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Separation of Church and State: Constitutional Policy in Conflict
Unformatted Document Text:  Separation of Church and State: Constitutional Policy in Conflict 24 Strauss further taught and wrote about the sometime necessity of “noble lies,” and that an “Authority” should act as a wise tyrant to implement noble lies, especially when secrecy is necessary. These Machiavellian nuances were taught by Strauss to his students, including to students who received their political science education at the University of Chicago even after Strauss left the Political Science Department in 1968 (Boyle 2003; Drury 1999, 11-106). The Straussians, or Neo-cons, also follow the Simon Plan exactly, by making sure their message was infiltrated into universities, they created their own think-tanks, e.g. Heritage Foundation, American Enterprise Institute, Project for a New American Century (PNAC), and by partaking in the John M. Olin Foundation, and establishing their own publications, i.e. The Weekly Standard, and their own Rightwing Media [Fox News and Murdock affiliates] with messengers who spread the message exactly each day to the public on responsible moral behavior, taking aggressive foreign policy, deletion of liberal hedonism, and promoting American domination of world resources (Cocozzelli 2007; Yurica 2004; http://www.questia.com/library/communication/rupert-murdoch.jsp ; http://rightweb.irc-online.org/profile/1254 ). Relevant to Michael Ledeen: Ledeen was former Senior Fellow with the Center for Strategic and International Studies and counselor to the National Security Council and special counselor to former Secretary of State Alexander Haig in 1985. He also has had close ties to Reconstructionist ideologue Pat Roberson from the early 1980s, and Ledeen believes that violence in the service of the spread of democracy is an “American Manifest Destiny" ( http://www.yuricareport.com/Dominionism/MichaelLedeen.html 2005; Yurica 2004). As well, during the period that Leo Strauss taught at the University of Chicago, Rousas John Rushdoony [born into Calvinism, then later became a Presbyterian minister] founded the Chalcedon Foundation in 1965 ( http://www.chalcedon.edu/articles/article.php?ArticleID=347 ).

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Separation of Church and State: Constitutional Policy in Conflict 24
Strauss further taught and wrote about the sometime necessity of “noble lies,” and that an
“Authority” should act as a wise tyrant to implement noble lies, especially when secrecy is
necessary.
These Machiavellian nuances were taught by Strauss to his students, including to
students who received their political science education at the University of Chicago even after
Strauss left the Political Science Department in 1968
(Boyle 2003; Drury 1999, 11-106).
The Straussians, or Neo-cons, also follow the Simon Plan exactly, by making sure their message
was infiltrated into universities, they created their own think-tanks, e.g. Heritage Foundation,
American Enterprise Institute, Project for a New American Century (PNAC), and by partaking in the
John M. Olin Foundation, and establishing their own publications, i.e. The Weekly Standard, and
their own Rightwing Media [Fox News and Murdock affiliates] with messengers who spread the
message exactly each day to the public on responsible moral behavior, taking aggressive foreign
policy, deletion of liberal hedonism, and promoting American domination of world resources
(Cocozzelli 2007; Yurica 2004;
http://www.questia.com/library/communication/rupert-murdoch.jsp
;
http://rightweb.irc-online.org/profile/1254
).
Relevant to Michael Ledeen: Ledeen was former Senior Fellow with the Center for Strategic
and International Studies and counselor to the National Security Council and special counselor to
former Secretary of State Alexander Haig in 1985. He also has had close ties to Reconstructionist
ideologue Pat Roberson from the early 1980s, and Ledeen believes that violence in the service of the
spread of democracy is an “American Manifest Destiny"
(
http://www.yuricareport.com/Dominionism/MichaelLedeen.html
2005; Yurica 2004).
As well, during the period that Leo Strauss taught at the University of Chicago, Rousas John
Rushdoony [born into Calvinism, then later became a Presbyterian minister] founded the Chalcedon
Foundation in 1965 (
http://www.chalcedon.edu/articles/article.php?ArticleID=347
).


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