June 07, 2015

Propaganda from the Kremlin to Hollywood

Brian LilleyRebel Co-Founder

Propaganda. We know it exists. This week we learned the full extent of Russian propaganda in the west but that isn't all we are dealing with.

There is also propaganda from Hollywood and elsewhere that is attacking our way of life, trying to guilt us into becoming something we are not. From hunting to driving a car, the propaganda machine aims to push the left's agenda.

PLUS: I talk to a Conservative politician who is making bureaucrats take away one regulation for every regulation they bring in.

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commented 2015-06-07 21:41:24 -0400
I don’t know why MSM and many in the general public seem to give so much credibility to the opinion of celebrities. The only difference between them and the general public is hubris, and the fact that they have a platform to speak from that the rest of us don’t. I remember a documentary I saw on the life of Elvis Presley about 30 years ago. In one scene in this documentary, Elvis was giving a press conference for either an up-coming tour, or opening in Vegas… I don’t remember which. He was asked a controversial question by one of the female reporters at this press conference; I don’t even remember the question, but it was on one of those issues of the day: the Vietnam war, women’s lib, draft dodgers, student riots, etc. I only wish ALL celebrities would answer the way he did. I’m paraphrasing of course, I can’t remember the exact quote, but it went something like this, “Look, I’m sorry to disappoint you there, darlin’, but I’m just an entertainer. I follow the News like everybody else and I have my opinion on things, but to be fair, I’d just as soon keep my opinion about those issues to myself, if you don’t mind”. Her follow-up question was, “Do you think entertainers should stay out of these political and social issues?”. His response was, “No. No I don’t. I think everybody should do what they believe is right.” I wish more celebrities, unless they have some real expertise in the issue would answer that way.
commented 2015-06-07 16:30:12 -0400
commented 2015-06-07 14:06:06 -0400
Harper being in support of small business is not surprising. He is pro-business and pro-trade, which is what I would expect from an PM who has a BA in Economics.

We have to get Harper back into that PM’s chair again in October for the good of the country!