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Larken Rose writes: We are many, they are few: the Tiny Dot explained.

Jon Rappoport with the secret behind fake bipolar disease in children.

Joe Wright with news from the Constitution-Free Zone: border patrol using biometrics for “citizenship checks” in Maine.

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.

Arjun Walia with multiple studies showing MMR and pertussis failure — they’re not even working.

And Whitney Webb discusses apparent Mossad foreknowledge of 9/11 attacks.

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Matt Agorist with FBI data showing that more people were killed by knives than rifles last year.

Daisy Luther on DHS database, Amazon storage of facial recognition, scars, tattoos, people’s voices, you can’t go anywhere without being tracked and Identified. Arg.

Brandon Turbeville with a Jeffrey Epstein primer to connect the dots.

L.K. Samuels with what Bernie Sanders won’t tell you about social democracy.

Laurence Vance asks, Is federal gun licensing constitutional?

And Bill Sardi with some vaccine studies and statistics.

Libertarians and Trump; And the Communist Nature of the Progressive Tax

Laurence Vance has some comments to make about libertarians and Trump. Dr. Vance says he doesn’t vote and hasn’t voted for a Libertarian Party candidate, and, he says, “I would have probably clamped my nose in a vice and voted for Donald Trump before I would have voted for the pathetic 2016 Libertarian Party ticket of Gary Johnson and William Weld.” That cracked me up. Of course, the last Libertarian Partly candidate I voted for was Andre Marrou in 1992. Now THAT’s a case of “holding my nose.” Marrou was awful. Anyway, Vance goes on to express his views on Donald Trump’s presidency and record so far.

And also today, Laurence Vance has a terrific article at the Future of Freedom Foundation website on the specter of communism haunting Illinois, in its changing from flat to progressive tax rates. Dr. Vance explains the communist and Marxist nature of the progressive tax, of Illinois and the whole U.S. as well.

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Jacob Hornberger comments on foreign aid for dictators.

David Henderson says that Marianne Williamson gets her way and doesn’t realize it.

Scott Shackford with an article on Edward Snowden’s autobiography promoting the Fourth Amendment, the right to privacy, and encryption.

Trevor Timm discusses Trump’s “spy” comments as being not far off from real U.S. whistleblower policy.

John Solomon says that once secret memos cast doubt on Joe Biden’s Ukraine story.

Christopher Monckton of Brenchley says the Global Climate Intelligance Group has been founded, and so far over 500 scientists and researchers will “put the science back into climate science.”

Thomas Lifson on a top-level climate modeler going rogue, criticizing the “nonsense” of “global warming crisis.”

Ryan McMaken with an article on Greta Thunberg’s message to poor countries: Drop dead.

Doug Casey and E.B. Tucker on the climate change hoax.

Robert Murphy with some tough questions for progressives (audio).

Kurt Nimmo on the alleged Jeffrey Epstein blackmail operation.

Ron Paul asks, Will more U.S. troops in Saudi Arabia make America great?

Paul Craig Roberts says the coverup of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination is wearing thin.

Jon Rappoport with a shocker: comparing deaths from medical treatment, vitamins, all U.S. wars.

Laurence Kotikoff on saving.

Aaron Kesel with an article on new Amazon Alexa spy products including glasses, rings and earbuds; Bezos wants to write facial recognition laws.

William Anderson discusses eugenics and the racist underbelly of the American Left.

John Baeza on FBI profilers.

And Margot Williams, the Intercept with an article on FBI involvement in CIA black site interrogations.

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Laurence Vance says that Elizabeth Warren’s plan shows the true nature of Social Security.

Ron Paul says, Beware the Republican road to Medicare for All.

Petr Svab on dozens of failed climate predictions over the past 80 years.

Paul Craig Roberts on Adam Schiff and the collapse of Democrat Party integrity.

Jacob Hornberger discusses the Ukraine brouhaha.

Jim Cox comments on libertarians and Trump.

And Andrew Bacevich asks Donald Trump to end the American era in the Middle East. (I’m not holding my breath.)

Like Trump, Alexandria Obama-Chavez Against Economic Freedom

Thomas DiLorenzo says that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez embraces the Nazi Party platform of 1920. He writes,

Mike Rozeff reports that the clueless communist congresswoman from New York, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, has decided that her latest attack on economic freedom would be an attack on Total Wine and Spirits, a great store that sells every kind of alcoholic beverage (and food as well) much cheaper than your typical mom-and-pop state-regulated cartel liquor store.  After costing her district thousands of good-paying jobs with Amazon by scaring them away with threats of tax and regulatory harassment, she now opposes the opening up of Total Wine in her district, costing it even more jobs and protecting the local government-regulated-and-controlled liquor cartel.

Her hatred of large retailers is nearly identical to one of the 25 planks of the Nazi Party Platform of 1920, officially called the “Platform of the National Socialist German Workers Party.”  Plank #16 of the Nazi “platform” said:  “We demand . . . the immediate communalization [i.e., government takeover] of the large department stores, which are to be leased at low rates to small tradesmen.”  The general theme of the Nazi Platform, stated near the end, is that “we fight against the Jewish materialistic spirit,” i.e., capitalism.  To the Nazis the Jews were symbols of German capitalism which, as good socialists, they wanted to destroy (and they did by nationalizing all heavy industry and de facto nationalizing all the rest with totalitarian regulations, controls, and mandates).

At least we now know where Ocasio-Cortez’s wealthy Silicon Valley financiers and puppet masters are getting some of their ideas.  One wonders what her Jewish New York constituents think of this.

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Jon Rappoport has some memories from the fake news business.

James Corbett has several interviews of 9/11 whistleblowers, in videos and transcripts. “‘But someone would have talked,’ say the self-styled skeptics who believe the government’s official conspiracy theory of 9/11. But there’s a problem with this logically fallacious non-argument. ‘Someone’ did talk. In fact, numerous people have come out to blow the whistle on the events of September 11, 2001, and the cover-up that surrounds those events.” Very extensive report.

Judge Andrew Napolitano on the Orwellian entrapments, surveillance privacy violations and the criminalization of everyday public behaviors in the U.K. and the U.S.

John Whitehead on martial law masquerading as law and order: the police state’s language of force.

Jacob Hornberger discusses the safe haven argument for staying in Afghanistan.

Brandon Smith asks, Who really benefits from the “Iran attacked Saudi Arabia” narrative?

Philip Giraldi on Israel spying and spying, this time on Donald Trump.

David Stockman says, Locked and loaded on behalf of Empire First.

Richard Ebeling says that price controls attack the freedom of speech.

Roger Young on “Beto” O’Rourke wanting to take away people’s guns.

And L. Neil Smith on the “Red Flag Council.”

Doh! Another. Democrat. Debate.

Apparently the Democrats had another debate. It was a long “three-hour tour,” and their 4th debate will be four hours and so on.

So, whether it’s their “Medicare for All” or “Climate Change” programs they want to impose, the main point of the Democrats’ programs is their greedy and envious wealth confiscation desires. Everything they want to do includes raising taxes on the productive and the workers i.e. stealing from the people.

And that’s the main point: like Thomas Piketty‘s best-seller, “Rather Than Helping People at the Bottom, Instead Let’s Pull People Down from the Top,” these greedy politicians just want to steal from the productive. And that’s it.

Their environmentalism and health care demagoguery is just a facade covering their real lust for stealing from others, their giving themselves and their cronies power over others and their enjoying the extravagances of all the wealth they use government apparatus to steal from the people. As Larken Rose would put it, these politician parasites don’t care about you, they don’t care if you have health care, and they don’t care if you suffer from climate change.

And with these fascists’ prohibitions, regulations and mandates they love control over others and another goal besides stealing from the people is their suppressing productivity. The motivation for their obsession with and lust for interfering with the lives, inventions, innovations, and progress of others is the same as why they want to steal from the wealthy, the successful and the productive: envy. It is a brainwashed ideology and fanaticism of envy, resentment and hatred of others that directs their thoughts, feelings and all their energy.

They are not that much different from their Rethuglican opponent Donald Trump who wants to interfere with the lives and productivity of foreigners that’s supposedly in the name of “protecting America’s interests,” via his anti-immigration fascism/socialism, which itself is based on myths and fairy tales. But we can leave the immigration issue for a different discussion.

And besides the government central-planning policies of the Envycrats, they also live in a world of ignorance and denial when it comes to the gun rights issue. “Beto” O’Rourke says he wants to take away people’s guns that are shooting people in Walmarts and other areas. So he agrees with Walmart and other stores who are asking customers to not carry guns into their stores. The reason for this request is that Walmart and the other stores want to disarm law-abiding people and make them defenseless sitting ducks when the next shooting occurs.

What? They don’t want that? So they’re just ignorant and in denial? They don’t understand that gun control laws and gun-free zones only disarm people who obey the law.

Sorry for sounding like a broken record on this. Criminals who want to go shoot up a place don’t care if it’s illegal to go shoot up a place. They don’t care if murder, assault, rape and robbery are illegal, so obviously they won’t care if guns are illegal. They’re criminals. Criminals don’t obey the law.

Criminals will get their guns illegally, on the black market, just as the drug laws for the past 60 years have not prevented people from getting their drugs.

And regarding the gun-free zones, 98% of the mass shooters have gone to do their shooting in gun-free zones. Sorry for sounding like a broken record on this. Too bad “Beto” and all the other hysterical people out there do not seem to have that much of an attention span. These selfish hypocritical politicians benefit from arming themselves or having armed security guards, but they want to disarm the commoners.

Anyway, it sounds like some of the sheeple are now favoring Elizabeth Warren, never mind her shrill lecturing, her pandering to every special interest group she could think of. Go away, Liawatha. Please.

Then there was Kamala Harris — Is she on some kind of tranquilizer? Her poking fun at people on the Wizard of Oz was very unbecoming. That was one of my favorite movies. And Harris has this evil-sounding laugh. The anti-Oz remark was especially unladylike.

These horrible people all seem to be in agreement to steal more earnings away from the people and disarm them. Can you imagine having a bodyguard and walking down the street when a robber approaches you and demands your money, your bodyguard helps the robber, not you. That is what government in Washington is.

And Joe Biden? I think he has Alzheimer’s, and I don’t mean that in a derogatory or ageist kind of way like the annoying Julian Castro seemed to do at the debate. Biden has clearly lost some of his cognitive functioning, including his brain-to-mouth motor coordination when he talks. At times he has sounded just like my father (without the socialist claptrap) during his last year or two. And the latest thing I heard was that Biden will release his medical records, and the news mentioned that he takes statin drugs. (Uh-oh, says Bill Sardi and this Reuters article, on statins.)

I think the best ones at the recent debate were Marianne Williamson and Tulsi Gabbard. (Wait, they weren’t at the debate. Sorry. They were still the best ones at that debate.)

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Bretigne Shaffer asks, Is vaccine safety too dangerous for us to discuss?

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