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The Federalist, The Eunuchorn, And War

Posted on March 23, 2012 by in Opinion

The Eunuchorn: Sexy and oh so effective! Just look at him(?).

Eunuchorn: (n) “conservative” emasculated male who is working for national political organizations, their state counterparts, or one aspiring to be any part of this unfortunate class. This word is a semantic change of “eunuch”, a term Andrew Breitbart was fond of using to describe such people (for obvious reasons). Andrew and I didn’t agree on a few issues, but we agreed on the big issues. Long before Andrew arrived on the scene, as the very public and intentional “happy warrior”, many of us activists knew who our enemy was. Andrew was able to articulate it with special efficacy, likely due to his time as an author and the muscle behind Huffington Post and The Drudge Report: we’re fighting a war against the professional left. However, Andrew’s eunuchs are another enemy, one within our ranks, which most of us don’t want to acknowledge. That’s about to change.

When Andrew died, I took the day off from work, social networking, etc., because even though Andrew and I weren’t close, I, like many others, realized that we had lost our most effective warrior in actively taking the battle to the enemy (vs. “our side” always being reactionary). Late that evening, I decided that I was all in for the fight. I concluded that many of us are needed to fill Andrew’s shoes, and I happen to be in a place in life where I have the ability, experience, network, and resources to meet this challenge. A couple days later, I told some of my friends in town for Andrew’s funeral about my personal epiphany and my commitment to the cause. I’ve been iterating on the battle plans since.

I don’t know exactly how Andrew envisioned the war unfolding, but I’ve been using the definition in this context: A state of hostility, conflict, or antagonism. A struggle between opposing forces for a particular end. Ayn Rand looked at it like this: ”A political battle is merely a skirmish fought with muskets; a philosophical battle is a nuclear war.” I encourage you to develop your own teams and strategies, but consider these fundamental ideas of philosophical war as you move forward. My model is inspired and energized by Sherman, Patton, and Sun-Tzu; read them, and you’ll get the idea. I’m sure as hell not going to post my strategy online, but you saw a very thin slice of one aspect in the Sandra Fluke piece (there are a couple updates posted). The Washington Times is now hounding Anita Dunn asking her for an interview to discuss whether Sandra Fluke and the White House colluded before her “testimony”. That strawman has been pulverized, no matter how the enemy wants to present it moving forward. I definitely learned some lessons, and I admit that I made some tactical mistakes. I will adapt. Trust me, this is only the beginning.

We have $15 trillion in debt due to the political machine’s ineffectiveness, and many of these toolless wimps (note the band-aid on the eunuchorn’s crotch in the above picture) on “our side” keep doing more of the same things that got us to this low point. Does it really need to be said that this milquetoast people group, with their self-serving and self-preserving agendas, are not the answer? HELL YES. The point needs reinforcement if we’re going to have substantive change and start weaning people of their publicly subsidized “jobs”. However, regardless of how much fun I have publicly smacking the eunuchorns around on Twitter, I’m not content to throw out the baby with the bathwater – but, I’m still trying to ascertain if it’s the baby or the bathwater that needs to go. How many billions of dollars have gone through organizations like Heritage, AFP, Freedomworks, CATO, NRA, etc., yet we’re still fighting for the heart and soul of our nation?

In fairness, some of the eunuchorns who served in the military were able to fight heroically in that previous professional calling. Sadly, they have no clue how to fight the professional left. But, they *think* they do, as most political eunuchorns love to believe they have the answers, even though their abhorrent track record proves otherwise. It’s about results, not your donor-subsidized resume, peppered with examples of being reactionary to the left’s proactive attacks.

However, the eunuchorns will continue to blog about finer points of policytweet all damned day in support of candidates like the severely conservative Etch A Sketch (Brad was correctly mocking some of the them here) et al, and write whitepapers! America struggles under the weight of $60+ trillion in unfunded liabilities, with no sign of any decrease in the foreseeable future, yet too many everyday conservatives choose to remain influenced by what this naive political class churns out, as they have for decades. Polishing a turd isn’t as bad as letting the turd polish you. Am I saying that all whitepapers are bad? No, but *most* whitepapers should be used to wipe your ass when you’re done reading them, because the later is likely a more pragmatic result. Meanwhile, our leftist enemies are supporting the Occupy rejects, who use police cars to wipe their asses – I wonder if whitepapers would solve that problem. Perhaps a bipartisan organization could provide once-read “conservative” whitepapers for the Occupiers to wipe with. Hmm… I digress, or do I?

