On this Memorial Day, when we are honoring those who died in service to this country, I am deeply concerned that Americans will soon no longer recognize their country and no longer be willing to fight to protect it from those plotting unnatural changes to defeat this country from without and within.
“The President said that he intended to radically transform America. And he is doing it. The nation we were born into is starting to look like a foreign country…” ~ Daniel Ashton April 26, 2012
“Another way of phrasing the choice we face is whether the Left will be allowed to continue its assault on America and its values – an assault that used to take place in the streets, but now takes place in the Oval Office – or we will put an end to this militant effort to remake America into a place we will soon no longer recognize as home.” ~ David Horowitz
“We need change we can believe in – regime change. But even if Barack Obama were denied a second term, the forces that produced and sustained him would still be on the attack. The Freedom Center’s mission is not to defeat the President, but to combat the ideology of the Left that has been working since the 1960’s to infilitrate our universities, our popular culture, and our politics, and whose crowning achievement was to make this President possible.” ~ David Horowitz
Conventional wisdom holds that the political right represents wealth while the left represents the people. But as David Horowitz and Jacob Laksin detail in their groundbreaking new book, The New Leviathan, the reverse is far closer to the truth. Since the Sixties, the authors show, the political left has steadily taken control of virtually all of the major philanthropic policy shaping organizations, including Rockefeller, Ford, Carnegie, MacArthur, Pew, Hewlett, Kellogg, Packard, Casey, and Tides. Armed with over $100 billion in combined assets – more than 10 times the assets of foundations on the right – these leftwing foundations have been able to fund a universe of think tanks, policy institutes and thinly veiled political movements. The book describes how the efforts of these foundations have shifted the policy debate in America dramatically to the left, distorting national issues like immigration – where increasingly states are required to treat illegal aliens as American citizens – so that they are unrecognizable from what they were until only recently.