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FEUD IN THE NINTH CIRCUIT

Saturday, March 18th, 2017

 

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Feud in the Ninth Circuit

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PHOTOS – ICON LECTURE – DR. MIKE ADAMS, PhD, CULTURAL MARXISM IN OUR UNIVERSITIES

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

 

Professor Mike Adams, PhD, UNC Wilmington, was the guest speaker at ICON Lectures on Tuesday, March 7, 2017.  The subject of his talk was the detrimental roles of Cultural Marxism campus-wide in the erosion of conservative values and the suppression of Constitutional rights, particularly concerning free speech.  Some of the issues he discussed included  campus safe spaces and hot  spots, trigger warnings, same-sex marriage, reverse discrimination and political correctness. 
Dr. Adams is Professor of Sociology and Criminology at UNC Wilmington and was awarded Professor of the Year for both 1998 and 2000.  His promotion was initially denied based on the university’s denouncement of his politically “incorrect” writings.  The US Court of Appeals found he had been illegally retaliated against, and ordered restitution. 
A video of Dr. Adam’s talk will be posted on the ICON website in about a week for those of you who were unable to attend the lecture or who live outside our immediate area.    www.iconlectureseries.com
The following photos were taken at the event.  Nancy
ICON’s next lecture will be on Tuesday, April 25. 2017  at 7 pm.    Lt.  General Daniel Bolger (ret), NCSU Assistant Professor and author of “Why We Lost” will be the guest speaker.  The subject of his talk will be Slow Death:  Assessing America’s War on Terrorism”. 
Tickets can be bought online at www.iconlectureseries.com 

Professor Mike Adams, PhD, UNC Wilmington

Mike Adams speaking with Jay DeLancy, Voter Integrity Project

Janie Wagstaff, President, ICON Lectures,

From the left: Colonel Jay Stobbs (ret), Lynda Newman, Mark Prokop and Terry Wiegers

 

From the left: Dr John Wright, Cathy Wright, Gladys Kofalt and Dr. Terry Kane

From the left: Andrea Rock, ICON Board, Sandra Henson, Jane Hogan, ICON Advisory Board

From the left: Pamela Ransohoff and Carolyn Oldham

From the left: Eileen McIntyre, Zan Bunn, President, North Carolina Federation of Republican Women and Sandra Henson

Harriet and Frank Livingston

From the left: Nancy Clark, ICON Board and Joanie Liotta

From the left: Greg Pulscher and Robert Luebke of Civitas Institute

From the left: Dee Park, and Ruth and Dr. Steve Bishop

From the left: Al Martindale and Guy Guidry

From the left: Jeff Ryder and Rod Chaney

From the left: Meg Gresham, ICON Board, Rosemarie Wenzel and Cheri Hardman

From the left: Colonel Jay Stobbs (ret), Sandy Bazley and Ken Johnson

From the left: Meg Gresham, Richard LeSeane,
John Gray, Chapel Hill Friends of the NRA and Nancy Clark

Meg Gresham and Kathy Langley

AFTER THE LECTURE GET TOGETHER
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LOUIS FARRAKHAN – 9 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

Friday, February 24th, 2017

 

9 Things You Need to Know About Louis Farrakhan, Friend to Obama and DNC Frontrunner Ellison

By AAron Bandler      February 23, 2017
Louis Farrakhan recently spewed more anti-Semitism during his keynote address at the Nation of Islam’s national conference:
“I want to disabuse the Jews today of the false claim that you are the chosen of God — that Israel or Palestine belongs to you,” Farrakhan said, to loud cheers.
PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK TO READ THE ARTICLE AND VIEW THE VIDEO

 

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RACIAL INDOCTRINATION DAY AT CHICAGO SCHOOL

Tuesday, February 21st, 2017

 

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

It’s Racial Indoctrination Day at an Upscale Chicagoland School

As administrators foist ‘social justice’ on 4,000 suburban students, parents plead for balance.

