism, this is very much what Barack Obama is into,” Morse said.
His evidence?
Well, Obama talks about Nazi-things like “hope” and “change” and supports “left-progressivism,” which he argues “is largely to blame not only for the Nazi Holocaust but also for most of the programs of Holocaust, Genocide and Democide that have been implemented in the modern era.”
Critics of Barack Obama, horrified at his “transformation” of America and particularly his government takeovers of large parts of the U.S. economy, have gone so far as to accuse him of being a communist or neo-communist. However, those critics are mistaken, contends a conservative talk host and author whose new book “Was Hitler a Leftist?” examines the German dictator’s radical agenda in light of today’s leftist movement in the United States. 

His conclusion? Obama is, at least in some ways, more akin to a “national socialist” than a communist.
“I have to be careful saying that,” said Chuck Morse, host of the IRN USA News talk show. “I’m not suggesting [Obama] is an anti-Semite. I’m not suggesting he’s going to set up a Holocaust. But putting all that stuff aside, when you strip that away from historical Nazism and look at the political philosophy of Nazism, this is very much what Barack Obama is into.”
Morse examines elements of National Socialism he sees in Obama’s administration. Those include a national welfare system, nationalization of police forces, a centralized regulation of private businesses, a centralization of power and bureaucracies imposing their own demands on a citizenry.
He also looks at the use of demonization, noting many leftists today don’t say their political opponents merely are wrong but that they want to hurt people. His book notes Hitler’s suspension of the German Constitution. Members of Congress just this week held a hearing in which experts testified Obama has systematically breached the Constitution.
That Nazism was leftist hardly can be argued, he said.
Morse said it’s a concern that the federal government has been purchasing tens of millions of hollow point ammunition, which is illegal in international use, he said. What, he asked, would it be used for?
In his book, he challenges “students of Nazism and of the Nazi Holocaust to integrate the missing link into the otherwise excellent body of work and research that has been done on Hitler and his evil regime.”
“Let’s be clear,” he writes, “Left-progressives today are not responsible for the Holocaust, nor were most well-meaning left-progressives at the time of the Holocaust responsible. Yet, and unquestionably, left-progressivism, as a political philosophy and theory, when enthroned and when holding the reins of absolute power, is largely to blame not only for the Nazi Holocaust but also for most of the programs of Holocaust, Genocide and Democide that have been implemented in the modern era.”
He also noted that among Hitler’s themes were the now-familiar “hope” and “change.”

Friday, February 17, 2017

Tufts University students: WAKE UP

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Kennedy and Trump

Monday, February 13, 2017

Newsmax: Sessions Confirmation Not Stopped by Posturing Warren

Sessions Confirmation Not Stopped by Posturing Warren

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) on February 9, 2017, in Washington, D.C. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)
By Chuck MorseMonday, 13 Feb 2017 04:09 PMMore Posts by Chuck Morse
Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts can always be counted upon to assassinate the character of anyone who does not genuflect to the left. Now she has tried sleight of hand to impugn the character of Attorney General Jeff Sessions by quoting others who have claimed that he has something against African-American men and women.
But who exactly is this fraud?
Elizabeth Warren is a classic example of what Sigmund Freud called projection. She is often guilty of the charges that she so vehemently lodges at others.
For example, Warren criticized, in the most smug and self-righteous tones and with a voice quivering in faux rage, Donald Trump of profiting from the downturn in property values, yet she made her first fortune flipping properties in Oklahoma City in the 1970’s. Back then she made a neat bundle for herself and her family by engaging in such practices as turning a woman and her baby out of the house while her husband was serving in Iraq.
Warren loves to literally scream about the “millionaires and billionaires” while living in a $5.4 million-dollar mansion and raking in $429,981 in salary and compensation from Harvard for teaching one class. Her husband apparently got a similar sweetheart deal. Yet she drones on and on about the high cost of college as she calls for free tuition.
Warren rarely misses an opportunity to play the women card yet because of her corporate greed, taking a fat check as a lawyer from Dow Chemical, women were prevented from bringing a class-action suit due to their poisoning from breast implants manufactured by Dow. She was hired by Travelers Insurance to stop union members from collecting on claims due to asbestos poisoning.
Perhaps most appalling of all, Warren had the nerve to accuse Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos of false statements while Warren refuses to authorize the release of her application for tenure at Harvard. After receiving tenure Warren was referred to in a scholarly journal published by Fordham University as Harvard Law School’s first woman of color. Evidence suggests that Warren claimed to be a Native American in applications to Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania but not elsewhere, which defrauded the system. Yet we are supposed to believe that Warren is a champion of minorities and of Affirmative Action?
Apparently Warren is slipping in the polls in Massachusetts. Perhaps the people of Massachusetts have finally had enough of this phony and like the U.S. Senate, they are ready to tell her to sit down.
Chuck Morse is an author and radio talk show host. Chuck received the 2003 Communicator of the Year award from the National Right to Work Committee and was named a "Heavy 100" Radio Talk Host by Talkers Magazine. Chuck ran for Congress in Massachusetts against Barney Frank. For more of his reports — Click Here Now.

