Chris Hedges says the thought police are coming
John Whitehead discusses the police state in Amerika: Orwell’s 1984 is no longer fiction.
Luke Henderson on how war created taxation.
And Jacob Hornberger on the tyranny of drug laws.
James Bovard writes about Obama’s forgotten frauds and debacles.
Ron Paul says, Hey Trump: Remember WikiLeaks?
Patrick Cockburn shows why the U.S. government is persecuting Julian Assange.
Aaron Kesel on the creepy Amazon and Facebook who both want to read human emotions.
Edward Curtin writes about speeding into the void of cyberspace as designed.
Zero Hedge with an article on the fraudulent edits in the Mueller report.
Andrew McCarthy asks, Was Brennan’s “intelligence bombshell” the Steele Dossier?
And Prof. Stephen F. Cohen asks, How did Russiagate begin?
Lee Friday asks, Does the State care more about tax evasion than murder?
Brian Miller writes about the history of the militarization of police.
Zero Hedge with an article on Obama intel chiefs panicking: Trump to declassify Russiagate docs.
Sayer Ji writes that “measles” caused by MMR vaccine reaction, acknowledged by New Hampshire state officials.
Joe Lauria on the new Julian Assange “Espionage Act” indictment.
Scott Shackford on new espionage charges against Assange: bad for journalists, worse for citizens.
Zero Hedge with an article on a CIA whistleblower who says that Julian Assange will be railroaded by the “hanging” judge.
Craig Murray discusses the Swedish arrest warrant for Assange.
Jeff Deist on Envy, Inc.
Wendy McElroy on the parallel universes that are America.
Mac Slavo says that young people are increasingly blaming “climate change” for not saving for retirement.
Bill Tallen confronts the myths about “arming teachers.”
Gary Barnett writes about the ongoing destruction of the minds of children.
And Brandon Smith on academic elitists inventing a new way to rig voting.
Paul Craig Roberts has this post on how the Assange/Manning cases discredit humanity, and he sure is not afraid to say what’s on his mind here. Corrupt U.S. national security state bureaucrats and judges are trying to pressure and coerce Manning to falsely testify against Assange, in other words to commit perjury, just as they were trying to coerce Jerome Corsi to commit perjury as part of the “Trump-Russia collusions” false accusations. Here, the agents of the U.S. regime want revenge against Manning and Assange for revealing the war crimes of the military.
Jon Rappoport’s WordPress.com blog is still down. But a blogger or twitter commenter linked to an archived article of his, from July of 2015: “Vaccines: an ideal covert op to genetically re-engineer humans.”
Gareth Porter asks, Do Iranian “threats” signal organized U.S.-Israel subterfuge?
Thomas Knapp says that a U.S. war on Iran would be evil, stupid, and self-damaging.
Ann Garrison reviews professor Stephen F. Cohen’s book, War with Russia?
And Laurence Vance says that Roe v. Wade did not legalize abortion in the United State. (Hmmm. Vance says that abortion actually was already legal in some states but with restrictions, prior to the Roe v. Wade decision. Especially in New York, which had the most liberal abortion policy.)