What the Establishment wants is government-directed, government-negotiated trade, which is mercantilism not free trade. It was reprinted in dozens of papers across the country, drawing an unprecedented number of angry letters, some published, more anonymous and written in the usual crayon.
But not only that: Click here to listen And then, the hypocritical liberals, led by my least favorite McLaughlin Grouper Eleanor Clift, mockingly whined: As we have seen, the intellectual classes may be part of the solution, but also they are a big part of the problem.
But time is by no means the only problem. The sellouter is morally evil; the retreatist, in contrast is, to put it kindly, terribly misguided. Bias, love of liberals and hatred of their enemies, oozes out of the media at every pore.
If it took the intellectual-media political elites twenty-five years to effect their own Cultural Revolution, then we should be able to lead a successful counter-Revolution in much less time. The outbreak of the Woody-Mia scandal during the week of the Republican Convention was a fortuitous coincidence that highlighted the cultural warfare theme.
Daher heute mal was in englischer Sprache. And we know, too, that the media have been, for a long time, biased against conservatives and libertarians and in favor of left-liberalism. Also, leftists seem to think it is particularly evil for Dan Quayle to criticize Murphy Brown or the Hollywood cultural elite.
Quite the contrary, he aimed at particular targets who embodied the statist doctrines he abhorred.
First, of course, the strategy at best will take several hundred years, and some of us are a bit more impatient than that. At bottom is the point which many of us had to learn painfully over the years: So how come the media invariably skew the result, and pick and choose the few leftists in the field?
Just look around you, Mario. If anything, the time is more like the old atomic clock drawn by the anti-nuclear war scientists: The supposed "bully" cannot surrender to an ultimatum lest he be overthrown.
Throughout his long life, he called for war, first against Nazi Germany and then against Comrade Stalin. It also applies to any activities which are tarred with the public brush, with the use, for example, of government streets, or any acceptance of taxpayer funds.
No stone was left unturned in this quest. Want some more examples of government in culture? In a few paragraphs, Rothbard destroys the prevailing doctrine of twentieth-century American foreign policy.
It is high time that the cultural elite be subjected to withering and systematic criticism, scorn, and denunciation. Speaking on Face the Nation on the Sunday after the Houston convention, Mario was a man crazed with hate.
The Munich Conference, September, perfectly illustrates how not to handle a dictator. Rothbard expertly locates the central fallacy in the argument of the libertarian heretics.
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