Domenic Gelsomino

Domenic Gelsomino (@ChrmnDomG) joins TheCollegeConservative as the Chairman for the Idaho Federation of College Republicans.  A Political Science major at Boise State University, Gelsomino was a contributor at The Examiner before leaving to pursue the chair of the IFCR’s.  Domenic Gelsomino is a native of Murrieta, California and currently resides in Boise, Idaho.  He can be reached here.

Domenic on TCC:

12.31.2011 :: Indoctrination Story: A Socialist’s Grasp on History at BSU

11.28.2011 :: The War That Must Be Won

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  1. sue freivald says:

    Bravo! I just read “the war that must be won” on the college conservative and my hope for the future of our country is renewed.

  2. Isn’t Reagan Era indoctrination too? You are younger than me, a bit. So you didn’t grow up in the 1980s. I did. I liked Reagan too. It was the time of movies like Never Ending Story (later people would learn that the characters were not as much carefree as advertised), Spielbergs Goonies and Back to the Future (people weren’t told he’s half a jew), things like MonChiChi play toys (actually Chi Chi means daddy in japanese, but people have learned not all of them are cuddly play toys), then at the end of the 1980s SEGA emerged (in 2001 they closed doors however their marketing videos can be seen on youtube).

    It was in the year 1986 when the Challenger exploded (in January), and Chernobyl melted down end of April. It was Michael Jackson’s big time he wasn’t as much worn down and had not yet been put to court by Chandler. And also 1986 L. Ron Hubbard “discarded the body he used during this lifetime because it had ceased to be useful”.

    And Commodore, which launched the Amiga computer. The biography of this company is maybe one of the most remarkable- it was Irvin Gould who would fund Jack Tramiel (a jewish businessman) to go to Japan actually, and learn about calculators. However this computer series would fail horribly only after a few years, Commodore closed doors in 1994.

    I have read Reagan’s biography. Only one half of it. Wasn’t he more kind of a puppet emperor, obsessed with SDI, which luckily was never realized? Sure the Commodore saga wasn’t state run like it would have been in “socialist” states.

    I also have read some materials authored by marxist, such as “The Capital”. It is horribly outdated, contains some interesting points, but then at the end only lists up boring banking details. It seems to be Marx had insider knowledge of 19th century banking pretty much.

    In my opinion, both capitalism and socialism have failed, and are not an answer anymore to our economy situation.

    Reagan’s world is no match anymore for our society that now has access to the internet. To some degree it gained momentum from the cold war, if there was any problem it was hushed up and it was argued that the problems are caused by “the enemy”, means most likely the Russians. Pretty much the communists were a scapegoat for everything, actually plain evil their only intention would be to destroy our “perfect world” SDI capitalism. Indeed soon people would learn it wasn’t so perfect, actually.

    My blog is http://hitechworld.org/stoprisk

    Why put so much weight, on Marx, the 1980s as such are interesting enough on their own. Sure the topics I mentioned would be interesting to become picked up by your “socialist” professor.

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