A little background to qualify some of my statements, especially about the Tea Party (some of this will be redundant for people who’ve known me awhile – skip this paragraph if that’s you.), I’ve been a federalist since I cut my teeth on the words of our founders at the ripe old age of 8. I’ve never been registered with any party, not even the GOP. Although, I was formally involved with the Libertarian Party before the crazies invaded, was a local vice-chair, and a national delegate in the LP, as well. During this time, we fought against TennCare, unsuccessfully, but we led the fight against the proposed Tennessee state income tax, and were successful. I’ve been at this activism thing for a long time, right up through being one of the original founders of the Tea Party movement, and I’ve moderated the Teapartiers listserve for the past few years. I never vote for democrats, because I despise the totalitarian means that collectivists use to advance their agenda. I struggle with my support of many GOP presidential candidates. The same GOP, which in 2008, gave us McCain, and in 2012, they’re likely to give us Romney. More of the same gilded shite! The by-product of this gold-covered crap, no doubt, of decades of the masters and masses staring out through the same Overton window.

Over the last few months, I’ve been speaking with former Teapartiers about the next iteration of our work. I say former Teapartiers, because most of us have moved on (most moved on after the 2010 mid-term election we handed the GOP on a silver platter), as the Tea Party was never supposed to be a status quo cadre. But, people like Judson Philips, who just joined the rest of the charlatans at Tea Party Net (they’re the group that was propped up by CPAC as “Tea Party” this year), have too much invested in the Tea Party “brand” to let it go. The establishment shysters are trying to milk that co-opted dead horse. Tasty. Hell, even Lucifer’s buddy Alinsky knew that people had to move on to the next thing to keep their interest, and more importantly, their effectiveness. During these recent conversations about possible new steps, I’ve presented, as others have (Buckley, for example, who was hugely effective) in the past, federalism as the answer to more effectively label and pursue our intent. Last month, I brought the conversation about federalism to the open forum of Twitter. In these discussions, the consensus among most conservatives is that “conservatism” now denotes Romney, Santorum, Gingrich and company and not a view of first principles federalism. Many have expressed the desire to break with traditional beltway-styled circle-jerks, because even though these career politicos purport to be laissez faire regarding capitalism, but they’re more accurately laissez-nous faire about everything, because they’re better than you schmucks. There are a few who think we still need these career political planners as allies. Allies? How about neutered servants? Personally, I believe we need to break the eunuchorns like a cowboy would a self-serving horse, get them in line, and refocus their “zeal”. They can be our allies, not vice versa. Amat victoria curam.

Having “ingratiated” myself to a few in the eunuchorn class, via publicly ridiculing their continued wasteful and misguided efforts, it’s been pointed out to me, by some of my Twitter followers, that the eunuchorns have been sneering (some of the betas love to stalk me. that’s typical beta behavior.) at my pseudo-rejection of conservatism in favor of federalism. I say pseudo-rejection, because flipping a cultural paradigm overnight is impossible to do, and splitting hairs over terminology is a waste of time. I believe messaging is important, but call yourself whatever you want, as long as federalism is a large part of your foundation.

The reports of the eunuchorn sneers about my federalist paradigm are interesting, because in a recent twist, that the betas obviously missed, or ignored, Jonah Goldberg’s piece, hails none other than federalism as the cure for what ails political parties and modern conservatism:

The main advantage of federalism is more fundamental than the “laboratories of democracy” idea. Federalism is simply the best political system ever conceived of for maximizing human happiness. A one-size-fits-all policy imposed at the national level has the potential to make very large numbers of citizens unhappy, even if it was arrived at democratically. In a pure democracy, I always say, 51 percent of the people can vote to pee in the cornflakes of 49 percent of the people.

Jonah also notes:

It [federalism] would also dethrone those in both parties who think they know what’s best for more than 300 million Americans.

