That basic truth cannot be repeated often enough. That figure comes from left-wing historians in France. If you thought totalitarianism would fade away after the Cold War, think again. North Korea keeps concentration camps for 200,000 people, according to recent satellite photos. The moral difference among Hitler, Stalin, and the Kims is zilch, zero, nada. There are no moral distinctions among willful mass murderers.
Liberals never seem to get that elementary point.
As Paul Johnson points out in his crucial book, Intellectuals, prominent Western professors and media heroes consciously enabled mass murder all over the Nazi-Marxist world. They still do. That is knowing, criminal collusion in murder on an unimaginable scale.
Big-name philosophers in England and France supported both Hitler and Stalin — a sort of serial mass murder-enabling racket. Paul Johnson’s book is an essential read.
But liberals everywhere are in denial about the new totalitarianism, which is exactly like the old totalitarianism.
Read more by James Lewis at The American Thinker
The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, Repression is a book authored by several European academics and edited by Stéphane Courtois, which describes a history of repressions, both political and civilian, by Communist states, including genocides, extrajudicial executions, deportations, and artificial famines. The book was originally published in 1997 in France under the title Le Livre noir du communisme: Crimes, terreur, répression by Éditions Robert Laffont. In the United States it is published by Harvard University Press.
Happy May Day!
By joining the Republican Party of Milwaukee County you will have the opportunity to learn about upcoming events and meet your elected officials and candidates for office. You will also be able to meet and work with like-minded people that could lead to a lifetime friendship.
Not all memberships are up on June 30th of this year if you have a two year membership. There will be a mailing in late June notifying members that they need to renew. In addition an email will be sent out on June 20th that your membership needs to be renewed.
If you have questions concerning your membership call 414-727-1220, leave a message that it concerns membership and someone will get back to you.
A little-remembered anniversary occurs this April 30 — the 225th Anniversary of the U.S. Constitution being put into operation.
Many might remember that April 30, 1789 was the day that George Washington took the oath of office and gave his inaugural address. But lest we forget, this very act also marked the launching of the American Constitutional System.
–SNIP– Then sometime after 1 P.M., Washington gave his inaugural address, where he offered a prayer as his first official act, acknowledging our dependence on God and asking his blessing on our national endeavor.
“It would be peculiarly improper to omit in this first official act my fervent supplications to that Almighty Being Who rules over the universe, Who presides in the councils of nations, and Whose providential aids can supply every human defect – that His benediction may consecrate to the liberties and happiness of the people of the United States.”
It seems that the President and the Congress had not been enlightened by the current federal judges of today and their novel doctrine of the Separation of Church and State, where the State gets to say when and where you can talk about God.
Read more by Craig Seibert at AmericanThinker.com
The Republican Party of Milwaukee County is moving
from our (soon to close) office at
1488 S. 84th Street, West Allis, WI.
to our new office at
3647 S. Chase Ave, Milwaukee WI 53207
Sen. Ron Johnson will visit our new office on Thurs. May 5 at 4:00pm. Stop in and meet the Senator!
from 4:00 PM to 4:30 PM
at the new RPMC office at
3647 S. Chase Ave, Milwaukee WI 53207
Please join Ron for a Milwaukee Office Opening on Thursday, May 5th in Milwaukee. Space is limited so get your tickets on Eventbrite now!
Hey West Allis Republicans,
Don’t forget our monthly meeting on Thursday at the almost-closed West Allis office of the RPMC 1488 S. 84th St.
Meeting time is 7:00 pm.
And don’t forget, it’s BYOC (Bring your own chair)
Kevin M. Soczka, Branch Chairman
Dear Committed Activist,
First I want to thank each of you for all that you did to help with the Spring Election. With your help we were not only able to turn out a historic number of Republican primary voters but also elected Justice Rebecca Bradley to a full term on the Supreme Court.
