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The simple explanation being, "the further you go to the extreme left the further you must go to the right to bring us back into the balanced, limited government as originally conceived". Any questions?
August 24, 2013
As noted, an ideology is a set of political beliefs about the nature of people and society. People who are committed to an ideology seek not only to persuade but to recruit others to their belief. In U.S. history, there are many examples of extremist ideologies and movements. The colonists who sought to free themselves from British rule and the Confederate states who sought to secede from the Northern states are just two examples.
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In a press release, Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said, “The Obama administration has a nasty habit of equating basic conservative values with terrorism. And now, in a document full of claptrap, its Defense Department suggests that the Founding Fathers, and many conservative Americans, would not be welcome in today’s military,” [....] “And it is striking that some the language in this new document echoes the IRS targeting language of conservative and Tea Party investigations. After reviewing this document, one can’t help but worry for the future and morale of our nation’s armed forces.”
This is not the first ludicrous mislabeling of pro freedom individuals or groups in US federal government papers. A 2012 study funded by the Department of Homeland Security characterizes Americans who are “reverent of individual liberty,” and “suspicious of centralized federal authority” as “extreme right-wing” terrorists.
Grave concern should be haunting the United States from coast to coast over these revelations.
Labeling those who espouse “making the world a better place,” as advocates of violence just shows the sick twist of reality that is potentially being pounded into the heads of those serving in the military.
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