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TNA 10-25 19941212NewtGingrich

TNA 10-25 19941212NewtGingrich

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Published by Hal Shurtleff
Dec 12, 1994 issue of The New American with a lead story on Newt Gingrich pointing out that he is a New Age, Neo-Con who supported NAFTA, GATT, and a member of the CG+FR
Dec 12, 1994 issue of The New American with a lead story on Newt Gingrich pointing out that he is a New Age, Neo-Con who supported NAFTA, GATT, and a member of the CG+FR

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Volume
10,
Number
25
December
12,
1994
W ~ ~ R e
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FEATURES
FRONTPAGE
.
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Gingrich's"conservative"bonafidesincludesupport for
GAD
,embracingNewAgephilosophy,and membershipintheCouncilonForeignRelations
WORLD·
14,17,
19
CongressmenrejectedbythevoterswillhaveonelastopportunitytonegativelyimpactthenationAsummitsponsoredbytheCFRandWEFdrawstheworld'spowerful,includingClintonandYeltsin Gorbachev'snewglobalblueprintcallsfornationaldisarmamentunderastrengthenedUnitedNations
AMERICANOPINION
.
21
VotersthunderedtheirrejectionofClinton'sfailedpoliciesonNovember8th,sweepingfrompowermanyDemocraticliberalincumbents
LETTERS
OF
THEREPUBLIC
.
30
TheSecretSideofHistory
demonstratesthedarkconspiracybehindmanyofhistory'sgreatestcrises
CULTURALCURRENTS
.
32
ZsaZsa's$3.3-millionlossforaverbal
fauxpas
isrepresentativeofthisnation'stortparalysis
ECONOMICS
.
40
TheFed'sfiscalfablesabout"inflation"defycommon sense,nottomentionthelawsofeconomics
PUBLISHER'SPAGE
.
44
TheassaultonAmerica'sculturalvaluesmirrorsastrategydevelopedbyrevolutionaryAntonioGramsci
Cover:
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DEPARTMENTS
FROMTHEEDITOR
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INSIDERREPORT
.11
Stassen'srestructuringblueprintfortheUN;CIA's geographylesson;Orrin'sAscent;Mortie'smusings
THERIGHTANSWERS
.
35
CORRECTION,PLEASEl
.
36
ClintonPresidencyturnsacoldshouldertoveterans;EvidenceoftheabandonmentofPOWswasburied
GUN
REPORT·
38
Japan'sguncrimeup;Canadianpro-gunlobby; Colombianexperience;Chicagobansbullets
 
