The Shaping of a Monster… “Judge Andrew Napolitano has written a book, Theodore and Woodrow… ” – LewRockwell.com
By Gary NorthGaryNorth
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Judge Andrew Napolitano has written a book, Theodore and Woodrow. It is on the first decades of the 20th century, when the Progressive movement captured American politics. Except for the 1920′s — Harding and Coolidge — Progressivism has never surrendered political control in the United States.I spoke with him on July 22, at Mises University, the annual week-long training program for undergraduates, which is sponsored by the Ludwig von Mises Institute.
He was presenting a week-long series of lectures on the Constitution and the free market. The students get very good training on how the United States Constitution has been reinterpreted over the years, especially during the Progressive era.I gave him some background that almost nobody knows. The essence of the battle for constitutional interpretation in the 20th century is found in the names “Woodrow” and “Wilson.”THOMAS WOODROW WILSONWoodrow Wilson’s full name was Thomas Woodrow Wilson, but he never went
by Thomas. He always went by Woodrow. Woodrow is a strange name for a little boy to have.
The president is an ardent progressive. This dastardly philosophy of government was brought into the American mainstream 100 years ago by a Republican, Theodore Roosevelt, and a Democrat, Woodrow Wilson. Its guiding principle is the belief that government – not individuals – is the chief engine of human progress.
The president is an ardent progressive. This dastardly philosophy of government was brought into the American mainstream 100 years ago by a Republican, Theodore Roosevelt, and a Democrat, Woodrow Wilson. Its guiding principle is the belief that government — not individuals — is the chief engine of human progress. If that means government tearing down rich persons to help poor persons, if that means the massive redistribution of wealth, if it means federal regulation of every conceivable occupation or productive endeavor, if it means fighting an unjust war, progressives are for it.
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By Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D.
March 3, 2014
(Note:At the end of my NewsWithViews column for February 17, I mentioned the threat of terrorists using toothpaste tube bombs, and said they could also use cold cream jars. Three days later, Diane Sawyer on ABC’s World News Tonight mentioned they had received a report that terrorists might use cosmetics such as cold cream!
Paul McGuire — The Rise of Robot Journalists and the World Brain: Beware of the Media Industrial Complex
By Paul McGuire
February 25, 2014
Much of the news we hear is totally Orwellian in its content. It is delivered by “robot journalists,” both conservative and liberal, who deliver the official party line or propaganda, like the “newspeak” in George Orwell’s Big Brother state.
A day that should live in infamy… “As I studied the event, however, it became clear that it was on this day 80 years ago that what I call \”American betrayal\” began. It is the date on which the U.S. government institutionally learned to lie.”
A day that should live in infamy
Jewish ^ | November 15, 2013 | Diana West
Posted on Friday, November 15, 2013 3:03:35 PM by Idaho_Cowboy
On Saturday, Nov. 16, the United States marks a milestone: the 80th anniversary of when President Franklin Delano Roosevelt recognized the Soviet Union and \”normalized\” U.S.-USSR relations. It is a day that should live in infamy.
But it\’s a day that hardly anyone has ever heard of. I certainly hadn\’t before researching my book, \”American Betrayal.\” As I studied the event, however, it became clear that it was on this day 80 years ago that what I call \”American betrayal\” began. It is the date on which the U.S. government institutionally learned to lie.