Using Failed Policies for Political Advantage


When leftist economic and social policies result in catastrophe, the architects of those policies typically cite the bad conditions as evidence that their programs simply have not been implemented as fully as they need to be. And voters, in turn, are persuaded to vote for more of the same. This phenomenon has a name: “The Curley Effect.”

Equating Capitalism & Social Injustice


Food Not Bombs believes that the principal causes of global poverty and hunger are militarism and capitalism—particularly as practiced by the United States.

Social Change Through Orchestrated Crisis


Named after a pair of socialist professors, the “Cloward-Piven Strategy” seeks to hasten the fall of capitalism by overloading the government bureaucracy with a flood of impossible demands, thus pushing society into crisis and economic collapse. 

The Prevalence of Voter Fraud

Voter Fraud

Powerful refutation of the Left’s claim that voter fraud is exceedingly rare.

Obama & Israel: A Strained Relationship

Obama and Israel

Former Israeli lawmaker and deputy defense minister Danny Danon once said that Barack Obama has “not been a friend of Israel,” and that the President’s policies have been “catastrophic.” Discover The Networks explains what he meant.

Accusing Israel of “Racism” & “Apartheid”


Another influential NGO routinely charges that Israel is guilty of “war crimes,” “crimes against humanity,” and the “illegal occupation” of Palestinian lands.

The Midwest Academy: Training Ground for Radicals

Midwest Academy

With longstanding ties to Barack Obama, the Midwest Academy indoctrinates its students in “us-versus-them” socialist ideology, thereby producing an ever-growing cadre of radicalized activists.

It’s Not Because You’re Black, Mr. Holder


The Attorney General’s lame attempt to paint his critics as racists.

Another America-Hating Professor


University of North Carolina professor Gene Nichol views the U.S. as a nation infested with racism and “yawning chasms of inequality” resulting from “our unfettered, rapacious, investor-subsidized version of capitalism.” 

Advocating More Government Control of Healthcare


The Catholic Health Association of the United States believes that a larger role for government—rather than the free market—holds the key to achieving healthcare reform that “protects life and expands coverage to the greatest possible number of people.”