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♪ mark: hello america, i am mark levin, this is "life, liberty and levin," we're doing something here that is not typically done on television. before i bring on our two great guests, i want to have a chat with you. look at what is going on in our school systems, the abuse our
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children are taking. we have federal bureaucrats, whether medical or educational, telling our children they will wear a mask even though science does not support it and it shows it has an effect on the psychologist of that generation. if we don't stand up for our children, what use are we? we didn't turn our children over to the government, or school systemsve or to the teachers unions. that is what i want to talk about in evening. american marxism -- thank you over 600,000 copies sold in over two weeks, not because my name is on it. it is not because i am on fox or radio. there are a lot of people on fox and radio with books. why is this a run away bestseller? it is because of you. the contents of the book. marxism." the last chapter, i have a
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second, we choose liberty, a section in that section called education. we need to address this. i am thrilled that parents are showing up inn numbers at school board meetings, they are abused at the meetings, the entrenched unions and educational burg -- bureaucracy, the cabal, they have no intention of doing what we demand. we spend billions a year for this public education, yet we have no say if anything. that has to end. i have a plan. i have a plan. it is not just for parents it is for those of us who care about this o country taxpayer, grandparents all of us, whether you have children or not. it is this couple things generally, we need to adopt the strategies of the left in some respects, they have boycott
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divest am sanction movement that is an anti-semitic movement to destroy the state of israel, we don't intend to did that. hardly. but we can use boycott divest am and sanctions too against institutions that are underminingg our country. and destroying the mines of our children. this movement we can apply it against school simms and again national education association and american federation of teachers and their state and local affiliates. we have the power of freedom of information act in every state, we should d be using that. filing a request for what? how do they hire teachers? how do they promote teachers? what is in the contract, you can foia, text ee-mails and other forms of communications, in the schools, assuming those computers and laptops and phones
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are given or leased by them, by the school system. that covered by foia. it is time to dig in. not just to come from the outside and protest, i'm for it. but it is time to get tactical. how are the budgets decided? how are they decided? the school board meetings, they have the executive sessions, why? >> what is discussed there? and lawsuits can be brought, there are legal groups, i have linked and contacts throughout the last chapter of the book. civil rights of 1964, your children are not to be subjected to a hostile education environment that preaches about racial stereotypes. in a should be across the country.
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what else? if your kid is being taught by a teacher who is teaching them marxism, and farrakhannism, dressed up as critical race theory, you go to that school board or the principal, i tell them, i don't want my kid taught by that teacher, period. what kind of training materials are given to the teachers, you have a right to foia that information, get it too. get all of the information, find out what is going on. but here is the other shoe that should drop. many years ago when i was president of landmark legal foundation, we filed complains with the internal revenue service. against the national education association and a number of its affiliates, you can do it too. you don't have to be a lawyer. there are legal groups who you help you, it is time to liberate our school system, and prevent
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them from being play thing from marxist movement and democrat party, and subsidize the movements and democrat party. a complaint filed years ago, the unions are required to file a form 990. an internal revenue service tack form. they are required to provide it information on their web site, if they don't, they are violating the internal revenue service code, you can contact themvi and demand a copy. andt what about that form? they are required to provide the government with 7 political expenditure -- certain political expenditures they are using, so it is public to you, so you know what they are doing with the moneys,at what they are doing wh the dues. we found at landmark it is not. you have indirect contributions and inkind contributions not
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reported. and how do you find this out? foia. how else? >> the internet, a lot of times they confess to things they are doing, time spent by organization -- must be accounted for. and these activities are subsidized by general revenues. this is great. look at the newspaper articles, at their press releases, see how much time they are involved in political activities. where they are coordinating with the democrat party or republican party, almost never, or other unions, that is to be reported. on their tax returns, and rarely
