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Imre Beke Jr. is a former radio talk show host, having hosted "Right Time Radio" on WKNY 190 AM in Kingston, NY for six years. He is a frequent commentator in print and online on political issue. Imre attended law school in Budapest, Hungary, where he lived for eight years. His personal experiences with modern European Socialism as well as the last gasps of Soviet Communism give him a unique perspective on extremist Leftist abuses of freedom.

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    Let There Be Light!

    As an American, I am dismayed when I look at what our country has become. And yet, as a Christian I remain filled with hope. As long as faith lives, hope thrives. As long as life remains, the future survives. As long as belief is sustained, dismay can never turn to despair. Our greatest enemy is not Statism. It is not Islam. It is not | Read More »

    What the Establishment Fears

    In a political season filled with twists and turns and surprises, the most significant changes are not the ones which have taken place or which will occur shortly. They are the ones which are signaled for the future by this year’s development. As shocking as the Eric Cantor loss was, it was not the most important development in GOP politics. The fact that ensconced and | Read More »

    Demographics Disprove Fraudulent Palestinian Claims

    Palestinian apologists have been muddying the waters with fallacious claims for decades. Over the past few weeks, those stories have accelerated both in the pace with which they are being posted and the depths of their anger and falsehoods. It is time to set the record straight with facts and figures. The truth is that the entire issue of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as presented by | Read More »

    The Second Amendment Debate and Why We Are Losing It

    We Conservatives are convinced that truth is on our side. And it is. On just about any issue, the debate comes down to facts being presented by the Right and innuendo, propaganda and appeals to emotion being put forth by the Left. Logically, rationally, reasonably, we should win every debate. Right? So, why do we end up behind the eight ball? Why are the Leftists | Read More »

    Fascism’s True Face

    “People are tired of liberty. They have had a surfeit of it. Liberty is no longer a chaste and austere virgin…. Today’s youth are moved by other slogans…Order, Hierarchy, Discipline.” -Benito Mussolini One of the favorite tactics of the Socialist Liberal Left in both America and Europe is to accuse those who oppose them of being “fascists.” They count on the fact that people lacking | Read More »

    Government Is A Sewer

    Over the past few years, I have repeatedly heard a disturbing mantra from many Conservatives: “I’m sick and tired of voting for the lesser of two evils.” This attitude frightens me because it is so dangerous. It is not only philosophically wrongheaded but – if it grows – it will lead to a permanent Liberal establishment taking power in America. The truth is that if we can successfully and | Read More »

    Socialized Medicine: A Personal Perspective

    The late 1980s were an exciting time for me. I watched with rapt fascination as the Soviet empire rather suddenly crumbled, imploding as its insides rotted away. You see, I grew up in a family consisting of people who fought tyranny in a myriad of ways. My paternal grandmother hid Jewish Hungarians in her apartment as part of an “underground railroad” which smuggled them out | Read More »

    An Open Letter to Young Men

    Gentlemen, As a man who is not exactly old but who is certainly old enough to have seen a few things you probably haven’t, I think it is time someone talks to you man-to-man. At your age, you spend a great deal of time thinking about how to be “cool” (or whatever the word being used today is). You think about how to dress, how | Read More »

    Edelweiss

    The other night, I was flipping through the channels on TV. As usual, I was having difficulty finding anything worth watching. Just as I was about to give up, I happened to come upon a rerun of “The Sound of Music.” That particular movie had always been one of my parents’ favorites and it became a family tradition in my childhood to watch it whenever | Read More »