The New American Revolution: Using the Power of the Individual to Save Our Nation from Extremists

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Overview

The New American Revolution

A controversial and powerful manifesto for twenty-first-century American Patriots

"It's time to swing back the curtains and invite the light in. And that light is American Nationalism, perennially shunned by the Left, condemned by Socialists, and without any special interest group fighting for its rebirth. It has no legitimate advocates. And yet it is the very idea that will save not only our nation, but the rest of the world as well," declares Tammy Bruce.

With this remarkable book, the bestselling author, activist, and independent pundit pulls no punches, illustrating how a new American revolution is upon us — a revolution based on American Nationalism and Individualism.

Grounded in reason, classical philosophy, and hard-earned experience, Bruce explores the dramatic shift in American attitudes since the tragedy of September 11. She illustrates how in our effort to take this nation back from nihilistic extremists, American Nationalism, individualism, gun ownership, the tearing down of liberal institutions, personal activism, and knowing the enemy are the new tools for today's Patriot.

The "Hate America First" ideology has prevailed for far too long, says Bruce, and she now offers a powerful prescription to reverse the moral and cultural decay wrought by Leftist extremists for four decades. This power to stem the tide resides squarely within the reawakened American founding concept of E Pluribus Unum, or "Out of Many, One." It is this ingrained individualist spirit of the average American that makes this country the best nation on earth, and now fuels the noble fight against the scourge of the Collectivist Left.

In a positive framework with empowering ideas, insight, and tools for direct action, Bruce has captured a watershed moment in American history.

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Tammy Bruce's web site describes her as "an openly gay, pro-choice, gun-owning, pro-death penalty, voted-for-President Bush progressive feminist." Her book The New American Revolution offers a manifesto based on the time-honored concept of E Pluribus Unum (Out of many, one). She argues that it's time for average Americans to reject the simplistic polarities of extremist positions. A cry from the middle.
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Michael Moore, John Kerry, Jesse Jackson, and Elton John, as well as organizations like the ACLU, NOW, and the UN, count among the members of radio and print commentator Bruce's (The Death of Right and Wrong: Exploring the Left's Assault on Our Culture and Values) "The Hate America First Club." Her vitriolic screed argues that those liberals who support multiculturalism are an assault on the "new American radicals" who believe in family values and have strong faith. Apparently, all liberals who have not seen the way as shown by Bruce have neither values nor faith. She maintains that the "New American Revolution" began on 9/11 and was reaffirmed by Bush's 2004 reelection. Liberals and a significant number of conservatives would question this contention in the wake of the unfulfilled claims about the Iraq war and the slow response to Hurricane Katrina's devastation. Bruce's allegations are not demonstrated convincingly; public libraries can pass on this one. Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780060726201
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 11/1/2005
  • Pages: 304
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.01 (d)

Meet the Author

Tammy Bruce is the bestselling author of The New Thought Police and The Death of Right and Wrong. She is the host of a nationally syndicated radio talk show, serves as a Fox News political contributor, and writes regular columns for Newsmax.com and Frontpagemagazine.com, and for her website and blog, www.tammybruce.com. She lives in Los Angeles.

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The New American Revolution

Using the Power of the Individual to Save Our Nation from Extremists
By Tammy Bruce

HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.

Copyright © 2005 Tammy Bruce
All right reserved.

ISBN: 0060726202

Chapter One

The New American Revolution

Citizens, by birth or choice, of a common country, that country has a right to concentrate your affections. The name of American, which belongs to you in your national capacity, must always exalt the just pride of patriotism more than any appellation derived from local discriminations.
-- George Washington, Farewell Address, 1796

The reelection of George W. Bush on November 2, 2004, was a confirmation of what began on September 11, 2001 -- a New American Revolution.

That national election was not simply a culmination of the changing of our nation, but a continuation of that change in the most personal and individual ways. One by one, person by person, there has been a shift in how Americans view themselves and what we're willing to put up with.

We're tired of cleaning up the world's messes. We're tired of waiting for Europe to deal with terrorists and tyrants. We took it upon ourselves to deal with them in the only way possible -- with righteous vengeance and preemptive action.

The American Left complains that we have no right to be the world's police force. On the contrary. We've been the world's janitor for almost a century, and after September 11, it became obvious it's better, safer, and more productive to change things instead of cleaning up after the mess.

I contend our DNA changed on September 11. As the years pass and we adjust to what has been called the "New Normal," we may not think about those tragic events every day, but we have been forever changed personally. We no longer take our freedom for granted. We looked into the face of a savage and realized evil does exist. We now understand that beasts nurtured by the rest of the world don't care about justice, compassion, or freedom.

