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Some Misc. Items

I have not had enough time these days to write like I would like to do. So, I have been posting links to other articles. I hope to get back to my regular writing when I have more time. It’s really time consuming to write a post or article. It really is.

In the meantime, regarding the accusations against Iran that they hit the oil tankers in the Persian Gulf, don’t listen to liars Donald Trump, John Bolton and Mike Pompeo, who looks like he could lose a few hundred pounds. No, seriously, Napalmpeo Pompeo et al. are drooling warmongers who seem to just want to bomb the hell out of other countries that are of NO threat to us whatsoever. That is what they did to Iraq and Afghanistan, and Vietnam. I’ll bet they sing John McCain’s song, “Bomb Bomb Bomb, Bomb Bomb Iran,” and so on. But, according to Antiwar.com, it appears that the Japanese ship owner contradicts the fatso U.S. bureaucrats on that tanker attack. Warmonger bureaucrats are liars!

According to Jack Hunter at the Examiner, the U.S. Senate just voted to arm ISIS with your tax dollars.

John Solomon asks, Aren’t delirious Democrats now accusing Team Obama of treason?

Andrew McCarthy asks, Why did government officials ignore so many red flags with the shoddy Steele dossier?

Michael Rozeff says that Pocahontas is surging and analyzes her proposals.

Robert Wenzel says that rent control horror is returning to New York City.

Activist Post with an article on new cars to be equipped with breathalyzers, and drivers given mental health assessments.

Bryan Caplan on the real — and flawed — reason some classical liberals embrace universal basic income.

And Richard Ebeling on America’s economic commissar of trade.

More Articles of Interest

Kerry McDonald has 100 reasons to homeschool your kids.

Robert Wenzel on Tucker Carlson’s endorsement of Elizabeth Warren’s economic central planning program.

Danny Sjursen says that whitewashing war crimes has become the American way.

Matthew Feeney on the 70th year of Orwell’s 1984.

Jonathan Cook says that media are still selling out Julian Assange.

And Dr. Mercola comments on statin nation: how millions are damaged in a post-health world.

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William Astore on the American cult of bombing and endless war.

Jacob Sullum on “We must act now!” mass shooting/gun control delusions.

Jacob Hornberger asks, Would Trump’s impeachment lead to freedom?

Zero Hedge with an article on Australian gestapo raiding the home of a journalist who exposed the gubmint’s spying on innocent citizens.

Brett Wilkins with an article on U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter admitting to killing “probably hundreds of civilians” in Iraq. i.e. war criminal.

And Conor Friedersdorf discusses the Trump administration’s “Saudi Arabia First” foreign policy.

More News and Commentary

Justin Raimondo has republished his article from June of 1999, China and the New Cold War, which was on the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of Tiananmen Square.

More Orwellian intrusiveness: B.N. Frank with an article on hotels and apartments installing Alexa, saying data collection will help property managers better manage and serve tenants.

Brittany Hunter on the right to repair: Shouldn’t people have the right to fix their own stuff?

Gareth Porter on Pentacon’s phony Iran “evidence”

Robert Wenzel writes about AOC: The dishonest bartender comes home.

Jacob Hornberger says, Repeal the Espionage Act.

And Ryan Cleckner has these 6 gun lies (and one truth) Obama told in Brazil.

More News and Commentary

James Bovard writes about Obama’s forgotten frauds and debacles.

Ron Paul says, Hey Trump: Remember WikiLeaks?

Patrick Cockburn shows why the U.S. government is persecuting Julian Assange.

Aaron Kesel on the creepy Amazon and Facebook who both want to read human emotions.

Edward Curtin writes about speeding into the void of cyberspace as designed.

Zero Hedge with an article on the fraudulent edits in the Mueller report.

Andrew McCarthy asks, Was Brennan’s “intelligence bombshell” the Steele Dossier?

And Prof. Stephen F. Cohen asks, How did Russiagate begin?

News and Commentary

John W. Whitehead on technotyranny: the iron-fisted authoritarianism of the surveillance state.

Jonathan Cook says that endless procedural abuses show that the Julian Assange case was never about law.

Dr. Mercola says that censorship is the last tool of tyrants: vaccine info.

Henrik Moltke from the Intercept with an article on how the NSA’s targeting system for Iraq and Afghanistan ended up on the Mexico border.

Zero Hedge with an article on iPhones harvesting and transmitting massive amounts of data while you sleep.

Jon Nylander says that the welfare state is tearing Sweden apart.

And Richard Ebeling on the America that was: the good and the bad.

Ronald McDonald Trump, the Clown-In-Chief

(With apologies to Real Ronald McDonald.)

“President” Donald Trump is a clown. An ignoramus, and someone who seems to be hell-bent on ruining America, or at least totally reversing the economic prosperity from the tax cuts he signed into law (that will expire anyway — WHY didn’t they make that permanent? Morons.), and causing the next economic downturn. ObamaTrump.

He wants to impose tariffs i.e. fines to punish American consumers for their purchasing choices that The Donald doesn’t like, and to punish American producers for their capital goods purchases that The Donald doesn’t like. So imposing tariffs on China, then China retaliates, and then Mexico, then India, etc. etc.

Trump just doesn’t get what America is all about, or he does get it but has contempt for it. And that is freedom. Freedom means economic freedom. The freedom to spend your own money on whatever you want, from wherever you want to buy it from. And if the rulers don’t like it, they can go jump in a lake.

Trump is also a vicious drug warrior, and a warrior on immigration and foreigners coming to America to work, go to school, start businesses, and so on. If you’re worried about the “wrong” kinds of people coming to America across the border, and worried about drugs being trafficked across the border, then end U.S. government foreign interventionism and militarism in Central and South America. And end the war on drugs. Repeal every law on the books that pertains to drugs, close down the DEA (and ICE, DHS, TSA, FBI, CIA, NSA, etc., etc.).

One main reason why the flood of immigrants from Central and South America is the U.S. government’s war on drugs. Yes, it’s your fault, Donald. Prohibition causes a black market which incentivizes low-lifes to want to get rich by exploiting people’s weakness. Prohibition empowers and feeds drug pushers, traffickers, cartels, drug lords and gangs including MS-13. End the drug war and end prohibition and those things will be gone quickly.

What is it with these bureaucrats? These worshipers of government central planning, like Donald Trump? These sick statists are all the same. They can’t leave people alone. They either want to force something on you and mandate and compel you to do something, or they want to prohibit you from doing something that’s no one else’s business, or they want to tax you i.e. steal more from you or impose economic policies that will cause prices to go up on the things you need to buy.

Government central planning is a very bad thing, and it needs to end.

I was going to write “send the clown back to the private sector,” but that would give us a “President Mike Pence.” Another vicious drug warrior, anti-foreigner anti-immigration fanatic, bloodthirsty neocon warvangelical warmonger. I don’t know what’s worse.