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The American Mind: Video: Charles Kesler Interviewing William Voegeli, Secrets of The Liberal Agenda

The title of this video is “The Secret Liberal Agenda”. So hearing that I thought to myself, oh no! The Right has figured out our secret agenda of economic and personal freedom and equality for everyone and are going to use that against us! 280 more words

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The American Mind: Video: The Pity Party, A Mean-Spirited Diatribe Against Liberal Compassion: Charles Kesler Interviewing William Voegeli

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This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on WordPress

The whole time that Charles Kesler and William Vogeili were talking about what they would call liberal compassion and that anyone who disagrees with them must be either immoral, ignorant, or hates poor people or something, gave me the idea that they didn’t know who they were talking about. 566 more words

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The American Mind: Video: The Pity Party, A Mean-Spirited Diatribe Against Liberal Compassion: Charles Kesler Interviewing William Voegeli

The whole time that Charles Kesler and William Vogeili were talking about what they would call liberal compassion and that anyone who disagrees with them must be either immoral, ignorant, or hates poor people or something, gave me the idea that they didn’t know who they were talking about. 566 more words

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The American Mind: Video: Charles Kesler Interviewing Chris DeMuth: Talking About What Became Welfare Reform

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This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger

What they are essentially talking about is what became known as the Welfare Reform Act of 1996 that was a bipartisan bill in Congress between Democrats and Republicans that was negotiated with President Bill Clinton. 152 more words

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The American Mind: Video: Charles Kesler Interviewing Chris DeMuth: Talking About What Became Welfare Reform

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This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger

What they are essentially talking about is what became known as the Welfare Reform Act of 1996 that was a bipartisan bill in Congress between Democrats and Republicans that was negotiated with President Bill Clinton. 152 more words

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