We finally understand at our very core that tomorrow is not guaranteed. We "get it" that decisions we make today will shape the world of tomorrow. With all at stake, our individual consciousness as Americans and our responsibility to the future are now irreversible.

Despite the results manifesting all around us, the depth of this change and its consequences have gone largely unrecognized. Americans, even under attack, have been principally a people desirous of being left alone, reticent to go to war.

In the last century, more than half a million Americans died fighting two world wars brought to us by the fascist hubris of Europe and Asia. Now a new century revealed the face of a new savage from the Middle East. There is a point, even for the most restrained, when enough is enough.

I contend September 11 was the beginning of America's tipping point. The subsequent exposure of the deep depravity of the American Left reinforced what is now a New American Revolution.

After that consuming tragedy in 2001, the American Left wallowed in its favorite self-obsessed "It's all our fault!" jingle. The Hate America First crowd, ranging from Michael Moore to Bill Maher to Sean Penn, whined that the only way America could deal with terrorism was to fix "why they hate us."

Instead, the power of the individual American emerged. It became apparent that the Left's decades-long effort to condition us to hate this country is failing. The strength of the American character survives. Instead of worrying about the hurt feelings of the Inner Child of Islamist terrorists, we decided to invade their countries, kill or capture the tyrants and terrorists, and liberate the people who for far too long had suffered under despotic regimes.

Our transformation from a passive, guilt-ridden nation drowning in Leftist moral relativism was actually already in motion when we elected George W. Bush president in 2000.

The defeat of Al Gore that year was a message from a nation that ultimately was deeply disgusted by Bill Clinton. We realized we had a choice about whom we wanted to emulate -- a man so easily able to lie, betray, and harm those closest to him, or someone who was, at his core, decent.

When the chips were down, we came through, wanting a better role model. And thank God we did. Much of the rhetoric on both sides of the political spectrum was that the 2004 election was the most important in our lifetime. Little did we know that it was actually the 2000 election that would determine the course of our world.

Eating Our Spinach

George W. Bush was the right man at the right time. He, like us, is a product of a time when Americans had to decide to put up or shut up. On September 10, 2001, George W. Bush and this nation as a whole were very much like a Popeye who had sworn off spinach.

You see, the American Individual is a Regular Guy with a Special Power. For Popeye, his secret was spinach. For us, it is something invisible and infused in our very being -- understanding of and love for freedom and liberty. We are the world's first descendants of an idea. We are the only place on earth where identity is not based in the mass identity of geography. Instead, we are the stewards of an idea rooted in individualist freedom and opportunity.

And yet, because of decades of Leftist hectoring, America toward the end of the twentieth century had begun to doubt itself and its greatness. In my first two books, The New Thought Police (NTP) and The Death of Right and Wrong (DRW), I chronicle our successful brainwashing by the American Left. We were slowly succumbing to the lie that America was a racist, sexist, homophobic place. American values and culture were the scourge of the world, socialism was the wave of the future, and Americans were conditioned to look away.

We began to allow multiculturalism and moral relativism to win the day.

When I wrote those books I had no idea how near we were to a New American Revolution. But I should not have been surprised. Americans have . . .

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Excerpted from The New American Revolution by Tammy Bruce Copyright © 2005 by Tammy Bruce. Excerpted by permission.
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Table of Contents

1 The new American revolution 1
2 The new radical individual 36
3 Politics and the individual 62
4 The sleeping beauty of America 92
5 Individualism in the palm of your hand 120
6 Tearing down the institutions 148
7 Know your enemy : unmasking the left 183
Epilogue : the elephants in the room 215
Appendix tool chest 1 Continuing the revolution 245
Appendix tool chest 2 Reading into the new American revolution 262
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2006

