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.
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.
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.