Category Archives: Socialist Planning

‘Rules for Radicals’ influences politics in North Carolina

If your organization is small in numbers…conceal the members…but raise a din and clamor that will make the (people) believe that your organization numbers many more than it does. __Saul Alinsky, Rules for Radicals Although he died in 1972 Alinsky’s … Continue reading

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Redistributing other people’s money

For the past 150 years federal and State politicians in America have been codifying schemes to take money from people who earn it and establishing bureaucracies to distribute it to others who did not earn it. Increasingly, the American public … Continue reading

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Leftist indoctrination of North Carolina children

The insidious cultural destruction of Western Civilization well under way in America is clearly at play in North Carolina. Most people are unaware of how and why this is happening. A public service by the Civitas Institute in Raleigh (www.nccivitas.org) … Continue reading

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Attempting to disarm American citizens

Democrat-Socialist “progressives” drive their issues on the fuel of emotion. Anger, resentment, vengeance and hate most often show in their rhetoric and activities, rather than logic, reason and science. Further, their immediate schemes hide the real agenda of Utopian Justice … Continue reading

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Carbon cleansers

What’s a bigger threat to human life on earth than the Islamic State’s drive to murder everyone who does not accept Islamic law? According to America’s Dear Leader and his disciples it’s carbon; especially the benign form necessary for life: … Continue reading

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Wrong priorities for county government

The more the state “plans” the more difficult planning becomes for the individual. The Road to Serfdom, Frederick A. Hayek   While many of us worry about taxes we’ve paid and owe, and try to plan our lives with limited resources, … Continue reading

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The fallacies of social justice and public housing

A “Profile” article in a recent issue of the Greater Wilmington Business Journal (www.wilmingtonbiz.com) featured Katrina Redmon, CEO of the Wilmington Housing Authority (WHA). Much of the puff-piece was about Ms. Redmon and her accomplishments as a female: “I’ve been … Continue reading

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