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Thursday, March 16, 2017

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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

How to spot fake news part 1

Monday, March 13, 2017

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McCarthyism of Al Franken, Left Undermines American Interests

McCarthyism of Al Franken, Left Undermines American Interests

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U.S. Senator Joseph McCarthy (1909-57). (AFP/AFP/Getty Images)
By Chuck MorseMonday, 13 Mar 2017 12:53 PMMore Posts by Chuck Morse
Senator Al Franken, D-Minnesota, while pushing the fake conspiracy theory that the Trump campaign was colluding with Russia, routinely asks Republican nominees if they had any Russian contacts. He asked Attorney General nominee Jeff Sessions if he had contact with Russians on behalf of the Trump campaign. Sessions answered honestly when he said no, however, and as is normal for any Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, he had plenty of contact with the Russian Ambassador in that capacity. If the Democrats are successful in pulling off their Russia hoax, then Franken and the Democrats might be able to make the case for perjury.
They have not, however, made the case as even Obama Director of Intelligence James Clapper admits that his investigation of these charges came up with no evidence.
The tactic employed by Franken harkens back to the congressional hearings hosted by Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, R-Wisconsin, back in the 1950’s, when he asked government officials if they had contact with Russia, except for one difference.
Joe McCarthy was right.
Senators John F. Kennedy, D-Mass., Lyndon B. Johnson, D-Texas, Hubert H. Humphrey, D-Minnesota, as well as others inside and outside of government agreed with McCarthy’s contention that many government employees, starting in the 1930’s, had secretly colluded with Soviet Russia. Indeed, the de-classified Venona intercepts and the opening of Russian archives in the 1990’s proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that American officials did collude with Communist Russia. Many of those same officials, among them FDR’s Under Secretary of State Alger Hiss and his Under Secretary of the Treasury Harry Dexter White, had put the interests of both Stalin and, I might add, Adolf Hitler over those of their own country in the first two years of World War II.
It was during this period, Aug. 1939-June 1941, that the international left was essentially allied with Nazi Germany. After the war, the clear majority of Americans, including many prominent liberals, wanted this conspiracy investigated. The far left mocked Americans, accusing them of paranoia, of seeing a Red under every bed.
Now the shoe is on the other foot. Now the left sees a Russian under every bed.
But in a sense the enemies of McCarthy back then are the same as the enemies of President Donald Trump today. They sought to destroy McCarthy for his audacity in defending American interests in the same way that they now seek to damage Trump’s ability to do the same, to put Americans and American interests first. The American far left supported Stalin and Hitler back then because of a misguided and amoral belief in world order. Today the left supports open borders for the same reasons. Both then and now they seek to subsume the national interest and, I might point out, their own personal interests in exchange for some demented and artificial fantasy of an authoritarian international order of absolute equality.
When Joe McCarthy took on those who had secretly supported Hitler and Stalin, he was standing up for the same principles back then that Donald Trump is standing up for today.
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.

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

The Chuck Morse Letter: Newsmax Media



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Mar 7, 2017

Much to the chagrin of the legions of Trump haters, the anti-Semite who perpetrated at least eight of the recent spate of bomb threats against Jewish Community Centers turns out to have been a leftist, an activist who sports a tattoo of Malcolm X.

Mar 3, 2017

Speaking at CPAC, Trump strategist Steve Bannon named the deconstruction of the administrative state as a primary goal of the Trump Administration. This set the left into a fiery paroxysm of rage.

Feb 27, 2017

Trump's refusal to kowtow to political correctness, the totalitarian idea which places every American under a microscope in a search for a racist gene, had neutralized the biggest weapon in the left-wing arsenal.

Feb 22, 2017

A meme permeating the leftist firmament compares President Donald Trump to famous fascists and dictators, including Hitler.

Feb 13, 2017

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.

Feb 7, 2017

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.

Jan 30, 2017

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.

Jan 23, 2017

Obamacare, with its authoritarian confiscatory mandates and with its increasing premiums and deductibles, should be replaced by a free-market model that would insure more Americans at affordable rates while restoring competition and choice.


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Leftist Anti-Semitism of Marx Drove JCC Bomb Threat Suspect

