Wednesday, May 26, 2010

James Simpson's Chat with Mark Levin & His Cloward-Piven Articles Indexed for You

I.O. continues to implore you, o reader, to ask The Three SOVEREIGNTY NOW Questions, of your candidates and sitting politicians. And please pass them on to your favorite organization for electoral activism, so they can do the same.

Then, perhaps you would like to send seven more questions to your "conservative," or "moderate" elected officials in Congress and in your State House -- make it an even ten questions, total:
1. Cloward-Piven, do you get it? 2. Cloward-Piven, do you get it? 3. Cloward-Piven, do you get it?
Do you get it? 5. Do you get it? 6. Cloward-Piven? 7. Eh?
Our compatriot and Frances Fox Piven's biggest fan, James Simpson was blessed with four minutes on the Mark Levin Show, a few days ago. That was Monday, 5/17. You can monitor it, if you click here and then move the slider over to 96 minutes.

As noted to Trevor Loudon on the last "Awakening," it is good, but rare, frankly, to see our bigger conservative media giving credit to our leading exposers of the conspiracy fact playing out in the Marxofascist war on/in America. After all, heroes get commendations at such a time, war time, even as others get wealthier from their work, bless their hearts, knowwhatImean?

Jim Simpson also put together an index of his Cloward-Piven articles on his DC Independent Examiner site, especially for Levin listeners clicking in. But it's for you, too; just click and see. And now, there is an excellent page to point out, when you put Cloward-Piven in the face of your crack state and national representatives and senators, also compatriots, family, friends, ex-friends, those who might be worth having as friends if they had a clue, etc.

See how it's done? All that is left now is the doing -- and the replacement of politicians who fail to heed the trumpet call to duty. - AW

PS: In case you didn't see it and want to, Sarah Palin's latest big speech, is presented and reviewed in light of these drastically important Cloward-Piven and American Sovereignty issues. Do you agree with its sentiments?

Thank you very much, Jim. Thank you very much, Trevor.

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