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is. nea does not report, we recorded political activity in irs form 990. they are supposed to, it goes on. what else? these expenditures demonstrate nea's use of tax exempt resources: >> you can look for this. they have to reporter plug nickel, they are sloppy. they are arrogant. the other thing on the web sites and press releases, they tell you about all these political things they are doing, get copies of that, compare to their tax returns. i have said said we should create community committees. in the committees maybe a local account or a lawyer, or just have people who are ernest and
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want tot dig in. start comparing what they are doing to what they are reporting, that in success out there, nobody looks. -- that information is out there, no one is looking at it. themp conclusion. irs enforcement of code enables the public. nea members and nonmember feed papers to receive accurate and complete information about the nea's political activity. the evidence presented in complaint we filed, we argued, they failed to disclose the full extend of their political activities and expenditures, i am not going to read it all, you could go to landmark legal foundation web site probably. that. said, you have etools atyour fingertips, thinke of the box, i help you in "american marxism" at the back of theth book. this is just with respect to the
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unions, they have thumbed their noses as you, saying we'll teach critical race theory whether you like it or not, and push the marxist aend -- agenda, i am sure they are working with cdc to make sure your kid are wearing face masks. we're subsidizing the whole damn thing, hundreds of billions a year, we don't run our school simms, they runt school systems who are they? you don't agree with them. i'm not talking every individual teacher, i am talking about institution of the public teacher unions. they demand tenure for teachers who should got get it, they demand pay raises even when they are t not working, i want teachs to understand, i'm not attacking
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you. what is joe biden want to do? to get rid of right to work laws, in every state every state, the public sector employees are unionized, and individual teachers cannot break free from them, there is a lot we can do with litigation, foia, protests and internal revenue service, a lot we can do. getting those cameras in classrooms is critical, the next time that contract comes up with teacher union, you want the cameras in classroom, if they threaten to strike in a nonstrike state, they should be fired. and if they are in a state that allows them to strike, move your kids. at least temporarily, this is a battle worth fighting and winning. it is tough to discuss this in 10 minutes. you can check it out in "american marxism." these organizations that we subsidize directly and
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indirectly, they are supposed to work for us, we're not is upy on --supposed to work for them, do you like the education your children are getting and the test scores are dropping they are taught radical idea ol. ideology. and then your tax bill comes, property taxes, you have to pay it, and if you don't pay it, they take your home away, folks, let's claw our way back, let them stand on their heels, i'll be right back.
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mark: welcome back america we have a great patriot, congressman jim jordan, january 6. 1978, jimmy carter released from prison three puerto rican terrorist who shot at members of congress, in 1954, wounding 5. released them. and on last day of his presidency, clinton released
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rosenberg. member of weather underground. she allegedly participated in participate 1983bombing of u.s.. blowing off robert byrd's door. and damaged the senate cloak room. a year after bill ayer's girlfriend, a choice friend of barack obama, who helped launch his career and he and michelle were close to ayer for years, --two friends blew themselves up in a bomb -- factory. bill ayers was off on a technicality. we see black lives matter, marxist organization, enormous violence in the cities, and what
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was done to portland courthouse, and lafayette park, 15 people killed, i do not support breaching any government building. i spent my life standing up for laww enforcement. i was chief of staff to attorney general of united states in reagan administration. but i know a political motive when i see one, i know a phony committee hearing when i see one, when they don't' to get to the facts but they are promoting politics, your take. >> you are right. we condemn violence on january 6 and all violence last summer. democrats have been inconsistent. this is about politics. the capitol hill police risk their lives that day, they do it every day to a protect us. and the staff and visitors on
