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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.

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Laurence Vance comments on military habits.

Kerry McDonald in praise of spontaneous order.

Thomas DiLorenzo on the Soviet-style university system in Amerika.

Kurt Nimmo comments on the police state escalating its war on freedom of speech.

Caitlin Johnstone says that mainstream journalists who refuse to defend dissident journalists are worshipers of power.

Ray McGovern on the arrest of Max Blumenthal.

David Stockman says, Yes, Virginia, there is a deep state.

Matt Agorist with an article on Florida police caught creating illegal lists for tracking gun owners.

Donald Boudreaux has some questions for immigration skeptics.

Bryan Caplan on the plight of the worker.

Dagny Taggart on what the idiot central-planner utilities bureaucrats are doing to the people of California with the deliberate power shut-offs.

Steve Penfield discusses in depth the forgotten media purges of the Great Depression.

Jacob Hornberger comments on the never-ending wars on terrorism and drugs.

Ron Paul on Trump flip-flopping on Syria withdrawal.

James Bovard says U.S. aid makes corrupt countries more corrupt.

Aaron Kesel: Trump further militarizing police.

Human Rights Watch with an article on CIA-backed forces committing atrocities in Afghanistan.

Robert Wenzel asks, Should we accept the conclusions of experts?

Richard Ebeling discusses Max Weber on politics as a vocation.

And Tyler O’Neil discusses the new Austin, Texas sex ed curriculum that trains kids to be LGBT activists.

The “Fourth Estate” Are Now Slaves of Crazed U.S. Government Psychopaths

Paul Craig Roberts says the end of accountable government is close at hand. And he’s right. Roberts observes that the CIA has so much control over the “news” media and government-approved explanations of events that most of the mainstream news media is a farce.

And,

What is astonishing about the CIA’s destruction of Julian Assange is the silence of American law schools and bar associations, the silence of universities, the absence of student and labor union protests, the absence of any protection of Assange’s rights from courts as the last news organization willing and capable of holding governments accountable for their crimes is destroyed openly in full view of the law schools, intellectuals, bar associations, courts, and print and TV media.

The CIA’s control over explanations is as complete as the control Big Brother has in George Orwell’s dystopian novel, 1984.And this doesn’t bother the citizens of the US, UK, Australia, Canada, Sweden, Europe.Only a few individuals speak out for Assange, and they, too, are demonized in turn.

In fact, I was listening to a talk radio show today, and the two co-hosts are still referring to that dreaded phone call between Donald Trump and the Ukrainian president as “Trump looking to dig up dirt on a political opponent,” Joe Biden, which is not what that phone call in question was. That was what Congressman Adam Schiffty said it was, when he read his made-up version of the phone call. The White House released a transcript of the actual phone call, and it did not show that Trump was looking for “dirt” on political opponents.

The moonstream media is a puppet of the national security state, the CIA and the military. They are not the “liberal media.” What a joke that is.

Also today Gary Barnett writes that the real news is what is not in the news. He points out that we have not been hearing anything about the Jeffrey Epstein case, or about what the U.S. government is doing to Julian Assange. He also notes the silence of non-government-approved news regarding 9/11 for the past 18 years.

I don’t know if it’s the news editors and news radio and TV producers who take direct orders from the Pentacon and the CIA, or they are so well trained by the time they get their high-up news-control jobs those editors and producers just censor based on what they have been conditioned to believe the government would approve. The control the U.S. government has over “news” (i.e. propaganda) media is amazing.

When it comes to events and issues in which people contradict the official government narrative, such as 9/11, they are called “conspiracy theorists” and so on. The same thing goes for the climate issue, in which people are labeled “deniers” by the obedient closed-minded crusaders who believe that science is “settled.” In fact, those aforementioned liberal talk radio people I heard today also frequently use the phrase, “debunked conspiracy theory” when it comes to the Russiagate or now the Ukrainegate issues. Are they that dumb? Or are they just extremely dishonest anti-truth propagandists?

And finally, Ben Norton writes about about journalist Max Blumenthal being arrested by Warshington’s anti-freedom of the press gestapo, as relates to his political reporting on Venezuela. (Kevin Gosztola has an article on that too.) Blumenthal had been exposing the Venezuelan opposition crackpots who are supported by regime-change fanatics in Warshington.

I think the “national security” (sic) state in Warshington, the moonstream media, those statists and parasites inside the beltway, they are very sick and deranged people. Liars, propagandists, and apparatchiks. They are sick.

