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Johan Norberg: Despite coronavirus, Sweden refuses to shutter businesses and limit gatherings.

Roger Roots: A death sentence, for your own protection.

John Tamny: The unthinkable cruelty and inhumanity of the coerced shutdown.

Brian Shilhavy: Stop the fear-mongering! 12 medical scientists speak out on COVID-19 responses.

Thomas DiLorenzo asks, Where did all the communists go after 1989?

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny: Coronavirus: How soon we forget. Same playbook, different virus.

Lyn Redwood and Mary Holland: Dr. Fauci and COVID-19 priorities: therapeutics now or vaccines later?

Whitney Webb: Coronavirus: What Newsweek failed to mention about “continuity of government.”

Daisy Luther: “Travel papers” and the Pandemic Patriot Act 2.0

MassPrivateI: Facial recognition companies profit from COVID-19 by adding thermal imaging.

Daily Wire: British government lowered its estimate of severity of coronavirus last week.

Jacob Hornberger: Meanwhile, Trump is wreaking death and destruction in Somalia.

Politico: DOJ seeks new emergency powers amid coronavirus pandemic.

Last Refuge: Michigan Democrat Gov. Whitmer threatens licenses of doctors and pharmacists who prescribe Hydroxychloroquine to treat coronavirus.

Becky Akers: An open letter regarding closed churches.

Matt Agorist: As 911 gets calls for coughing neighbors, hotline allows people to snitch to government during outbreak.

Barbara Loe Fisher: The national plan to vaccinate every American.

Ron Paul: Like freedom? Then you won’t like the FREEDOM Act.

Robert Wenzel: Democrats are attempting to use the coronavirus panic as an opportunity to create a digital dollar and accompanying digital wallet for every American.

Bill Sardi: The current coronavirus pandemic is likely caused by more than one pathogen, and there is a missing antidote.

Richard Ebeling: Leaving people alone is the best way to beat the coronavirus.

John Vibes: Police in California plan to use drones to enforce quarantine lockdown.

Antony Mueller: Disease is bad. Government-forced shutdowns are often worse.

And Jon Miltimore: Panic has led to government “cures” that are worse than the disease, history shows.

News and Commentary

Jeff Tucker asks, Why the draconian response to COVID-19?

Alan Reynolds: COVID-19 deaths and incredible WHO estimates.

Robert Wenzel on whether or not we should panic.

Jon Rappoport: Vimeo censors my interview, in which Catherine Austin Fitts and I discuss coronavirus and vaccines

Larry Romanoff asks, Why is the U.S. apparently not testing for the COVID-19 coronavirus? and, Did the virus originate in the U.S.?

Dr. Mercola: Former CDC head cashes in on Merck stock.

Donald Boudreax: Price gouging in desperate situations.

Laurence Vance: In defense of price gouging.

Judge Andrew Napolitano says, Repeal the Patriot Act.

Chris Calton: Joe Biden, father of the drug war’s asset forfeiture program.

Becky Akers discusses bans on plastic bags: The useless ban the useful.

John Horgan: The cancer industry: hype vs. reality.

Joe Martino: CDC admits in federal court they have no evidence “vaccines don’t cause autism.”

James Delingpole: Wikipedia airbrushes list of climate skeptic scientists out of history.

Paul Craig Roberts: The consequences of identity politics.

Ron Paul: Central banking is socialism.

Jacob Hornberger: End the Fed.

Brian Balfour: Central planning, the true economic chaos.

Sheldon Richman: Democracy can’t fix socialism.

José Niño: The IRS’s history of attacking political dissenters and opponents.

Richard Ebeling: Liberalism should reject welfare statism.

James Bovard: U.S. foreign policy perpetual perfidy.

And Matt Agorist: Journalist’s home raided and he was kidnapped because he refused to name a source.

News and Commentary

Zero Hedge with an article on Zero Hedge suspended by Twitter, who apparently doesn’t believe in scientific inquiry.

Conor Friedersdorf: The torturers wanted to stop, but the CIA kept going.

Ron Paul: A million Iraqis asked us to leave. We should listen.

Robert Wenzel comments on Bernie Sanders’s socialist programs.

