Tuesday, March 03, 2015
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Rep. Louie Gohmert: Thank you and bless you for standing up for the Constitution.

On the floor of the House tonight, Gohmert said:

Protecting the Constitution means -- if we don't save the balance of power, then this little experiment with democracy or the republic, madam, as Benjamin Franklin referred to it, will be lost. ...

This president didn't even have the gumption to write an executive order and sign it. He spoke his new amnesty law into being and then Jeh Johnson did a memo. That took the power of Congress away from us.

So the question on acting responsibly is, do we make that message clear: We're not having laws spoken into being in this country, and having some bureacrat, unelected, come around with a memo that undoes laws by different Congresses, all these years, signed by different presidents -- with a memo! Come on!

It's time to act responsibly. Now is the time. Please, I know party divisions run deep but stand with us for the Constitution.



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FDR's decision to "normalize" diplomatic relations with Stalin's dictatorship of blood on November 16, 1933 is the seminal event in modern American history, I argue in American Betrayal -- one reason I was very happy to participate in the 80th commemoration of the event presented by CSP, hosted by Frank Gaffney, and also featuring M. Stanton Evans, Chris Farrell, and Stephen Coughlin. The moral, intellectual and strategic repercussions plague us to this minute.

From American Betrayal,...

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It is rather hilarious, in a mirthless way, to hear Learned Professors still attempting to maintain the domain of "Cold War Studies" as a rather sterile realm in which the Rosenbergs, Hiss and lesser known "spies" lurked, only stealing secret formulas, never actually influencing anything, certainly not the course of American strategy or the movement of world events. In this same realm, Joseph McCarthy remains wrong about everything. My book American Betrayal takes, shall we say, a broader view. 

Well, the Learned Professors say, maybe McCarthy wasn't wrong about everything -- not "the larger point," as Prof. Harvey Klehr recently semi-conceded,...

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From the New York Daily "News":

Trying to explain his controversial comments that President Obama doesn’t love America, Rudy Giuliani said Friday that he believes the President has been influenced by communism and socialism.

“Look, this man was brought up basically in a white family, so whatever he learned or didn’t learn, I attribute this more to the influence of communism and socialism” than to his race, Giuliani told the Daily News.

“I don’t (see) this President as being particularly a product of African-American society or something like that. He isn’t,” the former mayor added. “Logically, think about his background... The ideas that are troubling me and are leading to this come from communists with whom he associated when he was 9 years old” through family connections.

When Obama was 9, he was living...

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The unhinged attack of American Betrayal -- curiously, as noted, led by ex-Communists -- made much of my "occupation" metaphor. This would be the "occupation" of Washington by a Soviet intelligence army of literally hundreds of covert American agents who became embedded in the halls of power during the Roosevelt years, working on behalf of global Communism as led by Stalin's dictatorship. 

The evidence that sparks the metaphor is actually overwhelming. In fact, it is a rather obvious conclusion to draw, even if it has...

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