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Sheldon Richman: To be or not to be a Jewish state, that is the question.

Matt Agorist: family facing $2,500 per day fine for firewood stored on property meant for the sick and elderly.

Chris Calton: All human beings, not just capitalists, are self-interested.

WND: Child abusing mother began forcing transgender lifestyle on little boy when he was 3, accused the father of child abuse for “not affirming” the boy to be a girl.

James Caspian: Why detransitioners frighten trans activists.

Activist Post: Special ed students secretly restrained, labeled “high-level threats.”

Sayer Ji: Covering up the causes of breast cancer since 1985: AstraZeneca’s BCAM.

Arjun Walia: Congressman confronts Zuckerberg about censoring information on vaccine safety.

GreenMedInfo: Major journal warns calling breastfeeding “natural” will discourage vaccine and formula use.

Veronique de Rugy: Democrat wealth tax proposals demonstrate economic ignorance.

James Devereaux: How free trade increases peaceful interactions between nations.

Aaron Kesel: The deep state is assassinating Julian Assange.

Daniel McAdams: Lindsey Graham says, “Steal Syria’s oil to pay for U.S. occupation!”

William Astore: The militarization of everything.

WND: CNN fake news vs. ABC fake news.

Marcus Weisgerber: As secret Pentacon spending rises, defense firms cash in.

Jeffrey Harding: The late great state of California.

Richard Ebeling: The NBA’s China problem due to political control over markets.

And The Last Refuge: stunning court-filing by Mike Flynn defense attorney Sydney Powell.

Willard Romney Had Shown His True Colors Long Ago

Oh, listen to all the people who are acting surprised that Willard Mitt Romney is such a buffoon, extremely dishonest and corrupt and sleazy, with the latest news about him regarding his fake Twitter account, in which Romney defends himself and criticizes Donald Trump.

No, it’s not “Carlos Danger,” or “Reinhold Niebuhr” — it’s “Pierre Delecto“!

Really, Willard? Really?

I’m hearing those talk radio ditto-heads saying that had they known the things we now know about Romney they wouldn’t have voted for him in the 2012 primaries. Doh!

Well, I tried to warn people.

Even as early as June, 2009, in a post on Sonia Sotomayor I had to stick some anti-Romney in there:

Then we had Gov. Willard Mitt Romney, himself busy running for president [in 2006-08], and because he had so much empathy for people without health insurance, he had to push through his Mandatory Health Insurance Law–”You must, MUST have health insurance,” he said in his bill-signing speech that day, with his detectable Locust Valley Lockjaw accent. (He repeated the word, “must.”) His empathy certainly wasn’t available for the many residents and businesses who wanted to opt out of the program, and many of whom had fled or will flee the state. What business is it of the government whether someone has health insurance? How will it be enforced? If someone doesn’t participate, fine them. What if they don’t pay the fine? Jail them. With more and more police. Wait, they’re still busy collecting taxes on the highways.

And in July, 2010 in my article on “Politics or Principle,” I wrote:

Perhaps Romney’s worst deed was RomneyCare, the health care bureaucracy and mandates he installed in his last year as governor. Given his expertise as an entrepreneur and capital investor, and his knowledge of how markets work, one would think that Romney would instinctively know that more government intrusions are the cause of our medical system’s dysfunction and not the cure.

Or perhaps he did know. Politicians oftentimes compromise principle for the sake of political strategy. At the time of his signing RomneyCare into law, mid-2006, it was widely speculated that then-U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton would be running for president in 2008, as well as Romney. Clinton’s own 1993 proposals for nationalized health care would be quite useful to compare to a Republican’s own proposals or policies.

For perhaps a better explanation of his record of government expansion and apparent attraction to the power of the State, it needs to be noted that Mitt Romney grew up in a very political family. His mother Lenore Romney had been a candidate for public office, and his father George Romney was a lobbyist in Washington for the aluminum industry and the automobile industry, and, as governor of Michigan for 8 years, George was credited (or blamed) for his instituting the state’s first state income tax, and greatly expanding state government. George Romney bitterly opposed Barry Goldwater for the Republican nomination for president in 1964. Mitt Romney seemed to follow in his father’s footsteps in advocating more government interventions and intrusions, not fewer, into private economic affairs.