We now must turn our attention to November and doing everything we can to re-elect Senator Ron Johnson. The stakes could not be higher and it is imperative that we continue to have Ron out in Washington D.C. fighting for the hardworking people of Wisconsin.
The first step in making sure that we re-elect Senator Johnson is getting him on the ballot.
I am asking that each of you collect at least 10 nomination signatures by May 20th. You can access the nomination form and instruction sheet by clicking here.
After collecting those signatures they must be mailed to RPW Headquarters in Madison:
Republican Party of Wisconsin
148 E. Johnson St.
Madison, WI 53713
Starting today, you may begin collecting signatures. This is a huge undertaking and a great opportunity to once again showcase the incredible grassroots infrastructure we have here in our state. I hope I can count on your support to not only meet, but exceed these goals, and help to keep Wisconsin moving forward.
Chairman Brad Courtney
from 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
at Trattoria di Carlo, 8469 S. Howell Ave., Oak Creek, WI 53154
With Guest Speaker Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel
RSVP by Tuesday, April 19th, 2016
from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Honored Guest: Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch
O’Donoghue’s Irish Pub
13225 Watertown Plank Rd.
Elm Grove, WI 53122
Come out and show your support for Representative Hutton who has been a leader in protecting individual liberties, limiting government, and corrections reform.
Refreshments will be served. Cash bar available. Remarks at 7pm.
Suggested Donation: $40 per person
Host Levels: Gold $1,000, Silver $500, Bronze $250
Please make checks payable to “Citizens for Rob Hutton”
Email: rob AT rob-hutton.com
Today, it’s an astonishing, even eerie, scene: the icon of modern American conservatism, whose rise to political prominence was galvanized by the cultural rebellion of the 1960s, fighting off an attack-at-gunpoint by the quintessential modern American rebel. But when “The Dark, Dark Hours” episode of General Electric Theater aired live from Hollywood on December 12, 1954, Ronald Reagan and James Dean were just two actors yet to find the roles that would define them.
Reagan plays a doctor who feels threatened by Dean, a teenage criminal seeking medical help for a friend.
Apparently, having a different opinion from anyone is now being translated as ‘hate speech.’ If you think the idea of having a man with his private parts still attached being allowed to use the women’s facilities is outrageous, then you hate all gays and the government needs to enact laws to protect the LGBT community. If however a state tries to protect the right for women’s privacy in the facilities, then liberal celebrities must boycott those states. All criticism of Hillary Clinton is sexism; all criticism of President Obama’s policies is proof that racism is back in America. The tea party and all Republicans are racists, anti-gay, Islamaphobic and whatever negative the mainstream media can dream up and since the nation has forgotten how to reason, those lies are accepted as truths.
In 2013, Dr. Ben Carson spoke at the Washington Prayer Breakfast and said, “PC is dangerous. In this country, one of the founding principles was freedom of thought and freedom of expression. (Political correctness) puts a muzzle on people.”
Read more by Alicia Colon at JewishWorldReview.com
Tax Freedom Day 2016 is April 24
Tax Freedom Day® is the day when the nation as a whole has earned enough money to pay its total tax bill for the year. Tax Freedom Day takes all federal, state, and local taxes and divides them by the nation’s income.
Tax Freedom Day 2016 is April 24. In 2016, Americans will pay $3.34 trillion in federal taxes and $1.64 trillion in state and local taxes, for a total tax bill of $4.99 trillion, or 31 percent of national income. This year, Tax Freedom Day falls on April 24th, or 114 days into the year (excluding Leap Day).
at 11:30 a.m. at Benny’s Cafe (in the back room), 5354 S 27th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53221.
This month, our featured guest will be State Representative Dave Craig.
The Coffee Klatches are a great way to informally meet like-minded women and to interact with interesting local thought leaders, elected officials, and candidates. Our usual coffee klatch time includes time to chat, coffee & breakfast, and hearing a bit from our special guest.
Please RSVP to email@example.com. Although an RSVP is not necessary, it is appreciated.