Cass Sunstein, Obama's regulatory czar gave a lecture the other day at NYU Law School in NYC wherein Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange, a Progressive entity, approached Sunstein and while I have no stomach for Progressives or their ideology, credit must be given where credit is due. Rudkowski called Sunstein to task on a paper co-authored by Sunstein back in 2008 entitled "Conspiracy Theories" in which Sunstein called for cognitive infiltration of conspiracy groups by the government.
As you will see in the following video, a clearly uncomfortable Sunstein slithers about refusing to give Rudkowski a straight answer just long enough to duck into a NYC taxi.
Rudkowski to his benefit is not grasping at straws here.
Dr. Cass Sunstein wants to turn off the lights (Prison Planet, May 21, 2010)
"...What’s more Sunstein wants to 'legally force' Americans 'to do what’s best for our society' and water down their free speech (granted by the US Constitution), by mandating websites with pop-up links to opposing government propaganda be 'forcibly included on political blogs.' Could we have such pop-ups when the President is speaking, Henry Kissinger, Bibi Netanyahu, AIPAC, Larry Silverstein, NIST, Fox News, Lloyd Blankfein?
...Obama, agrees with Sunstein and has knighted him 'Head of Information Technology in the White House for ‘Conspiracy Theories,’ i.e. any political thought that doesn’t regurgitate establishment views, like Obama’s ties to the CIA at Columbia University and after. Those who talk truth to power will be taxed or banned...
...Sunstein adds to his hit list that believing 'global warming is a deliberate fraud' is another theory government censorship should stomp its black boot on. Frankly, whether you or I believe in global warming or not is our business and constitutional right, and not his. Sunstein calls 'false and dangerous' the idea that exposure to sunlight is healthy, despite certain medical experts that agree prolonged exposure reduces risk of developing certain cancers. Again, whether it does or doesn’t is a matter for open discussion in a democratic society. Choices of credence should be made by individual physicians and lay people according to their patients and health...."