Ever feel like both Republicans and Democrats are just puppets on a stage of distraction? Glenn Beck has been explaining why to millions of captivated Americans. It's the Progressive movement and it attacks the Constitution from BOTH parties. If you haven't been watching his show, you need to.

Glenn explains how Progressivism has been with us since the turn of the century. It isn't discussed in textbooks because President Woodrow Wilson and Walter Litman were part of the "Council of Foreign Relations" whose goal it was to change history as we knew it through education and the media. The movement (alive and well today) is out to replace our beloved Constitution with a philosophy that the elite should rule. Woodrow Wilson said, "Justly revered as our great Constitution is, it could be stripped off and thrown aside like a garment and the nation will still stand forth..." He said the preamble of the Constitution should never be read and the Declaration of Independence has zero relevance to any other age other than 1776.
I never heard that in school...

Academic elites hold George Bernard Shaw dearly in their hearts. Are they aware he was a Progressive that said, "I think it would be a good thing to make everybody come before a properly-appointed board, just as they might come before the income tax commissioner, and say every five years, or every seven years, just put them there, and say, "Sir, or madam, now will you be kind enough to justify your existence? If you're not producing as much as you consume or perhaps a little more, then, clearly, we cannot use the big organizations of our society for the purpose of keeping you alive, because your life does not benefit us and it can't be of very much use to yourself."

These are Progressives with EVIL philosophies, admiring mass murderers like Che, Castro, Stalin and Mao. So who do we know that's a Progressive today? Beck plays the clips:

HILLARY CLINTON: "I prefer the word Progressive which has a real American meaning going back to the Progressive era at the beginning of the 20th Century. I consider myself a modern Progressive.

BARACK OBAMA: "You will carry on the best Progressive forward looking values of this proud commonwealth...," "Change has always come from places like Wisconsin, the State where the Progressive movement was born." He refers to Democrats as Progressives.

Before becoming President, Obama said the Warren court failed to "break free from the essential constraints" in the U.S. Constitution and launch a major redistribution of wealth. But Obama said the legislative branch of government, rather than the courts, probably was the ideal avenue for accomplishing that goal. Then he stood there in his State of the Union Address and chastised the US Supreme Court for their decision to uphold the Constitution.

MICHELLE OBAMA on the campaign trail: "...and Barack knows that we are gonna have to make sacrifices, we are gonna have to change our conversation, we are gonna have to change our traditions, our history, we are gonna have to move into a different place."

ANITA DUNN, former White House Communications Director: "Mao Tse Tung and Mother Teresa; not often coupled with each other, but the two people that I turn to most."
Mao was responsible for the deaths of 70 million people!

RON BLOOM, Manufacturing 'Czar': "We know that the free market is nonsense.... We know that this is largely about power, that it's an adults only, no-limit game. We kind of agree with Mao that political power comes largely from the barrel of a gun."

There are 82 members of the Progressive Caucus of the Democratic Party. In fact, 11 out of 20 standing committees are chaired by members of the Progressive Caucus.

Glenn has also noted that John McCain is a Progressive who's hero is Teddy Roosevelt, also a Progressive. This causes concern as to why Sarah Palin will be stumping for John McCain on his campaign trail? I love Sarah Palin, but we need to start scrutinizing our potential candidates carefully. Very carefully.
Meanwhile, as you can imagine, Beck is taking much heat for all his hard work. Articles are being published in the Mein Kampf media attempting to belittle Beck. Yet top historians don't seem to come up with a single inaccuracy.

Arianna Huffington said on Keith Olbermann of Beck, "We cannot just dismiss him because the truth of the matter is that there is a good reason why we have an exemption to the free speech protected by the First Amendment when we say you cannot shout "fire" in a crowded theater, and he's doing that every night, he's basically using images of violence to bring together with all that he's accusing the Obama administration of..."

So free speech should be protected when it agrees with Arianna Huffington and the Progressives. Arianna, your Chavez is showing.