PHOTO: ISTOCK

What passes for education at many American public schools is too often closer to indoctrination. Consider the seminar day that New Trier High School, in Winnetka, Ill., on Chicago’s affluent North Shore, is planning for Feb. 28.

The title for the all-school seminar is “Understanding Today’s Struggle for Racial Civil Rights.” That very term, “racial civil rights,” is misleading, since civil rights protect Americans’ freedoms regardless of their race. Judging from the roster of scheduled events, the seminar might be more accurately titled “Inculcating a Progressive View of Social Justice.”

Here are a few of the offerings scheduled for presentation to New Trier’s roughly 4,000 students: “SPENT: A Simulation to See How Long You Can Survive on Minimum Wage”—which touches on race at best tangentially. “Developing a Positive, Accountable White Activism for Racial Civil Rights”—which promotes a divisive view of race as a primordial fact, the essence of identity, a bright line between oppressed and oppressor. “One Person One Vote: Can the Voting Rights Act Be Saved?”—which absurdly suggests that the Voting Rights Act is at risk of being repealed.

There are plenty of sessions on the connections that music, art and culture have with civil rights. Very little programming, however, is devoted to actually explaining to students what civil rights are and what their place is in this country’s political tradition.

Yet the continuing quest to fulfill America’s founding promise is unintelligible without a grasp of how civil rights are grounded in the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Or without an understanding of the often-heroic struggle for civil rights over the course of American history—the abolition movement, the Civil War, the great Reconstruction constitutional amendments, the grievous setback of Jim Crow, the modern civil-rights movement, the landmark Supreme Court cases like Brown v. Board of Education.

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ANXIETY OVER THE PRESIDENT-ELECT

Monday, November 28th, 2016

 

Stigall: No, Democrats. We Don’t Want Trump to Treat You As Obama Has

I understand you’re angry. I understand you’re disappointed. I understand you feel like you don’t know your country anymore. But I need you to understand something.

It’s how I felt when you helped elect Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012.

Believe it or not, I thought he was pretty dangerous, too. I thought he held some pretty radical points of view, too. Most of all, I dreaded what he had in mind for our country’s direction. And you know what? He succeeded in fomenting, presiding over, and implementing so much of what I feared.

My sister-in-law called two days before the election devastated her family of five’s private health insurance policy jumped $500 a month.

I’ve watched cops protested and assassinated while American cities roil and burn. I’ve watched people tie up traffic and “occupy” streets and places of business.

I’ve seen a chicken sandwich restaurant attacked because its founder supports traditional marriage and a beer company attacked because its owner supports a Republican candidate.

Some of my favorite comedians have complained their comedy is no longer welcome on college campuses because what was once a punch line is now “dangerous speech.” My favorite entertainers suggest because I don’t support their candidate, I’m somehow a racist, sexist, or a homophobe.

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VIDEO – GEORGE SOROS – THE IDEOLOGY BEHIND THE MAN

Thursday, November 17th, 2016

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DONALD TRUMP’S ORTHODOX JEWISH SON-IN-LAW SPEAKS OUT

Saturday, November 12th, 2016

 

Open Letter From Trump’s Orthodox Jewish Son In Law Jared Kushner: Trump Is Not An Anti-Semite

(Thursday, July 7th, 2016 01:00 PM)

jaredDonald Trump is the father of Ivanka Trump, who is married to Observer publisher Jared Kushner.

The following was written by Jared Kushner, and appears on the Observer:

My father-in-law is not an anti-Semite.

It’s that simple, really. Donald Trump is not anti-Semitic and he’s not a racist. Despite the best efforts of his political opponents and a large swath of the media to hold Donald Trump accountable for the utterances of even the most fringe of his supporters—a standard to which no other candidate is ever held—the worst that his detractors can fairly say about him is that he has been careless in retweeting imagery that can be interpreted as offensive.

I read the Dana Schwartz piece that appeared on Observer.com. As always, there are thoughtful points but journalists, even those who work for me at the Observer, are not always right. While I respect her opinion, I want to show another side to explain why I disagree.

