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Socialism equals the triumph of corporate criminals

Socialism equals the triumph of corporate criminals

    By Jon Rappoport In several recent articles, I’ve exposed the myth that socialism is a revolution of and for the people. I’ve presented evidence that socialism is actually a movement owned, operated, and funded by ultra-wealthy elites. Dupes, foot soldiers, blind idealists, indoctrinated students, and low-level thugs are recruited through cutouts to serve […]

Exodus

Exodus

  By Richard Colman Leaving one place for another is not new.  About 3,000 years ago, the Jewish people left slavery in Egypt and set forth for the Promised Land.  A book of the Bible is named “Exodus.” There have been other exoduses.  Over last several centuries, millions of people left religious persecution and economic […]

Speculative climate chaos v. indisputable fossil fuel benefits

Speculative climate chaos v. indisputable fossil fuel benefits

  By Paul Driessen and Roger Bezdek Judge William Alsup has a BS in engineering, has written computer programs for his ham radio hobby, delves deeply into the technical aspects of numerous cases before him, and even studied other programming languages for a complex Oracle v. Google lawsuit. As presiding judge in People of the […]

Commentary | No, police can’t lie their way into our homes

Commentary | No, police can’t lie their way into our homes

BY TIMOTHY R. SNOWBALL, ATTORNEY As children we are taught that law enforcement officers are here to help us. After all, who do you call when you need help? The police. But effective policing within communities depends on a relationship of trust between law enforcement and the public. When law enforcement breaks that trust it not only makes […]

Rubio and Warren Join Forces Against Working Folks

Rubio and Warren Join Forces Against Working Folks

  by Thomas L. Knapp In April, a year after its introduction in the US Senate by Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), the US House of Representatives passed the End Banking for Human Traffickers Act, “an act to increase the role of the financial industry in combating human trafficking.” Of four quick and […]

Yes, Virginia, There is a Deep State

Yes, Virginia, There is a Deep State

  by Thomas L. Knapp Since the “Russiagate” probe began, US president Donald Trump and his supporters have used lots of bandwidth raging against what they refer to as the “Deep State.” Does the Deep State exist? If so, what is it, and are its forces arrayed specifically against Donald Trump and  his administration? Yes, […]

All public forums should be open and uncensored

All public forums should be open and uncensored

  By Paul Driessen President Trump may not block even rude or obnoxious criticism from his Twitter account, because it is a public forum that is protected by the First Amendment, US District Court Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald has ruled. The President’s use of his Twitter account to comment on important policy, personnel and personal announcements […]

Limited Government is Desperately Needed

Limited Government is Desperately Needed

  by Richard Colman Does anyone remember Ronald Reagan’s first inaugural address as president, which he gave on January 20, 1981? For those who may have forgotten what Reagan said, here are some quotations: “It is no coincidence that our present troubles parallel and are proportionate to the intervention and intrusion in our lives that result […]

Missing Children: The Pottery Barn Rule Revisited

Missing Children: The Pottery Barn Rule Revisited

  by Thomas L. Knapp If one in five American parents couldn’t figure out where their kids were, most people would rightly see the phenomenon as a crisis and a national scandal. Grandstanding prosecutors with visions of gubernatorial campaigns dancing in their heads would conduct mass parental perp walks. Legislators would boost their presidential aspirations […]

Election 2018: Make Gridlock Great Again?

Election 2018: Make Gridlock Great Again?

  by Thomas L. Knapp “Gridlock is great,” wrote the late William Safire. “My motto is, ‘Don’t just do something. Stand there.’” Well, maybe he wrote that. The quote is plastered across numerous web sites with attribution to Safire, but I’ve yet to find one that cites any of his numerous books or columns as […]