Religious Social Justice Advocates Often Have No Idea What Really Causes Poverty – There, I Said It


Earlier this month, Glenn Beck of Fox and Jim Wallis of Sojourners crossed swords over the topic of social justice and the Bible. Beck got things started on his radio show when he said,
“I beg you, look for the words ’social justice’ or ‘economic justice’ on your church Web site. [...]

Palin Hearts Reagan: How Gov. Sarah Palin Benefited from Choosing President Reagan as a Role Model


The life stories of charismatic leaders invariably reveal that they are ordinary people who take big risks.  Even Napoleon Bonaparte, for example, was dismissed by his Austrian father-in-law, Francis I, as simply “a gambler.”
These hardy risk-takers, however, almost always rely on a handful of techniques to improve their odds of success – including a startling willingness [...]

Glorious Leader Gap: President Barack Obama – Not So Bright for a Harvard Law Grad


As a student of charismatic leadership, my antenna lit up when I saw all the chatter during the 2008 Presidential campaign regarding Barack Obama’s brilliance and genius.  Since I’ve gotten to know some real geniuses, I think I’m in a good position to access his intellectual capacity. Based on my experience, [...]

Those Who Cannot Refute My Testimony on Obama’s College Marxism Embrace Their Only Option: Ad Hominem Attacks


My 15 minutes of fame regarding my insight into the Marxist ideology of young Barack Obama has also allowed me to restore some old friendships and ties originally developed while I was on the faculty in the political science department at Williams College in MA.  My story got picked up on the famous EphBlog – [...]

Face-to-Face with Young Marxist Obama: Remembering My Days as an Anti-Apartheid Student Activist


My most vivid memory of my time visiting with Obama was the way he strongly argued a rather simple-minded version of Marxist theory.