The Intimidation Game by Kimberly Strassel


I found an excerpt of her book about how the left is silencing America.  Also, an interview on a Public Radio station.  Based upon the section here, this is an excellent First Amendment supporter.  It’s harder and harder to find them these days.

Here’s a  Strassel column on the left’s attempts to bully corporations over the Travon Martin case. Who knew Visa, McDonald’s, Coca~Cola and Pepsi were involved?  

In an interview with Bloomberg in May 2012, Common Cause spokeswoman Mary Boyle explained that her group had been waiting for months for the right moment to file a complaint with the IRS to strip ALEC of its nonprofit status. “The Trayvon Martin thing was like a gift,” she said, in an extraordinary, if horrifying, moment of honesty. [ALEC was a Republican led pro-business organization. — Dave]

 

A very interesting story of money and politics.

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2 Responses to The Intimidation Game by Kimberly Strassel

  1. Techno Jinxx says:

    Interesting is one way to put it.
    Down right scary is another.
    Hey, why is it Democrats have no problem with money in politics or PACs when its in their favor? Cause they are hypocritical, corrupt, unethical, politicians first and Americans last.

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  2. I always attributed the left’s behavior to the notion that they just figure the ends justify the means, and if they have power, they can accomplish the things they want. The Clintons and Obamas actually seem to be more interested in power and money.

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