Our guest is Dr. Scott Magill, Founder and Executive Director of Veterans in Defense of Liberty. Dr. Scott will discuss the Rules for radicals that was written by Saul Alinsky (1909-1972) in 1971. Saul Alinsky. Rules for Radicals: A Pragmatic Primer for Realistic Radicals. Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. Kindle Edition. Alinsky said It is “the end justifies the means” approach to bring about a radical change in society. It has proven both effective and dangerous. Many leftists have used principles in the book as a blueprint for organizing, radicalizing, and implementing ‘progressive’ ideologies. Homosexuality, transgenderism, racism, LGBTQ, radical feminism, etc., are topics that once were taboo but are now common on airwaves, print, and the internet. But along with their forced awareness is their immorality. We’ve been desensitized to the increasing depravity, and because of it, we are sliding downward towards greater sin. Accompanying that downward slide is the leftist propaganda of cultural and economic injustices. LGBTQ and minorities are set against white people, so the classic Marxist bourgeoisie (haves) and proletariat (have nots) conflict are propagated. The result is protests, riots, the cancel culture, denial of free speech, and threats against the free exercise of religion.
Veterans in Defense of Liberty® is a national advocacy group of veterans dedicated to restoring and sustaining the original moral and constitutional principles of our Republic. Members of Veterans in Defense of Liberty continue to serve with the same passion and dedication to our country as we did in combat.
He is board chairman of Veterans in Defense of Liberty Action Committee TM, and past president of the Missouri Republican Assembly. He is the recipient of the Missouri Republican Party – Milton Friedman Award, and the Daughters of the American Revolution “Distinguished Citizen Medal Award.” Dr. Magill is the past chairman of the board and governmental affairs officer of Rolling Thunder ® Inc. Chapter 1 Missouri. He now serves as a member of, The Council for National Policy, and the Ft. Worth Airpower Council. Dr. Magill served in the United States Marine Corps and the United States Army Medical Corps. For more information go to vidolamerica.org