    a liberal versus the Left

    ¿I stand for the Classical Liberal concepts of personal liberty and individualism.¿ (p. 34). Discusses the expropriation of the term ¿liberalism¿ by the Left. Here is an annotated table of contents: THE NEW AMERICAN REVOLUTION ¿ winning the Culture War and taking America back. THE NEW RADICAL INDIVIDUAL ¿ the power is in your hands Gives examples of some of the insanity of the Left. ¿That¿s why people on the Left very rarely engage in assessing their own beliefs. ¿ because debating the details would expose the fallacy, and the downright absurdity, of most of their cultural, economic, and political positions.¿ (p. 44). POLITICS AND THE INDIVIDUAL ¿ ¿I was a `liberal¿ without thinking about the details. I was a `feminist¿ without worrying about what that meant.¿ (p. 63). Individualism, Freedom, Private Property, Reason, Justice, Toleration and Diversity, Democracy, and conserving these American Principles. THE SLEEPING BEAUTY OF AMERICA ¿ 9/11 was ¿the seminal moment of our awakening from¿Identity Politics and the slick manipulation of each of us under the guise of `multiculturalism¿.¿ (p. 92) INDIVIDUALISM IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND ¿ the arguments FOR gun ownership and the lies and false statistics purveyed by the anti-gun lobby. TEARING DOWN THE INSTITUTIONS ¿ Viacom¿s CBS and the New York Times: ¿the media companies at the heart of what¿s damaging our culture.¿ (p. 149). ¿I contend the complicity of the mainstream media (MSM) is the only reason why today¿s Leftist organizations have any impact, or even survive.¿ (p. 156). Example: ¿Viacom literally rewriting history to suit its worldview by electronically replacing boos and catcalls with cheers and applause for Hillary Clinton.¿ (p. 162). Includes practical action steps that individuals can take to tear down these giants. KNOW YOUR ENEMY: UNMASKING THE LEFT ¿ exposing the militant feminist establishment, together with some surprising revelations of the United Nations. My main criticism of this book is its repetitiousness. Also, some of the arguments are not air-tight but generally it is a well-reasoned book, certainly free from the parade of standard logical fallacies that characterize Leftist books. She frequently asks why people can believe such bizarre things as the Left believes and she offers some explanations that depend on depth psychological processes. For practical and self-interested motives to explain the Left¿s takeover, read The Rape of Alma Mater. Tammy Bruce came to maturity in the `80s after the ¿transformation¿ was more or less complete. Although her personal experiences with Leftists are revealing, she unfortunately was not around to see how they got that way. Was it a conspiracy? If ¿conspiracy¿ means something fantastic, then no. It was old-fashion sixties networking. It was practical. It was effective. Finally, there are a lot of website addresses that empower individuals to find information and to take action to win the culture war.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2006

    Where Is Her Respect For Other Individuals?

    I believe America is undergoing a great shift, and that Bruce's main point, that individual American citizens must organize together in order to save what is best about our country, is urgently valid. However, shooting and executing people is not the answer. That shows a profound contempt for other individuals. Would Jesus approve? He (or she) who lives by the sword, dies by the sword. The right to own and carry a gun, the right of woman to a safe abortion, the right to contraception, the right to speak freely, must not be lost. Ever since Constantine merged the persecuted early Christian church with the militaristic Roman Empire, the masses have been led astray. Real Christianity is needed in America, beginning with a deep, committed respect for all individuals. I forsee Americans dividing along this one line--those who will kill other human beings for 'God,' versus those who are willing to die for 'God,' as amply shown by Jesus, rather than force their will on others. The first are like Bruce, all ego led astray. The second are strong enough in their sense of who they are--stronger personalities, not weaker--to be faithful to Jesus Christ all the way. It's called real FAITH. Putting your faith in America is for fools. And that does not mean I hate America. Real Christians in America love America for her freedom of religions as well as her freedom from religion. Respect for all individuals. Religion, historically, has been the cause of so much suffering, fear, repression ,and falsely justified murder. We Americans have the right to defend ourselves from criminals and government state-control types on the left (Communism) or right (Fascism). Bruce is wrong about Hitler and Mussolini. Benito himself said Fascism is more accurately called corporate statism. Il Duce nailed it on the head. Bush is the slave to corporate statism. Corporate cronyism is NOT capitaliism. Capitalism (aka Liberalism) can save America from this Bush/Cheny/DeLay/military-industrial-congressional establishment/Status Quo/ Big Oil regressive BEAST, resistant to INDIVIDUAL innovators. They are the true Group-Thinkers, conformists who are wrecking this nation, bankrupting it. Enslaving our children. This is only one way in which it can be loudly shouted that her opinion of Bush, that he is a good man, is bizarre, and horribly misguided. I can not recommend blind acceptance of her positions to any concerned, thinking American. However, I am glad to see someone so bravely speaking out against the left-right divide, and the assumption that you must choose one or the other. This century is becoming the fight of the INDIVIDUAL CHRISTIAN against Bushism, Islamism, Statism, Conformism, Corporatism. Only individuals insisting on the true benefits of less government and more liberty, of true, enlightened capitalism, true, open, religious freedom, can stop Bush-types and their kind of arrogant hypocritical, religio-militaristic corporation-benefiting contempt for individuals everywhere (not just in America). This is much bigger, and more subtle, than liberals versus conservatives. I hope and pray this helps someone out there remove his/her blinders. Wake up America!

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