March 25, 2017

LIBERALISM VERSUS NATIONALISM

Various interviews of Nevin Gussack, South East Florida Director of Bear Witness Central, about Liberalism versus Nationalism ideas. For The People radio interview of Nevin Gussack. Making the Call Radio Show interview of Nevin Gussack:

The Manifesto of Constitutional American Nationalism – Globalism – Part 5

By the 1930s, the American labor movement aligned itself with the Democratic Party. Since its inception, the Democratic Party were staunch proponents of free trade. Under the progressive Presidents Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Roosevelt, political internationalism was merged with free trade economics. Meanwhile, much of the Republican Party was devoted to economically nationalist variants of […]

The Manifesto of Constitutional American Nationalism – Outsourcing/Globalization and Its Apologists – Part 4

By the 1960s, American multinational corporations started to outsource their production to special trade zones in Mexico known as maquiladoras. The primary initial reasons for such transfers of industrial capital was the complete abdication of the American government to levy duties in the face of anti-free market foreign trade practices. In order to remain solvent […]

The Manifesto of Constitutional American Nationalism – Facts That Led Me to Embrace Constitutional American Nationalism – Part 2

“We are now equally enslaved. Americans have allowed themselves to be immobilized by their own fears. Immobilized by their own selfish concerns. Immobilized by a lack of understanding of the freedom secured by our forefathers, into which most of us were born-and now have lost.” Devin Milford, Amerika “Allowing our defense industrial base to keep […]

The Manifesto of Constitutional American Nationalism – Why Constitutional Nationalism? Part 1

Neither Right nor Left, But America First The United States saw its economic strength, military power, and social fabric progressively dismantled during both Republican and Democratic Administrations. Nationalists consider the 1960s and 1980s the two decades most deleterious to America’s social, economic, political, cultural, and national defense fabric. The 1960s and 1980s were harbingers of […]

Nationalism and Populism Propel Trump

As the returns came in from South Carolina Saturday night, showing Donald Trump winning a decisive victory, a note of nervous desperation crept into the commentary. Political analysts pointed out repeatedly that if all of the votes for Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, John Kasich, Jeb Bush and Ben Carson were added up, they far exceeded […]

Is Trumpism the New Nationalism?

Since China devalued its currency 3 percent, global markets have gone into a tailspin. Why should this be? After all, 3 percent devaluation in China could be countered by a U.S. tariff of 3 percent on all goods made in China, and the tariff revenue used to cut U.S. corporate taxes. The crisis in world […]

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