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David Horowitz of the Freedom Center reminds us of who John Kerry was and is.

John Kerry forgot one thing when he went to Geneva to cut a deal with the Iranian mullahs — his umbrella.

Neville Chamberlain carried one with him to Munich and it became a symbol of the appeasement that encouraged Hitler to go to war. Now Kerry has brought appeasement back into vogue with a deal Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was right in saying was not, as our Secretary of State congratulated himself in proclaiming, "an historic agreement," but rather "an historic mistake."

Neville Chamberlain at least faced a real threat. Hitler's armies were on the move and the Reich was on the verge of overrunning Western Europe. What threat was Kerry trying to forestall by his appeasement? The mullahs were on the ropes as a result of a successful sanctions regime that has been official U.S. policy for two decades.

Instead of intensifying the sanctions, which Congress will hopefully now do to remedy the national embarrassment the Secretary of State has created; Kerry gave the Iranians a relief from them. In return, they will not have to dismantle even one centrifuge.

They retain what their Foreign Minister Javad Zarif defiantly calls "the inalienable right to enrich." Kerry cut this desperate—and despicable regime—slack and gave it time—the one thing the Iranians desperately need to achieve the nuclear weapon that has become their obsessive quest.

Who benefited from this appeasement? Not the dissidents the Iranians routinely torture, the political opponents they hang, the religious minorities they torment. They are not even mentioned in the agreement. Not traditional U.S. allies such as the Saudis who fear the growth of a radical Iranian imperialism that will threaten the stability of the Middle East. Certainly not the Israelis, who were left twisting slowly in the wind by an act of diplomatic nihilism that strengthens a regime committed to their destruction. Prime Minister Netanyahu had it right when he said of Kerry's deal: "Iran gets everything that it wanted and it pays nothing."

Why the rush? Why give the Iranians, weaker than ever, this moment of respite? In truth this appears to be deal making for deal making's sake—an effort at "personal diplomacy" by a man whose hallmark is narcissism and a pomposity that calls to mind Theodore Roosevelt's description of William Jennings Bryan as "a professional yodeler and human trombone."

But then, what else to expect from someone who first gained fame as a standard bearer for a movement aiming to stigmatize U.S. power as immoral and its military as genocidal?

The anti American movement Kerry had joined when he was first looking for a short cut to personal power in the late 1960s has continued its slow motion takeover of our political culture and has now not only captured the State Department but the White House itself.

As John Kerry pursues engagement with the Iranian mullahs while punishing the Israelis, it is worth remembering yet again where he comes from and what he has believed since entering American political life. It is not a big step from defending the communist government of Ho Chi Minh forty years ago to appeasing the Islamist government of the Iranian mullahs today.

The Freedom Center believes that our leaders and opinion makers need to think carefully about what John Kerry believes and what he has done in his career as he now accommodates the most significant threat to stability in the Middle East.

This look back at Kerry's history of ant-Americanism should be seen by all Americans. The video is also a reminder of the courageous and heroic Vietnam War veteran John O'Neill, who stood up to take on Kerry's lies about America, not once but twice. This time, it's up to us.

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The Democratic spin machine never stops and it's 24/7 vicious attacks on Republican positions, politicians and spokesmen never ceae. Whatever bile Democrats spew, the lapdog mainstream media led by the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe and the LA Times distributes and amplifies it.

Getting the Republican message out to the people of the nation therefore is a huge challenge to begin with.

Unfortunately, tragically for the American people, leadership Republicans appear tongue-tied and, as Dr. Thomas Sowell sorrowfully says, "inarticulate.

While there are some stellar exceptions such as Senators Ted Cruz, Mike Lee and Rand Paul, the media know what to do: They run to hear what Senate Minority Leader McConnell and Speaker Boehner have to say and ignore the articulate. If they really want a non-leadership Republican to interview, they go to the Go Along-Get Along Republicans John McCain and Lindsey Graham.

What the Republicans are doing by seeking to delay Obamacare for a year is to save the fundamental character and life of this country, which is drowning in unsustainable debt that Obamacare will make incomparably worse. But all one hears is the Democrat messages about Republicans causing the shutdown (not true) and their threat on the debt limit, not the dire consequences of the irresponsible debt build-up.

Here's Dr. Sowell.

Inarticulate Republicans

In the midst of a national crisis, the GOP isn’t making its case to the public.

By Thomas Sowell
National Review Online
October 8, 2009

If the continued existence of mathematics depended on the ability of the Republicans to defend the proposition that two plus two equals four, it would probably mean the end of mathematics and of all the things that require mathematics.

The Republican speaker of the House of Representatives, John Boehner, epitomized what has been wrong with the Republicans for decades when he emerged from a White House meeting last Wednesday, went over to the assembled microphones, briefly expressed his disgust with the Democrats’ intransigence, and walked on away.

We are in the midst of a national crisis, immediately affecting millions of Americans and potentially affecting the kind of country this will become if Obamacare goes into effect — and yet, with multiple television-network cameras focused on Speaker Boehner as he emerged from the White House, he couldn’t be bothered to prepare a statement that would help clarify a confused situation, full of fallacies and lies.

Boehner is not unique in having a blind spot when it comes to recognizing the importance of articulation and the need to put some serious time and effort into presenting your case in a way that people outside the Beltway would understand. On the contrary, he has been all too typical of Republican leaders in recent decades.