Brandon Smith: How viral pandemic benefits the globalist agenda.

Jon Rappoport on the Church of the Virus, and the China epidemic — implications for America and other countries.

Bill Sardi: The 2020 Coronavirus scare: better than any horror movie.

Alex Rubinstein and Max Blumenthal: Woke wonk Elizabeth Warren’s foreign policy team is stacked with pro-war swamp creatures.

Kevin Gosztola: To rig primary against Bernie, DNC chair Tom Perez nominates regime-change agents, Israel lobbyists, and Wall Street consultants.

Walter Williams on democracy and tyranny.

Moon of Alabama: The war in Afghanistan expands on both sides.

Jacob Hornberger: An unusual lawsuit against Iran.

Doug Bandow: Trump ignores the Saudis’ awful record on religious freedom.

MassPrivateI: Secret Service agents and U.S. Marshals are patrolling the schools.

Jeremy Kuzmarov: Truth a major casualty of the impeachment hearings.

Gateway Pundit: Exclusive: Christopher Wray’s FBI caught in another lie and cover-up — FBI emails on Seth Rich uncovered, and on a dark and dirty FBI agent still being protected by the FBI.

Chris Menahan: U.S. Army funds “Fully Automated Microaggression Detector” to “catch implicit bias” in the workplace.

Sheldon Richman: Trump lays an egg: The Israel/Palestine vision.

Daniel Lazare: Holocaust hypocrisy: Hawks use legacy of Auschwitz to push war.

Jonathan Cook: The Holocaust, BBC and anti-Semitism smears.

Eric Margolis on the Trump-Bibi grand theft property.

Richard Ebeling: FDR and Stalin planned the future of the world.

Laurence Vance on discrimination insanity.

And Alex Nowrasteh: There is no national security justification for Trump’s new immigration ban.

News and Commentary

Jacob Hornberger explains the cause of America’s dysfunctionality, and comments on The Donald’s recent assassination of an Iranian general sans due process.

Lawrence Reed: The Palmer Raids, America’s forgotten reign of terror.

Caitlin Johnstone: “We do not seek war,” says President who just started a war.

Craig Murray: The USA doubles down on its Saudi allegiance, and  The terrifying rise of the zombie state narrative.

Zero Hedge: UCLA professor comes clean on the diversity delusion.

Whitney Webb: Former spy details Israel’s main motive behind Epstein’s sexual blackmail operation.

Mac Slavo: Police state cops used a loophole to steal millions from people who committed no crime.

And Ryan McMaken: 2019 was a bad year for the “only cops should have guns” narrative.

News and Commentary

Sharyl Attkisson discusses 6 ways we were blind to screaming red flags about government surveillance.

Charles Burris says, Welcome to the digital gulag of algorithmic repression.

Truthstream Media asks, What’s your social credit score? (video)

The Intercept describes how the U.S. government has been terrorizing and murdering innocents overseas.

Jack Hunter asks, Would Lindsey Graham have sent Richard Jewell to Gitmo?

Frank Furedi: In 2020, we need to fight the new thought police.

Daily Wire: J.K. Rowling stands up to the fascists of GLAAD.

Thomas DiLorenzo on Pope Francis’s real faith.

Don Boudreaux comments on NPR’s ignorant discussion on climate change.

Morgan Artyukhina analyzes social media and social control: how Silicon Valley serves the U.S. State Department.

Robert Wenzel: The real policy agenda of the new Nobel Prize laureates in economics, and Thanks, California lefties, California sports bloggers lose their jobs.

Mac Slavo: Invisible ink tattoos could be used by the elites to identify unvaccinated kids.

Tim Carney: Corporate welfare for China, a swampy Trump-era tale.

Richard Ebeling on the perils and pitfalls of political paternalism.

Daisy Luther on Washington’s Afghanistan lies and now spending more on the same thing.

David Gordon on why Marx was against individual rights.

And John Stossel says, Give, don’t govern.

More News and Commentary

Jacob Hornberger: Pardon Assange and Snowden.

Ron Paul: Afghanistan War: the crime of the century.

Edward Hasbrouck: Bill introduced in Congress to end draft registration.

Caitlin Johnstone: How the MSM lies even when telling the truth.

