Larken Rose writes: We are many, they are few: the Tiny Dot explained.
Jon Rappoport with the secret behind fake bipolar disease in children.
Activist Post with an article on dishonest, criminal border patrol agents following Spanish-speaking people and attempting to entrap them.
Kevin Gosztola with an article on journalists who visited Julian Assange targeted by company spying on CIA’s behalf.
Lawrence Reed says, About that Che T-shirt…
Ryan McMaken says that taking a stand for “the people” usually means hurting actual people.
Barbara Boland imagines a Pence presidency: “Onward Christian Soldier.”
Matt Taibbi says the Ukrainegate “whistleblower” probably isn’t.
Bob Murphy has some tough questions for conservatives. (audio)
Joy Pullmann with an article on LGBT infiltration of school curricula.
Daniel Lacalle says that socialism is the greatest threat to the environment.
Former CIA officer Kevin Shipp says the Trump impeachment fiasco is like a KGB op, and he predicts that John Brennan will rat on Comey, Clapper, Obama, and all the rest.
Jacob Hornberger on the CIA versus Donald J. Trump.
Barry Brownstein on how to overcome your digital addiction.
Charles Burris on Google’s banning the Confederate flag while celebrating communists.
Retired NYPD officer John Baeza says that Gilligan’s Island may be the answer to police brutality.
Patrick Cockburn says the death toll in Iraq soars as pro-Iran gunmen “shooting protesters.”
The Hill with an article on a court ruling that FBI surveillance violated Americans’ rights.
Jonathan Turley on NBA defending China authoritarians and not the Hong Kong protesters.
Laurence Vance with the letter that CEOs ought to be writing
Walter Williams on idiotic environmental predictions.
And Whitney Webb discusses apparent Mossad foreknowledge of 9/11 attacks.