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capitol hill. god bless them and the other law enforcement who did that every day. but it would be nice if democrats have consistency, they don't, it is about politics for them. this is about politics. they don't want to address one of the fundamental questions, what wasn't there a better second posture that day. press reports indicate that nancy pelosi vetoed having national guard before january 6, and press report on that day, she hesitated in calling them up. why? why would she hesitate? why not have them here. if the press reports are accurate. we should get to p the bottom. my hunch is what we saw last summer. we saw democrat talk about defunding police, and we saw them defunding police, and democrats rioters and looters who attacked law enforcement. destroyed small businesses,
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attacked independent civilian, we saw democrats raise money to bail them out of jail. with that backdrop, hard to say we need more of you here on january 6. i don't think they want to get to that question, that is why i think they kicked mr. banks and me off, well did not let us go on committee. mark: did she not call federal law enforcement in portland, storm troopers, they were attacking ath federal courthouse with federal employees night after night for 3 months, with molotav cocktailsai and worse. and attack white house and harm over 50 secret service personnel and park police, did they not burn a church to the ground, did media not come to their defensive step of the way and pain black lives matter initials on the boulevard, did nancy
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pelosi speak out in defense of cops and against violent at that time. >> no, democrat members of congress, while there was unrest in the street they said, we need more up rest in the street. -- more unrest in the street, that -- over 100 day siege. it is never really stopped in portland. last weekend i think there were 12 people murdered in chicago. in one of our major cities, one city alone that weekend. part is also january 6 committee, i think part is they have nothing else to talk about. they can't talk about crime in the streets driven by all they said about police, what they did last week, they can't talk about that or crisis in south irp soun border or that price of every good and service is increasing. >> so they will attack president trump one more time. mark: you make an important point, nancy pelosi is in charge of security, sergeant in arms
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reports to her. who -- or head of capitol police who has been ousted has not been called to testify. nypd got rumbling about events that were going to occur, they positived it to fbi, christopher wray, i don't know what will hee diseveryid day. the only person who was concerned about security then was president trump who offered 10,000 national guardsmen who were turned down. we will pursue that when we come back, we'll be right back. have . that needs to change. so, i did something. i created a black business accelerator at amazon. and now we have a program that's dedicated to making tomorrow a better day for black businesses.
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>> now back to "life, liberty and levin." ♪ ♪ mark: welcome back america, jim jordan, the effort here is to pay the january 6 as an insurrection. i'm not aware of a lot of unarmed insurrections. the effort is to paint former president donald trump as person who incited it. if you are going to incite an insurrection, do you send unarmed civilians to take over the capitol building and offer 10,000 national guards men, a day or two before to protect the capitol build, does that make sense to you. b >> you are right. former chief of staff meadows
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said that white house offers national guard aheadat of time. press report indicate that speaker pelosi turned it down, leaving the believes in a situation they should never have been h in. and you are right, how do you incite a riot, anything who president trump said peacefully make your voices heard, everyone saw his speech, no one thought there was anything wrong with the speech much but now after we had the unfortunate january 6 incident. you have the left, democrats going aftero this. as i said, i am convinced they have to do this. what else can they talk about? this is the worth start to any administration in high -- the worse start in any administration in my lifetime. we went from energy independent to gas line, border situation, the chaos on the border, mark,
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march was worse month on record for illegal crossings until april, and april until may, and may until june, that is a bad trend, they are doing nothing to deal with i it, they are makingt worse, they have nothing else to do? their playbook is always the same, attack president trump. they did it with mueller, 30 million dollars, 19 lawyers, with impeachment round one and two, here we go again. i think that american people see through this. they see it for what it is. the an questions that need to be asked and answers we need to get, deal with why wasn't there a better security posture that day, that only nancy pelosi is answer that. this tells you political nature of this come at this timey.