Sharyl Attkisson: 107 media mistakes in the Trump era (updated).

Shane Trejo: Facebook bans top independent journalist from exposing YouTube censorship.

Didi Rankovic: 2019 was a low point for YouTube and demoralizing for creators and the community (linked from previous article).

Jenny Jane: School “quiet rooms”: solitary confinement for children.

Dorothy Cummings McLean: ‘Medical scandal,’ UK doctors break silence on treatment of gender-confused kids

Walter Williams: Your sex is not optional.

Robert Wenzel: Don’t get too excited about the matronly looking Klobuchar as a presidential candidate.

Becky Akers: At the intersection of tyranny and dictatorship. Politicians exploit unauthorized immigrants to get more voters, while violating the people’s right to travel.

Jon Rappoport: Interview with a retired vaccine researcher.

And Martin Armstrong: Vaccines and corruption.

Kangaroo Impeachment Hearings in Soviet Amerika

The swamp creatures who attach themselves like barnacles to the Washington spigot cannot tolerate anyone overly critical of the D.C. swamp, and certainly not someone who promises to “Drain the Swamp.” So, this is why the elite establishment have been on a fanatical crusade to get rid of Donald Trump, any which way they can (even though he is one of them as far as I’m concerned).

And this involves just making things up, using the unconstitutional FISA spying apparatus, going after Trump’s tax records without any specific wrongdoing to suspect him of, and using a routine phone call with which to impeach him. The swamp creatures will do these things to anyone now in the future who goes against their beloved State.

So now, the Soviet show trial in the Kangaroo Kongress is continuing, with “legal experts” appearing in the House Judiciary Committee. We heard from propagandists otherwise known as “law professors” a.k.a. la-la professors who agree with the mantra repeated over and over and over that Trump violated some law or some constitutional article in his phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

With today’s political correctness newspeak and government police and FBI doing whatever criminal act they want, “law” means whatever any government official says it means at any particular time.

Propagandists like the la-la professors Pamela Karlan and Noah Feldman slobberingly repeated the mantra of “Trump-phone-call-treason-guilty-GUILTY!!” over and over and over like the government groupies of the mainstream media so that more people will believe the lies.

We hear propaganda more and more every day, it seems. Not just with “Trump-Russia-Collusions” and now “Trump-Ukraine-Blackmail,” but in other crusades such as the vaccine crusade and the climate change crusade. “That’s been debunked,” and “the science is settled,” and all that crap. But I digress.

So, either those “professors” know that Trump’s phone call with the Ukrainian president was legal based on the 1961 Foreign Assistance Act and its amendments and are merely acting as government propagandists, or they don’t know the law, in which case they are ignoramuses.

Anyway, the law on foreign aid is irrelevant, because the U.S. government and its Presidents have not been following it. As James Bovard wrote recently, foreign aid makes corrupt countries more corrupt.

So “Professor” Karlan, the self-described “snarky, bisexual Jewish woman” who spoke exploitatively of Trump’s 13-year-old son Barron, has squandered thousands of dollars of her own money on political campaigns of the lying fraudsters Elizabeth Warren, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, so, should we really trust Snarky’s judgment as far as what is legal or constitutional and what isn’t?

Another “constitutional expert” at the impeachment hearing was la-la professor Noah Feldman, a Harvard professor (that doesn’t really mean anything anymore). So Marty Feldman, I mean, Noah Feldman, who is now on record as acting in cahoots with Mark Zuckerberg to censor conservatives and Trump supporters from Fakebook, was an adjunct senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, a CIA-associated group. So, this is yet another “liberal” combined with being associated with the CIA, just like John Brennan. Hooray!

You’ve probably heard about this on radio ditto-head shows, but Feldman has written favorably about Islamic Sharia law, including in his 2008 Council on Foreign Relations-associated book, The Fall and Rise of the Islamic State. In an op-ed, he wrote, “Today, when we invoke the harsh punishments prescribed by Shariah for a handful of offenses, we rarely acknowledge the high standards of proof necessary for their implementation.” Huh? (What planet is this guy on?)

