Propaganda Arise

Due to the upcoming presidential elections, the liberal media has ramped up its propaganda machine, and is spewing forth its lies and deceptions at an increased rate.
 
 
Propaganda Arise
 

    Due to the upcoming presidential elections, the liberal media has ramped up its propaganda machine, and is spewing forth its lies and deceptions at an increased rate. With the internet now accessible to many loyal Americans, this Committee for the Constitution would encourage all those loyal to the original intention of the Constitution to share our publications and archives with all your friends via eMail.

 

    The purpose of this communication is to suggest that misinformation can arise from each opposing camp in this war for truth and justice. Though the example cited below, now being circulated on the internet, is a harmless incorrect attribution to Jay Leno, it points to the attempt to give credibility to propaganda by associating it with some celebrity or sports figure, etc. Perhaps the least credible, might be politicians or their campaign staff, who always say what people want to hear. With notoriety, we see many influenced by those who have absolutely no clue as to the validity or truth, scientific or historical, to causes they endorse.

 

    The best current example is the issue of "global warming" relative to its cause and assumed remedy. Needless to say, there are, unquestionably, variances in climatic conditions, but to say that "greenhouse" gas, i.e. CO2, emissions are the cause, or that eliminating them is a solution is scientifically ludicrous! First, over 70+% of CO2 is converted by plankton into O2, and, as in all chemical processes, increasing temperature increases the rate of conversion. So, cutting down the rainforests, or other baseless environmentalist proposals lack scientific credibility, regardless of who is on their bandwagon. Secondly, chemically loading a process on one side drives the system oppositely. Needless to say, according to the soon to be published Beyond Reason, by the author of The Attack on America, which we cite frequently in our articles; this is pure, unfounded propaganda, arising from the same failed, human, inventive mind that consistently perverts truth according to what it wants to believe.

 

    At the end of Craig Smith's article, we include a quote from Mr. Leno, which is very relative to another point made in Beyond Reason, which we have been given the privilege to preview. That point is, paraphrasing: "It is significant that throughout history, humanity has always attempted to convince itself that it is in control of its environment. Be it death and dying or health, weather, or individual freedom, there is an absolute of immutable Law which gives order to matter, energy, time, space, and even the abstract and undefinable. Human behavior and emotion are the same in the Amazon, China, deepest Africa, or the U.S. Only time, circumstances, and perceptions change, regardless of whether any people or society comprehend, acknowledge, or want to accept the reality serving as the foundation of the Constitution."

Made in the USA: Spoiled brats
By Craig R. Smith © 2008
November 20, 2006

    The other day I was reading Newsweek magazine and came across some poll data, I found rather hard to believe. It must be true given the source, right? The same magazine that employs Michael (Qurans in the toilets at Gitmo) Isikoff. Here I promised myself this week I would be nice, and I start off in this way. Oh, what a mean man I am.

    The Newsweek poll alleges that 67 percent of Americans are unhappy with the direction the country is headed, and 69 percent of the country is unhappy with the performance of the president. In essence 2/3s of the citizenry just ain't happy and want a change.

    So being the knuckle dragger I am, I starting thinking, ''What we are so unhappy about?''

    Is it that we have electricity and running water 24 hours a day, 7 days a week? Is our unhappiness the result of having air conditioning in the summer and heating in the winter? Could it be that 95.4 percent of these unhappy folks have a job? Maybe it is the ability to walk into a grocery store at any time and see more food in moments than Darfur has seen in the last year?

    Maybe it is the ability to drive from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean without having to present identification papers as we move through each state? Or possibly the hundreds of clean and safe motels we would find along the way that can provide temporary shelter? I guess having thousands of restaurants with varying cuisine from around the world is just not good enough. Or could it be that when we wreck our car, emergency workers show up and provide services to help all involved. Whether you are rich or poor they treat your wounds and even, if necessary, send a helicopter to take you to the hospital.

    Perhaps you are one of the 70 percent of Americans who own a home, you may be upset with knowing that in the unfortunate case of having a fire, a group of trained firefighters will appear in moments and use top notch equipment to extinguish the flames thus saving you, your family and your belongings. Or if, while at home watching one of your many flat screen TVs, a burglar or prowler intrudes; an officer equipped with a gun and a bullet-proof vest will come to defend you and your family against attack or loss. This all in the backdrop of a neighborhood free of bombs or militias raping and pillaging the residents. Neighborhoods where 90 percent of teenagers own cell phones and computers.

    How about the complete religious, social and political freedoms we enjoy that are the envy of everyone in the world? Maybe that is what has 67 percent of you folks unhappy.

    Fact is, we are the largest group of ungrateful, spoiled brats the world has ever seen. No wonder the world loves the U.S. yet has a great disdain for its citizens. They see us for what we are. The most blessed people in the world who do nothing but complain about what we don't have and what we hate about the country instead of thanking the good Lord we live here.

    I know, I know. What about the president who took us into war and has no plan to get us out? The president who has a measly 31 percent approval rating? Is this the same president who guided the nation in the dark days after 9/11? The president that cut taxes to bring an economy out of recession? Could this be the same guy who has been called every name in the book for succeeding in keeping all the spoiled brats safe from terrorist attacks? The commander in chief of an all-volunteer army that is out there defending you and me?

    Make no mistake about it. The troops in Iraq and Afghanistan have volunteered to serve, and in many cases have died for your freedom. There is currently no draft in this country. They didn't have to go. They are able to refuse to go and end up with either a ''general'' discharge, an ''other than honorable'' discharge or, worst case scenario, a ''dishonorable'' discharge after a few days in the brig.

    So why then the flat out discontentment in the minds of 69 percent of Americans? Say what you want but I blame it on the media. If it bleeds it leads and they specialize in bad news. Everybody will watch a car crash with blood and guts. How many will watch kids selling lemonade at the corner? The media knows this and media outlets are for-profit corporations. They offer what sells. Just ask why they are going to allow a murderer like O.J. Simpson to write a book and do a TV special about how he didn't kill his wife but if he did … insane!

    Stop buying the negative venom you are fed everyday by the media. Shut off the TV, burn Newsweek, and use the New York Times for the bottom of your bird cage. Then start being grateful for all we have as a country. There is exponentially more good than bad.

    I close with one of my favorite quotes from B.C. Forbes in 1953:

''What have Americans to be thankful for? More than any other people on the earth, we enjoy complete religious freedom, political freedom, social freedom. Our liberties are sacredly safeguarded by the Constitution of the United States, 'the most wonderful work ever struck off at a given time by the brain and purpose of man.' Yes, we Americans of today have been bequeathed a noble heritage. Let us pray that we may hand it down unsullied to our children and theirs.''

    I suggest this Thanksgiving we sit back and count our blessings for all we have. If we don't, what we have will be taken away. Then we will have to explain to future generations why we squandered such blessing and abundance. If we are not careful this generation will be known as the ''greediest and most ungrateful generation.'' A far cry from the proud Americans of the ''greatest generation'' who left us an untarnished legacy.


    In September 2005, the U.S. was still devastated by the physical, emotional, and political fallout from Hurricane Katrina and other weather related disasters. At the time, a national debate was ongoing about the Pledge of Allegiance and the appropriateness of its reference to the U.S. as one Nation "under God." That month, comedian Jay Leno made humor of the emotional climate of America in one of his Tonight Show opening monologues:

"As you know Hurricane Rita is headed toward Florida, Texas and Louisiana. Another hurricane! It's like the ninth hurricane this season. Maybe this is not a good time to take God out of the Pledge of Allegiance."

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