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Elizabeth Warren -Fraud

Chuck Morse Speaks live on WMFO - Tufts

Award-winning veteran radio talk show host, authorNewsmax columnist, Uber driver Chuck Morse broadcasts live every Thursday 10-11am ET at WMFO 91.5 Tufts University.  The program streams  on the WMFO website, the podcast archives on PodomaticiTunes ,StitcherFacebook and YouTube.

“I offer conservative opinion in the heart of one of America's most liberal Colleges with the intention of stimulating a thoughtful examination of issues” says Morse who was named as one of America's “heavy 100” talk show hosts by Talkers Magazine and wasawarded “Communicator of the Year” by the National Right to Work Committee.

Chuck is the author of over a dozen non-fiction books, he loves driving Uber and offering life and health insurance to individuals andemployees in Massachusetts. Chuck  was a candidate for Congress in 2004 where he ran against Barney Frank.

Contact Chuck Morse at (617) 271-5044  /  chuckmorse4@gmail.com 

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

The Right-Wing Revolution: Notes from a conservative counter-revolutionist

Weekly Newsmax Column: Trump Critics Secretly Fear National Sovereignty

Trump Critics Secretly Fear National Sovereignty

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People protest against President Donald Trump as they gather to walk toward Mar-a-Lago Resort in Palm Beach, Florida. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
By Chuck MorseTuesday, 07 Feb 2017 03:12 PMMore Posts by Chuck Morse
President Trump’s opponents, who constitute an incoherent combine of street protesters, Democrats, establishment Republicans and most of the top 1 percent wealthiest Americans, are motivated at their core by more than some insulting tweets. Indeed, their ferocity and their promotion of predictable and false left-wing agitprop that tries to paint Trump as having something against women or some racial or ethnic group is window dressing that covers darker motives.
They seek to stamp out a revolutionary and, as such, a transformative idea which is Trump’s call for putting the interests of America and all Americans first. This simple, majestic, and dare I suggest revolutionary idea is an obvious virtue to most Americans but anathema to the globalist elite. A recent expression of that elite worldview was intoned by former Secretary of State John Kerry, speaking at the Northeastern Universitycommencement: "The future demands from us something more than a nostalgia for some rose-tinted version of the past that did not really exist in any case. You're about to graduate into a complex and borderless world."
National sovereignty, where a self-governing people place their own interests over those of other nations, is a natural progressive and genuinely democratic concept. It is natural and normal for the nation to put its own interests first as it is natural and normal for the individual and the family to put its interests first. This common-sense idea, hard-wired into the human being, is observable in the animal kingdom as well. Many of the elite, people like John Kerry or former president Barack Obama, and many who head multi-national corporations will tell us that somehow self-interest and national interest is anachronistic, back-ward, and selfish but nothing could be further from the truth.
An individual, and a nation, must put its own interest first before it can be able to help other people and nations. Helping others, like self-interest, is also natural to the human being and, indeed, the reason why America is the most charitable nation and society in history is because we have had enough common sense to put our own interests first. The elites have embraced a false and demented idea that holds that we as a people and as a nation must sacrifice our self-interest and our national sovereignty in order to help others. History has proven that such social experiments, which require surrender of freedom, have led to nothing but poverty and suffering.
When Donald Trump speaks of putting America first and of making America great again he harkens back to the American Revolution. The American colonists sought to restore their domestic independence, and their right to enjoy the fruits of their labor, which had been usurped by a distant British Empire that was imposing arbitrary rules on the colonists by force. When the colonists stepped up and asserted their sovereignty on July 4, 1776, by declaring their independence from the usurping power, they were met by a full-scale invasion from the most powerful empire in the world at that time.
Today, Donald Trump heads an organic movement that is not unlike the founding patriot movement. He seeks to restore sovereign rights to the people, rights that were slowly but perceptibly usurped by powers emanating mostly out of Washington D.C. Now President Trump and those of us who are part of his movement to re-assert sovereignty and, as such, to take control over our own lives and destinies are witnessing, figuratively, the same invading force as did the founding patriots. Let’s hope that we are up to the task at hand.
Chuck Morse is an author and radio talk show host. Chuck received the 2003 Communicator of the Year award from the National Right to Work Committee and was named a "Heavy 100" Radio Talk Host by Talkers Magazine. Chuck ran for Congress in Massachusetts against Barney Frank. For more of his reports — Click Here Now.

