….Direct from AZ Republic’s Tucson outpost, editorial writer Linda Valdez wishfully warns:
Socialism has a young face in America; look out GOP
Socialism is alive and well in America. It’s young, too. An NBC exit poll found Sen. Bernie Sanders won 84 percent of voters age 18 to 29. He won 58 percent of the 30 to 44 age group, as well. His anti-establishment appeal resonates with those who will inherit the mess the establishment made. These young people may not create a problem for Hillary Clinton this year. But they will grow into a strong consistency for reversing the small government policies of the far right.
Read the radical Marxist-based platform of the Socialist Party USA rooted in support of the revolutionary overthrow of the U.S. government. No wonder leftist Valdez is licking her chops at the prospect of our representative Republic, based in the rule of law, failing.
This instructive video explains the American form of government, comparing it to other government systems:
Monarchy or Dictatorship: (ruled by one)
Oligarchy: (ruled by a few)
Democracy: (ruled by a majority)
Republic: (ruled by law)
Anarchy: (ruled by no one)
What Valdez neglects to attribute the increase in radical thinking to is the fact that over several decades American students have been force fed liberalism by their unionist public school teachers who hold a decidedly left-wing agenda. (Listen closely to the words of longtime NEA legal counsel Bob Chanin given in his retirement speech in linked ad in previous sentence). The Center for Responsive Politics posts the amounts — in millions — that the National Education Association and the American Federation of Teachers contribute to liberal political campaigns. That answers the question of the leftward lurch.