There is an old saying in family businesses, "The first generation starts a business. The second generation runs it. The third generation ruins it."
Metaphorically, our American family business is in the third generation.
Our Founding Fathers rejected monarchy, oligarchy, aristocracy, theocracy, and formed the United States of America as a Constitutional Republic - the greatest experiment in individual freedom and upward mobility anywhere in the world. What happened?
To answer that question we must examine the historical context of the three generations.
"The squeaky wheel gets the grease" is an American proverb that means that whoever screams the loudest gets the attention.
The Council on Islamic-American Relations (CAIR) is a very squeaky wheel.
CAIR is the propaganda arm of the Muslim Brotherhood whose unapologetic stated objective in North America is settlement - NOT assimilation. The tactical strategy for the Muslim Brotherhood in America is documented with precision in their 1991 Explanatory Memorandum which was recovered in an FBI search of the Virginia home of Ismail Elbarrasse. The Memorandum was found among 80 banker-boxes worth of documents discovered hidden in Elbarrasse's sub-basement.
Siegfried & Roy were illusionists whose famous Las Vegas act with Bengal tigers thrilled audiences at the Mirage Resort and Casino for thirteen years. Their daredevil performance was predicated on the technique of "affection conditioning" in which Roy bonded rather than trained the animals. The method required raising tiger cubs from birth and sleeping with them until they were a year old. Roy described the experience saying, "When an animal gives you its trust, you feel like you have been given the most beautiful gift in the world."
On October 3, 2003 Roy Cohn's prized cat, 380 lb Montecore, sunk its teeth into Roy's neck and dragged him offstage before a horrified audience.
I will be interviewed by Chuck Wilder on CRN digital talk radio Thursday March 28, 2019 at 4p EST.
We will be discussing my article "Selling Socialism to America."
The article is available online at : goudsmit.pundicity.com
To access the Talkback interview please follow the directions below.
I hope you enjoy the show.
How to access Talkback with Chuck Wilder on CRN digital talk radio:
1. Click this link crntalk.com
2. Place cursor on LISTEN at top of screen -> click CRN RADIO from dropdown menu -> click CRN 4
3. Click Talkback with Chuck Wilder
4. Click on large arrow for live streaming
Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes's opinion in the 1919 United States Supreme Court case Schenck v. United States held that speech that is dangerous AND false is not protected, as opposed to speech that is dangerous but also true.
"The most stringent protection of free speech would not protect a man falsely shouting FIRE in a theater and causing a panic. The question in every case is whether the words used are used in such circumstances and are of such a nature to create a clear and present danger that they will bring about the substantive evils that Congress has a right to prevent."