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The Reactionaries Speak Radio Program 2-27-2015

This Week On The Reactionaries Speak Radio Program: State Of Mind: The Psychology Of Control Part 2 How Are You Being Played? Find Out Tonight. Watch It Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fr6cijmck_s Adult Themes Will Be Discussed. Adult Language May/ Will Be Used. … Continue reading

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Shut Down the Department of Education, End Federal Government Involvement and Intervention

To save the nation from a future Greek-style fiscal meltdown, we should reform entitlements. But as part of the effort to restore limited, constitutional government, we also should shut down various departments that deal with issues that shouldn’t be handled by the central government. I’ve already identified some low-hanging fruit. Get rid of the Department […]

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New poll: Voters prefer dictator to the Constitution

Actually, there are a few Republicans and unaffiliated voters who would be OK with it too, but I’ll get to that later. It’s no secret that Obama couldn’t get away with his dictatorial approach to immigration and health care if the Democrats didn’t have his back, but a new poll seems to indicate that they are willing to take things to a whole new level. While Obama has limited his unconstitutional overreach to ignoring or rewriting federal statutes—such as immigration and Obamacare mandates—Democrats are starting to wonder: Hey! Why don’t we rewrite some federal court rulings too? According to the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey, 1-in-4 (26%) likely U.S. voters think the president should have the right to ignore the courts if they stand in the way of actions he feels are important to the country. Here’s the breakdown: 43% of Democrats favor such action / only 35% of Democrats disagreed 81% of Republicans oppose it 67% of unaffiliated voters oppose it Republicans and Democrats are in general agreement on the importance of the three branches, but unaffiliated voters are more likely to feel that all three are of equal importance. Yet while 72% of GOP voters and 63% of […]

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The Reactionaries Speak Radio Program 2-20-2015

This Week On The Reactionaries Speak Radio Program: State Of Mind: The Psychology Of Control Ever Wonder Why It All Seems So Overwhelming? Find Out Tonight. Watch It Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fr6cijmck_s Adult Themes Will Be Discussed. Adult Language May/ Will Be … Continue reading

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Obama’s latest Big Brother assault on the Constitution

Obama took America one step closer to George Orwell’s 1984 and Big Brother when he signed an executive order that gives private sector companies permission to spy on anyone they feel like spying on, while providing legal cover for them to share any information they gather amongst themselves and with the federal government. Staying true to the “never let a serious crisis go to waste” approach he has always taken with his job, Obama cited the recent Sony hacking attack as an example for why he issued the order: “The North Korean cyber-attack on Sony Pictures destroyed data and disabled thousands of computers, and exposed the personal information of Sony employees,” Obama said. “And these attacks are hurting American companies and costing American jobs.” Wait a minute. I thought Obamacare was responsible for hurting companies and costing jobs. But I digress. He went on to say: “So much of our computer networks and critical infrastructure are in the private sector, which means government cannot do this alone,” Obama stated. “But the fact is that the private sector can’t do it alone either, because it’s government that often has the latest information on new threats.” Translation? The private sector has the private […]

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Justifying censorship

Eric Posner’s article is frightening from the standpoint that he thinks implementing speech codes at universities is justifiable because students are still children: Lately, a moral panic about speech and sexual activity in universities has reached a crescendo. Universities have strengthened rules prohibiting offensive speech typically targeted at racial, ethnic, and sexual minorities; taken it […]

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