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Caitlin Johnstone: Don’t. Side. With. The. Powerful.

Jacob Hornberger: State Coercion in “Education”

Paul Craig Roberts: Should We Be Protesting About George Floyd or Julian Assange?

Robert Wenzel: The Masked Crowd is Getting Super-Aggressive in the People’s Republic of San Francisco and the Surrounding Area

Gary Barnett: The Coronavirus Response Is Pure State Terrorism Based on Propaganda

Russ Bangs: The Ultimate Divide and Conquer.

Paul Sperry: Meet the Steele Dossier’s ‘Primary Subsource’: Fabulist Russian From Democrat Think Tank Whose Boozy Past the FBI Ignored.

Zero Hedge: “There Is No Proven Effectiveness” – Netherlands Refuses To Mandate Mask Wearing In Public.

Monica Showalter: Trader Joe’s Reverses Course and Says No to the Leftist Mob.

Rosemary Frei: The Seven-Step Path from Pandemic to Totalitarianism.

And Gateway Pundit: Ghislaine Maxwell Documents Released in Epstein Case Last Night Contain Redactions – THAT CAN BE UNREDACTED WHEN COPYING TO NOTEPAD.

Social Media Censorship: Who Are the Censors?

In a separate House Committee hearing in Washington, lawbreakers questioned Facebook honcho Mark Zuckerberg. The Congressman with the squeaky teenage boy-sounding voice, Jim Jordan, brought up many examples of Fakebook and Twitter censoring conservatives, libertarians, vaccine skeptics and hydroxychloroquine-advocating doctors, and examples of Big Tech “de-platforming” social media users.

Besides their regular censoring and banning and shadow-banning, the Big Tech companies are censoring by way of “de-platforming” and getting financial institutions, payment services, credit card companies, etc. to cancel users’ accounts, depriving them of the monetary benefits of their social media platforms.

The Big Tech “social justice” warriors are getting serious in their promoting wacko myths and superstitions, anti-diversity of thought and their intolerance of alternative viewpoints that do not repeat the Establishment’s official narrative or do not follow Big Tech’s allegiance to Big Pharma’s poison profits.

But who exactly are these people who are making the decisions on censoring or not censoring others, and deciding what information is legitimate and what isn’t?

Mainly, they are millennials, brainwashed by 12 to 16 years of government school indoctrination and college “social justice” crusades, of wacky loony-tunes propaganda and gibberish that means nothing in the real world.

As I wrote here and as described in this Federalist article, the workers at Google, for example, blacklist and shun other employees who have expressed any views (or any slight indications of such views, like “microaggressions”) which go against their brainwashed “social justice” orthodoxy mantras and slogans. They give “peer bonuses” to those other workers who enforce the rigid, intolerant conformity.

If you remember, former Google employee James Damore, who claimed that Google discriminates against white males and conservatives, had tried to sue Google for his firing. According to the lawsuit, Damore described Google as having “internal mailing lists catering to employees with alternative lifestyles, including furries, polygamy, transgenderism, and plurality, for the purpose of discussing sexual topics. The only lifestyle that seems to not be openly discussed on Google’s internal forums is traditional heterosexual monogamy…”

And, get this: “For instance, an employee who sexually identifies as ‘a yellow-scaled wingless dragonkin’ and ‘an expansive ornate building’ presented a talk entitled ‘Living as a Plural Being’ at an internal company event.”

As I wrote in my other post on that, “Loony-tunes much?”

The Damore-Google lawsuit also mentions Google’s internal memo with directions on “How to (Properly) Punch a Nazi,” in which it describes how to properly punch a Nazi, though it isn’t clear whether they give directions on how to determine whether someone actually is a Nazi. Some of the young, brainwashed snowflake nutjobs think it’s fine to just point someone out, such as at a demonstration or counter-demonstration, call him a “Nazi” and then attack him. The government-schooled ignoramuses do not understand due process and presumption of innocence, sadly.

