Anti-Prog takes on D.C. raison d'être

Read, reduce, repeal, reform


Is Obama a DINO?

Obama judged repeatedly by the company he keeps
Cornel West is a leading U.S. Marxist academic and activist. He is an honorary chair of Democratic Socialists of America. His involvement in the DSA can be traced back to 1977 at which time he was a contributor to the newsletter of the Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee Religion and Socialism Committee. DSOC would later become the largest socialist organization in the U.S., the DSA. In 1983 he was at Union Theological Seminary.

In the mid 1990s Cornel West was a contributing editor to Oakland based Institute for Social and Economic Studies - sponsor of CrossRoads magazine. Among the goals of the magazine was, seeking to "promote dialogue and build new alliances among progressives and leftists... and to bring diverse Marxist and socialist traditions to bear..." In 1994, West was listed as one of over 100 New Party activists credited with building the New Party. This was the same organization which in 1996 would put its weight behind candidate for the Illinois State Senate, Barack Obama.
(from keywiki.org)

Zo takes on Sheryl Crow

Every Obamaday is a winding road to serfdom


Obama makes breathtaking promise

Vows Man Will Walk on Pie in the Sky by 2016
Washington, D.C.--In a televised address, President Obama announced a national goal that "man will walk on pie in the sky" by 2016 and at last fulfill the universal dream of getting something for nothing.

"Leftist philosophers have long looked to the pie in the sky as an inspiration for policy proposals," said Obama. "The pie's crust crust has enticed generations of wistful social engineers to craft half-baked schemes to reach its glistening and delicious gooey filling, and spread it around here on earth. And today I declare that dream will become a reality by the end of my second term."
(from optoons.blogspot.com)

Germany, AK-47, Biafra

On this day: July 6
The last remaining Jewish enterprises in Germany are closed (1939)

The AK-47 goes into production in the Soviet Union (1947)

Nigerian forces invade Biafra, beginning the war (1967)

b: Ernst Busch (1885), Wojciech Jaruzelski (1923), George W. Bush (1945); d: John Marshall (1835), Nestor Makhno (1934), János Kádár (1989)

Community Organizing for the New Progressive Era
Related Posts with Thumbnails