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.”
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.