Credit where credit is due

Trevor Loudon is a hero:

We are having an effect! Van Jones, the (admitted) radical communist “Green Jobs” Czar resigned today. Glenn Beck has been given the credit for almost singlehandedly slapping him down. Glenn should get credit, along with all the other talk show hosts and bloggers who pounded the airwaves with this information.

BUT WHO FIRST GOT THE INFORMATION THAT BECK AND OTHERS USED??? The unsung hero in this episode is the person who brought Jones’ radical background to light, a man – not even an American – who labors night and day with NO remuneration and rarely any recognition for his titanic efforts, a man I am proud to call my friend: Trevor Loudon. Please visit his blog, New Zeal, and show your appreciation with a donation.



3 thoughts on “Credit where credit is due

  1. Thanks so much for the link to the blog ~ it is really cool. Had never heard of him till now, but thank God he is getting well deserved press. Bloggers like him rock!

  2. If you want to know who the Communists are in the US government you have to follow Trevor Loudon. He does a great job. RBO carries his work, and adds to the info we need. I urge everyone to look at their efforts.

    RBO has been following the Van Jones story since April 6, 2009, when Trevor Loudon first outted Jones’ radical past.

  3. Both of these blogs are excellent!

    I would also like to recommend another excellent source of information on “Who’s Who” on the political LEFT …. called “Discover The Networks”.

    I wish you well 🙂 Melek

    “It is said that Robin Hood fought against the looting rulers and returned the loot to those who had been robbed, but that is not the meaning of the legend which has survived. He is remembered, not as a champion of property, but as a champion of need, not as a defender of the robbed, but as a provider of the poor. He is held to be the first man who assumed a halo of virtue by practicing charity with wealth which he did not own, by giving away goods which he had not produced, by making others pay for the luxury of his pity. He is the man who became the symbol of the idea that need, not achievement, is the source of rights, that we don’t have to produce, only to want, that the earned does not belong to us, but the unearned does. He became a justification for every mediocrity who, unable to make his own living, had demanded the power to dispose of the property of his betters, by proclaiming his willingness to devote his life to his inferiors at the price of robbing his superiors.” ~ Ayn Rand

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