From Maoism and the Black Panthers to Conservatism — on The Glazov Gang


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This week’s Glazov Gang episode was joined by John Duffy, a film producer from the BronxHe joined the Gang to discuss his journey from Maoism and venerating the Black Panthers to conservatism:

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She joined the Gang to discuss: How Arabic Stifles Individualism and Psychological Growth:

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  • https://www.facebook.com/david.brown.311 David Brown

    Interesting conversion from Communist Mao to Conservatism. Mr. Duffy is slowly waking up but will still need a little education on the 9/11 coverup to realize that his journey has only begun.

  • MarthaBBelknap

    Don’t miss this week’s second episode with Nonie Darwish, a modern day freedom fighter and the author of The Devil We Don’t Know: The Dark Side of Revolutions in the Middle East. http://qr.net/stx3

  • The Facts

    When Communists “recover,” and enfranchise themselves differently, all you end up with is a Slobodan Milosovic. In Mr. Duffy’s case, a mini-lord without a fiefdom.

  • Ruth Hirt

    From naked idealism to daring-do vigilance to neat, functional morality. I’d opt for the third.

  • hrwolfe

    Some of our best Allies are always self converted leftists. Once they see the light they are unbelievably articulate.