And also according to the Federalist article, Google employees who do not conform to the brainwashed “social justice” orthodoxy have a “psychotic break from reality.” (I think it’s the other way around, ya think?)

And at Facebook, according to CNBC, employees there had complained about a “cult-like” atmosphere within the Facebook culture. It supposedly is a culture of enforced feigned love for the Facebook leadership while at the same time employees are discouraged from expressing any dissenting thoughts from the leadership’s top-down edicts. it seemed to be all about obeying the commands from the top and shut up.

So we have the irrational kookiness with these “social justice”-obsessed Big Tech companies and their authoritarian, intolerant nature of how things are run in these places. And these are the ones who will determine what is “truth” or what are “facts” to be allowed and what is “fake news” or “harmful” and should be censored, removed or de-platformed. Is there a way to boycott and “de-platform” Google, Fakebook, Twitter and the rest of those schnooks?

Some Remaining Rational Thought in USSA Amerika

Brandon Smith responds to Salon’s anti-freedom-of-speech idiocy.

Robert Wenzel: The Harvard law professor who wants to ban homeschooling, and What Noam Chomsky gets wrong about the COVID-19 crisis and capitalism.

Jacob Hornberger: Depoliticize the statues

Thomas DiLorenzo compares the “Civil War” era with today.

Richard Ebeling: Ad hominems against freedom.

Charles Burris: Statue of abolitionist Frederick Douglass vandalized in New York.

Michael Rozeff asks, Is refusal to talk to contact tracers a crime?

Lew Rockwell: Riots — Not fun or profit for the rest of us.

Laurence Vance: Democrats, Republicans, and the Constitution.

Jacob Sullum: Breonna Taylor and the moral bankruptcy of drug prohibition.

Independent Institute: Best books on the folly of socialism.

Karl Dierenbach: ‘Flattening The Curve’ has become a massive bait and switch.

Donald Boudreaux: Another open letter to Peter Navarro.

Zero Hedge: Ghislaine Maxwell “knows everything” and “will be naming names”, former Epstein associate says.

Dr. Joseph Mercola with a comprehensive article on the importance of Vitamin D.

And Karen Selick: The two sides to the vaccine safety debate.

“Black Lives Matter”: An Extreme Example of Today’s PC Intolerance

The United State of Amerika is now officially a crazy country, It’s literally crazy.

The political correctness run amok now has gone way beyond just being cringe-worthy or a laughingstock. Now the general population, corporation bigwigs, and especially Big Tech have joined the wackos in academia, Hollywood and the lunatic media in their brainwashing regarding racism and all the other “social justice” craziness.

For starters, Twitter and other Big Tech activists want to change words like “master” to something else, because certain words might refer to something (like “slavery”) that might offend someone or “trigger” some kind of emotional discomfort.

Like the realtors who are now changing “master bedroom” to “primary bedroom,” because someone somewhere might think you’re referring to slavery (I know I would think that a realtor is showing me a house in which that bedroom is reserved for the “master” who has actual slaves! Yes, I’m that dumb!).

Now, the loony-tunes at Twitter and elsewhere are going to change, according to CNET,

  • Whitelist becomes allowlist.
  • Blacklist becomes denylist.
  • Master/slave becomes leader/follower, primary/replica or primary/standby.
  • Grandfathered becomes legacy status.
  • Gendered pronouns (for example “guys”) become folks, people, you all, y’all.
  • Gendered pronouns (for example “he” or “his”) become they or their.
  • Man hours becomes person hours or engineer hours.
  • Sanity check becomes quick check, confidence check or coherence check.
  • Dummy value becomes placeholder value or sample value.

Those last two are obvious, because they might refer to how CRAZY these people are!

And “Black Lives Matter” now, with the protests, the vandalism, the violence, rioting and looting and burning down businesses, etc. What are they protesting? Police brutality? “Systemic racism”? Yep, there has been so much “systemic racism,” especially since all the Jim Crow laws were repealed 56 years ago, and look at all the affirmative action programs at all the college campuses and in the corporate world. All those black people being discriminated against in academia and business. It’s too much.

