Thursday, February 04, 2010

UN Control of Internet; Rendition of American History

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“Obama Surrendering Internet to Foreign Powers” (Bradley A. Blakeman, 1/31/10)
Without the ingenuity of America’s brightest minds and the investment of U.S. taxpayer dollars, there would be no Internet, as we now know it today.
Now, the Obama administration has moved quietly to cede control of the Web from the United States to foreign powers.
The argument advanced for those seeking international control of the Internet is that the Internet has become such a powerful, pervasive, and a dependent form of international communications, that it would be dangerous and inequitable for any one nation to control and manage it. (read the entire article here)

“Professor of Contempt – The Legacy of Howard Zinn”
(Roger Kimball, 2/3/10)

The extremity and consistency of [the] message – that America is and always has been an evil, exploitative country – guaranteed its success among the tenured radicals to whom we have entrusted the education of our children. More to the point, this history “from the perspective of the slaughtered and mutilated” nudged out all other contenders for the prize of becoming the preferred catechism in American – that is to say, anti-American – history. A People’s History is the textbook of choice in high schools and colleges across the country. (read entire article here)

If our children are learning about the so-called evils of America rather than the positive contributions this nation has made to Western civilization – indeed, the world over – then we are lost before we even begin to fight to take American culture back from the radicals who would change it forever.
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