The left seems to have a blind spot when it comes to big money in politics as long as that money serves the purpose of expanding the power of the state.
It is past time that Russia’s authoritarian propaganda campaign was countered with a pro-freedom ideological offensive.
Ah, the Green Mountain Care Board, that omnipotent group that was set up to have “stewardship” over health care decisions because “no one was in charge” of making such decisions. The result is that we now have a single remaining health care reform company.
We are witnessing the tragic story of the death of a great movement. That movement is the Tea Party.
The question we must ask ourselves is whether a revolt of the public against authority can be turned into a positive striving for liberty.
For the sake of transparency, we need to determine the extent to which apparently populist movements may be receiving financial support from sources adamantly opposed to our democratic tradition.
What is less well known is that the Russians also targeted Green Party candidate Jill Stein and progressive Bernie Sanders for support.
Given all the money and power at stake, green politicians must figure that a renewable energy credit scam is not a big deal if they can position themselves in the pole position in a much bigger scam.