Five Books on WWII & Soviet Subversion that Challenge Ken Burns’ ‘The Roosevelts’ Documentary

By: Benjamin Weingarten The Blaze Recently we noted that there was little if any dissent when it came to the efficacy of President Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal policies as portrayed in Ken Burns’ “The Roosevelts” series, providing several titles challenging the pollyannaish view put forth. Amity Shlaes, an author of one of the books on our list, “The Forgotten Man,” followed up with two recommendations of her … [Read more...]

Diana West: On Ken Burns’ ‘The Roosevelts’ Blinding History

Blinding History By: Diana West For logic-minded Americans still genuinely puzzled as to how it could be that our presidents and secretaries of state and generals and pundits keep hammering home the big lie that Islam has nothing to do with jihad, that the religion of conquest is a "religion of peace," I have a special warning. Such widespread, politics- and mass-media-driven brainwashing is nothing new. Just … [Read more...]

How Pharisaical FDR Used ‘Neighborliness’ to Sell Despotism at Christmas

One can read about it succinctly in The Nation (where the Cloward-Piven plan of devastating America for Marxism was also articulated). "The spirit of neighborliness" became Franklin Roosevelt's pretext in Christmastime chats, for government racketeering, a plague that robs us of our means to be neighborly. The extortion of money, that is, from those with resources, to build the power of those who use their gains … [Read more...]

Gingrich Fights Glenn Beck’s Assault for his Kind Words of Roosevelts

UPDATE: For further substantiation of Glenn Beck's apparent duplicity, this comes from the daily email, today: Santorum DROPS OUT: Today Rick Santorum finally dropped out of the race. He had a great run and handled himself well. Apparently Newt Gingrich thinks he’s still got a shot, comparing himself to Masters champion Bubba Watson. While Newt remains in la-la land, Mitt Romney all but seals up the … [Read more...]

Roosevelt Ruse; Refuting Glenn Beck on Newt Gingrich, Part 2

Pin a Roosevelt on Newt? Again, Glenn? PolitiJim's Refutation Part 1 featured Beck pulling the prog card on Gingrich due to the latter's kind thoughts toward Theodore Roosevelt. Part 2 shows up the silliness (or something significantly worse) in Beck's theatrical horror at Newt's lauding Franklin Roosevelt, as being the most effective president in the 20th Century. This editor has seen a video montage of … [Read more...]

Will the Real America Please Stand Up?

Click to listen to article America took a sharp left turn in 1912, when it elected a globalist with a strong Marxist philosophy. Woodrow Wilson, and his alter-ego, Colonel Edward Mandell House, created the League of Nations, created the Federal Reserve, created the income tax, and kicked the states out of the federal government by enacting the 17th Amendment. Conservatives turned the nation back to the right for … [Read more...]