Because of all the “systemic racism” in USSA, Donald Trump’s tax cuts elicited the largest increase in employment for black Americans in history, giving black people JOBS so they can provide for themselves and their families. Such prosperity for black people was an insult to the outdated and fixated race activists that the extra-crazed statists among them had to take those jobs away from those black Americans! Wall Street sell-offs in February (as soon as the impeachment trial ended) and fascist governors ordering businesses closed. So much for all those new jobs for black people.

So anyway, I understand the anguish people feel when a white cop shoots, kills, assaults or harasses a black person. As I wrote in an earlier post, de-monopolizing community policing away from government control and greatly reducing the number of laws on the books (i.e. ending the war on drugs) would help a great deal toward resolving that issue.

But this stuff with tearing down statues because they refer to slavery, like doing that will really erase history from reality? That’s nutso.

Can’t you just walk by a goddamn statue and ignore it? It’s just a statue, it’s just sitting there, an inanimate object, not hurting anyone. And if someone is so fragile that he feels so upset seeing a statue, then maybe some therapy would be helpful.

And what about Jews? Do Jews feel upset if something refers to the Holocaust? What about the Holocaust memorial museum? Should that be taken down? Because it upsets Jews? It sure upsets me. It’s constantly reminding me that Hitler murdered millions of Jews. I just can’t handle such triggering. And maybe we should ban gas ovens as well? Wait, you’re going in the shower? That’s triggering me. Let’s remove all references to “Hitler” and “Nazi” from the history books, because that’s upsetting.

Nope. I don’t hear any Jews protesting at the Holocaust museums and telling the owners to close them down, and I don’t see Jews picketing Home Depot for selling gas ovens.

I know, some people don’t like my comparison, but I’m merely demonstrating how absurd all the irrational complaining and worrying about statues are.

And then there are the useful idiots getting on their knees and washing other people’s feet — how gross.

Recently, a University of Massachusetts nursing school dean was fired because she wrote in an email, “everyone’s life matters.” Can you believe that? So “Only Black Lives Matter” is what people are supposed to say, not “ALL lives” or “Everyone’s Life,” but “ONLY Black Lives.” And White Lives? We know the answer to that.

I refuse to say “Black Lives Matter,” because not all black lives matter, nor do all white lives matter, as far as I’m concerned. For example, a black comedian-actor, who is currently in prison because he drugged up women and then took advantage of them while they were unconscious. Now, what kind of sicko would do that? So as far as I’m concerned, if he were to keel over and croak that wouldn’t “matter” to me. The same thing with any perpetrator of violence, aggression or any violation of any victim’s person, life, liberty or property, whether the perpetrator is white or black or Asian or Hispanic, etc.

And the same goes for “Blue Lives Matter” as well. If a cop murders someone in cold blood, or even harasses and terrorizes some innocent person, that cop doesn’t “matter” to me.

I’m not going to put all people of one particular race, skin color, occupation, religion, etc. in a group and say “____ Matters,” because that would be implying all the people in that one particular group.

That is because we are individuals. This group identity obsession is a pathological cult now, the cult of identity politics, especially race and gender.

I stand for the victim of any act of aggression perpetrated by any aggressor. I touched on this in another post last week. I don’t stand with “Black Lives Matter” if some of its members terrorize a neighborhood, burn down businesses, break into businesses and loot from them, just as I don’t stand with the U.S. military when its members invade a foreign country, terrorize its people, break into homes and businesses and steal from them and rape and shoot and kill their people.

By the way, Sharyl Attkisson points out some of the black-on-white violent attacks that have taken place associated with “racism” protests, and she provides some disturbing videos as well.

