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Articles for Armistice Day

Arjun Walia: War propaganda and fake news.

Gary Barnett: Why oppose war?

Barry Brownstein: Without free speech, all speech becomes government speech.

Alex Knight: Greta Thunberg vs. Boyan Slat.

Peter Quinones: Blaming libertarianism for every “societal woe.”

Brandon Smith: There are things worth fighting for, and fates far worse than death.

Jacob Hornberger: The case for open immigration.

Robert Wenzel: New tactic from Trump administration to decrease lawful immigration.

Dr. Mercola: Stark evidence of Google censoring health news.

Mac Slavo: NBC uses propaganda to promote the “benefits” of microchipping.

Patricia Hynes: Novermber 11, remembering the tragedy and legacy of World War I.

Matt Agorist: Entire police department now gone after good cops refused to enforce quota system.

Charles Burris: Jean-Jacques Rousseau as the first leftist, and the anti-individualist, anti-capitalist “conservatives.”

Watts Up With That?: Meet the doomers, depressed climate warriors.

Reason: Michigan counties steal properties based on minor tax payment mistakes.

And Alexander Zubatov: 4 reasons why socialism is becoming more popular.

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.

Repeal Democrats and Republicans

Laurence Vance writes about ObamaCare taxes and other taxes and bills to repeal taxes but replace them with other taxes. Republicans and conservatives are just as much in favor of tax-thefts as liberals and Democrats. (Hence, “Rethuglicans,” in my view.)

Veronique de Rugy describes “Medicare for All” as a plot to pillage us. ($35 trillion? They’re nuts!)

And Robert Wenzel explains Elizabeth Warren’s top economic advisors’ ignorance and hatred of wealth and free markets.

More News and Commentary

Lee Friday asks, What if the majority voted for “None of the Above”?

Jim Davies on voting, the Libertarian Party, and Adam Kokesh.

Jeff Deist says that politics drops its pretenses.

Brendan O’Neill on the Spanish rulers and Britain’s Remainer elite’s contempt for democracy, treating voters like criminals.

Richard Ebeling says that progressivism is an imposter.

Robert Wenzel on Mark Zuckerberg’s defense of Fakebook censorship while defending freedom of speech.

Andrew Kern on why the State can’t claim our “implied consent.”

Kerry McDonald comments on education “equity.”

Veronique de Rugy says that on trade, both Trump and Warren get a fail.

Zero Hedge with an article on corrupt apparatchik Adam Schiffty kicking a Republican congressman out of a congressional hearing.

Jonathan Turley discusses Joe Biden’s attempt to silence news media reports on Biden family corruption.

Zero Hedge with an article on CIA “whistleblower” being assisted by James Clapper associate.

Charles Burris on the deep state and the anti-Trump coup.

Thomas Luongo on the plan for Hong Kong.

Dr. Mercola discusses psychiatric drugs and violence.

Jon Rappoport on the basics of a staged bioterror attack.

And Neville Raymond questions the official purpose for vaccination programs.

More Informative Articles

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.

More News and Commentary

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.

More News and Commentary

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.