Roger Ailes, CEO of Fox News, has taken some of the heat as well, to which I say hats off to both Ailes and Beck! Ronald Reagan said, "When government expands, liberty contracts." Many Americans are contracting right along with our liberties. Thank God for men who stand up and shout FIRE when there is one!

Beck entertains as he exposes political motives by restoring history through film clips. If you don't have cable or Fox News, now is a good time to get it. For the sake of the country, watch Glenn Beck. Because if we don't protect America as she was meant to be, it will be taken from us. As Glenn says, America, remember who you are.

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49 comments:

  1. Miss Lizzy9:21 PM

    bookmark

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  2. Man 50D9:21 PM

    To: mlizzy
    Glenn explains how Progressivism has been with us since the turn of the century.

    That's only ten years.

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  3. 9 year lurker9:22 PM

    To: Man50D
    Good catch.

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  4. sirchtruth9:22 PM

    This disturbs me about Beck. He's lumping republicans in with progressive liberal dems and it's not TRUE! I realize some repubs are rinos, but they are not anywhere near Chevez.
    For Beck to imply this is wrong.

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  5. csmusaret9:23 PM

    Shaw may have been a radical progressive, but he had one quote I hold in high regard- “If all economists were laid end to end they wouldn’t reach a conclusion.”

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  6. momincombatboots9:23 PM

    I think most people are having a difficult time with this, including me. It certainly feels like both parties are more alike than different. Think, Patriot Act and bail outs. I understand the 2006 Congress is more to blame than anything, but really, Republicans have stepped away from limited government in the name of crisis and control.

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  7. wolfpat9:24 PM

    To: sirchtruth
    I must disagree. Both Bushes were “Big Government” types. They just had a different spin on what to control.

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  8. its in the bag9:25 PM

    "This disturbs me about Beck. He's lumping republicans in with progressive liberal dems and it's not TRUE! I realize some repubs are rinos, but they are not anywhere near Chevez. For Beck to imply this is wrong."

    No he is not. This past summer my pastor attended a conference hosted by christian conservative republicans. He learned that there are many progressives in the republican party. After the success of the tea party movement last summer, many of the republican progressives scrambled to erase their names off the progressive list. There is even a web site for progressive republicans. Go here if you like: http://progressiverepublican.ning.com/

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  9. Always Right9:26 PM

    To: sirchtruth
    "This disturbs me about Beck. He's lumping republicans in with progressive liberal dems and it's not TRUE! I realize some repubs are rinos, but they are not anywhere near Chevez. For Beck to imply this is wrong."


    RINO's enable the progressives to advance their, so in effect they are just as bad. In some ways they are worse, because they mislead the voters on who they are and what they stand for.

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  10. HerrBulcher9:26 PM

    To: sirchtruth
    Maybe not Chavez, but Woodrow Wilson, George H.W. Bush, and other new world order elites.

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  11. sirchtruth9:27 PM

    but really, Republicans have stepped away from limited government in the name of crisis and control.



    Right, I understand this sentiment, however it's not the ideology of the republican platform. Limited government is, and this is where Beck sort of goes off the reservation.

    Because rino's have been in control lately we see a very skewed view of what republicans should be standing and fighting for. This is why it's important conservatives wrest back control of the party!

    Your and my idea of the Patriot Act obviously differ. Think common defense against an unconventional enemy. It's necessary...and it's something most Americans do not have a clue how good it's been for the defense of this nation.

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  12. Ladysmith9:28 PM

    To: sirchtruth
    Some of the actions of some Republicans have been suspect in my eyes for a while now. When you consider how Reagan and others promoted the principles of the Constitution and led this country towards them, what we see from those like McCain and his band of 14 stands out as “progressive.” They aren’t nearly as blatant as Chavez but the steps towards it all are there.

    I believe this is part of what we’re all seeing and refusing to fund the GOP for, but maybe aren’t quite identifying it as such. If I thought a third party had a chance in hell for success, I would hope it was a Constitutional Party. But since I don’t think a third part will every win, it’s the GOP but by God, am very leary of them.

