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Thursday, July 20, 2017

Podcast: The Phony Russia-Trump Narrative

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"The Phony Russia-Trump Narrative"


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Monday, July 17, 2017

Newsmax Column: Progressives Have Long History of Foreign Collusion

Progressives Have Long History of Foreign Collusion

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By Chuck MorseMonday, 17 Jul 2017 01:54 PMCurrent | Bio | Archive
Progressive commentators Rachel Maddow, Chris Matthews, Stephanie Miller, and their cacophonous coterie of smart sounding experts and political hacks toss around words like "collusion" "treason" "un-American" to describe a meeting that Donald Trump Jr. held with "the Russians" to gather opposition research, a minor scandal for sure, but they forget history.
They claim the moral high-ground and they are in full Dutch with their leftist memes on display, the cackles and the smirks, the overdose of smug. They want us to forget their decades of sycophantic support for the corrupt antics of Bill and Hillary Clinton and their greed, their suppression of investigations, their dubious interaction with foreign powers, their grasping for power.
They want us to forget that American officials, so-called progressives, their ideological predecessors, really did collude with "the Russians" in generations past, that those officials really were un-American traitors. The same types of progressives who now incessantly and mercilessly attack President Trump attacked and vilified those who sought to expose what was real collusion and treason back then.
I refer to the many prominent American officials holding high office in the Franklin D. Roosevelt Administration who were secretly colluding with Stalin. Indeed, most of those same officials were, in the de-facto sense, colluding with Adolf Hitler during the first two years of World War II, during the 1939-1941 Hitler-Stalin Pact.
That would include such prominent progressives as FDR’s under-Secretary of State Alger Hiss, under-Secretary of the Treasury Harry Dexter White, economic advisor Laughlin Curry, chief aide and diplomat Harry Hopkins and a lengthy list of agents and abettors of Stalin who had wormed their way into the government.
Back then, the progressives were not gloating about the congressional committees that were investigating and hearing testimony about real collusion such as the House un-American Activities Committee. They weren’t singing the praises of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover like they now crow about James Comey. Hoover investigated real "collusion" back then and, unlike Comey, he didn’t have an axe to grind.
There are profound differences between those progressives back then who put the interests of Communist Russia and, for a time, Nazi Germany, over that of their own country and the Russian hacking of the election today. Back then the progressives embraced the ideology of the enemy over the American way of life. They engaged in actions that benefited the Soviets and hurt America during World War II, actions that cost American lives. Stalin, and for that matter Hitler, were obviously much further to the left than is Vladimir Putin today. Of course, this real conspiracy is explained away by progressive historians who give these traitors a pass by labeling them as "idealistic."
Back then we had brave leaders such as Senator John F. Kennedy, Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, Senator Hubert Humphrey and Senator Lyndon B. Johnson who called out the colluders and who supported full investigations. They found themselves under attack by the same clique that is now, suddenly, wrapping themselves in the American flag as they try to cook up conspiracy theories against President Trump and his family. Back then they engaged in a massive campaign of deception and cover-up, now they have pulled out the microscope so they can look at every cell that might show the administration to be pro-Russian.
It’s as if there was a Russian under every bed!
Chuck Morse is a radio host who broadcasts live Thursday's at 10 a.m. ET at WMFO-Tufts. Chuck hosts the podcast "Chuck Morse Speaks" on iTunes and Stitcher and his books are available on Amazon.com. For more of his reports — Click Here Now.

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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Newsmax Column: Trump Opponents Attack His Family Members

Trump Opponents Attack His Family Members

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Donald Trump, Jr. (R) greets his father Donald Trump during the town hall debate at Washington Universityon October 9, 2016, in St Louis, Missouri. (Rick Wilking-Pool/Getty Images)
By Chuck MorseWednesday, 12 Jul 2017 03:56 PMCurrent | Bio | Archive
President Trump’s opponents know they can’t take him down by going after the agenda he was elected to deliver, an agenda that threatens the whole rotten edifice that they have so painstakingly constructed over the last century, so they attack him with a thousand cuts. It’s like the Lilliputians tying down Gulliver with a thousand tiny strands.
And their war against Trump is now turning ugly and personal as they harass him at his most vulnerable area by going after his children. They are uncovering minutiae, things that would have been overlooked if the perpetrator was a more acceptable establishment figure like, say, Hillary Clinton, or John McCain, or Elizabeth Warren. It seems that everything that Trump does, and now everything that his children do, they try to criminalize. It’s amazing, under the circumstances, that President Trump can function at all.
Hillary Clinton gets away with deleting approximately 33 thousand emails, emails that were under subpoena from the FBI, while somehow The New York Times gets a hold of Donald Trump Jr’s private emails and then publishes them no questions asked. Jared Kushner is called a criminal for forgetting to disclose an inconsequential meeting he attended with a Russian woman while Elizabeth Warren gets away with claiming to be a Native American.
Democrats use information fed to them by the Russians to discredit the Trump Campaign while Trump is accused of collusion with no evidence. The New York Times' "Cash Flowed to Clinton Foundation Amid Russian Uranium Deal," April 23, 2015, reported that Hillary Clinton, as Secretary of State, signed off on a uranium deal that allowed a Russian company to purchase American uranium and assume control over one fifth of American uranium production. The deal, partially hidden from the Obama administration, was followed by untold millions of dollars donated to the Clinton Foundation and a half a million dollar “honorarium” for former President Bill Clinton to speak in Moscow. But this would, of course, not constitute collusion with Russia.
Liberal Republicans in Congress, people like Speaker Paul Ryan, are going along by blocking President Trump's agenda to repeal Obamacare, cut taxes, and build the wall. Liberal commentators have contended that these Republicans never intended to repeal Obamacare, they only offered lip service expecting the Democrats, or one of their fellow liberals, to occupy the White House. They didn’t expect Trump to win and they are now exposed for the frauds that they are. These liberal commentators are right. Meanwhile, Americans are now faced with the advent of a government run healthcare system that will ration our care, tell us what we are allowed to receive, and letting us die as people do in all other socialized healthcare systems.
One consequence of the criminalization of Trump’s every move, a consequence that is unforeseen, is that if Trump goes down, and they are openly trying to take him down, all other office holders in the future will be subject to the same level of scrutiny. Going forward, any move an officeholder makes, and this will likely percolate down to state and local politics over time, can and will be criminalized by the opposition. Every time a politician talks to someone, every time they hold a meeting, every move they make will leave them open to criminal charges and this may include friends and family members. Our government will become paralyzed. Perhaps this is their goal.
Chuck Morse is a radio host who broadcasts live Thursday's at 10 a.m. ET at WMFO-Tufts. Chuck hosts the podcast "Chuck Morse Speaks" on iTunes and Stitcher and his books are available on Amazon.com. For more of his reports — Click Here Now.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

