How David Horowitz Revealed the Truth about Ralph Miliband’s Legacy…

…What it Should Teach the British Left

Ron Radosh PJ Media 10/12/2013

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You may not know the name Ralph Miliband, but by now, the late Marxist professor is a household name in the UK. He was the father of the Labor Party’s leader and possible future PM, Ed Miliband. When the conservative […]

Teacher educates N.J. legislative committee on smart gun use

Steve Gunn EAGnews.org 2/26/2013

It’s no surprise that the New Jersey Education Association is backing a proposed law to create gun-free zones in and around schools and other public properties.

But not all educators agree with the union. Some are trained in the proper use of firearms, and understand how a gun in the hands […]

If dictators sent Valentine greetings

Boba Phat Facebook 2/14/2013

 

 

Update: Barack’s Large Imposition Hearts~

 

When the Iron Curtain Fell

How totalitarianism came to Eastern Europe, and why it didn’t stay.

Frank Dikötter Reason Magazine 1/5/2013

Iron Curtain: The Crushing of Eastern Europe, 1944–1956, by Anne Applebaum, Doubleday, 608 pages, $35.00.

 

…From 1948 onwards, the communist parties also began to dismantle the institutions of civil society. Schools were nationalized and independent organizations suppressed. […]

Jonestown, Guyana, 18 November 1978

18 November 2012

Our two posts about Jonestown from 2009 and 2010:

Jonestown, Guyana, 18 November 1978 11/19/2009

 

 

Blogger Cynthia Yockey reminded us of this terrible anniversary and how a beloved childhood drink mix has come to be synonymous with mass suicide for those of us old enough to remember Jonestown.

Wikipedia […]

Dreams From Frank Marshall Davis

Meet the hard-core Communist who mentored the future 44th President of the United States.

Paul Kengor The American Spectator 10/12/2012

…FRANK MARSHALL DAVIS WAS BORN in December 1905 in Kansas, where he would endure serious racism that spawned justified resentment. No matter conservatives’ horror at the man’s politics, they ought to hold sympathy for the […]