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---- committee. mark: i agree, and i add, why should we trust pelosi and democrats. the murder and mayhem on our streets right now is somethingos their party has unleashed. have been trashing police officers from sea to shining sea now a show event with a handful of tray picked officers, how come more officers from that day are not testifying, including those whoay opened doors and let people in and those who have questioned with nancy pelosi and leadershipat of democrat party d theve house. there are a lot of questions, but she does not want to pursue him. >> the guy who heads capitol police union, he wants to talk. , everyone sees it for what it is. you talk about democrats not being square with american people, they use the term the
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big lie, how about every lie they told us, they told us the protests were peaceful it was republicans who tried to defund police. they told us that president trump colluded with russia, and dossier was real, for 4 years, they told us the 2016 election was stolen. as recently as october of last year, just days before the election, hillary clinton said, her election where president trump beat her was stolen, i guess the rule is only democrats are allowed to object to election results, we can't raise concerns about fact that state, unconstitutionaly changed their law, did you a great piece on this on the unconstitutional changes made by when they went around state legislators and changed election laws, pennsylvania the best example. law said election-- ends 8:00,
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they said no, it does not end 8:00 tuesday it is 5:00 on friday. jim jordan is not allowed to object. but jim mcgovern, objected to alabama. and objecting to florida. maxine waters on january 6, 2017, she objected to electors from wyoming. maybe only state that president trump won by a bigger margin than alabama of the wyoming. mark: congressman to was joe biden who said george w. bush wasge an illegitimate president. in yes. mark: and so did most of the media and democrat party. we don't need lectures from them, we know who they are. >> right. mark: thank you for your patriotism and your willingness to speak out. god bless you myself. mark: thank you, mark, statement
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mark: welcome back, professor paul kengor is one of the great experts on communism and the cold war, he wrote many great books, i have written a book, "american marxism." i have taken the position after months of looking at this, and reading what so many of marxist scholars and professors said, past and present. there is an americanize form of marxism that has taken hole -- hold here. here. i this is not a scare tactic. it is their words. they have secreted themselves in to various parts of our cull cue and devours various parts, and
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at bottom. are promoting a marxist idea ol. ideology of them against us and over throw of our exists society. you had an opportunity to examine this. what is your take? >> yes, thank you. thank you for having me on. it really struck me. i firstuc heard the title of yor book, "american marxism." i said, great title. wish i thought of that. then i got a copy of the book, i started reading it, w what struk me is this is really quinny it -- americanmarxism. that we're not seeing anywhere else in the world. the stuff of navy 40s -- 1940s and 1950s, the communist parties. they score a literal loyalty to
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stalin. they said i pledge myself to rally to defend the masses of soviet union. they called it a soviet american. put more s in usa to make it ussa . >> that is not where we are today, today's american marxists have nothing to do with a -- soviet common term. this is a type of marxism, american strain that was born and fashioned here, in particular in modern manifesting a, based on issues like race and gender that heretofore, an american and world experience
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we've never seen before. mark: i think it is important that people understand that. on my radio show, people say to that i want to know what is going on, why? how could people believe these things? that is why i undertook this project, why i think so many people are interested, this is not a fad or social activism or democratic socialism as like bernie sanders likes to self identify. this is not progressivism as they self characterize, progressivism is the bastard child of marxism. dewey and others they like the marxism and they rejected the constitution, we have people pulling down monuments, burning
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books, shutting down debate, attacking free speech, and trying to balkanize the nation on race, and gender and income. is this not marxism dressed up as something else. >> with karl marx, the devil in karl marx, from a number of different biographers, he had a favorite line from spouse. the line from the character. thech devil demon character. that line was, everything that exists deserves to perish. he called it in a litter for the ruthless criticism of everything that exists, he sought to tear down the foundation to raze . and with these modern marxists, they are seeking the fundamentally transform the
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order, they are revolution airs. in their case they are seeking to do it according to something else, -- race, gender, sexuality, what is important to understand,, you point it out in "american marxism" they take marxist framework of putting people in categories in groups, you are not an immediate made in i'm -- an individual made in image of god, judeo christian understanding we're all individual, producting of a loving god, they are hammering people who categories. the land owning class versus the workers, the capitalist versus the workers, the modern people today including marxist strains of critical race theory, they will put people in groups as well according to race and
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gender, and to whatever they want to do. the purpose thing is that, they pit you against one another. then they tell you you are in that group, you are in that group, they are your foe, your enemy, they foment that hatred. this is very divisive. marxism was not talking about sexuality andnd gender but about this pitting of people in different categories or groups. >> when we come back, i tried to do in the book is look at history of the various marxist american movements that have been spawned from marxism. and who has been behind them. and how they have been promoted. where we stand today. what we can do about it. more on that when we return with the great professor paul kengor, i'll be right back.