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  13. sirchtruth9:28 PM

    To: momincombatboots
    but really, Republicans have stepped away from limited government in the name of crisis and control.
    Right, I understand this sentiment, however it's not the ideology of the republican platform. Limited government is, and this is where Beck sort of goes off the reservation.

    Because rino's have been in control lately we see a very skewed view of what republicans should be standing and fighting for. This is why it's important conservatives wrest back control of the party!

    Your and my idea of the Patriot Act obviously differ. Think common defense against an unconventional enemy. It's necessary...and it's something most Americans do not have a clue how good it's been for the defense of this nation.

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  14. To: mlizzy
    From the website of the Communist Party, USA...
    (prior to the election)


    "The Communist Party USA views the 2008 elections as a tremendous opportunity to defeat the policies of the right-wing Republicans and to move our country in a new progressive direction.

    The record turnout in the Democratic Presidential primary races shows that millions of voters, including millions of new voters, are using this election to bring about real change. We wholeheartedly agree with them."

    http://cpusa.org/cpusa-2008-electoral-policy/

    YouTube video:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-k04caUt84&feature=related

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  15. Ladysmith9:31 PM

    To: itsinthebag
    Oh man...Go figure. Thanks for the link.

    http://progressiverepublican.ning.com/

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  16. Ambient9:31 PM

    To: mlizzy
    Glenn Beck’s show on the progressive movement.

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2441761/posts

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  17. Ambient9:32 PM

    To: Ambient
    Sorry I screwed up on the link in the last post. Here the the right one.

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2441095/posts

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  18. To: All
    After the election....


    A Landslide Mandate For Change

    A breakthrough election
    Congratulations on an extraordinary history making election!

    We can think back with pride to decades of hard work toward our strategic goal of a big enough, broad enough and united enough labor and all-people’s movement that could overcome the ultra-right blockage to all progress. That all people’s movement has come to life, it is dynamic and it has the potential to keep growing.

    The election of Barack Obama and a strengthened Congress creates new conditions in our country. There is now the possibility to shift gears and move forward. This new day requires us to further develop our tactics in order to continue to deepen and broaden labor and people’s unity.

    There are thousands of experiences that we all have had in these momentous days, some large, some small, all of which express the enormity of change in thinking and readiness for involvement that is underway and that steels us for the battles ahead.

    The tears of joy we all shared as crowds gathered to watch the election results here and throughout the world dramatize the new moment we are in.

    http://cpusa.org/a-landslide-mandate-for-change-report-to-the-national-committee-meeting-11-15-08/

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  19. "Barack Obama told supporters that
    'change has come to America' as he
    claimed victory in a historic presidential election."

    http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/11/04/election.president/index.html

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  20. Jed Eckert9:33 PM

    To: itsinthebag
    There is even a web site for progressive republicans. Go here if you like: http://progressiverepublican.ning.com/
    Excellent find. Thanks for posting that.

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  21. Guenuevere9:34 PM

    Glenn Beck is spot on, and I'm thankful for the education from his research !!
    Maybe you should tune in on a regular basis.

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  22. cripplecreek9:34 PM

    Arriana Huffington complained to Roger Ailes that Glenn Beck is inciting Americans. She didn’t say exactly what he was inciting us to do but I think she and her kind are worried that Beck is inciting us to think and learn, but most of all he incites us to resist.

    They thought they could quietly slip marxism into America but Glenn Beck is standing there with strobe lights, sirens and drums to draw attention to them.

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  23. cripplecreek9:35 PM

    To: Guenevere
    Beck’s friday show inspired me to pick up “The life of Washington” by Anna C Reed. It was written less than 50 years after George Washington’s death and even then there were progressives who were attempting to rewrite history and change the direction of the country.

    Reed wrote her book in response to people of the day who were already claiming Washington was an atheist or Deist. She uses stories told by her uncle who was a declaration of independence signer and acquaintance of Washington.

    You can read it online here.

    http://openlibrary.org/a/OL2390106A/Anna_C._Reed

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  24. Beck is doing a great patriotic service showing us our history that government schools will not. These programs have been very informative and more than a little disturbing. No wonder the left hates him so.

