I'm sure most people who read this blog have missed this, but Fox News' Brit Hume has been doing a six-part series "documenting" the history of the conservative movement in America. The segments featured here include the tale of the first Laffer Curve being drawn on an expensive dinner napkin, Phyllis Schlafly's effort to help conservatives get elected by taking woman's movement backwards and how Ronnie Ray-gun inspired Rush Limbaugh as one of our first right-wing hate talkers.
The segments featured here are from Part 3, but if you're a real glutton for punishment you can go watch the rest on Fox's web site. The series illustrates one thing pretty clearly and that is there isn't an ounce of difference between the conservatives featured in their "documentary" and these supposed "Tea Partiers" of today. They're all just the far right wing of the Republican Party.
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