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Cultural Marxism and the Origins of ‘Modern’ Sexual Morality

Here’s some “light viewing” to go with the morning coffee (eeeee), courtesy of Blogger Adam Cahn. Adam has this posted on his site and provides some bulleted highlights (can I still use the word ‘bulleted?’)  Go check them out whether you think you have time to watch this or not.  Odds are good you’ll make …

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The WikiWellian Memory Hole – How Inconvenient Truths are Flushed

H/T Godfather Politics for this article, after an alert reader noticed that the Wiki Piece linking the New Obama campaign slogan “FORWARD” with a history of Socialism was suddenly marked for deletion! Apparently, The One is very sensitive about people getting the wrong idea concerning his shiny new slogan, and having its sordid history exposed. …

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FORWARD: Socialism or Death! Are You Serious Mr President? Are You Serious?

Barry the Marxist and Joe the Gaffer rolled out a new campaign slogan today, but just like most ideas from the left, it has an old and tarnished history. H/T the Drudge Report, for picking up on the Washington Times article titled New Obama Slogan Has Long Ties To Marxism, Socialism, and adding the rather …

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HB 1403 Is Good Law For The International Baccalaureate Program

“You know your in the IB if your school has this traffic sign posted in the parking lot: Caution: Kids might throw themselves in front of your car.”—Unknown Jeffrey Beard, director general of the International Baccalaureate Organization writes today in our own local Union Leader. Mr. Beard extols IB virtues and advocates for schools to adopt …

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Stieg Larsson Is A Dead Marxist

I managed to cram all 590 pages of Stieg Larsson’s book ‘The girl with the dragon tattoo’ into my reading diet and let me say this; if you can get past the first 190 pages the next 400 are worth the time. I enjoyed the bulk of the book immensely, despite the fact that I was trapped in “the reading room” and that it was written by a now dead Marxist.