During his last 365 days as governor until January 2007, Romney spent over 200 of those days traveling outside of Massachusetts, “testing the waters” for a 2008 presidential bid. During that last year of Romney’s gubernatorial tenure, many of the duties of governor were taken up by Lt. Gov. Kerry Healey, who was running her own failed campaign for governor. You would think that Romney would resign as governor to run his presidential campaign, but this is politics, after all. The political “public sector” inherently discourages its employees from maintaining a consistent job attendance.

And what does it say about someone such as Romney who spends $40 million of his own wealth on a presidential campaign, only to lose to the competition? It is doubtful that he or anyone would spend so much money to be hired as a CEO of even the most prestigious private firm. But that just shows the extent to which some people will go to achieve political power.

And in December, 2011 I criticized Laura Ingraham and Rush Limbaugh for their early support for Willard. I wrote, among other things:

I heard a little of Laura Ingraham and then some of Rush Limbaugh today. From what little I heard of both of them, it is obvious they are both pushing Romney now for the Republican nomination for President. Limbaugh was complaining that the conservatives seem to be dumping on Romney. If these so-called “conservative” talk show hosts really believe that Romney represents the “business” side of things, and that he’s going to have a “business-like” approach to the federal budget, dealing with the deficit or the National Debt, they are either on drugs, or they suffer from severe delusions, or both.

And another thing, as far as these supposedly intelligent (“with half my brain tied behind my back,” etc.) radio personalities’ actually believing that the one candidate who can definitely beat Barry and Evita in the 2012 elections is Willard Romney, it is actually the opposite. A Romney nomination will guarantee an Obama victory. Why? Because they are two sides of the same coin, and most of America’s true conservatives know this.

And then in January, 2012 I wrote my article asking whether the people of New Hampshire would pick the Orwellian “conservative” Willard Romney.

In February 2012 in my post on “CPAC: Crazy Political Action Conference,” I wrote:

These so-called “conservatives” are really nuts now. They really are crazy. We have three socialists (i.e. communists) — Santorum, Gingrich and Romney — appearing at the Orwellian-named “Conservative” Political Action Conference, while the one actual conservative, who really IS conservative, Ron Paul, was cordially excluded. Only in Orwellian Amerika do we have this situation.

Romney referred to himself as “severely conservative,” in his one moment of true honesty in revealing how his destructive socialism is truly a mental illness. We know from actual historical fact that Romney/Kennedy/Obama/Bush socialism has always had destructive consequences. They are literally ruining America with their State intrusions, their confiscations, and their wars of aggression.

And, when Romney said that he was a “severely conservative governor,” even THAT’S not true! He raised taxes on businesses and implemented this failed government-managed healthcare-insurance scheme. No real capitalist would force a government-managed scheme like that on anyone! Talk about Orwellian! He’s nuts!

And I compared Romney to Ron Paul in a May, 2012 article. And then in August of 2012 I wrote that “Obama will win, thanks to the clueless banana Republicans.” And I was right.

I don’t know how many times I’ve posted this video, but here it is at this link, showing Romney snubbing a medical patient who says that medical marijuana can help him. Romney says he doesn’t support legalizing marijuana and walks away. Oh, what a caring, concerned gentleman, that Willard.

In other words, Romney is just another power-lusting politician who used sleazy tactics in his business career and has been a clueless, gutless wonder who has no real understanding of the free market as well as having no sense of decency as a human being.

So now in his hysterical rants against Trump it seems apparent to me that Willard Romney is again going to run for President. (Perhaps consider running in some other country, Willard?) Doh!

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Jacob Hornberger discusses Max Boot and vicarious courage in Syria, and says that politicians live in a parallel universe.

Craig Murray on what he saw when Julian Assange appeared in court in the U.K.

Caitlin Johnstone says that only cowards and sadists support the persecution of Assange.

Zero Hedge with an article on CIA analysts lawyering up as Brennan, Clapper ensnared in Russiagate probe.

Jon Rappoport on Apple kneeling before China.

Health Impact News with an article on an Arizona senator threatened by fellow lawmaker for stating that foster kids are being sold into sexual slavery, and an article on CPS medical kidnappings and sex trafficking in Philadelphia.

John Walsh on paternalistic noninterventionism, Venezuela and Hong Kong.

Jonathan Cook says that Democrats helped cultivate the barbarism of ISIS.

Laurence Vance on religious discrimination.

WND with an article on court ruling that a mother can force her son into transgender life.

Richard Ebeling on collectivist revivalism and the new attack on liberty.

Robert Bridge says that the American “deep state” would sooner sacrifice the republic than lose again to Donald Trump.

