For the entire John Holdren profile, click here. Selected highlights from the John Holdren profile: … In 1969 John Holdren wrote that it was imperative “to convince society and its leaders that there is no alternative but the cessation of our irresponsible, all-demanding, and all-consuming population growth.” That same year, he and professor of population studies Paul [...]
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The Nobel Committee’s proclivity for using its Peace Prize ceremony as a forum for ridiculing American foreign policy was on display again in 2001, when the Prize was given to the United Nations and its Secretary General, Kofi Annan. When presenting the award to Mr. Annan, Nobel Committee leader Gunnar Berge [...]
Barack Obama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize yesterday for what the Norwegian Nobel Committee called “his extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples”; his “vision of and work for a world without nuclear weapons”; and his efforts to create a “new climate” of “multilateral diplomacy” in international relations.
Mind you, all Nobel nominations must be [...]
For the entire Joe Biden profile, click here. Selected highlights from the Joe Biden profile: On November 4, 2008, Joseph Biden, Jr. became Vice President of the United States on the Democrat Party ticket headed by Barack Obama. Prior to that, Biden had been a U.S. Senator from Delaware for 36 years…. Shortly after he was first elected to the [...]
For the entire Cass Sunstein profile, click here. Selected highlights from the Cass Sunstein profile: … After Obama’s 2009 inauguration, longtime attorney Cass Sunstein was appointed to head the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs…. On April 14, 1999, Sunstein published an opinion piece in The Chicago Tribune titled “Why We Should Celebrate Paying Taxes.” He [...]
This past Monday, Glenn Beck introduced Americans to Deepak Bhargava, the former ACORN official who has spent the past 15 years with the Center for Community Change (CCC), where he now serves as Executive Director. CCC recruits and trains activists to spearhead leftist “political issue campaigns” – modeling its training techniques on those of the famed radical organizer Saul [...]
For the entire Mark Lloyd profile, click here. Selected highlights from the Mark Lloyd profile: In July 2009 Mark Lloyd was appointed to be Diversity Chief of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)…. In June 2007 Lloyd co-authored a report titled “The Structural Imbalance of Talk Radio,” commissioned jointly by the Center for American Progress and [...]
For the entire Barney Frank profile, click here. Selected highlights from the Barney Frank profile: … Upon joining the House of Representatives [in 1980], Barney Frank developed a reputation for consistently voting to slash funding for the CIA, the FBI, and the U.S. military. He also advocated the loosening of immigration-law exclusions that previously had served to prevent people holding totalitarian or anti-American ideologies [...]
For the entire Jane Fonda profile, click here. Selected highlights from the Jane Fonda profile: … Jane Fonda’s affinity for communism served as a backdrop for her intense anti-Vietnam War activities. By 1970 she was telling American college students: “If you understood what communism was, you would hope, you would pray on your knees that we would some [...]