To the Enuchorns:

The irony is that you didn’t even notice Jonah’s piece, and if any of you did notice, did you take the time to mock Jonah? No, because in many ways, you aspire to be like him. Political betas, if you’ve been spending all your time devoted to your political, donor-subsidized, “careers”, while attacking the fighters on “our side”, rather than doing something truly effective, you’re doing it wrong. Yes, we remember how most of you despised the Tea Party when it started. We watched as you recently begged for Rush to apologize for his justifiable attack on a leftist strawman argument, and you *literally* praised God after he folded under pressure from you and the left. And many of the true fighters on our side recently watched a few of you try to paint some in our ranks as something we’re not, while using leftist tactics. For what purpose… who knows? How’s any of that working for America? Did you affect that $15 trillion debt, eunuchorns? No, you didn’t. However, you did show your true colors, and the people who matter most have seen those colors. Fortunately, most of the fighters will no longer see you as allies, and I’m glad we pushed the requisite buttons to make that happen. Hook. Line. Sinker. Small favors and all.

Now is the time to look in the mirror and admit the truth – or sthu, gtho of the way, and continue caving to the left. We’ll know we’re doing something right when you join the left in attacks against us. You can tune out now, but I’m sure you’re already distracted by some whitepaper, policy blog post, or a tweet about a candidate that you’re in the tank for. Bye, political betas!

Back to the warriors:

As you now know, the war we’ve undertaken isn’t only our assault against the professional left, it will continue to involve our getting sniped in the back by the political class and their lackeys on “our side”, because the reality is that these people are comfortable where there are. They love their tiny insignificant perches, because what is most important to them is looking down on all you slack-jawed yokels while they pontificate amongst themselves.

All politicians, in any party, need your accountability, not just your vote. See: history.

Don’t kowtow to the left, because they’re your enemy, and as William F. Buckley Jr. said, they “lie”.

Don’t kowtow to the eunuchorns, because, by definition, they don’t have any balls, and they’re obviously more interested in drawing a paycheck via their hoodwinked donors.

The ranks are forming. Pick a side. And don’t forget the most important rule: loyalty means everything in this fight.

Sandra Fluke’s Boyfriend, Adam “Cutie Pants” Mutterperl, And His Radical Socialist Family

Posted on March 13, 2012 by in Articles

(Filed under: “Never mind, media, we’ll do your damned job, losers.”)

Updated: Added link to the Jewish Encyclopedia for an explanation of “traditional Jewish socialism“, amongst those who’ve chosen the socialist/marxist ideology. It’s in the first paragraph about Adam’s parents. I assumed the readers could Google something if they had questions, but I was wrong. 

Update #2: Finally, The Washington Times is now asking the right questions. Like, “Hey, Anita Dunn, what role did the White House play in having Sandra Fluke appear before congress?” This is looking bad for SKDKnickerbocker, Anita’s PR firm.

Behold! Sandra Fluke’s boyfriend, Adam Mutterperl!

Recently, it was reported that Sandra Fluke is connected to none other than 1%’er, William (Bill) Mutterperl, through her boyfriend. However, it wasn’t reported who her boyfriend is. Everyone, meet Sandra’s boyfriend, wannabe producer, and amateur stand-up comic, Adam “Cutie Pants” Mutterperl, in this video audition he submitted to a “reality” show:

Cutie pants? This guy the epitome of what everyone thought Sandra Fluke’s boyfriend would be. Maybe Adam could produce a biopic titled, “Beta Males and the Progressive Chicks Who Dig Them”.

Anyway, here are some pictures of Sandra and Adam frolicking in typical ghetto places like Spain and Italy:

The caption that Adam added to one of the Barcelona pics, “Pretty drunk”. Is this the part where I’m supposed to pay for your condoms, Adam? You know, because traveling between L.A., D.C., and New York, and vacationing in Barcelona, Italy, etc., is pretty darned expensive. I get it. Did you piss off your uber-wealthy parents to get cut off from your trust fund? You and Sandra must need some government subsidies. Idea: mock hearing. Brilliant!

Awesome that Adam is so happy about Sandra making “the big time” (h/t to SooperMexican for this particular screenshot). 

Bill and Nancy Mutterperl, Adam’s parents. Love the color of your hat, Bill. It’s reflective of your ideals.

Anyway, on to Adam’s “typical Democrat family”. The term BIll O’Reilly used to describe Bill Mutterperl is “Democratic stalwart”. However, as soon as I heard his name in a story about Sandra Fluke, I almost choked, due to my sudden epiphany. Why? Because anyone familiar with Boston and New York political history knows about the wealthy Mutterperl family’s long tradition of supporting the traditional Jewish variant of socialism. Bill Mutterperl’s family are much more than Democratic stalwarts.