Michael Snyder on civil unrest all over the world.

Matt Taibbi on Hillary accusing Tulsi Gabbard of being a Russian asset.

And Zero Hedge with an article on Greta Thunberg sailing toward public criticism.

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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.

Religious Cults in 21th Century Amerika

Just recently I had written a post on the brainwashed climate fanatics and how that is a cult, or a religious cult, in which the cultists call for censoring (or jailing, or killing) skeptics or scientists who have a different assessment of the climate situation other than the one the cultists are brainwashed with. And I also mentioned the transgender movement which is itself a cult in which some forms of speech are also censored such as correctly referring to a biological male as “he,” etc.

Another example of a religious cult is the worship that many people have of the State, or specifically the centralized U.S. government in Washington. That took a turn for the worse after World War II with the Cold War national security state in Washington that was already a religious cult by the time it felt so threatened by President John F. Kennedy’s wanting to dismantle the Cold War apparatus of “national security” and encourage peace and free trade, that the national security state had to take out JFK. That national security state cult has controlled “America” and the U.S. government ever since.

Finally we had someone in Donald Trump who was willing to at least criticize the national security state and wanting to “drain the swamp,” even though in his cognitive dissonance Trump at the same time worships the military and government central planning. Go figure.

But, as long as Trump even questioned, for instance, the legitimacy of the wars in the Middle East, combined with his politically incorrect rhetoric, the Establishment including the national security state in Washington couldn’t have that. The Washington religious cult and the enforcement of conformity and obedience to the centralized authority was being threatened. And the now entrenched PC culture in Washington was also threatened.

So, in the tradition of J. Edgar Hoover the apparatchiks made use of the FISA spying authority and made up stuff about Trump to “leak” to the news media wing of the government, and the whole “Trump-Russia collusions” false narrative and the Mueller investigation went on for years.

And don’t forget late last year that “anonymous” source from within the White House who allegedly wrote that New York Slimes op-ed in which the Slimes said s/he was a “senior official in the Trump administration” who was admitting to sabotaging the Trump agenda.

So the “Russia collusions” false narrative didn’t work, and immediately after the Mueller Report found “No Trump-Russia collusions,” “no there there,” the apparatchiks then went on to demand Trump’s tax returns, with no actual crime they suspected him of and no initial evidence and reasonable suspicion, in their next fishing expedition. (Due process, in case you didn’t know, isn’t the fave of religious cultists who point at someone they don’t like and falsely accuse him of something.)

So now the national security state comrades, in their drooling brainwashed obedience to State authority and worship, are abusing their access to information in the White House to falsely accuse Trump of whatever they can come up with to try to get rid of him, without having to do what their predecessors did to JFK. I’ll bet they can take ANY phone call between Trump and any other foreign official and make use of some innocent, routine thing Trump might have said, to then falsely accuse him of some egregious violation of the Constitution. So this time they have used his conversation with the Ukrainian president.

We can see how brainwashed people are, such as many in the news media who are reporting as fact what Adam Schiffty read in the Committee’s hearings with the acting director of national intelligence Joseph Maguire, even though Schiffty just made it up, his portrayal of Trump as a mob boss demanding a quid pro quo, which the actual transcript does not show. The “news” media including the morning news reader on Bloomberg Radio yesterday morning referred to Trump as asking the Ukrainian president “to dig up dirt” on Joe Biden, which is what Adam Schiff said (the made-up script) but not what Trump actually said (according to the actual transcript). And the government groupies at NPR were doing that too.

So all throughout the news media we had “Trump-Russia collusions,” repeated by government-worshipers who just take the word of government officials as The Word never to be questioned or challenged with no investigative reporting necessary. And now we have the Trump-Ukrainian president phone call, and Adam Schiff’s made up version that “news” media are repeating. And we have members of Congress calling for “impeachment” of Trump now, and for made up stuff.

This is how brainwashed many people are now, throughout Amerika, in the State cult. But that cult isn’t just on the part of anti-Trump, anti-conservative, anti-freedom people on the Left, but on the part of many who are defending Trump as well. And I have said it before, but Sean Hannity is the worst of the worst when it comes to propagandists for the State and specifically the national security state in Washington. If the political parties were reversed, and it had been the Bush FBI and DOJ who used FISA spying authority to spy on the Obama campaign in 2008 and all that was surfacing in 2009-2010, I think that in such a case Sean Hannity would be defending the FBI and DOJ apparatchiks and participating in suppressing information in the same way that all the leftist “news” media have been suppressing the facts and pushing lies and propaganda since Trump was elected. And Hannity would be cheering on a hypothetical “witch hunt” against Obama using made up stuff, in my view. Just like with the Bush Jr. war in Iraq. And the rest of them on conservative talk radio and Fake News Fox News.

