1960s radicals are in charge, and they're killing America. But conservatives are awaking, and the radicals can be stopped.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 13, 2015 — Civil disobedience was rampant in the 1960s. It was a popular tool among socialist revolutionaries of the time: the Black Panthers, Students for a Democratic Society, the Weather Underground. They tried to force an alien culture upon America that was progressive/socialist.
They swept up many young, impressionable people who rejected the morals and values of the Eisenhower era. Those young people, the brats of the culture, have grown up; now they’re in charge.
There is a new upheaval in American culture. Its direction comes from Cloward-Piven and Saul Alinsky. Its propaganda has been pushed by the media and academia, and a silent change is taking place: People who once held to the traditions of this country, to the culture and values of the old America, are faltering in the face of the “new normal.” Pundits warn us not to judge others; anything is allowable, even the destruction of traditional beliefs.
In 2006, gays wanted civil unions so that they would have the same rights as married couples. They said that was all they wanted, they would go no further. Most people agreed, wanting for the sake of fairness for gay couples to have the same legal rights as married couples, but drew the line at calling it marriage.
It took only nine years to obliterate that line. That negation of common moral judgment has forced bakers to bake cakes for gay weddings, put dissenting clerks in jail, and emboldened an in-your-face gay minority to demand that you consider them normal. If your moral judgment makes you demur, they will attack you, force you from your job, and even threaten your life.
Such is the tolerance of progressives. They will tolerate you as long as you agree with them.
In its quest for relevance, the Supreme Court has made same-sex marriage the law of the land, a constitutional right. They assert incredibly that the Founding Fathers wrote a document based on Christian principles, yet included within it a right to gay marriage. There is no legal precedent for gay marriage, and five radicals on the Supreme Court cannot make it so.
Why were Justices Ginsberg and Kagan not recused? Having already performed same-sex marriages, did they not have a bias in this matter? Were they advocates, not impartial justices?
According to the Constitution, the Supreme Court has no jurisdiction over rights or the legality of laws. Congress has the right to restrict which cases the Supreme Court can rule on. All it would take is for Congress to declare that all marriage cases should be handled at the state level in order to void the unconstitutional ruling.
The tactics of the 1960s brought socialism to its successes of today. They brought unprecedented legitimacy to the progressive/socialist banner. By infiltrating academia, entertainment and the Democratic Party, socialists have put America under a constant propaganda bombardment. This has created a culture of ill-educated, low-information voters, a government- dependent class, and the undermining of the social and moral foundations of our culture.
The past six years have brought major changes under President Obama, with more to come. The Supreme Court is one justice away from being a rubber stamp for progressives in the administration. Major corporations will either work with them toward the socialist processes that will be part of the international corporate order envisioned by socialists, or they will be crushed by regulations until they can no longer contest what the progressives feel must be done to achieve their version of equality.
States’ rights, already enfeebled, will further deteriorate as Congress expands federal rules and regulations over areas the Constitution leaves to the states. The military will be a hollow force, but will remain strong enough under the progressive/socialist banner to put down any domestic uprising.
It does not have to be this way. America is finally waking up. We are — in increments too small to feel — losing our rights to progressive socialism. It is time to push back forcefully. It is time to say, NO MORE. You will not tell me what I must think, what I can say or what I must believe. I am not a peasant to be pushed around by ruling elites in politics, media or academia. Those elites in the stone bell towers of the 1960s must be the ones to change. They can no longer be allowed to control the institutions responsible for the downfall of this country.
In 2014, Democrats lost badly throughout all branches and levels of government; it was no fluke. It is up to those willing to work to take our country back to wake up the ill-informed, those too lazy to care, and those who just want handouts. People are furious about the drain on their paychecks to support unproductive drains on communities and businesses nationwide.
More taxes are not the answer. Organizing, voting, and standing firm are the answer. Politicians on both sides work for us, not we for them. The media elites and college professors who denigrate our country must be driven from the stage. We can do it. We can repair the foundations of this country. We must be loud and proud. WE ARE THE MAJORITYClick here for reuse options!
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