In fact, another witness at this week’s kangaroo impeachment show trial, Professor Jonathan Turley, has repeatedly written extensive criticisms of the Islamic punishments of Sharia law in Saudi Arabia, Iran and elsewhere. What is wrong with this Feldman guy?

But guess what? House Speaker Pelosi is now admitting that this whole impeachment show trial is not about a phone call or about Ukraine, but about Russia. They are still obsessed with falsely imprisoning Trump based on cahooting with Russia, which Trump was totally exonerated of by the two-year Mueller investigation.

Nancy says, “All roads lead to Putin.” And that’s that.

It is ironic that Nancy Pelosi is lecturing reporter James Rosen about the Constitution, given her fellow Democrat Barack Obama’s going after Rosen just like all the other journalists Obama tyrannized during his regime. So, the swamp creatures go after those who try to expose their slimy disgusting rottenness, I think.

Does Pelosi really believe this Russia crap? She and her swamp creature fellows just want to exact revenge on Trump for not only daring to promise to “Drain the Swamp,” but for actually winning the 2016 election and beating Hillary Rotten Clinton, the one who “rightfully deserves to be the first woman President,” etc., etc., etc.

And much of this is about the Supreme Court as well. The abortion fanatics see that as their protector, protecting their “rite of passage” that women must exercise (the rite of killing their offspring, that is). And they’re getting especially worried now, because it seems that Ruth Bader Ginsburg is in a race to the end with Jimmy Carter. (Maybe those two can enter the Howie Carr Death Pool?)

Anyway, I don’t think I’ve seen a group of people, in Congress, media, Hollywood or the univer$ities and law $chools, as well as the Orwellian and Soviet-like culture in the loony tech world, who are soooo deranged, bananas and off their rockers about Trump and anyone who questions or speaks out against the statist quo and the loony-tunes PC garbage today. The crusaders are totally unhinged now.

And what exactly is causing all this craziness and corruption in Amerika? Government-controlled education? Centralization of power? I have no idea.

Or maybe it’s the birth control pill, that has recently and somewhat recently been found to shrink women’s brains and cause hormonal imbalance, problems with sex drive, mood and aggression. Not only The Pill, but many various pharmaceutical drugs that are really causing a lot of people to act in the bizarre ways we have been seeing. Xanax, Adderall, Ritalin, Zoloft, Luvox, Prozac, statin drugs, and all the rest.

Drugs, processed foods, vaccine adjuvants, not to mention the screen-staring and zombie texting obsessions that many people have now. People are going nuts now.

And also, the identity politics-obsessed reading lists that are being forced on high school students. What a sick, perverted society we are living in now. It’s an “Epstein World” now, unfortunately. And I understand why the disinterest in teaching cursive writing in the schools, but many young people now don’t know something as basic as how to sign their own names. Why aren’t you parents out there teaching your own kids those things? No wonder we have “law professors” who are mainly just ignorant clowns who are looked upon as the greatest thing since wholesome sliced bread, or are just brainwashed shills for the State.

More on Government the Unnecessary Evil and the Police State in USSA

Laurence Vance discusses inessential government workers. (There are “essential” government workers?)

James Bovard on the “officer friendly” police fantasy.

Jacob Hornberger says the Washington Post exemplifies obtuseness on the U.S. “deep state.”

Gary Barnett on the big picture.

And the College Fix with an article on a Columbia professor who fled communism now saying the university is going communist.

News and Commentary

John Whitehead comments on a new kind of tyranny: the global state’s war on those who speak truth to power.

Ron Paul analyzes the Trump administration’s proposed pre-crime policy of sentence first, crime later.

Peter Earle on the feds’ totalitarian Real ID.

Richard Enos on all the doctors being paid to be shills for Big Pharma.

Richard Ebeling writes about the history and meaning of the Berlin Wall.

Chris Hedges on the enemy within.

John Solomon reports that Hunter Biden’s Ukraine gas firm pressed the Obama administration to end corruption allegations.

The Last Refuge on why John Brennan, Peter Strzok, and DOJ needed Julian Assange arrested, and why U.K. officials obliged.

Fox News article on “whistleblower” attorney having tweeted that the “coup has started” in early 2017.

Jacob Hornberger comments on the problems with Tulsi Gabbard.

