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Following up on your discussion last week about the difference the Democratic Party and socialism, we will discuss in this episode the role of socialists in the Democratic Party, especially now that Bernie Sanders, a Democratic Socialist, is running for president of the United States.
Trevor Loudon’s newly released book “The Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the U.S. Congress” is like no other book written on American politics.
The book is designed to expose, in layman’s terms, the comprehensive communist, socialist and extreme progressive infiltration of the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate.
“The Enemies Within” profiles fourteen Senators and more than fifty Representatives and their ties to Communist Party USA, Democratic Socialists of America, Workers World Party, and The Institute for Policy Studies, Council for a Livable World and other radical anti-American organizations.
Ever wondered why the US Congress has moved further and further left over your lifetime, even while much of the electorate has become more and more conservative? Why government regulation and taxes have exponentially increased, even though most Americans still oppose Big Government?
“The Enemies Within” is designed to show American voters exactly how modern communism works and how it impacts on your life, every single day. Just how do the communists win big on things like Obamacare and immigration “reform,” which go completely against the wishes of the American people?
“The Enemies Within” names names and takes no prisoners.
Chris Matthews, In a interview with DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, Chris Matthews asked her what is the difference between democratic and socialist. She stumbled and couldn't answer the question. In this episode, we explain what the difference is, and will also explain the general differences between democratic socialism and revolutionary socialism. Tune and listen. The scond half of the show will be open for questions and comments.
'Campaign 2016 w/ Stewart Alexnder' welcomes back Alan Maki, http://thepodunkblog.blogspot.com, political analyst and social activist.
Stewart and Alan will be discussing our first preview of Election 2016.
With less than 100 days before voters cast their votes for candidates for the next President of the US, they'll talk of how the 2016 election is shaping up for the Republicans and the Democrats.
What impression will the Greens, Socialists, and Liberals make in 2016?
Will it be the same old show in 2016, just w/ different characters?
Come to the chatroom and express your views!
The committee for New York City's St. Patrick's Day Parade is considering removing Ireland's saint from his place of honor.
Saint Patrick's Day Parade, Inc., the corporation responsible for organizing the annual festivities, is holding a meeting Thursday to vote on potential revisions to the corporation's bylaws. Among theitems on the agenda is the "removal of the section which states 'The Parade will be held in honor of St Patrick, the Patron Saint of the Archdiocese of New York and the Patron Saint of Ireland.'"
“UNITING AGAINST A COMMON ENEMY OCTOBER 23, 1971” Dr. Huey P. Newton
If we get rid of the enemy in a united common struggle it would be easy to transform this unity into a common theme of things. We are not separate nations of men to continue the pattern of fighting amongst ourselves. We are a large collection of communities who can unite and fight together against our common enemy. the United States domination over all our territories equals a reactionary (in opposition to the interest of all) set of circumstances among our communities. Reactionary Inter-communalism. We can transform these circumstances to our benefit: Revolutionary Inter-communalism.
On the continent of Africa there are people who look like us. They are Black. We are brothers because our struggle is common. We have both suffered under the White racism and under oppression. This is why we should not let the reactionaries of the world be the only ones communicating across the waters of the masses of land. We have a common interest to survive, and therefore, we can learn from each other."
"Despite their religious differences, they came together. Some were communists; some were socialists; some were capitalists. Despite their economic and political differences, they came together. All of them were black, brown, red, or yellow.
The number-one thing that was not allowed to attend the Bandung conference was the white man. He couldn’t come. Once they excluded the white man, they found that they could get together. Once they kept him out, everybody else fell right in and fell in line. This is the thing that you and I have to understand. And these people who came together didn’t have nuclear weapons; they didn’t have jet planes; they didn’t have all of the heavy armaments that the white man has. But they had unity." MALCOLM EL HAJI MALIK SHABAZZ
Join us on Carson’s Corner with the Election Boycott Advocates Friday Nov. 6 at 9 p.m. Eastern Standard Time as we grapple with the question, “Are Russia and China imperialist?”
This is a charge often leveled by the house-broken news media of the United States and NATO countries. That’s not surprising. What’s much more surprising is that the same charge can often be heard coming from some radicals, Marxists, socialists and communists.
With the help of our guest, Scott Rickard, we’ll attempt to unpack this common charge and examine its source, its purpose and where the truth lies. Scott is a former intelligence linguist for the U.S. government who often appears on international news networks like RT, Sputnik and Press TV as an expert analyst and commentator. With the help of his insightful take on the globe’s most important geopolitical hotspots, especially those at the intersection of Russia, China, Europe and the United States, we will shed light on the where the real imperialism lies and where it doesn’t. With the Obama Regime executing daily provocations against China and Russia, risking World War Three and nuclear annihilation, figuring out the source of the problem and possible solutions may well be the most important political topic before humanity.
Karl Marx wrote in Kapital v. 1 " labour is the father of material wealth, the earth is its mother." Many socialists have explored radical ecology, but until the latter 1980s there was not a truly sustained effort at creating a compelling ecological version of a socialist economic vision.
Many of the early founders of the US Green Movement were also socialists and in 1991, Green Party activist Joel Kovel co-wrote "The Eco-Socialist Manifesto" and his own book, "The Enemy of Nature" which defined an Eco-Socialist Vision of a post-capitalist economic system.
This episode of RRLove will talk about Eco-Socialism, which seems highly relevant in the midst of Bernie Sanders presidential campaign, as a self-identified socialist.
From hating the police, to hating "tha man," propaganda has kept certain people in darkness, while others see the light. When we talk about a defeated mindset, or a life of "equality" and "fairness," what are we asking for? Are we conditioned to think winning is bad? Should we be feeling guily for success? Progressives want us to think no one is better than another. While no man is better than another man, in reality, he may be better at certain things than the others. Accepting failure, settling for government handouts , and the belief that the 1% are evil capitalists are all part of the plan. If you wonder why it seems like things are upside down, it's because they are. What's right is no longer considered right. Tune in tonight as we discuss these and other tactics used by Progressive Socialists to control the masses.
The 1st Democratic Socialist Debate, in Sin city USA!! Yesterday I had audio clips from the debate and I shared my thoughts on the debate with you. Today we will finish the critique of the debate and drill down a little further than the lamestream media is willing to do.
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Bernie Sanders is understandably getting a lot of attention to his bid for the Democratic primary, but some long-time socialists question his socialist credientials. If anyone has standing to discuss the issue, it is the candidate of the US Socialist Party. While that is yet to be determined, Mimi Soltysik, one of the candidates for the nomination, joins Taking Back America to talk about his vision of a socialist America, the obstacles to getting there, and how we might do so if the majority of Americans make clear that is what they want.
This show will be rebroadcast on October 3 at 2 PM PST/ 5 PM EST on the Star Com Radio Network.
Take Back America for the People is an educational nonprofit whose mission is to explain the true costs of allowing corporate control of the US government.
There's lots of misunderstanding and misconceptions about the theories and practices of socialism — its history and implications for the future. In this episode we provide some analysis of how socialism evolved, what were and are some of its strengths and weaknesses, and what needs to be done to have real socialism in the future. This show is extension follows a previous show about the difference between democratic socialism and revolutionary socialism.