If you remember after 9/11, some people such as Harry Browne and others brought up the likelihood that there wouldn’t have been a 9/11 if the U.S. government had not started a war against Iraq in 1991 and imposed sanctions and no-fly zones that caused the deaths of hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraqi civilians by the year 2000.

In response to that valid claim, plenty of people in America including Hannity would label the truth-tellers as “blaming America” for 9/11 or “joining with the enemy,” etc. That is because people who are brainwashed to love and adore and worship the national security state in Washington, including the military, cannot accept the possibility that what the government and military had been doing for years or decades was morally wrong, criminal, and evil. They just cannot fathom that, so they attack the truth-tellers.

The worshipers of the national security state include most of those talk-radio ditto-heads, including Hannity, Dennis Prager, and Rush Limbaugh. I have heard them defend the U.S. military’s bombing of Korea and Vietnam and mass murders of hundreds of thousands, as well as the atomic bombing and mass murders of hundreds of thousands in Japan. We hear them constantly saying how “pro-life” they are, “it’s immoral to kill one innocent human being,” and so on. Yet they rationalize the government’s murders of innocents, based on the government’s lies and propaganda. They were obediently believing of the Bush administration’s propaganda, and were all in on the “war on terror,” in Afghanistan and Iraq.

It’s a part of State worship that many people are brainwashed with on a daily basis from their earliest days in school, pledging allegiance to the flag, i.e. obedience to State authority. They have been conditioned to be True Believers in the real god, the State. And it is this cult of “American Exceptionalism” which is why so many people dismiss the ideas of decentralization as “fringe” thinking. (Decentralization is necessary to restore our freedom.)

So the America Cult that is a part of the government-worship cult is another example of religious cults in America.

Another religious cult is the vaccine cult. Yes I am going there. This is one in which the “news” media repeat all the pharmaceutical industry promotions as “news,” and in which people say that the “science is settled,” and this or that has been “debunked,” even though it hasn’t been debunked. People are derogatorily called “anti-vaxxers” by the vaccine True Believers even though most of the so-called “anti-vaxxers” are ex-vaxxers because they saw with their own eyes what vaccines had done to their kids.

All the totalitarian crapola despite the fact that the flu shot is as little as 10% effective, vaccines and their aluminum or mercury adjuvants have been proven to negatively affect health, moods and behaviors via their causing neurological disorders, and the federal government (that many people worship for some reason) has paid out over $4 billion in compensation to families for vaccine-related injuries.

And the measles hysteria. Are you serious? Local and state governments are mandating possibly harmful vaccines based on pure hysteria and ignorance. They’re removing exemptions and really forcing it on the people! Talk about a totalitarian society in Amerika!

In the old days, like in the 1960s and ’70s when I was a kid, parents had “measles parties,” in which they intentionally let their kids get the measles so they could develop natural lifetime immunity, whereas in these later years the medical establishment (that many people worship as well, which is why it’s so closely aligned with the State that people also blindly worship) says people can instead have vaccines and they’re fine. Well, no they’re not.

And we know it’s hysteria when people are treating the measles like ebola, even though measles is not that serious, it’s like a bad cold or flu but with spots. Rarely does anyone actually die from the measles. It’s not something to be that upset about and panic over.

See Barbara Loe Fisher of the National Vaccine Information Center on the measles. And Sharyl Attkisson on what the news isn’t saying about vaccine-autism studies.

And we know it is a cult when major Internet platforms and social media are censoring non-Establishment sources of information on vaccines, “de-platforming” bloggers and businesses, and taking down people’s blogs and websites. All in the name of ignorance and hysteria. Yes, that’s a “cult.”

One example of a very well done blog that was taken down was Jon Rappoport’s blog, that WordPress.com took down, probably because of his writing on the vaccines. Here is his new blog, that I have been linking to recently.

I know there are those who don’t want to think of themselves as “brainwashed” or as a part of a “cult.” Oh, well. Sadly, there are many people who need to be deprogrammed. And that is what we have now, in 21st Century Amerika.

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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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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.)

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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.”