Jon Rappoport says that rising up against the oligarchs does not equal socialism.

Robert Murphy on the bogus “consensus” argument on climate change.

Michael Snyder with 45 population control quotes that show the elite are quite eager to reduce the number of people on the planet.

B.N. Frank discusses government schools mounting electromagnetic devices on kids’ heads to collect brainwave data.

Don Boudreaux doesn’t like Marx’s writing.

Laurence Vance wonders whether the feds should have a war on peanuts.

Peter van Buren has a note to progressives.

Joy Pullmann on the first Common Core graduates being the worst prepared for college in years.

Alan MacLeod on the arrest of Max Blumenthal and the war on alternative media

And L.K. Samuels on the original social justice warriors: Hitler and Mussolini.

More News and Commentary

Laurence Vance comments on military habits.

Kerry McDonald in praise of spontaneous order.

Thomas DiLorenzo on the Soviet-style university system in Amerika.

Kurt Nimmo comments on the police state escalating its war on freedom of speech.

Caitlin Johnstone says that mainstream journalists who refuse to defend dissident journalists are worshipers of power.

Ray McGovern on the arrest of Max Blumenthal.

David Stockman says, Yes, Virginia, there is a deep state.

Matt Agorist with an article on Florida police caught creating illegal lists for tracking gun owners.

Donald Boudreaux has some questions for immigration skeptics.

Bryan Caplan on the plight of the worker.

Dagny Taggart on what the idiot central-planner utilities bureaucrats are doing to the people of California with the deliberate power shut-offs.

Steve Penfield discusses in depth the forgotten media purges of the Great Depression.

Jacob Hornberger comments on the never-ending wars on terrorism and drugs.

Ron Paul on Trump flip-flopping on Syria withdrawal.

James Bovard says U.S. aid makes corrupt countries more corrupt.

Aaron Kesel: Trump further militarizing police.

Human Rights Watch with an article on CIA-backed forces committing atrocities in Afghanistan.

Robert Wenzel asks, Should we accept the conclusions of experts?

Richard Ebeling discusses Max Weber on politics as a vocation.

And Tyler O’Neil discusses the new Austin, Texas sex ed curriculum that trains kids to be LGBT activists.

The “Social Justice” Mob in Amerika

You probably remember the case of Michelle Carter, the young high school student who through phone calls and texts urged her boyfriend to kill himself, which he did. She was convicted of involuntary manslaughter based on her words alone. She was a mean, nasty girl, and for that she was convicted of manslaughter. Carter then appealed to the Massachusetts Supreme Court, which upheld the conviction! So now she appealing to the U.S. Supremes.

Hmm. As I pointed out in this post, if someone’s meanness and verbal “bullying” can be made criminally responsible for someone else’s suicidal death, then how about other forms of speech? Such as a  bitter campaign speech by a candidate who calls others terrible names, or a “hateful rant” on a blog or Facebook, something a possibly “vulnerable” person reacted to by then committing suicide?

But now there is a new case, and in Massachusetts no less, of a terrible, nasty b*tch girlfriend urging her boyfriend to commit suicide, which he did. They were both Boston College students. Like the Michelle Carter case, this young “girlfriend” sent the boyfriend tens of thousands of texts, such as “go kill yourself,” etc. After he killed himself by jumping off a parking garage just hours before he was to graduate last May, the girlfriend then fled to her home country of South Korea.

In the Michelle Carter case, the two were taking antidepressants. Dr. Peter Breggin had testified during the trial regarding the effects of antidepressants. He has a whole resource page on just that case with several links to his articles on that. And I have written about the psychiatric drugs and their being contributors to worsening depression, suicide, aggression and violence, more recently on the Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade suicides.

So far we haven’t heard whether the two Boston College students in this new case had been taking any psychiatric drugs. But he had severe depression, supposedly. It wouldn’t surprise me if he was taking antidepressants and, if so, that the drugs worsened his depression, as Dr. Peter Breggin has testified and written about extensively. But it may not be the case, so we’ll see.

In any event, the subject of psychiatric drugs is not what I’m writing about here. This post is more about speech, and freedom of speech.

