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Anti-Muslim suspicion in Britain has a whiff of McCarthyism about it  


Allegations of an Islamic takeover plot in Birmingham schools aren’t justified by the evidence – and the government response is way out of proportion.

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News Flash: Senator Quits McCarthyism Committee Over McCarthyism Allegations

La Satira News Service

Senator Lucius H. Quaggmeyer announced today that he would step down from his position as chairman of the Senate McCarthyism Investigation Committee after his fellow committee members accused him of engaging in McCarthyian tactics. 361 more words

News Flash

Soap And Education

To a political historian, the 1950s is a goldmine. The Cold War. Eisenhower. McCarthyism. China. The Civil Rights movement. Korea. Eden. Space Race. Churchill. Socialism. For a political historian who dabbles in the politics of gay rights, the 1950s sets up two very distinctive paths: progress, and stagnation. 1,042 more words


RightSounds: Dennis Prager warns of McCarthyism in Mozilla CEO resignation

Talking memes?!  
Hear the voices behind the quotes.
Right thinkers. Right here. Right now.

Free speech for conservatives is under attack. From the IRS persecution of Tea Party groups to the recent Leftist mob forcing Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich to resign for a political donation he made six years ago, the message is clear. 66 more words

Culture Clatch

Uninstall Firefox

Dennis Prager says it better than I ever could in his latest column.

In 31 years of broadcasting, and 40 years of writing, I have never advocated a boycott of a product.

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Total Recall 1950s or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Internet

Wishing I was about a decade older and actually learned in American history…

Caveat: I know my following rant will likely have no substance, no substantiation, just “feelings” and “off the cuff,” will be generalized and simplistic, and perhaps emotionally charged.  1,398 more words


F is for Fahrenheit 451 #atozchallenge @aprila2z

Fahrenheit 451 is a dystopian (anti-utopian) novel by Ray Bradbury published in 1953.

It is regarded as one of his best works.   The novel presents a future American society where books are outlawed and “firemen” burn any that are found.   226 more words