The Culture of Collectivism

True Progs will do or say anything for The Cause


(via soopermexican's YouTube channel)

Rx: Repeal The Progressive Era

Michael Walsh mounts the ramparts
You’re on to something I’ve been advocating for years now.

And that is the repeal of all four of the so-called “Progressive Era” amendments, including the 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th, which were passed between 1911 and 1920.

• The income-tax amendment was a self-evident attack on capitalism and led to the explosive growth of the federal government we currently enjoy today. (Without it, there’d be no need for a Balanced Budget Amendment.)

Direct elections of senators has given us, among other wonders, the elevation of John F. Kerry to, now, secretary of state.

Prohibition was directly responsible for the rise of organized crime and its unholy alliance with the big-city Democratic machines.

• And women’s suffrage ... well, let’s just observe that without it Barack Obama could never have become president. Time for the ladies to take one for the team.
(full story at nationalreview.com)

Obama's Main Complaint: We The People

'The problem is ... I am not Emperor of The United States'


Do Not Buy From The Enemedia

Joe Dan Gorman takes on the Dominant Leftwing-Prog Media Complex


“Obama is not the problem. Our criminal media is the problem. Obama is a consequence of the problem. And make no mistake, the media will keep replacing him until we replace them.”
(via moonbattery.com)

Prohibition Fail, Huey Newton, Stimulus Package

On this day: February 17
The Blaine Act ends Prohibition in the U.S. (1933)

The Voice of America begins to transmit radio broadcasts into the Soviet Union (1947)

President Barack Obama signs into law the $787 billion Stimulus Package in Denver, Colorado.

b: André Maginot (1877), Hans Morgenthau (1904), Jim Brown (1936), Huey P. Newton (1942); d: Khalid Abdul Muhammad (2001)

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