Sunday, July 19, 2009


Rush made a point this past week about C-SPAN. He observed previous congresses would debate legislation on the floor, for all to see. Stimulus, health care, and other destructive policies are now being drafted in private, and by one party.

This is clearly a liberal revolt of YouTube - where their discussions could be spliced from the boring C-SPAN into one-minute clips that would convey the true - communist - intentions of the liberal mind.

Equal damage is being done in the Executive Branch with the use of Czars - people influencing and executing policies, and who knows what else, accountable only to Obama. Below are links to three of the better write-ups on the subject. Don't read if you scare easily.

Stanislav Mishin, Russian blogger at Mat Rodina, writes:

There is a new silliness in the Western Anglo Media, comparing the US Emperor's Czar program to the number of Tsars that Holy Russia had. It is a good thing that the US/UK public is ignorant not only of ancient history but also of recent history, otherwise they might start to worry.
The commissars were mostly young, had little achievement outside the power structure, self assured, true believers. They knew very well that outside their positions, created and granted by the dictator, they had little hope of career success.
Fast forward to modern transitional America. The American Emperor has taken the six commissars of his leftist predecessor and created at least 28 more. Yes, commissars do multiply quickly at first and many more are in the works, until the American parliament (congress) and the oblasts (states) assemblies (state senates) are powerless show pieces and all power centers (commissars) flow only to the dictator.

Cliff Kincaid, at Accuracy in Media, exposes one of Obama's Czars, John P. Holdren, his Science Czar. Holdren has a history of promoting flawed ideas such a population explosions and promoting a "Planetary Regime" of world government. These ideas then lead to suggested policies such as mandatory abortion and involuntary sterilization. One wonders what causes revulsion in liberals when this doesn't... Kincaid rightfully asks, Is Obama's Science Czar a Crackpot? Regarding Holdren's world government hopes:

Zombietime highlights that the Holdren book declares on page 917 that "If this could be accomplished, security might be provided by an armed international organization, a global analogue of a police force. Many people have recognized this as a goal, but the way to reach it remains obscure in a world where factionalism seems, if anything, to be increasing. The first step necessarily involves partial surrender of sovereignty to an international organization."

This statement is followed by the important caveat: "But it seems probable that, as long as most people fail to comprehend the magnitude of the danger, that step will be impossible."

In this case, the caveat is not convincing, in part because Holdren seems to have dedicated his career to exaggerating "the danger" and can be counted on to continue to do so in his White House position.

Kincaid refers to a report by Zombietime (our source of the photo) - one of our highly respected blogroll bloggers. Here is a link to the very throrough Zombietime report.

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