Messaging the Left: We can win this

Messaging, its where we lose the battle on the Left. It is critical. For visual artists, like myself, I think of the nation as a color made up of millions of points. It is messaging which begins to change the common color of red towards purple and then to blue, where the true promise of the constitution, and the ture spirit of all the world’s religious ideals are realized: Liberty, true freedom, economies and government that champion individual rights, responsibly stewards the environment and realizes the truly equal and humane dispensation of justice.

Each week on the Revolution and Beer show( Saturday’s, 11am in Chicago on www,, Que4 Radio, AM1680) we hold a roundtable discussion of the week’s and the progressive movement’s top issues to help forge strong, succinct messaging on those issues.

Our aim is not to trick you into believing or accepting our point of view, as the Right does. They employ guilt through the misrepresentation of religion, which they pick and choose from, or in blinding arguments with fear and hysteria. On the Left, those better argument are too often eclipsed by the slick and polished messaging on the Right, all of it designed to protect the wealthy and powerful. Our aim is to combat that message, because at its core, progressive and Liberal ideas better address those critical issues of human rights, dignity, true liberty and equality.

So join us. Join in the conversation. Call in or come in. Where else in any media has there ever been such a bold and audacious invitation? But the airwaves are the people’s. they were meant for the people, until corporations and the powerful stole them to trick your better and deeper sensibilities. It is time to begin taking them back.

This week we’ll cover:

The boy in the suitcase, and the lies the Right tells about capitalism lifting the world from poverty.
Rahm’s cozy relationship with Rauner
Islam and Pamela Geller’s personal religious war
Does race matter with roadside panhandlers?
The Right says marriage between man and woman is best. What is the parents are ISIS?
Dems or the Right responsible for Urban strife and decay. You won’t hear the answer on CNN.
Taken 3 is out on video. Find out how that relates to Baltimore.
A disappearing industry intends to grab $1.6 billion of your cash on the way out.
Gas prices are up.
Rauner’s day of Infamy
Weather channel: Porn for nerds?

Listen Saturday’s from 11am-1pm to WC Turck, Brian Murray and guests on Chicago’s real alternative media, AM1680, Q4 radio, streaming at
CAM00236WC Turck is an author, artist, playwright and talk radio host in Chicago. He has been called the most dangerous voice on the Left. His new book “A Tragic Fate: is an unflinching look at the events leading up to the shooting down of Malaysia Air Flight 17.” His first novel, “Broken” was recommended by NAMI for its treatment of PTSD. In 2006 he published “Everything for Love,” a memoir of his experiences during the siege of Sarajevo. He wrote and produced two critically acclaimed plays, “Occupy my Heart” and “The People’s Republic of Edward Snowden.” He works with the homeless and foreclosure victims in Chicago. He partners in a weekly radio show dedicated to issues, society and politics with cohost, activist and artist Brian Murray For more information, past shows, videos and articles, visit

The Illinois Policy Institute (IPI) is a conservative think tank with offices in Chicago and Springfield, Illinois, and member of the State Policy Network. IPI is a member of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) as of 2011. IPI is also a member of ALEC’s Health and Human Services Task Force and Education Task Force. Senior Budget and Tax Policy Analyst, Amanda Griffin-Johnson, presented model legislation (the “State Employee Health Savings Account Act”) to the HHS task force at ALEC’s 2011 annual meeting.[4] Collin Hitt, Director of Education Policy, is a private sector member of the Education Task Force representing IPI. He sponsored the “Local Government Transparency Act” at the ALEC 2011 States and Nation Policy Summit. In its 2006 annual report the Cato Institute states that it made a grant of $50,000 to the Illinois Policy Institute. The Cato Institute is a libertarian think tank founded by Charles G. Koch and funded by the Koch brothers.

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