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Facts Need Not Be in Evidence

The Politically Correct's 'Social Fascist' War on Classic Whig Liberalism



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Facts Need Not Be in Evidence: The Politically Correct's 'Social Fascist' War on Classic Whig Liberalism by Craig P Boulton, MBA
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Illinois congressman Henry Hyde once remarked that after reading Eleanor Roosevelt's editorials in the 1950s, he was driven into the embrace of the Republican Party. Similarly all the liberal talking heads appearing on the cable news channels have driven this longstanding Goldwater Republican to write a response. In it the author describes Republican Values from the perspective of growing up in an entrepreneurial family and his own self-employment in the financial industry. Drawing on his experiences as a Navy Midshipman while attending a private Eastern University during the turbulent 1960s, and then as a Marine combat officer during the Vietnam Era when domestic terrorism was in vogue, he discusses the politically correct's childish behavior from that unique perspective. As a former professional military officer and later a trained economist and financial analyst who's spent three decades successfully anticipating the impact of public policy on the financial markets, the author addresses issues dominating the election of 2004. This includes the politically correct's failure to understand the war on terror, understanding that their rhetoric can best be understood from the perspective of what Stalin called 'social fascism' with the accompanying need to demonize one's opposition.
Release date Australia
January 20th, 2005
Country of Publication
United States
black & white illustrations
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