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Thursday, March 2, 2017

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Monday, February 27, 2017

Trump Disarmed the Left's Chief Weapon: Political Correctness

Trump Disarmed the Left's Chief Weapon: Political Correctness

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President Donald Trump arrives at the National Governors Association meeting in the State Dining Room of the White House February 27, 2017, Washington, D.C. (Aude Guerrucci-Pool/Getty Images)
By Chuck MorseMonday, 27 Feb 2017 01:19 PMMore Posts by Chuck Morse
The slogan that is mindlessly and endlessly intoned by the automations on the left and their media mouthpieces to describe President Donald Trump is “racist, sexist, xenophobe.” While I will discuss the second and the third charges in future columns, the charge of racist will be addressed here first since this ugly mantra is beginning to seep into the minds and the lexicon of otherwise well-meaning mainstream liberals.
Donald Trump and his movement represent the exact opposite of racism and identity politics overall. Indeed, Donald Trump, in his career as a businessman, has a long record of promoting people based upon talent and accomplishment and not on race. In fact, Trump is the most color-blind president in modern times and this is likewise the case with his movement. When Trump says that his core agenda as president is to place the interests of all Americans first he means just that, all Americans.
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. Up until Trump, the left was confident in their ability to destroy the reputation of anyone who didn’t goose-step in their direction by accusing them of having something against a person or group of people because of their race, gender, ethnicity etc. Indeed, the left's advancement of this informal form of tyranny reinforced their own race obsession.
The politically correct weapon, which went largely unchallenged by the quivering opposition until the advent of Donald Trump, served to deflect, perhaps unconsciously, the genuinely racist ideas and policies of the left spanning over a half a century. A perfect example of this type of leftist projection was represented in the policies and persona of former President Barack Obama who presided over an increase in poverty and crime in the black community. Obama routinely responded to racial tensions and incidents that may have been racially motivated by throwing gasoline on the fire. More fundamentally, Obama depended on the old leftist strategy of race division and dialectic to advance his political agenda and to line the pockets of one of his core constituencies, the massive billion-dollar cottage industry of public and non-profit agencies that feed off the social problems that they share a responsibility in creating and perpetrating.
Obama presided over the establishment of the Soros financed group Black Lives Matter which, rather than working toward improving race relations, advocated violence against police officers while aligning themselves with other violence prone leftist groups.
Then comes Donald Trump, the individual entrepreneur who seeks to implement that which works for all Americans. Trump understands that the best social program is a job and that the best cure for social ills, including racism, is self-sufficiency and individual opportunity and accomplishment. This is reflected in his approach to public education, law enforcement, religious freedom, and policies that protect domestic American industry and labor.
President Trump and his movement pose as a genuine threat to the elitist leftist agenda as he disarms them by knocking the politically correct hand-grenade out of their hands. The more successful the Trump movement is, the more successful America becomes and the more the Trump movement grows, the crazier and the more violent the political correctness group will get. This is because the rejection of political correctness by Americans, the return to individualism, threatens to expose the real racists and their racist agenda.
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.

Friday, February 24, 2017

Leftist Theme of Trump as Fascist Absurd, Ahistorical

Leftist Theme of Trump as Fascist Absurd, Ahistorical

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President Donald Trump and Melania Trump stand together during a campaign rally on February 18, 2017, in Melbourne, Florida. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
By Chuck MorseWednesday, 22 Feb 2017 02:04 PMMore Posts by Chuck Morse
A meme permeating the leftist firmament compares President Donald Trump to famous fascists and dictators, including Hitler. This obscenity is promoted by the likes of Robert B. Reich in his columns and, ironically, by billionaire George Soros, who as a teenager helped Nazis systemically murder Jews in his native Hungary, as he revealed in an interview on 60 Minutes. I respond as an American Jew who lost previous generations of family members to the Nazi Holocaust.
Trump is not like Hitler because Trump is not that far to the left. Despite the occasional rhetorical regression to the left, such as drawing moral equivalence between the United States and Putin’s Russia during an interview with Bill O’Reilly, or marking Holocaust remembrance without mentioning Jews, President Trump is a true conservative. As such, he is more ideologically distant from Nazism than, say, Robert B. Reich and his fellow authoritarians.
In fact, President Trump threatens to dismantle the nanny state the American left has worked so hard to build. Such American style nanny-statism, sans the anti-Semitism, was the hallmark of Nazi Germany. The Nazis controlled health, education, welfare, policing, the media, academia, cultural institutions, and as many aspects of the lives of their citizens as possible. Conservatives advocate the opposite, smaller government and individual responsibility. While Nazism was anti-Christian and certainly anti-Jewish, a trait the American left seems to emulate in more subtle forms, conservatives tend to view rights as emanating from God and not the state. Indeed, this principle was well articulated by President Trump in his inaugural speech.
To set the historic record straight, Nazism and Fascism were accurately viewed as leftwing progressive movements in the years leading up to World War II. This becomes more apparent with a study of Hitler’s speeches, his call for dismantling corporations, his rant against private ownership and wealth. If the word “Jew” were replaced in those speeches with words like “corporate interests” they sound an awful lot like Elizabeth Warren.
The American far left was pro-Hitler and pro-Stalin circa 1939-1941, the first years of World War II. Only when the Nazi Socialist Hitler double-crossed his fellow leftist, his communist ally Stalin on June 22, 1941, with a full-scale Nazi invasion of Soviet Russia known as Operation Barbarossa, did Nazism suddenly become “right-wing.” The American far left responded to that invasion by changing, literally overnight, from the peace party to the party of super-hawks and patriots.
When the left hurls “Hitler” at Trump they are, to use a Freudian term, projecting. Indeed, this is often the case with the left. It is observable that often the things that they are screaming about the loudest are the things that they are themselves covering up. Most leftists are not often not conscious of their own culpability. Yet this in no way excuses their lies, especially when they accuse an American leader of being a Nazi.
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, February 20, 2017

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

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.