Leftist Anti-Semitism of Marx Drove JCC Bomb Threat Suspect

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Persons believed to be family of Juan Thompson, who was arrested early Friday and charged with Cyberstalking, exit the Thomas Eagleton Federal courthouse Friday, March 3, 2017, in St. Louis.(AP Photo/Tom Gannam)
By Chuck MorseTuesday, 07 Mar 2017 11:10 AMMore Posts by Chuck Morse
Much to the chagrin of the legions of Trump haters, the anti-Semite who allegedy perpetrated at least eight of the recent spate of bomb threats against Jewish Community Centers turns out to have been a leftist, an activist who sports a tattoo of Malcolm X. Juan Thompson’s Twitter profile includes a Malcolm X quote: "You show me a capitalist, I’ll show you a bloodsucker."
While anti-Semitism is itself an extremely complex subject, this event ought to serve as an educational opportunity to study the left-wing variant. After all, if the shoe were on the other foot, if Juan Thompson was a white male Trump supporter committing these crimes we would never have heard the end of it.
Karl Marx gave birth to modern leftist anti-Semitism with his infamous pamphlet "On the Jewish Question," published in 1843. This anti-Semitic tract, which would inform and inspire a young Austrian bohemian artist and street urchin by the name of Adolf Hitler, was re-published under the title "A World Without Jews." Marx gave a scientific veneer to already existing conspiracy theories about Jews which had the effect of making anti-Semitism acceptable and even fashionable in progressive circles.
Marx wrote: What is the secular basis of Judaism? Practical need, self-interest. What is the worldly religion of the Jew? Huckstering. What is his worldly God? Money.
The pamphlet begins with Marx railing against Judaism as a religion that fosters separation which he viewed as an obstacle to his collectivist premise. He then condemns practical need and self-interest which he viewed as traits invented by Judaism. This is his attack on the self-interested individual who would be resistant to the self-sacrifice required for collectivism. His claim that Judaism advocates Huckstering is a condemnation of the free trade of goods and services as well as ideas which is natural to the transactions of free men and free societies. His claim that Judaism worships money is an attack on the institution of private property as money represents an abstract form of property and as a means of exchange.
Marx believed that by abolishing Judaism, or by making Judaism impossible as he praised it, individuals and societies would forget these ideas, which he considered to be false consciousness, and that society would thus progress, as he defined progress, toward the ultimate Utopian society of the one world ant colony, In a nutshell, Marx hated Judaism because he believed, and rightfully, that Judaism fostered individual identity and accomplishment through education, family, and through the worship of an immutable God that could not be manipulated by the corrupting hand of man.
Marx felt that Judaism, by spreading these ideas, which he labeled as false, had corrupted Christianity, and the United States. Indeed, Christianity and America had embraced to a high degree ideas which Marx condemned as Jewish because they are universal and true. Marx sought to annihilate that which was true to build his false utopia. In a style that represents classic leftism to this day, Marx projected these ideas onto Judaism to make his case that these ideas were unnatural or artificial.
The Malcolm X quote, "You show me a capitalist, I’ll show you a bloodsucker," found on Juan Thompson’s Twitter profile, contains the Marxist conspiracy theory that provides the foundation for the entire Marxist edifice. The entire house of Marxism is built on this premise which is that the capitalist, the person who owns and accumulates capital, has done so by exploiting those who own or accumulate less capital than him. He has invented such things as self-interest, huckstering, or the right to trade, money, faith, family, and any institution that fosters individuality, as part of a conspiracy to exploit. Marx viewed religion itself, belief in God, as a form of false consciousness created by exploiters which is what he meant when he wrote that religion is the opiate of the masses.
Marx blamed the creation of these ideas on Judaism and he believed that by annihilating Judaism these ideas would wither away, to use his phrase, and that mankind would finally enter the last stage of progress, the one world bee hive. His letters and columns also indicate that he hated Jews because in his mind Jews embodied everything that he was not, self-made people who lifted themselves up from their bootstraps often in the face of adversity and hardship.
Today, Marx's brand of anti-Semitism has infected the thinking of many people on both the left and the right, not to mention of many Muslims. Echoes of this brand of anti-Semitism can be heard in those who rail against corporate interests or the “millionaires and billionaires.”
Indeed, this form of anti-Semitism might be an animating factor in this irrational and visceral hatred that many people hold toward Donald Trump even though Trump is not Jewish.
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.

Witches to curse Donald Trump?


Within hours of Donald Trump’s election, the Satanic Temple in Salem, Mass. experienced an unprecedented spike in membership according to co-founder Lucien Greaves. Satanists played a visible role in the anti-Trump rallies the day after the inauguration. The Huffington Post reports that witches nationwide are now planning a coordinated series of curses on Donald Trump. Is Satanism going mainstream?

The cultural ground seems fertile for such a phenomenon as large numbers of liberals appear to be trapped into a seemingly permanent paroxysm of hate since the election. Their rage against Trump and what he represents, a return to Judeo-Christian values, a re-assertion of national sovereignty, the advancement of right and wrong with his advocacy of the progressive principle of America first, could be described as at least philosophically satanic. These nihilistic sentiments are internalized by many otherwise rational people. Anti-Judeo-Christian values, anti-Capitalism, longtime staples of the radical left, are seeping into and corrupting the minds and souls of the average unwitting and unconscious liberal and the results look ugly on them.

I have observed this phenomenon in my own recent dealings with liberals. I have noticed changes in them since the election, an election which seems to be drawing out the worst tendencies in many liberals I know. Those tendencies were no doubt always there but they were under wraps in the Obama years perhaps because of their unconscious understanding that their guy was then in charge.

