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Nazis In Newark In The 1930’s.. A Parallel Universe With Today

By Dr. Norman Berdichevsky

The crisis we face today that has resulted in an ever more aggressive and truculent, militant Islam threatening the foundations of Western civilization – without and within, bears an uncanny parallel, almost a parallel universe, with the dreadful anxiety-filled 1930s.

A time when a virulent Nazism intimidated and cowed much of public opinion throughout the United States…

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Wisconsin Shows The Way To Avoid A Banana Republic

By Dr. Norman Berdichevsky

Despite Vice-President’s Biden rabble rousing demagogic speech on June 19 in Los Angeles to AFSCME union workers as the self-declared defender of the middle class and public service union employees and all they “deserve” against their class enemies.

Directly addressing the union members, Biden’s facial expressions resembled Castro, Chavez or Peron in a mounting crescendo of shouting, fist pumping and finger pointing…

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The Supreme Court And King Solomon’s Decision To Split The Baby

By Dr. Norman Berdichevsky

The two recent Supreme Court decisions on the Arizona immigration law and the Health Care Act have astounded, perplexed and aggravated many Americans, perhaps the great majority, including those on both sides of the issue.

How can a reasonable, educated and knowledgeable citizenry integrate the self-contradictory decisions that defy common sense?

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Politics 2012 And The Stuyvesant Almuni; Holder, Axelrod, Morris, Sowell And Me

By Dr. Norman Berdichevsky

Stuyvesant High School in Lower Manhattan celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2004 and is regarded as one of the finest secondary schools in the United States with an outstanding reputation for the academic and professional achievements of those who have been its students.

A 1957 survey found that Stuyvesant High School alumni accounted for more Ph.D.s earned in the United States than any other high school. Among its alumni are…

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Why Muslims ‘Become Radicalized’ Is No Mystery

By Dr. Norman Berdichevsky

They are not jokers, hippies, or oppositionists. They are seekers of martyrdom, meaning that they are in a hurry to go to Paradise.

They are not interested in the life of this world, and they want to take with them to the grave the greatest number of people possible.

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The Leftwing Tilt Of American Literature And Film

By Dr. Norman Berdichevsky

Long before the turbulent 60s, there was a strong attachment of many of America’s leading writers and filmmakers with the Left.

This has predisposed much political thought to follow the cultural trends perceived as ‘enlightened’, ‘progressive’, ‘idealistic’ and ‘cool’…

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The Appeal Of Jihad And The Cartoon Affair

By Dr. Norman Berdichevsky

If we are to learn anything at all from history, it is that the Islamist concept of jihad was unequivocally understood as “violent holy war” against the infidels and not subject to varying interpretations.

It remains a political weapon that has been used quite similarly by the last Ottoman Caliph, the Taliban, the Iranian mullahs, Al-Qaeda and rival extremist Sunni and Shi’ite clerics in Iraq today…

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Israel; From Darling Of The Left To Pariah State

By Dr. Norman Berdichevsky

April 26 this year, according to the corresponding date of the Jewish lunar calendar marks the 64th anniversary of Israel’s Declaration of Independence (May 15, 1948).

Since then, Israel has been constantly in the news and with the passage of time subjected to the growing myth never challenged by the media, that the United States was wholly or largely responsible for fully supporting Israel…

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The Sixties Revisited – How The Counter-Culture Made Me A ‘Fascist Pig’

By Dr. Norman Berdichevsky

Those of us who were in our teens during the 1960s can appreciate the extent to which popular culture and politics have changed beyond recognition.

We lived through that era as witnesses, spectators, demonstrators, civil rights activists, draft dodgers, drop-outs, beatniks, hippies, flower children, and participants of what some historians have termed the unraveling of society…

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The 1935 Novel ‘It Can’t Happen Here’, Obama, And Why It Did

Dr. Norman Berdichevsky

It Can’t Happen Here was a best-selling satirical political novel by Sinclair Lewis published in 1935. It aroused considerable controversy when published and in the years leading up to World War II.

The plot featured the account of a crusading newspaperman, Doremus Jessup, struggling against the newly elected fascist regime of President Berzelius “Buzz” Windrip…

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Communist Party Support for Cuban Dictators, Batista And Castro

By Dr. Norman Berdichevsky

For the past fifty years Fidel Castro and Che Guevara have been elevated by ignorant college students into international icons on the level of pop-stars.

The number of teenagers and would-be teenagers wearing Che or Fidel T-shirts probably exceeds those wearing any other emblem with the possible exception of the cross (probably more as a cosmetic adornment rather than a real religious symbol of faith)…

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Inherited Family Fortunes Of FDR, JFK, Gore And Kerry Dwarf Romney Wealth

By Dr. Norman Berdichevsky

Mitt Romney will face Barack Hussein Obama and the President will play every card in his hand of divisiveness and pitting Americans against each other – first and foremost the racial card, then the gender card and the ethnic card with Hispanics.

Almost possessing a straight flush, Obama will play the class card of the Occupy Movement…

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