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Thomas Knapp: End qualified immunity for police.

Jacob Hornberger: Bigoted cops and the drug war.

James Bovard: Trump’s finger on the martial law trigger, and Cops kill because they have the legal framework to do it.

OffGuardian: The George Floyd protests: 20 unanswered questions.

Caitlin Johnstone: The Establishment only dislikes Trump because he puts an ugly face on the Empire.

David Stockman: Sickness is the health of the State.

Charles Burris: Individualist wisdom from Murray Rothbard on the George Floyd tragedy and nationwide riots.

Walter Williams: Some facts worth knowing.

Jon Rappoport: Dangerous nano-particles contaminating many vaccines: groundbreaking study

Ron Paul: One good thing about the lockdown, and Listen to the doctors, end the lockdowns.

Ted Snider: The U.S. has a long history of weaponizing aid to other countries.

Ryan McMaken: Minneapolis riots are a reminder that police don’t protect you or your property.

And David Hart: Pandemic policy in one page.

Justin Amash: Another Gary Johnson Statist to Exploit the Libertarian Party? Again? (Updated)

(Updated below)

It appears that Congressman Justin Amash is getting more support among Libertarian Party primary voters. Previous to statist Amash’s announcement that he wants to run for President as a “libertarian,” Jacob Hornberger had been winning all or most of the primaries and caucuses thus far. (Jacob Hornberger actually IS a libertarian!)

The latest is in Kentucky apparently, in which as each round of voting progresses, Amash is gaining more and more votes, and Jacob Hornberger eventually eliminated. Hmm, what’s wrong with the “Libertarian” Party members in Kentucky?

And I found this article on Reason by Brian Doherty distressing, mentioning Amash as the possible “frontrunner,” even though Hornberger had been winning all the primaries and caucuses. Doherty doesn’t even mention Hornberger! Yet, he’s mentioning the non-libertarian statist, Amash!

On his campaign wins thus far, Jacob Hornberger wrote,

Thank you to all of you Libertarians in Oklahoma, Kansas, Utah, and Connecticut. It is a big honor to win your vote of confidence. I only wish we could have gotten together personally in state conventions so that you all could charge up my Libertarian batteries!

These four wins now add to our first-place finishes in straw polls at state conventions in California, Florida, Arkansas, Indiana, Virginia, Montana (tie), along with Libertarian Party primary election wins in North Carolina, California, Missouri, and New York, as well as caucus wins in Iowa, Minnesota, and Ohio.

Hornberger also wrote some posts criticizing Amash’s positions on CIA, the stimulus package, sanctions on Iran, and he’s had more similar posts since those.

Justin Amash is just another statist, just like Gary Johnson and Bob Barr. Amash is NOT a “libertarian,” and should be rejected by the Libertarian Party. If not, then finally the Party needs to be disbanded forthwith!

UPDATE: Amash has decided against running.

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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.

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Jacob Hornberger comments on repealing America’s welfare state.

Whitney Webb: The media’s deafening silence on Mike Bloomberg’s ties to Jeffrey Epstein and other criminals.

Philip Giraldi: Seth Rich, Julian Assange, and Dana Rohrabacher – Will we ever know the truth about the stolen DNC files?

Laurence Vance on the importance of tax deductions.

William Hartung: Trump is trying to ride on the Pentacon gravy train to reelection.

Mandy Smithberger on creating a national insecurity state: spending more, seeing less.

Danny Sjursen says, Happy Afghanistan Surrender Day!

And Jonathan Turley on the Undemocratic Party’s snubbing of the voters’ choices.

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Jon Rappoport: China coronavirus hype straight out of the CDC flu playbook, and Coronavirus covert operation.

Dana Loesch: The Bloomberg Oppo List.

Ron Paul: Trump’s betrayal of Julian Assange.

Aaron Kesel: Assange’s lawyer says U.S. government wanted to kill WikiLeaks founder and make it look like an accident.

Caitlin Johnstone: The Julian Assange case: Should journalists be punished for exposing war crimes?