What if we lose President Trump?

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Podcast: Open Hillel at Tufts University

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"Open Hillel at Tufts University"


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Monday, July 3, 2017

Newsmax Column: By Exposing Media, Trump Might Make It More Honest

By Exposing Media, Trump Might Make It More Honest

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U.S. President Donald Trump steps off Air Force One upon arrival at Morristown Municipal Airport in Morristown, New Jersey, on July 1, 2017. (Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images)
By Chuck MorseMonday, 03 Jul 2017 06:02 PMCurrent | Bio | Archive
Media mandarins are whining about how President Trump’s tweets are an attack on the media but they miss the point. President Trump’s tweets are the media. My tweets are the media. All our tweets are the media. We can all now open a Twitter account for free and build our own media empire with our own network of friends and followers. President Trump has a Twitter following of over 30 million which means that he can directly reach ten times the number of people during a day than do most cable TV shows or newspapers.
By exposing the fake media, President Trump might ultimately force them to become more honest. They are realizing that they no longer hold a monopoly on the media and information highway. Every time President Trump sends out a “Twitter storm” which he tends to do in the early morning hours, it is amusing to listen to the “experts” on stations like MSNBC virtually go nuts with their rage and confusion.
We have entered a new media age and there is no turning back. Now anyone can be heard and the old-guard gate-keepers of information must now compete. Perhaps they might eventually respond to this democratic trend by going back to Journalism 101, by reporting the truth, and by doing the arduous and painstaking work of investigation. After all, how many times can they be exposed as liars and then expect to go on, business as usual?
The new media, which is mostly free and which is available to the average person, has already changed the course of history. Gone are the days when CBS Evening News anchor, “uncle” Walter Cronkite could opine from his high and mighty perch intoning, like he was Moses descending from Sinai, and that’s the way it is. Cronkite biographer, Douglas Brinkley pretty much let the cat out of the bag in terms of how biased and left-wing old uncle Walter was.
Now the responsibility for investigating corruption has fallen into the hands of figures such as YouTube star James O’Keefe and his Project Veritas. O’Keefe and his team, operating undercover, exposed voter fraud in the 2016 election. They did this by filming examples that could, as such, not be refuted. Two Democratic operatives, Scott Foval and Robert Creamer, lost their jobs after a Project Veritas sting that exposed them allegedly trying to create violence that would then fit the media smear against Trump.
The old liberal media responds with an unprecedented war against President Donald Trump, a war that goes well beyond the bounds of responsible journalism, a war that nips at the edges of outright sedition. They continue with their phony British accents talking about the “crisis” that “pervades the country” and the unhealthy milieu that has dominated since the election. They make dark innuendo comparing the president to Hitler and then they wonder why there has been in increase in violence against Republicans and why there are now cases where a gunman, a known liberal, shoots Republican Rep. Steve Scalise at a baseball game.
The old liberal media has every right to investigate and criticize the president and his administration but, maybe, they might consider focusing on the issues? Let them criticize Trump’s policies on taxes, immigration, regulations, trade, and healthcare. This probably won’t happen anytime soon as they are no doubt cognizant of the likelihood that they would lose those arguments. Thus, they resort to personal smear and conspiracy theories. And, thus, we react by learning the ways and means of the new media to expose what is true and what is fake.
Chuck Morse is a radio host who broadcasts live Thursday's at 10 a.m. ET at WMFO-Tufts. Chuck hosts the podcast "Chuck Morse Speaks" on iTunes and Stitcher and his books are available on Amazon.com. For more of his reports — Click Here Now.