I’ll let Woody Allen give you the basic overview (if Woody introduces left-wing, Jewish socialism, it’s not anti-Semitic, AMIRIGHT?!):

(Transcript of the video clip: “What’s your name… Allison… You’re like New York Jewish, left-wing, intellectual, Central Park West, Brandeis University, socialist summer camps and the father with the Ben Shahn drawings, really strike-oriented. Stop me before I make a complete imbecile of myself… No, that was wonderful! I love being reduced to a cultural stereotype.”)

Allen’s description probably describes Adam’s childhood, right down to the Ben Shahn drawings. I wonder if Adam has ever been to a kibbutz.

The Mutterperl family, via Adam’s great grandfather Sol’s handbag fortune, established the ”Mutterperl Scholarship Endowment Fund” in 1951 for Brandeis University. This school, as some people call it, is named for Louis Brandeis, a secular Jew, Zionist, and United States Supreme Court Justice appointed by Woodrow Wilson. Brandeis was a self-proclaimed socialistHerbert Marcuse, the famous Frankfurt School Marxist, came to Brandeis in 1954, three years after the Mutterperl fund was created. Brandeis University is one of the nation’s leading petri dishes for anti-American and neo-Marxist thought. Here’s the statement from the Brandeis bulletin about the Mutterperl fund:

Traditions of charity inculcated in their children by a New York couple, who recently celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary, are being perpetuated in their honor by the children who have established a Sol and Susanne Mutterperl Scholarship Endowment Fund at Brandeis University.

Honoring the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Sol Mutterperl, the endowment fund has been established by means  of a substantial initial grant which will be augmented from time to time.

The initial grant was made by the children through the Mutterperl Foundation, Inc., which was organized in December, 1951, by Raphael Mutterperl: his brother, Martin Mutterperl, and their sister’s husband, Ludwig S. Buckhardt. for the purpose of fostering the philanthropic ideals of their parents.

President of the Foundation is Raphael Mutterperl, prominent New Bedford (Mass.) manufacturer.

Since Sol is credited with creating the women’s handbag market, and was a wealthy manufacturer and proprietor of those goods, he and his wife, Susanne, lived at 22 Central Park West in Manhattan for a time, and then at 350 Central Park West. Not too shabby, Mutterperl! Sol was also supportive of unions and was the Director of the United Jewish Appeal (now The Jewish Federations of North America) a Jewish “social” organization. From the JFNA website:

The Federation movement, collectively among the top 10 charities on the continent, protects and enhances the well-being of Jews worldwide through the values of tikkun olam (repairing the world), tzedakah (charity and social justice) and Torah (Jewish learning).

There’s that “social justice” code word again. Jewish Socialism is linked to a very progressive concept of the above tikkun olam. New Bedford, MA, where Raphael Mutterperl ran the family’s manufacturing arm, was a hotbed of  Marxist trade-unionism in early 20th century America. Why? It was easy to “sell” radical trade-unionism to a whole people group who were brought up in the lap of Weimar Marxian ideology, because New Bedford had many new eastern-European Jewish immigrants living there at the time, including, of course, the Mutterperl family.

For some added historical context, two popular Marxists, Samuel Gompers and Daniel De Leon, agitated in New Bedford, and were instrumental in fomenting strikes amongst the workers of the textile mills there. As I wrote before, Gompers was the founder of what is now the largest Marxist union organization in America, the AFL-CIO.

In addition to the Mutterperl’s extensive history within the Jewish socialist activist/political world, and their generational wealth, they’re still doing what they can to help the 99%. An excerpt from Bill’s current Reed Smith LLP (one of the 15 largest law firms in the world) bio:

Bill is a partner in Reed Smith’s Financial Industry Group. He specializes in providing high level counseling to CEO’s, General Counsel, Boards of Directors and members of senior management of major financial institutions.

As the former Vice Chairman of The PNC Financial Services Group, he held management responsibilities for certain PNC staff functions, including legal, compliance, legislative affairs and media relations, and he was responsible for implementing best practices for corporate governance. He served on several senior management committees, including Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate Re-Engineering and Consumer affairs, and also served as management liaison to a special ad hoc committee of the Board of Directors dealing with regulatory affairs and corporate governance. He also served as a PNC representative on the Board of Directors of BlackRock Investment Management, one of the largest investment management firms in the world.

Bill also had a distinguished 25-year career at FleetBoston Financial Corp. where he served as its Executive Vice President and General Counsel world-wide, responsible for all legal affairs of the company.

