Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Trump racist? No way!


GUEST: Chuck Morse

CONTACT: 617-271-5044, chuckmorse4@gmail.com 

Chuck Morse CREDS
Hosts the podcast Chuck Morse Speaks on BlogTalkRadio and iTunes, and the TV show Chuck Morse Speaks on YouTube
Author of several books, including:

Author Page:  Books by Chuck Morse
Columnist:  Published in The Boston Globe, The Washington Times, The Providence Journal, WND, Newsmax and Front Page. 
Challenged Rep. Barney Frank in Massachusetts for Congress in 2004 

Trump racist? No way!
In commenting on Judge Gonzalo Curiel, the presiding in the Trump University case, Donald Trump should have based his conflict of interest claim on the fact that the judge has an association with La Raza, a radical group that seeks to erase the US/Mexico border. This would have been a no brainer given Trump’s well-known call to strengthen the border.

Instead Trump foolishly raised the Mexican ethnicity of Judge Curiel and, by doing so, he handed a weapon to his enemies who have all along been agitating that Trump and his followers have something against people because of their race or ethnicity. Yet is this the case? Indeed does not such a judgement against Trump constitute a double standard?

Firstly, obviously, Trump has nothing, absolutely nothing, against any man or women because of their race or ethnicity. His business career and his personal life show no evidence of any such bias. Indeed Trump admires excellence, character and accomplishment over such collective questions as race or ethnicity. Trump admires success and there is no evidence that he has ever considered a person’s race or ethnicity as a determent to their success.

Indeed, the hypocritical left and the Democrats are obsessed with race and ethnicity, a bias which has been expressed by Supreme Court Justice Sonya Sotomayor who has referred to herself as a wise Latina and as possessing a Latina soul which, she claims, has instructed her judicial decisions. Indeed liberal talk show hosts often become obsessed with the race, ethnicity and gender of candidates for office or judicial nominees as if this would actually make a difference in their governing philosophy or competence for the job.  Many on the left are, truly, racist in the classic definition of the term in that they actually believe that a person’s race means that have a different consciousness and are, as such, literally different.

While Trump can be rude and even crude, this should not be confused with racial bias. Indeed Trump represents a set of principles that would encourage minorities to further participation in the American dream. This includes his plans to protect American labor and jobs from unfair foreign competition, his favoring of pro-business regulation and low taxes which would help more people get into business and would help domestic corporations to expand and hire more people. Trump would encourage faith and the traditional family, two institutions that would further empower minorities in the real sense.

The left, on the other hand, offers minorities two things and those are welfare and abortion.
Communism is not dead 
by Chuck Morse

Veteran award-winning radio host and author Chuck Morse examines the philosophy and psychology of the communist oriented left in his new groundbreaking book Communism is not dead - The Communist conspiracy in the 21st Century.

Countering the modern tradition of psychologizing the right, a trend that was launched in the 1930's with the Frankfurt School of Social Research at Columbia University, Mr. Morse responds with a vigerous and comprehensive analysis of the psychology of the left and its impact on nations and societies beginning with the French Reign of Terror. 

Communism is not dead includes the following themes: 

* The leftist nature of Nazism. 
The psychology of the leftist. 
* The impact of leftism on America.

* A philosophical history of communism 
* The definition of genuine political and social progress.

Schedule an interview with Chuck Morse: (617) 271-5044 chuckmorse4@gmail.com 
Chuck Morse host the podcast and TV show "Chuck Morse Speaks." He is the author of several non-fiction books and columns that have been published in The Boston Globe, The Washington Times, The Providence Journal, the New Bedford Standard Times, WND, Newsmax and Front Page. Chuck Morse 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. Morse ran for Congress in 2004 against Rep. Barney Frank in Massachusetts.

Chuck Morse speaks on several topics covered in his books which  may be viewed and purchased at Books by Chuck Morse

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