In my opinion, accusations like “racist” and “anti-Semite” are being thrown around with a carelessness that risks rendering these words meaningless.

If even the slightest infraction against what the speech police have deemed correct speech is instantly shouted down with taunts of “racist” then what is left to condemn the actual racists? What do we call the people who won’t hire minorities or beat others up for their religion?

This is not idle philosophy to me. I am the grandson of Holocaust survivors. On December 7, 1941—Pearl Harbor Day—the Nazis surrounded the ghetto of Novogroduk, and sorted the residents into two lines: those selected to die were put on the right; those who would live were put on the left. My grandmother’s sister, Esther, raced into a building to hide. A boy who had seen her running dragged her out and she was one of about 5100 Jews to be killed during this first slaughter of the Jews in Novogrudok. On the night before Rosh Hashana 1943, the 250 Jews who remained of the town’s 20,000 plotted an escape through a tunnel they had painstakingly dug beneath the fence. The searchlights were disabled and the Jews removed nails from the metal roof so that it would rattle in the wind and hopefully mask the sounds of the escaping prisoners.

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HILLARY CLINTON EMBRACES GEORGE SOROS’ ‘RADICAL’ VISION OF OPEN-BORDER WORLD

Friday, November 4th, 2016

 

 – The Washington Times – Thursday, October 20, 2016

Hillary Clinton has aligned herself closely with a vision for America laid out by her benefactor — left-wing financier George Soros, who talks of “international governance,” more open borders, increased Muslim immigration and diminished U.S. global power.

The phrase “American exceptionalism” is not part of his agenda. He wrote in 1998: “The sovereignty of states must be subordinated to international law and international institutions.”

“We need some global system of political decision-making. In short, we need a global society to support our global economy,” Mr. Soros wrote.

After the Sept. 11, 2001, al Qaeda attacks on New York City and the Pentagon, he said, “Military power is of limited use in dealing with asymmetric threats such as terrorism.”

The Clinton-Soros symbiosis came into clearer focus this month with WikiLeaks’ release of thousands of hacked emails from John Podesta, Mrs. Clinton’s campaign chairman. Mr. Soros‘ name comes up nearly 60 times.

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BLACK LIVES MATTER – A PASTOR SPEAKS OUT

Friday, October 28th, 2016

 

Rev. Peterson- Black Lives Matter Is ‘Evil, They’re Wicked … Worse Than The KKK’
By Michael W. Chapman | September 21, 2016 |
clip_image001Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson (BOND)
Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, an author, columnist, talk radio host, and founder of the pro-family group BOND, said the “race hustlers” in America include Jesse Jackson, the NAACP, and President Barack Obama, and added that the group Black Lives Matter is “evil” and “wicked” and “worse than the KKK.”
“If Black Lives Matter was a white organization and doing exactly what they’re doing now, America would not accept them, they would not,” said Rev. Peterson in a Sept. 17 interview with Ginni Thomas, a contributor to The Daily Caller. (Thomas is the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.)   “But because they are black and white people are afraid, and then they have the support of the president, they’re allowed to bring on destruction in this country.”
“Those people are evil, they’re wicked, they’re an agitating group, they’re worse than the KKK,” said Rev. Peterson, who grew up on a plantation in Tuskegee, Alabama during the Jim Crow era. (Peterson’s ancestors had been slaves on the same plantation in the 19th century.)
During the interview, Ginni Thomas asked, “Who are the race hustlers? Who’s in the business of keeping blacks angry?”
Rev. Peterson said, “The race hustlers are people like Jesse Jackson, the NAACP, the Congressional Black Caucus, Louis Farrakhan — the so-called civil rights leaders — many of the black preachers, Barack Obama. They’re all into keeping black Americans angry and demoralized for power and wealth for themselves. And you have to demoralize a person or a people in order to control them.”
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VIDEO – DONALD TRUMP SPEECH ON URBAN RENEWAL, CHARLOTTE, NC, OCTOBER 26, 2016

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016

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