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REPRESSIVE TOLERANCE

AUGUST 27, 2016BY P. ANDREW SANDLIN   In understanding the intellectual development of the great social vision of our time, Cultural or Libertarian Marxism, it’s imperative to know about Herbert Marcuse. Marcuse was a German Marxist and part of the so-called Frankfurt … Continue reading

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Says She Opposes Capitalism. A Recently Taken Photo Suggests Otherwise – DC Clothesline[Ideology and Intentions vs. Practicalities and Results]

There are many who speak loudly against capitalism, all the while still enjoying its benefits. To illustrate this point, just look at Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez texting from her iPhone, wearing a Movado watch, and drinking a Starbucks coffee. A democratic socialist, who thinks … Continue reading

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Enthralled by Cultural Marxism

Four Horsemen of The Frankfurt School http://www.tysknews.com/Depts/society/cultural_marxism.htm By Chuck Morse  –  January 2002 Links with multiple references to Marxism: Kurt Lewin: “Group Decision and Social Change” Using dissatisfaction as a tool in social transformation Bloody Utopian Dreams, Part I: Hammer … Continue reading

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What is Moral Relativism? 

by Robin Schumacher Moral relativism is a philosophy that asserts there is no global, absolute moral law that applies to all people, for all time, and in all places. Instead of an objective moral law, it espouses a qualified view … Continue reading

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