Rush’s First 35 Undeniable Truths of Life
#1: The greatest threat to humanity lies in the nuclear arsenal of the USSR.
#2: The greatest threat to humanity lies in the USSR.
#3: Peace does not mean the elimination of nuclear weapons.
#4: Peace does not mean the absence of war.
#5: War is not obsolete.
#6: Ours is a world governed by the aggressive use of force.
#7: There is only one way to get rid of nuclear weapons – use them.
#8: Peace can’t be achieved by “developing an understanding” with the Russian people.
#9: When Americans oppose America, it is not always courageous and sacred; it is sometimes dangerous.
#10: Communism Kills.
#11: Neither the U.S. nor anyone, imposes freedom on peoples of other nations.
#12: Freedom is God given.
#13: In the USSR, peace means the absence of opposition.
#14: To free peoples, peace means the absence of threats and the presence of justice.
#15: The Peace Movement in the U.S. – whether by accident or design – is pro-Communist.
#16: The collective knowledge and wisdom of seasoned citizens is the most valuable – yet untapped – resource our young-people have.
#17: The greatest football team in the history of civilization is the Pittsburgh Steelers of 1975-1980.
#18: There is no such thing as war atrocities.
#19: There are no such things as “war atrocities.” War itself is an atrocity.
#20: There is a God.
#21: Abortion is wrong.
#22: Morality is not defined and cannot be defined by individual choice.
#23: Evolution cannot explain Creation.
#24: Feminism was established so as to allow unattractive women access to the mainstream of society.
#25: Love is the only human emotion that cannot be controlled.
#26: The only difference between Mikhail Gorbachev and previous Soviet leaders, is that Gorbachev is alive.
#27: Soviet Leaders are just left-wing dictators.
#28: Abe Lincoln saved this nation.
#29: The L.A. Raiders will never be the team that they were when they called Oakland home.
#30: The U.S. will again go to war.
#31: To more and more people, a victorious U.S. is a sinful U.S.
#32: This is frightening and ominous.
#33: There will always be poor people.
#34: This is not the fault of the rich.
#35: You should thank God for making you an American; and instead of feeling guilty about it, help spread our ideas worldwide.