In addition, Bill served as Executive Director of the Independent Oversight Board for Arthur Andersen, headed by former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker. The other members of the Independent Oversight Board included current and former CEO’s of major U.S. companies. Bill advised the Board on proposed best corporate governance practices to be adopted by Andresen in the wake of governmental investigations and criticisms of that firm.

In private practice, Bill was a partner in the business law division of Brown Rudnick Berlack Israels in Boston, specializing in corporate governance issues. He began his legal career at the law firm of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP.

You’ll recall that Paul Volcker, mentioned in Bill’s bio, was Obama’s bank bailout architect, advisor, and appointee. I know! Random, right?

Bill has also made nearly $90,000 in personal donations to Dems and their allies in the past 10 years, according to OpenSecrets.org. Check out the awesome Daddy Warbucks screenshots:

Adam’s mother is Nancy Mutterperl. According to the  California Secretary of State, she’s involved with a company operating in Beverly Hills, CA as Charlotte Lu, LLC. They specialize in jewelry that runs from $300, to nearly $4000. Their website has a brief bio of Nancy, listing her role as “Business Development and Display“:

Raised in West Haven, Connecticut, Nancy Mutterperl enjoyed studying art history in college, but it was her love of jewelry that led to her earning certificates from the Gemological Institute of America. While she was a stay-at-home mom, Nancy began creating her own jewelry pieces that were sold in retail stores and catalogs. Nancy’s experience with gemstones gives her the edge for selecting beautiful stones for Charlotte Lu. Nancy is married, has two sons and resides in both Manhattan and Beverly Hills.

Stay-at-home mom, indeed. You know, typical, bi-coastal, “stalwarty” kind of stuff in the Mutterperl family. I wonder if Adam lives with mom here in Beverly Hills. From the looks of Adam’s audition video above, it’s safe to assume that mom imparted some of the “art history” stuff that she enjoyed in college, unto her son.

In summary (with bold for emphatic inflection): Sandra Fluke is a 30 year old leftist activist, attending Georgetown University, whom the Dems tried to inject, via non-sequitur, into Issa’s hearing about Obamacare’s encroachment upon religious freedoms, protected by the Establishment Clause in the 1st Amendment. Her boyfriend, Adam Mutterperl, is the son of one of the most well-connected leftist Jewish families on the East Coast (add the West Coast to that, apparently), with ties to neo-Marxist Brandeis University as decades old donors… and whose father, Bill Mutterperl, worked directly for Paul Volcker, one of Obama’s pals, advisors, and Keynesian “stimulus” bill architects. Yet, we’re supposed to believe that this just boils down to a poor girl needing us to “subsidize” her birth control. RIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGHT!

We’re talking Sgt. Schultz levels of ignorance and avoidance if you buy that load of schmutz.

Some have claimed that Sandra’s reps (Anita Dunn’s PR firm – Anita’s the Mao lover, and former Obama Communications Director) are lying about the Mutterperl “boyfriend”. I’ve posted the Facebook photos, above, of them, that are dated, and go back a few years – but you never see them kiss in their photos. To me, it’s obvious that she’s in bed with him, literally, or figuratively. Either way, Sandra’s connection to this particular Jewish-American socialist dynasty is a “little” secret that they don’t want you to know. Which begs the question… if you’re so connected to the Mutterperl family, Sandra, why not go to Brandeis, a school much more aligned with your worldview, instead of Georgetown University, a Catholic Jesuit school? Are you admitting that a Christian school is better than a neo-Marxist school, or is there some other agenda? Now *that’s* funny when you think about it.

Based on all this random connectedness, I’d love it if Miss Fluke would sue Georgetown for “subsidized” birth control. The Georgetown lawyers would have a field day with discovery. Do it, Sandra. I dare you.

Oh, as a complete aside, check out Adam’s grandpappy, Martin Mutterperl, hanging out with Cass Sunstein’s, (another Obama appointee, Regulatory Czarina, and overall radical leftist) great-uncle, Alexander Cass Sunstein, and Samuel “Subway Sam” Rosoff, the guy who killed one of his detractors over a labor union spat, in Palm Beach back in 1965, at the Ambassador Hotel (see: photo below). Purely coincidence, I’m sure, since they’re all associated with Marxists, socialists, and trade-unionists of Eastern-European, Jewish, descent. There are some other interesting names in this list. Can you spot them?! Just kidding. Move along. Nothing to see here, hobbits.

cass sunstein's folks palling around with adam mutterperl's folks in palm beach