FROM
THE
EDITOR
Publisher
JohnF.McManus
T
he
November
8thelectionreturnsundoubtedlydemonstratethatmost AmericansrejectPresidentBillClin ton,hiswife,andtheirradicalsocial/politi calagenda.If,instead,therecentelections hadrepresentedarejectionof
all
incumbents-RepublicanandDemocratic,con servativeandliberal-thenRepublicansas wellasDemocratswouldhavebeenswept out
of
office.YetonNovember8thnota singleRepublicanincumbentwasdefeated. TheAmericanpeoplewantlessgovern mentnotmore,andonNovember8ththey senttheWashingtonpoliticalestablishment amessageofseismicproportions.However, asRobertW.Leenotesinhisarticlebegin ningonpage21,theelectionsof'94donot constitutearevolution,ifbyrevolutionis meantaradicalchangeindirection.The Americanpeoplecertainlywantachangein direction,buttherecentextraordinaryRe publicangainsdonotnecessarilymeanthat theyaregoingtogetit. Achangecannotpossiblytakeplaceuntil amajorityofourcongressmenbeginvoting tolimitthefederalgovernmenttoitsproper constitutionalrole.TheRepublicanParty nowhasmajoritycontrolofbothHousesof Congress,butthisdoesnotmeanthatcon stitutionalistscontrolbothHouses-notby alongshot.Just14yearsago,Republican RonaldReaganwaselectedonananti-big governmentplatform,andtheRepublican PartyalsocapturedcontroloftheSenate. Yetthewelfarestategrewasconservatives gotmostlyrhetoricwhileliberalsgottheac tion,andRepublicancontroloftheSenate waseventuallylost.PresidentReagan,in spiteofhisrhetoricagainstbiggovernment, didnotevensubmitabalancedbudgetreso lutiontoCongressforthecomingfiscalyear duringtheentireeight-yearperiodofhis Presidency.Hisproposedbudgetresolutions drippedwithhundredsofbillionsofdollars ofredink-justlikethebudgetsfavored bytheDemocrats.
Lessonsfor
Today
ThistimearoundtheConservativeAd vancecouldbesabotagedwiththehelpof RobertDoleasSenateMajorityLeaderand NewtGingrichasSpeakeroftheHouse.The recordofthelatterisexaminedinWilliam F.Jasper'sexposebeginningonpagefive. TherecordshowsthatGingrichispro G
ATT
andNAFTA,pro-foreignaid,a memberoftheEstablishment'sCouncilon ForeignRelations,andaneco-warrior.Yet thisistheknightwhoissupposedtoleadthe
THE
NEW
AME
RI
CAN
/
DECEMBER
12,1994
ConservativeAdvanceintheHouse? Butthereisreasontobeencouraged,not onlybecausethepeoplehavejustthundered theirstrongpreferenceforlessgovernment, butbecausemanyoftheRepublicancandi dateswhogotelectedareinfactsincere conservatives-albeituninformed(and thereforesubjecttobeingmisled)insome instances.BasedonTHENEWAME
RI
CAN'S ConservativeIndex,theaveragescoreofthe 40representativesandsenatorswhowere defeatedintheprimaryoronNovember8th isadismal15percent.
Education
Is
the
Key
UltimatelytheAmericanpeople,likeany peoplewhopossesstheballot,willgetthe kindofrepresentationtheydeserve.Anun informedelectoratewilleventuallyvoteit selfintoslavery(justastheGermanpeople didwhentheyusheredinHitler'sNational SocialistParty),whileaninformedelector atewillvoteintoofficemenandwomenof soundprinciplewhowillrestoreconstitu tionalgovernment.Theunderstandingrequiredforthemain tenanceoffreedomcannotbecreatedthrough glibpoliticalcampaignslogansor3D-second soundbites.Thereal
educational
workthateffectivelydetermineshowthepolitical machinerunswhenitisturnedoneverytwo years-takesplacedayinanddayoutdur ingelectionyearsandnonelectionyears alike.Butthateducationalprocessdoesfar morethandet
erm
inetheelectability
of
future
candidatesforpublicoffice;italso impactsthevotingrecordsofall
sitting
congressmenwhokeepafingertothewind. TheAmericanpeoplehavealreadyspo ken,
but
what
ever
genuineconservative gainscomeoutofthenewCongresswillbe determinedinpartbywhatvigilantcitizens donow.IfvigilantAmericansholdthefeet oftheirpoliticianstothefireandstayin regularcontactwiththemvialetters,faxes, telegrams,andtownmeetings,thenfewer congressmenwillbetraytheircam
paig
nrhetoricandmorecongressmenwillgradu allyshifttotheri
ght
-reg
ardl
essofwhethertheirshiftismotivatedbyprinciple orbyadesiretostayinoffice.If,onthe otherhand,toomanyAmericansgotosleep onceagain,thentheso-calledConservative Revolutionof1994willgothewayofthe ReaganRevolution
of
1980.Wewillsuc ceedonly
if
theunderstandingthatledthe voterstospeaksostronglyonNovember8th isviewedasabaseonwhichtobuild. -G
AR
YBENOIT
Ed
itor
GaryBenoit
ManagingEditor
David
W.
Bohon
SeniorEditor
WilliamF.Jasper
WashingtonEditor
William
P.
Hoar
Contributors
HilaireduBerrierSamuelL.BlumenfeldJamesJ.Drummey
G.
EdwardGriffinWilliamNormanGriggJaneH.IngrahamMarkD.IsaacsRobert
W.
LeeNelandD.NobelCharles
E.
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ArtDirector
ScottJ.Alberts
Typesetting
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Advertising/Circulation
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Research
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