Judge Napolitano’s opening statements include how the progessives have been controlling the message through the corporate owned media, how the Obama administration came out swinging against Rush Limbaugh and Fox News, and that he believes this “government hates and fears free speech and wants to shut it down”.
Glenn’s clips start with how Obama mimics Woodrow Wilson’s policies about too much information in the public marketplace, and trends into Wilson’s Espionage and Sedition Acts. Glenn also shows how he has been accused of sedition, and how Cass Sunstein thinks that conspiracy theorists are seditious. That would be millions of us, now wouldn’t it?
Glenn covers the revisionist history that has been taught inside our schools over the last century due to the progressives going underground and infiltrating our institutions. He spends quite a bit of time on FDR, Woodrow Wilson, and our favorite British Born Subject – Barack Hussein Obama, Jr. He also covers the depression of the ’20’s, how it created the boom years of the ‘Roaring ’20’s”, segues into the racism of the unions and the eugenics of luciferian Margaret Sanger, (though he leaves out the occultism of the Theosophical Society and her belief in it).
Obama's policies compared to FDR's policies
Part 1, FDR, revisionist history, and The New Deal:
“It’s frightening,” said Professor Tim Congdon from International Monetary Research. “The plunge in M3 has no precedent since the Great Depression. The dominant reason for this is that regulators across the world are pressing banks to raise capital asset ratios and to shrink their risk assets. This is why the US is not recovering properly,” he said.
Glenn then begins the journey of comparing the Woodrow Wilson, FDR, and Obama administrations including sedition, internment camps, banning books, etc., and how Cass Sunstein is trying to change public opinion through propaganda because they know we won’t sit still for any of that now.
Glenn is interviewing three historians today to garner more information about the progressive movement of the early 20th century and how they are “evolving our society” through education and law. R.J. Pestritto, Burton Folsom, Jr., and Larry Schweikart. I urge you to watch the segments, and check out the books below.
Part 3 – Pay attention to quotes at beginning:
Part 4, Obama, Wilson, Walter Lippman, and Thomas Sowell:
Part 5, Hillary Clinton, John McCain (Modern Progressives):
UPDATE: 1.8.2010: Since the Chosen One pre-empted Glenn with his latest campaign speech yesterday, the Judge is sitting in for Glenn and they are re-playing the entire first portion that unseen. I am putting up the first two parts.
Part 1: 1.8.2010 (from 1.7.2010)
Part 2: 1.8.2010 (from 1.7.2010)
Glenn goes into the beginnings of the progressive movement with Teddy Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson. I read a book many years ago called “Lies My Teacher Told Me” that changed my view of Teddy. I’m glad Glenn has caught up.