Judge Andrew Napolitano on government tyrants vs. the freedom to pursue happiness.
Jim Davies: The bogus plague of 2020.
Brian Shilhavy, Jon Rappoport: Pharmaceutical industry is the largest offender of criminal fraud based on settlements and judgments for the False Claims Act.
Bill Wirtz: The chilling return of “Papers Please”
Becky Akers asks, Is Chicago in the U.S. or the USSR?
Neenah Payne: “Social distancing”: attack on the First Amendment!
Daisy Luther asks, What will schools look like after COVID? Prison camps.
Jacob Hornberger: Businesses, employees, and the coronavirus crisis.
David Stockman: Wake up, Donald! Your malpracticing doctors are the real killers.
Laurence Vance: Government tyranny should come as no surprise.
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.: Vaccine trial catastrophe: Moderna vaccine has 20% “serious” injury rate in high dose group.
And Jack Cashill: Seth Rich refuses to stay buried.
I’m still going through a lot of articles I have bookmarked. There are many to get through so I am a little backed up here. But here are some more.
Brandon Smith: The conman elites that want to “save us” from the coronavirus.
Tim Leonard: Guccifer 2.0’s hidden agenda.
Children’s Health Defense Team: Inflammatory syndrome affecting children: Kawasaki Disease, COVID-19 … or something else?
Jacob Hornberger has three reminders from the Bill of Rights, and says the early Americans would have rejected the U.S. government.
Barbara Boland: IG fired days after inquiring about Pompeo’s “donor dinners.”
Ryan McMaken: Do lockdowns work? Mounting evidence says no.
Gary Barnett: The coronavirus “dark winter” psy-op: question everything.
And Derrick Broze: This is why you can’t trust the fact checkers.
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.
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.