Monday, January 30, 2017

Stealth Invasion

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Presidential Lies

President Trump has not uttered the type of big presidential lie that Woodrow Wilson told when he used the campaign slogan he kept us out of war in 1916, knowing full well that he had already secretly committed American entry into World War I after the election.  Or FDR’s big lie of 1940: I have said this before, but I shall say it again and again and again: Your boys are not going to be sent into any foreign wars.  Or Obama: If you like your healthcare, you can keep your healthcare.

Trump also doesn’t seem to favor the pathological type of lying typified by the Clinton’s who wove a virtual parallel existence even in their own fecund imaginations, a double life by which the virtuous outer face covers a life of corruption. Their lies were covered up by the sponsors they dutifully served, the liberal establishment. Those who live those types of all-pervasive lies often communicate in a style of prevarication and sophistry, a tell-tale sign of the smoky indirection and double-talk that makes truth virtually impossible to discern even to themselves. For better or for worse, Trump could not be accurately accused of employing such subtleties.

Trump’s type of lie is the type a guy tells a girl on a date or spouts at the Thanksgiving table. He exaggerates, he remembers things in a way that embellishes his image, he tells tall tales. These types of lies are mostly harmless. While distasteful, they don’t cover up agendas that could adversely affect millions of lives. Trump operates in a context of basic truth which has been his primary appeal.

Yet the liberal establishment thinks they can pull a fast one on the rest of us, that they can engage in a game of three card monte, by putting every Trump utterance under a microscope to find an inaccuracy. They think they can distract us by repeating some inane Trump aphorism while the president enacts sweeping policies that have made America safer and that have made the stock market soar. They think that they can draw our eyes off the ball which is that President Trump, his policies and his simple if not at times crude honesty threatens the rotten left-wing edifice that has retarded our country for the last half century. So far, the American people have not been so easily fooled.

Investigating Vote Fraud: What Are Dems Worried About?

Investigating Vote Fraud: What Are Dems Worried About?

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Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe answers a question during a State of the States event at the Newseum, January 25, 2017, in Washington, D.C. (Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
By Chuck MorseMonday, 30 Jan 2017 11:08 AMMore Posts by Chuck Morse
While President Trump has accomplished more in his first week in office than Barack Obama did in 8 years, his boldest initiative so far has been his call for an investigation of vote fraud. Trump won the election which is why conventional wisdom would dictate he leave the issue alone. Yet Trump is the type who puts principle over politics.
The Democrats are responding with squeals of rage because they know where the bodies are buried. Why scream when a state decides to purge its rolls of voters who have either passed away or have moved out of state? To paraphrase Shakespeare’s "Hamlet": mithinks the lady doth protest too much.
The Democrats yelled “voter suppression” when states such as Michigan, then under
liberal Democratic Governor Jennifer Grenholm, attempted to initiate reasonable voter identification. Jill Stein’s Green Party recount of Michigan recently revealed substantial voter fraud in Detroit. Yet George Soros finances the phony astro-turf Brennan Institute which comes up with “studies” claiming that African-Americans are not able to comply sufficiently with identification. This reflects a liberal type of racism that falsely views black people as incompetent. Besides, if voter ID was a legitimate problem for
African-Americans than why wouldn’t George Soros or some other liberal top 1 percenter use their considerable resources to help them get ID’s? I suppose such a practical solution would be just too Trumpian.
Democrats have a history of voter fraud accusations going back to ACORN in the 1970’s and even to the election of John F. Kennedy in 1960. Obama may have benefited in
battleground states in 2012 where he captured 98-99 percent of the vote in certain precincts. At the time Rush Limbaugh observed that even Fidel Castro never garnered such a vote. Mitt Romney was too timid to investigate.
New Hampshire has same day voter registration which makes it difficult to stop people from crossing over from my home state of Massachusetts to possibly register and vote. Hil-lary Clinton won New Hampshire by only .03 percent, as did Democratic Senator Maggie Hassan. Republican Governor Chris Sununu is on record as calling for an end to the rotten system
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, former Clinton aide and DNC Chairman, may have stolen his state for Hillary by registering 60,000 convicted felons by means of an auto-pen, on the eve of the election, which circumvented an earlier judicial ruling that prevented him from registering 200,000 felons without individual review. California has lax voter registration laws that allow online registration without a driver’s license or even an address which could explain the unusually large margin of victory for Hillary in that state.
If significant voter fraud is revealed in the 2016 election, this would shake the entire rotten foundation of the Democratic Party.
Chuck Morse is an author and radio talk show host. Chuck received the 2003 Communicator of the Year award from the National Right to Work Committee and was named a "Heavy 100" Radio Talk Host by Talkers Magazine. Chuck ran for Congress in Massachusetts against Barney Frank. For more of his reports — Click Here Now.