I’ve noticed liberal friends embracing identity politics and an identity outlook on life. Now, suddenly, as if a light went off in their brains, they are talking about some person in the news doing or saying something because they are white or a man. As they embrace the preposterous agitprop that Donald Trump has something against black men and women, or something against any other collective designation, they now think they know something about another person’s inner life or motives. They subtly embrace Marxist conspiracy theories about “exploitation” and “appropriation.” They feel emboldened to describe the president and others associated with hum in hateful and increasingly vulgar terms as their social gatherings take on the ambiance of a Nazi rally.

The main principle of Satanism is the nihilistic anarchistic idea that everything in the universe should be turned on its head as the means to discover truths. Out of chaos comes order.  The Satanic Mass worships Lucifer instead of Christ and its rituals and symbolism are literally reversed. That which is good becomes evil and vice versa. At the core of this belief lies the principle that objective morality, a moral code given by God that is, as such, beyond the reach of human manipulation, does not exist. Satanism holds that reason, belief in God, and respect for institutions that foster freedom and virtue such as faith, family, property, and sovereignty are forms of prejudice or what Karl Marx referred to as forms of false consciousness.

Of course, the average Trump hater is more often unwitting to these influences. They will often vehemently deny a rejection of God, family, property etc. They should ask themselves, exactly, why they are filled with such a hatred for Donald Trump. By asking such a question, perhaps they might start to wake up.    

Monday, March 6, 2017

The Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy

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Friday, March 3, 2017

Trump to Dismantle Century of Administrative State Control

Trump to Dismantle Century of Administrative State Control

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White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus (R) and White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon (L) leave after a conversation during the Conservative Political Action Conference at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center February 23, 2017, in National Harbor, Maryland. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)
By Chuck MorseFriday, 03 Mar 2017 05:03 PMMore Posts by Chuck Morse
Speaking at CPAC, Trump's chief strategist Steve Bannon named the deconstruction of the administrative state as a primary goal of the Trump administration. This set the left into a fiery paroxysm of rage. Bannon observed, “If you think they are giving you your country back without a fight, you are sadly mistaken.”
We have, indeed, lost much of our country. We have lost measures of freedom as a self-governing people to the administrative state to which Bannon refers. This vast, well-heeled network of bureaucracy hives its way into positions of influence and control over many aspects of our lives. The 20th Century witnessed the emergence of this informal style of government where power is transferred from elected officials to appointed and self-appointed people and groups. This informal power, which includes government agencies that have assumed sovereign power along with private sector national and increasingly international groups, has been called the Eastern Seaboard Liberal Establishment, the Military-Industrial Complex, the New World Order and other euphemisms.
The Trump administration's call for deconstruction constitutes a declaration of war against a century of power transfer to a growing, unelected, unaccountable, and often perpetual and interlocking bureaucracy that interfaces with powerful and wealthy private sector organizations and players. The unelected fiat government includes judges, appointed for life, who bypass laws crafted by Congress and sovereign agencies such as the Federal Reserve, which assumes the awesome power to issue currency and determine the value of the dollar. The Consumer Financial Protection Agency is such an agency, one which assumes arguably extra-constitutional powers to interfere with private business.
The liberal establishment gained its first major beachhead in 1912 with the election of Woodrow Wilson who presided over the creation of the Federal Reserve and the passage of the 16th Amendment that allowed the Federal Government to tax our income directly. The 16th Amendment also established non-profit foundations, most of which have used their considerable wealth to influence the government and move the culture toward the authoritarian left.
Informal government picked up steam in 1933 when Franklin D. Roosevelt was granted emergency powers by Congress, powers he used to create sovereign agencies that seized authority over policy and, as such, over various aspects of the life of the citizen. Harry S. Truman advanced the trend in 1948 with the creation, by executive order, of the National Security State which includes the CIA, the NSA, and the National Security Council. This established what Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy Professor Michael Glennon calls The Double Government. Elements of this so-called double government are at war with President Trump.
Lyndon Johnson further advanced the agenda in the 1960’s by creating agencies that consolidated federal control over welfare, health, and education. Richard Nixon federalized environmental control with the EPA and OSHA. Jimmy Carter created the Department of Education and George W. Bush signed the USA Patriot Act which began the process of federalizing law enforcement, a trend that was further advanced by Barack Obama.
President Donald Trump and Congress were elected by the people to make and sign laws. The dismantling of the administrative state means a return of governing responsibilities, as mandated by the U.S. Constitution, to those we democratically elected to represent our interests under the limitations of the Constitution. We should acknowledge the forces that are arrayed against our elected government and we should support the president's effort to deconstruct the administrative, unelected, unaccountable state if we care about preserving and protecting freedom.
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.