When the government was shut down during the Clinton administration, Republican leaders who went on television to tell their side of the story talked about “OMB numbers” versus “CBO numbers” — as if most people beyond the Beltway knew what these abbreviations meant or why the statistics in question were relevant to the shutdown. Why talk to them in Beltway-speak?

When Speaker Boehner today goes around talking about the “CR,” that is just more of the same thinking — or lack of thinking. Policy wonks inside the Beltway know that he is talking about the continuing resolution that authorizes the existing level of government spending to continue, pending a new budget agreement.

But, believe it or not, there are lots of citizens and voters outside the Beltway. And what is believed by those people whom too many Republicans are talking past can decide not only the outcome of this crisis but the fate of the nation for generations to come.

You might think that the stakes are high enough for Republicans to put in some serious time trying to clarify their message. As the great economist Alfred Marshall once said, facts do not speak for themselves. If we are waiting for the Republicans to do the speaking, the country is in big trouble.

Democrats, by contrast, are all talk. They could sell refrigerators to Eskimos before Republicans could sell them blankets. Indeed, Democrats sold Barack Obama to the American public, which is an even more amazing feat, considering his complete lack of relevant experience and questionable (at best) loyalty to the values and institutions of this country. The Democrats have obviously given a lot of attention to articulation, including coordinated articulation among their members. Some years ago, Senator Chuck Schumer was recorded, apparently without his knowledge, telling fellow Democrats to keep using the word “extremist” when discussing Republicans. Even earlier, when George W. Bush first ran for president, the word that suddenly began appearing everywhere was “gravitas” — as in the endlessly repeated charge that Bush lacked “gravitas.” People who had never used that word before suddenly began using it all the time.

Today, the Democrats’ buzzword is “clean” — as in the endlessly repeated statement that Republicans in the House of Representatives should send a “clean” bill to the Senate. Anything less than a blank check is not considered a “clean” bill. The Constitution gives the House of Representatives the responsibility to originate all spending bills based on what they think should and should not be funded. But the word “clean” is now apparently supposed to override the Constitution.

If Republicans want to show some seriousness about articulating their case, they might start by deleting the abbreviation “CR” from their vocabulary. As has been said, “the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” That journey is long overdue.

— Thomas Sowell is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution. © 2013 Creators Syndicate, Inc.



Rush LImbaugh sat down with Greta Van Susteren of Fox News for a one-hour interview, which means about 44 minutes. It's worth watching and listening to what he says.

The most striking part to many probably is his comments about the black family.

He flatly states that Democratic policies have "destroyed the black family." Democratic governments starting with Lyndon Johnson have made the government the father, the husband through their programs. Republicans had nothing to do that, it's all Democratic policies.

Currently, 70% of black babies are born to single mothers. Statistics show that 85% will never get out of poverty. Yet, as Rush has discussed these facts with black people and asked why, with this record of failure, why do they keep voting Democratic, the reply has been, Republicans are racists, they don't like us.

Rush of course pointed out that Abraham Lincoln was a Republican and that when the civil rights acts passed in the 1960s a greater percentage of Republicans voted for the bills than Democrats. He noted that Detroit is a great example of how the Democratic Party has destroyed not only black families but a once great city. And Republicans had nothing to do with it.

Elsewhere we have reported that LBJ said in confidence to a colleague that his Great Society programs would keep those n.....s voting Democratic for 200 years. It's now been 50 years and LBJ looks like a genius. The dependency of black men, women and children on government that those Democratic policies have created is staggering -- and blacks continue to vote more than 90% Democratic.

There's lots more in the interview. The parts about the black family come towards the end.



Daniel Henniger, columnist for the Wall Street Journal, details Obama's increasing disregard of the limits of the Constitution and of laws passed by Congress. He says people are helpless to stop his unlawful aggregation of powers. The implication of his focus on Obama is that once he is gone the problem will be gone.

No way. I posted this comment on the WSJ board:

It's a mistake to focus all the blame on Obama when it is the entire Democratic operation that gave us Obamacare and years of uncontrolled spending by refusing to pass a budget. It is the Democratic Senate that makes impeachment of Obama for his lawlessness impossible.

Even Obama knows he needs Democrats in control of everything for him to finish destroying the free enterprise economy and locking in a majority of government dependents who will keep Democrats in power for decades (Lyndon Johnson's aim for the Great Society dependency programs was to lock in the "black" vote for centuries).

The Democratic Party has been subverting the Constitution and American values for years (decades, back to President Wilson) before Obama arrived. He's just the best front man for their destructive policies they have ever had because the press gives him a pass on everything because he's black. No, this is not a one man show.

That's why the 2014 elections are so important. To defeat Obama's goals of creating a subservient America, a New Slavery of government dependents, which are the Democratic Party's goals, and save the America our founders gave us, every effort must be made to defeat every Democrat running for national, state and local office.



A Democratic state senator in Louisiana Elbert Guillory has become a Republican and in this video he explains why and urges his fellow blacks to wake up, as he did.

His conclusion: Democratic policies are meant to control blacks, not help them rise out of poverty.

This is the hidden truth that Lyndon Baines Johnson is reported to have uttered as he initiated the "War on Poverty" back in the 1960s:

“These Negroes, they’re getting pretty uppity these days and that’s a problem for us since they’ve got something now they never had before, the political pull to back up their uppityness. Now we’ve got to do something about this, we’ve got to give them a little something, just enough to quiet them down, not enough to make a difference.”

“I’ll have those niggers voting Democratic for the next 200 years.”

The Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Michael Ramirez couldn't have portrayed the LBJ Democratic strategy better than he did here:

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