Daniel Lazare asks, Did WikiLeaks put lives at risk?

Patrick Cockburn: With WikiLeaks, Julian Assange did what all journalists should do.

Zero Hedge: Chief magistrate in Assange extradition received financial benefits from shadowy groups.

Neenah Payne: Ron Paul and Jennifer Zeng warn Americans about socialism.

Jacob Hornberger: Socialism in America.

Richard Ebeling: The technocrats will not save us.

Thomas DiLorenzo: Secession fever in America: What would Lincoln think?

Robert Wenzel: The confused plastic bag haters.

John Hanna: New Jersey public schools to teach LGBT ideology in every subject.

Sheldon Richman: Might you be a libertarian?

Dave DeCamp: Intelligence [sic] officials sow discord by stoking fear of Russian election meddling.

Byron York asks, Is the intelligence [sic] community planning to meddle in the 2020 election?

Laurence Vance: Minimum-wage laws, child-labor laws, and overtime-pay laws have no place in a free society.

Donald Boudreaux: Free trade in ten easy points.

Bill Blunden: The bogus Big Brother-Big Tech brawl over backdoors.

Gary Barnett: Another whistleblower “suicide”: Philip Haney.

Danny Sjursen: Where have you gone, Smedley Butler?

William Luther asks, Why is Maduro pushing the Petro?

James Bovard: Mass college hunger is a statistical sham.

And Justin Murray: Why it’s so hard to escape America’s “anti-poverty” programs.

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Richard Ebeling looks back at the last 30 years in Amerika.

Joshua Cho: No. 1 sponsor of terrorism? U.S. media name Iran, but overlook a candidate closer to home.

Matthew Ehret: Neo-McCarthyite witch hunters hypocritically mourn the death of Kirk Douglas.

Caitlin Johnstone: Trump supporters are George W. Bush supporters LARPing as Ron Paul supporters.

Becky Akers on the government Thieves and Sexual Assailants.

John Whitehead: How young girls are being groomed by sexual predators.

Jacob Hornberger: Socialism in education.

Dr. Joseph Mercola asks, Will Google’s social credit system determine your future?

Aaron Kesel on India and U.K. laws ordering social media companies to disclose user identities.

Jacob Sullum: FBI agents put innocent men on “No Fly List” to punish them for not being informants.

Jon Rappoport: CDC begins testing Americans for the Coronavirus — but how?

Dmitry Orlov: A most convenient virus.

Sheldon Richman: Anti-BDS laws violate our freedom.

The Rutherford Institute fights against a law criminalizing speech that “encourages” immigrants to remain in the country, saying the law is so broad that it could be used to punish anti-government speech.

Jonathan Turley: Juror 1261 in Roger Stone’s case: was justice undone?

Ron Paul: Democrats ignore Trump’s real violations.

Aaron Maté: New leaks shatter OPCW’s attacks on Douma whistleblowers.

Ray McGovern: German TV exposes the lies that entrapped Julian Assange.

Zero Hedge asks, Why did Twitter just “lockdown” WikiLeaks account?

Laurence Vance on Citizens United revisited, and free expression and property rights.

Robert Murphy: The theory and brief history of money and banking.

Kelley Vlahos: West Point prof pens blistering takedown of U.S. military academies.

Pat Buchanan: If Duterte wants us out, let’s go.

Tom Engelhardt: War Addicts, Inc.

Gary Barnett: Conscription is slavery: I know because I was drafted.

Michael Rozeff on the corrupt Andrew McCabe.

Dom Armentano asks, Are rising ocean levels an existential threat?

And Paul Craig Roberts: PBS assaults white Americans.

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Jon Rappoport has some good news on the mandatory vaccine issue in South Dakota.

Doug Casey with advice on how to survive the “deep state.”

Daniel McAdams says the Koch-Soros Quincy Project is a train wreck of neocon and “humanitarian” interventionists.

Sam Jacobs asks, How did Pete Buttigieg end up in the military without going through basic training?

Judge Napolitano with a primer on domestic spying.

And Martin Capages says that climate change is not a problem, unless we make it one.