Nunes is the author of the children's book I am Barack Obama which "allows children to see themselves through the inspirational story of President Obama growing up as an ordinary child asking, 'Who will change the world?' ", and ultimately realizing "that he will"....(gag,..gag,...puke). Nunes is also the CEO of Brandnuwords publishing and is a Senior Vice President for Programs at The Jamestown Project. She is all about the socialist indoctrination of our children, as is The Jamestown Project. Michelle Malkin has been all over this story.
The indoctrination of our children has been going on for a very long while. I was introduced to Marxism in 1972 by my high school "American Government" teacher and, as a result of that indoctrination, I remained a Marxist till the mid 80's. If it seems that there is more of it going on now, well, it only seems that way. The fact is that now, they are only getting caught more often. Thank God for the Fox News Channel.
An interesting aside to all of this is the incredible irony of the name of The Jamestown Project. The Jamestown Project is a socialist group, and yet, they have chosen as the name for their group an historic example of the failure of socialism. In The Great Thanksgiving Hoax, Richard J. Maybury explains that many early colonies practiced socialism with disastrous results.
Many early groups of colonists set up socialist states, all with the same terrible results. At Jamestown, established in 1607, out of every shipload of settlers that arrived, less than half would survive their first twelve months in America. Most of the work was being done by only one-fifth of the men, the other four-fifths choosing to be parasites. In the winter of 1609-10, called "The Starving Time," the population fell from five-hundred to sixty.
Then the Jamestown colony was converted to a free market, and the results were every bit as dramatic as those at Plymouth. In 1614, Colony Secretary Ralph Hamor wrote that after the switch there was "plenty of food, which every man by his own industry may easily and doth procure." He said that when the socialist system had prevailed, "we reaped not so much corn from the labors of thirty men as three men have done for themselves now."
Before these free markets were established, the colonists had nothing for which to be thankful. They were in the same situation as Ethiopians are today, and for the same reasons. But after free markets were established, the resulting abundance was so dramatic that the annual Thanksgiving celebrations became common throughout the colonies, and in 1863, Thanksgiving became a national holiday.
Should Charisse Carney-Nunes, and mmmm, mmmm, mmmm, Barack Hussein Obama have their way, Americans would likewise, not have much to be thankful for. If socialists could learn anything from Karl Marx which would truly be profitable, it is this;
"History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce."