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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.

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Robert Murphy says, No, capitalism does not threaten humanity.

Zero Hedge with an article on spooks turned spox: U.S. media now filled with former intelligence agents.

Aaron Kesel with an article on Chinese soon will be required to use facial recognition technology to use the Internet.

Lew Rockwell has a biographical essay on Henry Hazlitt, the author of “Economics in One Lesson.”

Papers, Please! asks, Do I need ID to ride a train?

And Jacob Hornberger says that the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution trumps campaign finance laws; and don’t impeach Donald Trump for the wrong reasons.

Julian Assange May Have Had Leakers’ Info Taken by His Torturers

Retired USAF lieutenant colonel Karen Kwiatkowski has an update on the tortured Julian Assange. Among other things, She writes:

Julian Assange is reported to very thin, very sick and being treated at this point, as little more than a “lab rat” by his state doctors and interrogators at Belmarsh.  Word is that his encryption key ring (with his private keys that unlock his various public keys) has already been extracted, under physical duress, cold, light and noise torture, food deprivation, BZ variants, some experimental, and now that he is very physically weak, PCP.  The arrests have started and they won’t stop until the injured parties –mainly the US government – have satisfied their bloodlust.

And she warns leakers to “take cover – legal, physical, operational and otherwise.”

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While I don’t think I would ever move out of the U.S., because I hate to travel as much as Peg Bracken hates to cook, I nevertheless found this article by Mark Nestmann informative. The article describes Congress and the criminal IRS’s war on overseas Americans. The gubmint in Washington will still go after your earnings and wealth even if you move out of the U.S. The thugs in Washington are greedy, corrupt thieves and muggers who live high off the hog by enslaving the labor of the people. This is why the most wealthy U.S. districts are the areas directly surrounding Washington, D.C. They are gangsters, racketeers, and hooligans. As long as you still vote, you are enabling them, quite frankly.

CIA whistleblower John Kiriakou asks, What was this CIA officer thinking? Regarding the alleged “whistleblower” who released a formal complaint against Donald Trump. And the people in Washington are also extremely corrupt. Especially those within or connected to the national security state.

Norman Solomon discusses MoveOn’s phony new campaign to “protect whistleblowers.”

Ron Paul asks, Impeachment … or CIA coup?

John Whitehead says you might want to think twice before calling the cops.

Caitlin Johnstone on Twitter suspending accounts for propaganda, while it has a propagandist as a high-level executive.

And Rajan Menon on why arms races never end.

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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.

Have We Advanced Farther Down the Road to Soviet Amerika?

The “Trump-Russia collusions”-“Trump and Russia hacking or manipulating 2016 election results” (that never actually happened and was all made up) seems to be an ongoing agenda by the national security state (a.k.a. “deep state”). This time a CIA spook with an anti-Trump agenda is exploiting a phone call with Trump and Ukrainian president involving alleged “quid pro quo” (which it wasn’t, according to the actual transcript) regarding Joe Biden’s son being investigated or not investigated, and using it as an excuse to make up more stuff and have members of the political class and the government-lapdog media endlessly repeat the hearsay, lies and propaganda toward removing Trump from office.

I think that Congressliar Adam Schiff is the worst of the worst when it comes to Soviet-wannabe government liars. They probably have something on Nancy Pelosi, who knows that a House impeachment of Trump will not get a Senate conviction, because the evidence that is available does not back the assertions of the CIA “whistleblower,” and that such a farce will only strengthen the chance of a Trump reelection. And now, after saying she also was against a Trump impeachment, Congressbimbo Tulsi Gabtard is now for a Trump impeachment. It was a botched joke.

What bothers me is the “Intel (sic) Community” changing the requirements for whistleblowers from having to have direct, first-hand knowledge (or evidence?) of improper (or illegal) behavior of other spooks or superiors, to being able to use second- or third-hand hearsay, rumor and gossip as is the case with the current allegations against Trump of pressuring foreign leaders to do something as a “quid pro quo” for political expediency.

So I’m not sure if all this is merely just an anti-Trump crusade or perhaps a part of a larger agenda to soften due process requirements against anyone who is accused of something. Particularly in the political world (which seems to be a large chunk of what Amerika is all about now, certainly not the economic or voluntary-exchange world).

For example, just as the flunkies of the DOJ, CIA and FBI made stuff up about Donald Trump to try to help Hillary Clinton win the 2016 election and if that didn’t work then make stuff up to try to take down the Trump presidency, in that regard the apparatchiks made stuff up about Brett Kavanaugh to derail his getting on the Supreme Bureaucrats. And don’t misunderstand me, I think that Kavanaugh should never have a judicial appointment given that his lower-court rulings show what a dangerous anti-America anti-due process police-state ignoramus he is. But, anyone who is accused of something has a right to require the accuser to bring forth evidence against the accused, regardless who the accused is. Trump, Kavanaugh, or you or me.

This is especially a cause for concern now because of the “Red Flag” laws already in place or that are being proposed all over Amerika. That’s mainly to do with the gun control lobby, hysterical snowflakes who can’t understand that it is the gun control laws and gun-free zones we already have in place that are disarming peaceful, responsible citizens and making the people defenseless in the event of a crazed shooter who doesn’t obey gun laws or any laws for that matter. The hysterical snowflakes just can’t seem to get through their damn noggins.

So now the hysterical snowflakes are acting as useful idiots for the police statists who want to have a government armed to the teeth ruling over a totally disarmed civilian population. This is the way that communists like “The Squad” can ram their agendas through and they will enforce their wealth-confiscation and industry-seizures at the point of a government gun against the enslaved and helpless population. Martial law? Civil unrest? In America? (Some people think I’m way off, or that I’m “paranoid.” But that is because they don’t know history.)

But the “Red Flag” laws will enable anyone to accuse anyone else of anything, particularly such victims who do not support the agenda of police state, industry-seizure and wealth-confiscation, i.e. slavery of the people by the elite political class. This is the real reason why “Red Flag” laws and all the greedy and power-hungry minions of the political class have all the voices of the mainstream corporate media on their side, repeating the propaganda over and over and over.

Don’t believe the propaganda, everyone. Just assume they are lying, or they are covering up the truth (or they are spreading false information because they are ignoramuses and/or brainwashed sheeple). And especially they do not have your interests at heart. If they did, they would be promoting freedom, freedom for you and freedom for me, and that necessarily means the dismantling of the federal regime apparatus, a full and complete decentralization of this whole territory, at the very least.

What Is Going On With This Ukraine Phone Call Stuff?

U.S. Rep. John Ratcliffe explains how the “whistleblower” complaint against Donald Trump regarding his phone call with the president of Ukraine is based on hearsay, “second- and third-hand” information.

An article on the Federalist explains how just last month the Intel (sic) Community secretly eliminated a requirement that whistleblowers provide direct, first-hand knowledge of alleged wrongdoings.

So the Intel Community’s flunkies in the mainstream media, many Democrats in Congress and even some Republicans including Willard Romney are pushing for impeaching Trump based solely on that phone call, and based on inadmissible hearsay “evidence.” Rep. Adam Schiffty read a fake transcript that he implied was the real one to fabricate a false narrative. Now that’s a scumbag.

Trump was not doing anything illegal, unconstitutional, unethical, or treasonous, in his phone call with the Ukrainian president. According to the Examiner, these are the main points of what Trump said:

I would like you to do us a favor though because our country has been through a lot and Ukraine knows a lot about it. I would like you to find out what happened with this whole situation with Ukraine, they say Crowdstrike … I guess you have one of your wealthy people … The server, they say Ukraine has it. There are a lot of things that went on, the whole situation. I think you’re surrounding yourself with some of the same people. I would like to have the Attorney General call you or your people and I would like to get to the bottom of it. As you saw yesterday, that whole nonsense ended with a very poor performance by a man named Robert Mueller, an incompetent performance, but they say a lot of it started with Ukraine. Whatever you can do, it’s very important that you do it if that’s possible.

I heard you had a prosecutor who was very good and he was shut down and that’s really unfair. A lot of people are talking about that, the way they shut your very good prosecutor down and you had some very bad people involved. Mr. Giuliani is a highly respected man. He was the mayor of New York City, a great mayor, and I would like him to call you. I will ask him to call you along with the Attorney General. Rudy very much knows what’s happening and he is a very capable guy. If you could speak to him that would be great. The former ambassador from the United States, the woman, was bad news so I just want to let you know that. The other thing, There’s a lot of talk about Biden’s son, that Biden stopped the prosecution and a lot of people want to find out about that so whatever you can do with the Attorney General would be great. Biden went around bragging that he stopped the prosecution so if you can look into it … It sounds horrible to me.

Meanwhile, the Democrats in 2018 asked the Ukrainian government to cooperate with the Mueller investigation of “Russia collusions” which never existed. Huh? The pot calling the kettle black?

Joe Lauria comments about a phone call between “Victoria Nuland, then assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs, and Geoffrey Pyatt, then U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, that then Vice President Biden played a role in ‘midwifing’ the U.S.-backed overthrow of an elected Ukrainian government soon after that conversation.” Good one, Plugs.

And Caitlin Johnstone writes about the mainstream media defending “whisltleblowers” but ignoring actual whistleblowers.

The actual whistleblowers of our time include Bradley Manning (now known as Chelsea Manning), John Kiriakou, William Binney, Thomas Drake, Edward Snowden, and many others who are never defended or celebrated by the MSM, because they are not communists or apparatchiks of the national security state.

Now, I loathe Donald Trump and disagree with most of his awful socialist and fascist policies, but these scum in Washington are so bad and dishonest in their outright lying. The “news” media are real propagandists now.

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Robert Wenzel and Walter Block on rent control.

Donald Boudreaux on “price gouging” in desperate situations.

The Libertarian Angle: Jacob Hornberger and Richard Ebeling say it’s time to end America’s longest war. (video)

Patrick Eddington on Constitution Day, 2019: the hidden domestic surveillance crisis.

Dr. Mercola discusses the “chemical imbalance” myth and antidepressant harm.

The Daily Mail with an article on a cardiologist claims of the mass prescription of statins as a “public health disaster” fueled by the “cholesterol con.”

Jack Burns on the state of Florida abducting a child from his parents and forcing him to take chemo, regardless of risks.

Edward Curtin asks, Why does Chris Hedges hedge his bets?

Matt Agorist on “near murder”: cops force k-9 to rip unarmed man to shreds as he slept.

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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.”

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Brandon Smith on Red Flag laws: once the Pandora’s box of pre-crime and hearsay evidence is opened, the sky is truly the limit.

Bretigne Shaffer discusses civil disobedience in the forced-vaccine issue.

Pepe Escobar says we are all hostages of 9/11.

Jon Rappoport discusses some earlier questions about the gold stored at the NY Federal Reserve Bank just blocks away from the WTC on 9/11, and possible witness intimidation during the 9/11 Commission hearings.

Washington’s Blog asks, Why would Iran attack the Saudis NOW?

William Astore on the F-35: A wasteful weapon for America’s forever wars.

Barbara Boland on the tell-all book James Mattis didn’t want published.

The Electronic Frontier Foundation on the courts protecting the people’s right to force government to purge records of their First Amendment activities.

Chris Hedges on the CIA and our invisible government.

Laurence Vance asks, What is it that libertarians don’t get about the military?

Patrick Cockburn on Saudi Arabia’s plans for us to forget about the murder of Khashoggi.

And Daniel McAdams points out the healthcare advantages our rulers have over We the Sheeple.