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  25. sickoflibs9:36 PM

    Beck’s shows are all posted at youtube with links here:

    http://glennbeckclips.com/

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  26. COUNTrecount9:36 PM

    To: mlizzy
    bookmark

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  27. listen hillary9:37 PM

    Drug plan put forward in 2003(?) and embraced enthusiastically by the Republicans.

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  28. Pablo649:37 PM

    To: Man50D
    "That's only ten years.
    It's somewhat poorly written. They mean the turn of the last century (early 20th).

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  29. Vadoz9:38 PM

    Constitution should never be read and the Declaration of Independence has zero relevance to any other age other than 1776. Looka as if the education system agrees so far.

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  30. To: sirchtruth
    Beck isn't implying, he's pointing out that several republican presidents, Teddy Roosevelt for example, are progressives and why.
    You're right that their kinder, gentler progressivism is not anywhere near Chavez, but that doesn't mean that they are not progressives nor that they should be given our absolute trust.

    This might sound paranoid, but the fact that you come to their defense is a measure of their success, one of many reasons these programs have been so disturbing.

    We drop our guard when we see the "R" after the name and assume (and who hasn't heard how the word "assume" breaks down?) things about them that are not in evidence. Meanwhile, they make "progress" for their cause.

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  31. Carly9:38 PM

    To: sirchtruth
    Whatched the program and was furious that he placed President Bush along side Wilson and Obama.

    The authors convinced him to move Bush up from that designation but IMO, Beck is afflicted with Bush derangement syndrome that he caught from Ron Paul.

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  32. cripplecreek9:39 PM

    To: GBA
    The progressives have pretty much taken over the democrat party and they did it by using the unwillingness of partisans to speak up.

    The same will happen to the GOP if we refuse to speak out against them when they do wrong. It may not be progressives but they aren’t the only danger we face.

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  33. Carly9:39 PM

    To: sirchtruth
    And evidently Reagan allowing congress a free hand at spend spend spend so he could get funding for the military shall be ignored.

    President Bush is the one to be pilloried.

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  34. BornToBeAmerican9:40 PM

    To: Man50D
    Oh God we are in trouble aren’t we. If all we can do is pick one tiny element out of a message and run with it, then we it’s all over.

    Perhaps it is too hard to say something positive about the article

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  35. Maverick689:41 PM

    Going before a tax board and justifying one’ existence?
    We would quickly run out of tax board members....

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  36. NY.SS-Bar99:41 PM

    To: sirchtruth
    We have two organized crime families vying for control of our country.

    They are interested in nothing but power and control - and “winning” means having more power and control than the other “family”.

    Our country is at the mercy of a rogue government acting substantially outside of the constitutional boundaries. We could have a 60-seat Republican majority and still be slouching towards socialism - albeit a bit more slowly.

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  37. BornToBeAmerican9:41 PM

    To: sirchtruth
    This is the problem!!!!

    They “WANT” you to think the America is split between the R’s and the D’s.

    It’s a great lie. It is the Progressives and the NonProgressives. Or put simply, the Us and the thems. We being the “Thems”

    Let’s forget side stepping the issue and uncover it and show America exactly what the real problem is.

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  38. To: csmusaret
    Actually, if all the economists in the world were laid end to end, you’d have 30 or 40 **really** bored hookers.

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  39. csmusaret9:43 PM

    To: SAJ
    In that context “end to end” has new meaning.

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  40. grumpygresh9:43 PM

    To: BornToBeAmerican
    Beck is the veritable double edged sword: relentless at attacking the 0bama administration but reckless when, in aggregate, equating Democrats and Republicans. He says this SO often, Democrats and Republicans are both the problem thereby creating the perception is that they are equally destructive. This is a conscious decision by Beck and very unfortunate. If Beck persists in this line of thinking he will be increasingly seen at a willing stooge of the left. A stooge willing to carry out the DNC strategy of dividing the tea party movement and creating a divisive 3rd party which will guarantee the one party Democrat/fascist state.
    Yes Beck, we get your progressive stick!!! We are painfully aware that there are rinos and progressives of one grade or another in the Republican party and we are working every day to eradicate them. But Beck must be made to realize that the Democrat party is fatally and terminally flawed by its unwaivering allegiance to the progressives and the socialists. The Democrats are simply unredeemable. First things first; Democrats delenda est. Simultaneously, reform the Republicans.
    Get it Beck! Ya big dummy!!!

