Sunday, April 4, 2010

How Soon We Forget

Driving home from a business trip to New York, I crossed the Susquehanna River in Maryland over the “Millard E. Tydings Memorial Bridge.” If you are a product of the public school system it is doubtful that you have heard of Millard E. Tydings. The most radical president to ever live in the White House before Barack Obama was Franklin Delano Roosevelt. A combination of FDR’s radical beliefs and the four year period in which the Soviets were fighting a common enemy with us resulted in the US government becoming riddled with communists. In particular, they had infiltrated the State Department and the results had a catastrophic result on the post war world. While there was some resistance to this, one party Democrat Party rule had effectively prevented loyal Americans from doing much about it until Senator Joe McCarthy took up the crusade. The shot fired across the bow of the Truman administration and a wakeup call for America was McCarthy’s Wheeling, West Virginia speech that called out the communists.

The American public was so incensed with the infiltration of their government that it could no longer be ignored and Senator Millard Tydings was assigned to investigate the infiltration of the State Department. What followed was one of the more shameful episodes in Congressional history (at least until now). Rather than investigate the presence of communists, Tydings working in concert with the White House and the State Department worked to hide evidence and protect the communist moles. Long before Barack Obama sought to protect Desiree Rogers from testifying about gate crashers at the White House, President Truman exercised truly imperial authority with a secrecy order that included keeping State Department records in the White House to prevent them from being seen by the Senate panel. This was the very first use of executive privilege by an American President and it was done to protect the Nation’s enemies. Millard Tydings was in the center of this subterfuge and orchestrated the entire lie. Long before the show trials of Henry Waxman, Tydings subverted Senate rules and processes to prevent the public from seeing the depth of Democrat party association with known communists. But Marylanders named a bridge after him – there is no justice. Tydings was a traitor to his country, a fraud, and a serial liar. He must have really brought home the bacon in order to get his name on that bridge.

No doubt we are going to have a lot of housecleaning to do starting in 2012. Barack Obama is merrily placing radicals in the government and they are burying themselves like ticks. Years from now as we marvel at idiotic judges and mind boggling activities by government agencies we will be able to track the origins back to the most radical administration in United States history. Elections do have consequences and we are paying for our National naiveté now. People couldn’t believe that there are modern day communists (we beat them didn’t we?) but they didn’t give up, they just re-made their image and are hiding in organizations like, ACORN (and its 200+ affiliates), many environmental groups, and the SEIU.

If you want to know why we are experiencing National déjà vu, read the fabulous Blacklisted by History: The Untold Story of Senator Joe McCarthy and His Fight Against America’s Enemies by M. Stanton Evans. You will see the real story of how the traitor party protected communists and sold their country down the river. I can’t help but wonder if we will have the freedom someday to write about rooting out the moles that Obama is planting now, or whether this is the beginning of the end of truth.

Conservative Resistance – Day 516
Days until we start purging traitors – 212
Blacklisted by History: The Untold Story of Senator Joe McCarthy and His Fight Against America's EnemiesVenona: Decoding Soviet Espionage in America (Yale Nota Bene)Treason: Liberal Treachery from the Cold War to the War on Terrorism

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