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mark: welcome back america. critical race theory actually rejects martin luther king, civil rights movement. civil right act, 64, 65. various decisions out of supreme
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court. because he detested socialists, they were trying to steal the fervor of the revolution. the socialists doing half measure. critical race theory is of same mind set, turning to professor paul kengor. >> there is a good quote in your book from walker who was close to martin luther king, martin luther king rejected communism, it is a materialistic fill on --philosophy that rejected god, walker knew king well. and he rejected critical race theory. he pointed out that this was a post -- post-marxist fill on thy
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that put people in blocs. and reverend king, we learned we were to judge people by content of their character, not the color of their skin. a lot of critical race theory rifts are defining people by race, they put people in different categories with opressed versus the opressure, it rejects the humanity of the person, and forces you to treat people as groups not individuals. mark: i think farrakhan would celebrate it. i call it the effort to take farrakhan and wrap him in
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scholarship, he talks this way, and views world this way, and detests the quote, unquote, whites race. black lives matter was at least -- original mission statement made it clear they were anti-semitic. it is also degrowth movement that came out of europe's half century ago, but now dressed up as green new deal, and open borders movement that has grown out of critical theory that says white man is the illegal alien here because they came out of europe. and took over the area, that united states is in an ill li --illegitimate country. by the way. this applies to people of color too. if you are not buying into the marxist movements here, you are
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rejected. you are considered repulsive and compromised and concurred by the dominant white ideology. we see in president biden, issues executive orders that embrace this. you hear it spewed in media, not a dime a worth of i did reince e between the movement and what media says, between the executive orders that president biden is signed in. they have done a hell of a job of devouring the institution. >> what is sad they have blurred line. to some extents people say, you want to call everyone that you disagree with a a marxist, righ? it is getting harder and harder to separate the lines of
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distinction. you have the founder of black lives matter, i have read her memoir. she said we're trained marxists, we were two of 3 founders, we're super versed in ideological theory, she is telling you something very important about herself in that way. you can't ignore, you see too, all part of the new left, how i think to get to to our point, it is spreading and branching out. the new lift in 1960s. guru was marcuse you talk about a lot, they were applying marxism to sexuality, it will surprise people watching. the term sexual revolution was
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actually coined by a freud janmarkist, he wrote the book. read the "new yorker" article. they were -- marxists. all contrary to class alex --classical base. mark: thank you for your career. in focusing on this. and i have done what i can do. i will continue to do it. so professor, we wish you well, god bless you. >> thank you, it is not fun, but someone has to do it, right. mark: we'll be right back.
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you know, folks. we live in very we are types. i watch the republican party busy spending money like drunken ndmarxists while they complain about the democrats spending money. things are swirring around them like they don't understand it. it's incredible. then you have chuck toddd say i don't know why they say we are liberal. we arere not liberal. i watch the president of the united states not being able to complete sentences.ic he's surrounded by various movements pushing the agenda as well. this is why i'm talking to you, notri the establishment. not the american media. i left twitter and facebook. i'm communicating with you, the american people. there are only a couple of us at
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any time watching this network and watching me. it's up to you to inform people about the various movements taking place under the marxist ideology. we shouldn't shy from calling it what it is. we are being attacked. we need to understand what's going none this country. where it comes from and who's doing it. then we need to do something about it in a lawful, civil matter.. it's important that we understand what this is. calling this book american max i'm? really d marxism in really? that's exactly what it is. that's whatus they call themselves. like patton said to rommel after he defeated him in north africa.
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i read your book. i read your book so you wouldn't have to. they try to divide us based on physical appearance. we are the heart and soul of this country and we love everybody. steve: the bipartisan infrastructure bill literally breaking. here it is. they printed it. 2000 pages but it still not finished. they are still arguing about it. we will get response from senator blackburn. welcome to "the next revolution" i am steve hilton. republican pro- community pro- worker and especially pro- america. this is the week when the true nature of the biden regime in the democratic party and the ruling class became clear. we saw that in the chaos of the delta perio


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