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Richard Ebeling looks back at the last 30 years in Amerika.

Joshua Cho: No. 1 sponsor of terrorism? U.S. media name Iran, but overlook a candidate closer to home.

Matthew Ehret: Neo-McCarthyite witch hunters hypocritically mourn the death of Kirk Douglas.

Caitlin Johnstone: Trump supporters are George W. Bush supporters LARPing as Ron Paul supporters.

Becky Akers on the government Thieves and Sexual Assailants.

John Whitehead: How young girls are being groomed by sexual predators.

Jacob Hornberger: Socialism in education.

Dr. Joseph Mercola asks, Will Google’s social credit system determine your future?

Aaron Kesel on India and U.K. laws ordering social media companies to disclose user identities.

Jacob Sullum: FBI agents put innocent men on “No Fly List” to punish them for not being informants.

Jon Rappoport: CDC begins testing Americans for the Coronavirus — but how?

Dmitry Orlov: A most convenient virus.

Sheldon Richman: Anti-BDS laws violate our freedom.

The Rutherford Institute fights against a law criminalizing speech that “encourages” immigrants to remain in the country, saying the law is so broad that it could be used to punish anti-government speech.

Jonathan Turley: Juror 1261 in Roger Stone’s case: was justice undone?

Ron Paul: Democrats ignore Trump’s real violations.

Aaron Maté: New leaks shatter OPCW’s attacks on Douma whistleblowers.

Ray McGovern: German TV exposes the lies that entrapped Julian Assange.

Zero Hedge asks, Why did Twitter just “lockdown” WikiLeaks account?

Laurence Vance on Citizens United revisited, and free expression and property rights.

Robert Murphy: The theory and brief history of money and banking.

Kelley Vlahos: West Point prof pens blistering takedown of U.S. military academies.

Pat Buchanan: If Duterte wants us out, let’s go.

Tom Engelhardt: War Addicts, Inc.

Gary Barnett: Conscription is slavery: I know because I was drafted.

Michael Rozeff on the corrupt Andrew McCabe.

Dom Armentano asks, Are rising ocean levels an existential threat?

And Paul Craig Roberts: PBS assaults white Americans.

News and Commentary

Jon Rappoport has some good news on the mandatory vaccine issue in South Dakota.

Doug Casey with advice on how to survive the “deep state.”

Daniel McAdams says the Koch-Soros Quincy Project is a train wreck of neocon and “humanitarian” interventionists.

Sam Jacobs asks, How did Pete Buttigieg end up in the military without going through basic training?

Judge Napolitano with a primer on domestic spying.

And Martin Capages says that climate change is not a problem, unless we make it one.

Who Will Win the Super Bowl? Who Cares?

Who will win the Super Bowl? I couldn’t care less. I hate football. It’s a bunch of grown men running into each other and bashing their heads together and giving each other concussions and suing the NFL because they don’t want to take responsibility for their decision to bash their heads together and give each other concussions. Yep.

But who should win the Super Bowl? Well, it definitely shouldn’t be the San Francisco 49ers! San Francisco does not deserve to win ANY championships unless and until the people there clean up their mess!

Why can’t they seem to do anything about the piles and piles of human feces all over the streets and sidewalks, and dirty needles left about by drug addicts? And the huge homeless problem as well.

It is now a disgusting city. Entire conventions are being cancelled because of this, and it is costing the hotel and hospitality industries a lot of money. San Francisco needs to clean up! As Michael Savage would call it, “San Fransicko.”

So, I hope they lose the Super Bowl. They don’t deserve it.

Now, why aren’t two of the most powerful and influential politicians from San Francisco, Sen. Dianne Feinstein and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, doing anything about their city? Are they even aware of the problem? Do they ever go there? They could even consider spending some of their own wealth on cleaning up the city (I know, that’s probably an extremely foreign concept to the two of them, those statist parasites). Nancy Pelosi $120 million and Dianne Feinstein $94 million. Doh!

By the way, Target Liberty has a post on a gay, drag queen conservative activist named Lady Maga getting assaulted in San Francisco while participating in a trash clean-up event. (I think the assailants are doing that more because of the guy’s being conservative or a Trump supporter, not because he’s helping to clean up the streets.)

More News and Commentary

Jacob Hornberger discusses the failure of impeachment regime change.

John Whitehead on the tyranny of the police state disguised as law and order.

Brittany Hunter on home equity theft.

Laurence Vance on the “Green New Deal,” and says that Americans didn’t need the original New Deal in the first place.

Nicholas West says the military will use facial recognition goggles to help soldiers identify people through weapons systems.

Dave DeCamp says that U.S. sanctions are still strangling Venezuela.

And Kerry McDonald on a new Harvard study showing the dangers of early school enrollment.

Bureaucrats Uneasy Over Cryptocurrencies

Monetary central planning bureaucrats all over the world including U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin are getting more paranoid over the popularity of cryptocurrencies.

Mnuchin held a press conference this week and made it perfectly clear that the gubmint will not tolerate people trying to keep their financial activities anonymous. And he doesn’t like the new proposed Facebook digital currency “Libra.”

Government bureaucrats can’t stand the idea of not being able to track the people’s activities, especially their financial activities. Control is very important to control freaks.

Besides control and tracking, the government’s monopoly over money, easy money and easy credit, is their way to legally and stealthily steal from the people or parasite off them. So this reminded me of Hans-Hermann Hoppe’s article on why the State demands control of money, which I very much recommend.

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Donald Boudreaux on immigration and the many ways in which a nation is not a house.

Thomas DiLorenzo explains why male soccer players make more than female soccer players.

Scott Horton on fighting the last war.

Charles Burris on slavery reparations.

Frank Shostak asks, When will the stock market respond to 2016’s liquidity collapse?

Lance Roberts on Judy Shelton, the Fed, and the realization of a liquidity trap.

And Jeff Tucker on the magic of Tanglewood and its astonishing success.