Communism

NY Times: Didn’t the Soviets Win the REAL Space Race? You Know, for Diversity?

Soviet cosmonauts weren't victories for people of color; they empowered those who kept them in bondage.

The Cold War may be over, but the New York Times‘ devotion to ignoring the crimes of the Soviet regime endures. As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, the Times felt the need to lecture its readers that the U.S. actually lost the space race… the “Space Race for Equality” that is.

Good Riddance, Bonny Sunch

Good morning. In less than an hour, aircraft from here will join others from around the world. And you will be launching the largest aerial battle in the history of mankind. “Mankind.” That word should have new meaning for all of us today. We can’t be consumed by our petty differences anymore. We will be united in our common interests. Perhaps it’s fate that today is the Fourth of July, and you will once again be fighting for our freedom — not from tyranny, oppression, or persecution, but from annihilation. We are fighting for our right to live. To exist. And should we win the day, the Fourth of July will no longer be known as an American holiday, but as the day the world declared in one voice: “We will not go quietly into the night! We will not vanish without a fight! We’re going to live on! We’re going to survive! Today we celebrate our Independence Day!”

Elizabeth Warren Announces ‘Free College’ Plan on Lenin’s Birthday

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.), a mid-tier candidate in the Democratic presidential primary, unveiled on Monday an ambitious proposal to cancel student loan debt and make all public universities tuition-free. In what may or may not be a coincidence, the date of Warren's announcement, April 22, just happens to be the birthday of Vladimir I. Lenin, the architect of Soviet communism.