In the case of the two Boston College students, the girlfriend in the new case, Inyoung You, is being charged with involuntary manslaughter. Just for being a verbally mean b*tch. But being a verbally mean b*tch isn’t a crime. So I think there is something else going here with the Suffolk County, Massachusetts DA Rachael Rollins.

DA Rachael Rollins is one of those “social justice” prosecutors who will selectively prosecute or not prosecute someone by taking the suspect’s socioeconomic background (or race) into account. She states: “If the person presents with mental health issues, substance use disorder, homelessness, or poverty, we’re going to pause just for a moment to see who is this person in front of us … Before branding someone with a criminal record, we just want to pause if they have some of those characteristics.”

Among the suspects she has chosen not to prosecute so far: 11 assault or assault and battery charges. One suspect was accused of punching his wife in the face. In another case, a lady jogger was assaulted and suffered a fractured skull and traumatic brain injury.

And so I’m wondering if the charging of a verbally mean girlfriend with involuntary manslaughter, but not charging physically violent criminals, is a part of a subtle, longer-range scheme to go after speech, not as much “mean, bullying texts” but as a stepping stone to eventually criminalize so-called “hate speech.” We already know the activists want to do this. They already have been doing this.

Of course, “hate speech” is subjective. The leftist mob will not want to go after me if I criticize nationalism, flag-worship, organized religion and the military. (But I’m sure the Archie Bunkers out there would go after me for such “hate speech,” no?)

No, the “hate speech” will be determined by the “social justice” crowd, and by law, anything considered to be “racist, sexist, homophobic, Islamophobic,” anti-LGBTQ+++, but not anti-Christian, or anti-conservative, or hatefulness toward non-irrational leftists. Do you know what I mean?

So, will we be more like Germany, in which the modern “hate speech” gestapo invades people’s homes and steals their property, accusing them of making “threats” and “inciting violence” merely for expressing unpopular views such as about LGBT people?

And now, in a recent survey of millennials, according to Reason, most of the young people support censorship of “hate speech” that is “hurtful or offensive,” and support censorship “in universities or on social media” as well as legal crackdowns on news outlets who publish or broadcast “biased, inflammatory, or false” information.

But thanks to the moonstream media now, actual evidence-backed truthful information is now considered to be “false” information or, as the brainwashed sheeple like to say, “debunked conspiracy theories,” simply because its sources are from alternative media, such as about Ukrainians meddling in the 2016 election.

If the millennials had their way, they would censor that Red State article, and the Politico and New York Times articles linked there, so that the general public would still not know the truth about Ukraine. The ignorant activists would censor former CIA official Ray McGovern and former NSA official William Binney’s articles that went into their own forensic work regarding the DNC computers and McGovern and Binney’s debunking the “Russian hacking” conspiracy theory promulgated by the entire moonstream media and all the little twitterbots and Fakebook snowflakes on the Internet.

So are we looking at a future in which the truth is labeled “false” and censored while the real fake news is presented as “truth” when it’s really just a bunch of propaganda?

First there were the crazies including Marxine Waters telling people to stalk conservatives at restaurants and malls and harass them. And now, the obsession by the Trump haters to remove him from the White House has gone from bad to worse, from the Russia-Mueller crusade to the current impeachment craze.

We have a lying, Soviet apparatchik-wannabe Adam Schiffty who lies and makes up stuff, he runs committee hearing by not allowing the Republicans to ask witnesses questions and he is literally coaching the witness in testimony!

“Witness tampering” much, Shiffty?

Outside of politics in Warshington, on the “social justice” front, we now have speech codes, college campus diversity conferences and implicit bias training, requirements on college campuses to know “emotional risks” of events.

So while the “social justice” activists have been promoting silencing those with a point of view that’s different from theirs or not accepting of transgender activism, at the same time the “social justice” activists are promoting actual physical violence against innocent people as long as the violence is committed by allegedly members of “oppressed” or discriminated-against groups and against anyone who is targeted as “racist,” “nazi,” “white supremacist,” etc., sans any due process, even if the angry mob knows nothing about their victim.

Gee, let’s elect more “social justice” activists to District Attorney or state attorneys general, and to other legally powerful offices to create such an Orwellian dystopian society. You bet.

This is truly a mob-rule society now.