Discover the Networks

From David Horowitz:

Discover the Networks

5 responses

  1. Cool, That’s going to be useful, especially this year.


    1. Yeah, I can’t wait to peruse it! :grin:

      I put it in my blogroll, too.


  2. Obama’s Stink Tank

    I’d never heard of Mr. Park, but knowing the redbird who appointed him (to a position he himself created on his very first day in office), I had my suspicions. So I did a little checking. Todd Park had been the Chief Technology officer at Health & Human Services since 2009. But he also serves as a Senior Fellow at John Podesta’s Center For American Progress, a George Soros-funded incubator promulgating “Progressive Ideas For A Strong, Just & Free America.” There’s that pesky noun again, the one that pops up around damn near everybody associated with Barack Obama—’Progressive,’ that obfuscating modern synonym for the ‘S’ word, a unit of language never itself used by real socialists for fear they be unceremoniously booted from the corridors of power by the citizens they are intent on bamboozling.


    1. ~sigh~

      Podesta’s most lasting contribution to the leftist cause came through his promotion of a strategy that White House aides dubbed “Project Podesta.” This was a system that enabled the Clintons to push through unpopular policies that neither Congress nor the American people wanted. Its implementation marked a dramatic tilt in the balance of power, giving the executive branch an unprecedented ability to force its will on the legislative branch.

      Project Podesta enabled the President to bypass Congress through the use of executive orders, presidential decision directives, White-House-sponsored lawsuits, vacancy appointments to high federal office, selective regulatory actions against targeted corporations, and a host of other extra-constitutional tactics.


  3. Hip, Hip Hoo-Red

    Included among the posters, hung for Black History Month…is one in which the D.C. courts — the federally funded judicial branch of the D.C. government — honor eight “Black Women Paving the Way to Greatness in Politics.”

    One of these personifications of “greatness,” however, comes as a shock, especially in the context of a court of law. It is none other than Angela Davis, a black activist who came to prominence in the 1960s as a leader of the Communist Party U.S.A. and the radical black group the Black Panther Party. Ms. Davis was such a high profile communist in the latter days of the Cold War that she was awarded the so-called “Lenin Peace Prize,” given to her in a Moscow ceremony by Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev himself.


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