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De-coding Globalist Speak

De-coding Globalist Speak

  By Jon Rappoport What Globalists say; what they really mean (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.) What Globalists say; what they really mean By Jon Rappoport “[The] nation state as a fundamental unit of man’s organized life has ceased to be the principal creative force. International banks and multinational corporations are acting […]

Have Mueller and Rosenstein Finally Gone Too Far?

Have Mueller and Rosenstein Finally Gone Too Far?

  by Thomas L. Knapp Friday the 13th is presumably always someone’s unlucky day. Just whose may not be obvious at the time, but I suspect that “Russiagate” special counsel Robert Mueller and Deputy US Attorney General Rod Rosenstein already regret picking Friday, July 13 to announce the indictments of 12 Russian intelligence officers on […]

Commentary | Vince Lombardi and California Republican Politics

Commentary | Vince Lombardi and California Republican Politics

  By Richard Colman   Do you Remember Vince Lombardi, the great football coach? Lombardi once said:  “Winning isn’t the thing; winning is the only thing.” Lombardi was not a philosopher, but he did have a great philosophy. When a business has a product that doesn’t sell, the firm can drop the product or make […]

News Commentary | Government Grants, Bribery, And Public Debt

News Commentary | Government Grants, Bribery, And Public Debt

  By Richard Colman Government grants of funds can be considered a form a bribery or government control (or both).   Such bribery is especially true if grants come from the federal government, a state government, or a regional government. Suppose the federal government thinks local governments should have more bicycle pathways and offers a local […]

The New Normal: Our Evil Gift to A Generation Which Didn’t Deserve It

The New Normal: Our Evil Gift to A Generation Which Didn’t Deserve It

  by Thomas L. Knapp “Nothing,” economist Milton Friedman once observed, “is so permanent as a temporary government program.” And nothing makes a government’s programs — or, more importantly, changes in its core values — more permanent than the loss of collective memory that comes with generational changes. We’re hitting a big one soon. It […]

Why School Vouchers Are A Terrible Idea

Why School Vouchers Are A Terrible Idea

  by Thomas L. Knapp For nearly four decades, since the Reagan administration, some among America’s “school choice” movement have advocated for the use of “voucher” systems to give parents more control over their children’s education. Various jurisdictions around the country have implemented the concept, with varying (and much-debated) results. Most opposition to vouchers comes, […]

Peter Strzok’s Congressional Hearing was a Disaster — FOR HIM

Peter Strzok’s Congressional Hearing was a Disaster  — FOR HIM

  Anders Hagstrom | Justice Reporter      FBI agent Peter Strzok testified before Congress Thursday and tried to explain the hundreds of anti-Trump text messages he sent while investigating the president. In The Daily Caller News Foundation’s fact check videos, Anders Hagstrom highlights claims from politicians and the media alike, setting the record […]

President Trump, Please Free Ross Ulbricht

President Trump, Please Free Ross Ulbricht

  by Thomas L. Knapp Say what you will about President Donald J. Trump — his politics, his policies, his business dealings, his personal peccadilloes — the man  demonstrated possession of a heart when he commuted the sentence of grandmother Alice Johnson 21 years into her life term for non-violent drug offenses. He’s asked protesting […]

Helsinki: How about a Fresh START?

Helsinki: How about a Fresh START?

  by Thomas L. Knapp As US President Donald Trump heads to Helsinki for a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Trump’s critics continue to inveigh against what they consider an illicitly close relationship between the two, a perspective stemming from the “Russiagate” scandal drummed up by supporters of Hillary Clinton to explain her defeat […]

Multilateral Anti-Development Banks

Multilateral Anti-Development Banks

  By Paul Driessen and David Wojick USA finances prolonged poverty, misery, disease, and death through international banks “Foreign Operations” appropriation bills now working their way through Congress supposedly provide funding to “advance U.S. diplomatic priorities overseas,” “increase global security,” and continue “life-saving global health and humanitarian assistance programs for the world’s most vulnerable populations.” […]

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