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The Bards of Balance have a new music video up with our new violinist, Suzanne Bourdeaux. Karl Frederick Mattson of Freelance Productions did a great job of putting it together. Double click on the window if you get an error message.
The Bards of Balance are starting a series of video podcasts called “Bard Notes” providing more information on the meaning behind our songs. Here are the Bard Notes for our song “Power and Dough.”
I’ll be away on vacation until the beginning of March. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy this music video from The Bards of Balance. You can keep an eye out for other videos on our YouTube site.
As a media person Mark Levin has the resources of corporate media to reinforce misinformation (principle #8). His opinions become part of an entertainment package that gets echoed until one wonders who could possibly think differently. As a media person he is trusted by certain segments of the population (principle #9), a trust that would [...]
The previous entry revealed that Mark Levin’s primary distortion of information in his book Liberty and Tyranny was creating the impression that a paternal (Statist) Supreme Court began with the New Deal. In reality it began in 1800 and distorting this fact has implications for what is conveyed as paternal. This entry refers to my [...]
There is a Biblical saying that you can’t serve both God and Mammon. At this point I can use the ten misinformation principles to summarize who/what Mark Levin really serves instead of Liberty. There is more left to the book, and perhaps I’ll come back to it occasionally in the future, but here is a [...]
I would like to close this segment for Mark Levin’s chapter “On Federalism” by first complimenting the U. S. Chamber of Commerce. They have received criticism from me in the past, and are about to receive some more with this entry. Yet they are objecting to the ridiculous legislation presented on behalf of banking by [...]
Mark Levin slips up a bit with his inclusion of the slavery issue in his chapter “On Federalism.” Up until this chapter the reader of Liberty and Tyranny is to believe that the New Deal is when the Supreme Court went astray with their judicial activism, but Levin cites two heavy-handed Supreme Court decisions that [...]
The chapter “On Federalism” from Mark Levin’s book Liberty and Tyranny has a lot of good information in it. The focus of this deconstruction may be on misinformation, but to omit the context of the good information would be misinformation in itself. Levin echoes the sentiments of James Madison that the Constitution was meant for [...]
Here’s a brief recap of the misinformation principles that apply to Mark Levin’s chapter “On the Constitution.” He supports the dogma that links property and liberty together; he omits that the Founders concerns for Supreme Court tinkering were essentially concerns about Federalist tinkering, not what Levin would call Statist tinkering; and he distorts the relative [...]