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  41. B Knots9:44 PM

    To: sirchtruth
    He’s not implying it; he’s proving it.

    Progressivism has invaded both parties, and society at large. It’s just that it has completely taken over the Democrat party.

    To the extent that Republicans support the progressive income tax, state-run retirement, etc., it has also infiltrated the GOP.

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  42. B Knots9:44 PM

    To: grumpygresh
    Nonsense. Beck is telling the truth. That you don’t want to hear it is irrelevant.

    It does us no good to elect progressive Republicans, as we have too often done in the past.

    We had six years of a GOP majority and a Republican president, and government continued to grow rapidly. A new entitlement program was even created.

    We have to take America back from the progressives, whatever party they are in. Blind partisanship accomplishes little.

    The “stooges of the left” are in Congress, all too often with a GOP label.

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  43. BornToBeAmerican9:45 PM

    To: grumpygresh
    I agree with all that you said, BUT.
    So what if the Democratic party is 95% infiltrated with progressives and the Republican party merely 35%.

    Think of progressisvism as being cancer. Cancer is cancer and MUST be eradicated where ever it is in the body if there is to be any chance of survival.

    The political establishment as formed by the founding fathers is in danger whilst ever there is a progressive in either party. Glenn Beck sees this. I see it and I believe countless others do too.

    It is not enough to attack one party while ignoring the other. Glenn is doing a wonderful job of exposing both parties and their not so hidden agendas. Thankfully there SHOULD be enough Conservative republicans to “break” free of the rinos and stand bodily and without fear on the Conservative platform. Hell, I won't even mind if they are democrats.

    We are fighting for our country and its culture. It is more than simply a fight between R's and D's.

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  44. Bronzy9:45 PM

    To: sirchtruth
    Here is a great book on line: It explains a lot to me.
    You can scan by word search such as socialize,etc. http://www.whale.to/b/allen_b1.html

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  45. orinoco9:45 PM

    To: cripplecreek
    Yes, so true! In a democratic republic if you do not speak out and let your voices be heard loudly and boldly you will lose.
    A silent majority is worthless politically.

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  46. zeugma9:46 PM

    To: sickoflibs
    fbl

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  47. Bronzy9:46 PM

    To: Carley
    Excerpt from the book I posted at #45 Keep in mind this book was written in the 70’s:
    We are being socialized in America and everybody knows it. if we had a chance to sit down and have a cup of coffee with the man in the street that we have been interviewing, he might say: “You know, the one thing I can never figure out is why all these very, very wealthy people like the Kennedys, the Fords, the Rockefellers and others are for socialism. Why are the super-rich for socialism? Don't they have the most to lose? I take a look at my bank account and compare it with Nelson Rockefeller's and it seems funny that I'm against socialism and he's out promoting it.” Or is it funny? In reality, there is a vast difference between what the promoters define as socialism and what it is in actual practice. The idea that socialism is a share-the-wealth program is strictly a confidence game to get the people to surrender their freedom to an all-powerful collectivist government. While the insiders tell us we are building a paradise on earth, we are actually constructing a jail for ourselves.

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  48. slow hand luke9:47 PM

    To: grumpygresh
    First things first; Democrats delenda est. Simultaneously, reform the Republicans.
    Maybe you want to try again? You really can't say 'first things first' and 'Simultaneously' in the consecutive sentences without sounding quite confused.

    Beck has it right - get rid of Progressives whatever brand they currently claim (R or D). And you seem to sort of agree, at least in the 'Simultaneous' part of your argument.

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  49. Guenevuere9:47 PM

    To: cripplecreek
    Thanks!

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