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    Charles Manson Didn’t Kill the Sixties — the Sixties Did

    By kyle | November 28, 2017

    A look back at Hillary Clinton’s insane Wellesley commencement speech, Charles Manson’s insane followers and the general insanity of the era.

    Topics: Politics | 1 Comment »

    One Response to “Charles Manson Didn’t Kill the Sixties — the Sixties Did”

    1. K Says:
      November 30th, 2017 at 1:39 am

      It’s refreshing to see that 60’s radicalism is finally getting some well deserved criticism from people other than David Horowitz. The Clintons, however, were never on the same planet as radical icons such as Manson, the Black Panthers, Tom Hayden’s SDS and the Weather Underground. In spite of Hillary’s Marxist speechifyin, the Clinton’s nearest political relative is Huey Long, not Mao Zedong.