“Cultural Marxism” – what does that mean? What exactly is it? Is it a ‘conspiracy theory’ as Wikipedia purports, or is there more to this story? Seeking to make sense of what has happened to American culture since the mid-twentieth century, today we explore the subject of cultural Marxism.
We continue the emphasis of good news, glad tidings, and of peace on earth, good will toward men. As we continue to focus on season’s greetings, and the Reason for the Season, we must decide for ourselves how we will respond to the awareness resources like RBN and RWR afford.
So… this just happened… [For those who don’t know, I loathe that mindless expression, so the irony applies with force.] Somewhere in the process of working on other things, while mulling over the definitions of certain things – article, episode, incident, for instance – suddenly something dropped into the (mental) slot… and it finally occurred […]
When things don’t add up, it’s time to pause and reexamine. What’s more, when coincidences begin to pile up in every direction, it’s time to examine more closely–or in some cases, begin examining in the first place. Cunning, ambitious, and unprincipled men are counting on us to remain hopelessly unaware, distracted, and balkanized…
Following are a few of the ‘high points’ from our conversation… and maybe an extra nugget or two, but who’s counting… Herd Think Propaganda (1928) by Edward Bernays The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism […]