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Archive for September 7th, 2014

Gotcher Fascism Right Here

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/09/07

Wherein Hoge agrees with a previous article I wrote without realizing it.

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LiberalFascismOne of the deficiencies many on the left have is their lack understanding of fascism. It is, of course, a socialist movement. Benito Mussolini was a socialist. Adolph Hitler led the National Socialist Workers’ Party. The idea that fascism is “right wing” is a myth perpetrated by Joseph Stalin as a means of demonizing his socialist competition.

Jonah Goldberg wrote an excellent history of how fascism fits in with its sister movements on the left. You can buy a copy of Liberal Fascism from Amazon. Click here.

UPDATE—Of course, not everyone appreciates Mr. Goldberg’s scholarship.

TheDoctrineofFascismThose individuals might need to go to a primary source. I recommend The Doctrine of Fascism by Benito Mussolini as a good starting point for the study of fascist thought. It can be ordered from Amazon as well, but it is currently out of stock. However, the Kindle edition can be had immediately for only…

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‘Kurdish diva’ Helly Luv wants to ‘Risk it All’ for freedom [video]

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/09/07

Sexy lady, sexy outfits, assault rifles, music, risking it all for her people. What’s not to like?

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Senators Who Voted To Cut Military Veterans’ Pensions

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2014/09/07

From Facebook comes this gem. See how many squish Republicans are there. I saw a couple of very noteworthy Republicans in that list. And people wonder why the grass-roots are up in arms against Republicans, too.

The DEMOCRAT John McCain is on that list, as is the other Flake from Arizona and the sore loser from Alaska who needed K-Street to win as a write-in against the Republican in the race, as the Democrats jumped ship from their loser candidate to vote for her over the grass-roots Republican (who went on to snub the one person who had the king-maker mantel who could help him win). And of course, there’s Orrin Hatch, who got all wee-weed up that the grass-roots didn’t like him. Ever wonder why the grass-roots didn’t like you, lifer Orrin? (Even though I post your very worthy Hanukkah song every year.)

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