Regarding the University of Massachusetts nursing school dean who was fired for writing “Everyone’s Life Matters,” Jonathan Turley wrote about that and pointed out how a lot of university faculty members all across the country are afraid to speak out against the censorship and purging of those who said or wrote politically-incorrect, officially-unapproved, and even non-offensive things. This is way not good in a free society. Academic freedom used to be the policy on college campuses, but it seems to be no more. Now the policy is a totalitarian, Archie Bunker-style intolerance (“Stifle yourself, Edith!), yes, just like the “right-wing neanderthals” of the past.

Is it really a good idea to suggest that black lives matter more than other, non-black lives? Why does it seem like Black Lives Matter doesn’t think that all black lives matter? Why is it offensive to suggest that “ALL lives matter,” or that “Everyone’s life matters”? It isn’t offensive, and it’s absurd to think that it is. And why is every little thing so offensive to people that we have to have censorship, Nazi-like book burnings, statue destruction and firing people for saying something totally innocent? What is wrong with people?

News and Commentary

Jacob Hornberger: Drug war obtuseness.

John Whitehead on the fascist Trump administration’s plans to further militarize the government schools and further strengthen the educational police state.

Matt Agorist with more examples from Amerika’s police state in the schools: 6-year-old girl taken from school without parents’ consent, held in facility for 48 hours for tantrum.

Chris Hedges: What is happening to Julian Assange will happen to the rest of us.

Natasha Lennard: The law says Chelsea Manning must be freed from prison.

New York Post with an article on why South Bend residents are warning America about Pete Buttigieg (another fascist).

Ryan McMaken on why governments hate secession. (The above articles give us good reasons for secession!)

Robert Murphy on the green fatal conceit: why physical science can’t tell us proper policy goals.

Richard Ebeling: Happy 90th birthday, Professor Israel Kirzner!

Allan Stevo: The vile Weinstein deserves a fair trial.

And Patrick Lawrence: Mike Pompeo’s latest delusion.

News and Commentary

Zero Hedge with an article on Zero Hedge suspended by Twitter, who apparently doesn’t believe in scientific inquiry.

Conor Friedersdorf: The torturers wanted to stop, but the CIA kept going.

Ron Paul: A million Iraqis asked us to leave. We should listen.

Robert Wenzel comments on Bernie Sanders’s socialist programs.

Brandon Smith: How viral pandemic benefits the globalist agenda.

Jon Rappoport on the Church of the Virus, and the China epidemic — implications for America and other countries.

Bill Sardi: The 2020 Coronavirus scare: better than any horror movie.

Alex Rubinstein and Max Blumenthal: Woke wonk Elizabeth Warren’s foreign policy team is stacked with pro-war swamp creatures.

Kevin Gosztola: To rig primary against Bernie, DNC chair Tom Perez nominates regime-change agents, Israel lobbyists, and Wall Street consultants.

Walter Williams on democracy and tyranny.

Moon of Alabama: The war in Afghanistan expands on both sides.

Jacob Hornberger: An unusual lawsuit against Iran.

Doug Bandow: Trump ignores the Saudis’ awful record on religious freedom.

MassPrivateI: Secret Service agents and U.S. Marshals are patrolling the schools.

Jeremy Kuzmarov: Truth a major casualty of the impeachment hearings.

Gateway Pundit: Exclusive: Christopher Wray’s FBI caught in another lie and cover-up — FBI emails on Seth Rich uncovered, and on a dark and dirty FBI agent still being protected by the FBI.

Chris Menahan: U.S. Army funds “Fully Automated Microaggression Detector” to “catch implicit bias” in the workplace.

Sheldon Richman: Trump lays an egg: The Israel/Palestine vision.

Daniel Lazare: Holocaust hypocrisy: Hawks use legacy of Auschwitz to push war.

Jonathan Cook: The Holocaust, BBC and anti-Semitism smears.

Eric Margolis on the Trump-Bibi grand theft property.

Richard Ebeling: FDR and Stalin planned the future of the world.

Laurence Vance on discrimination insanity.

And Alex Nowrasteh: There is no national security justification for Trump’s new immigration ban.

More News and Commentary

Jacob Hornberger: Pardon Assange and Snowden.

Ron Paul: Afghanistan War: the crime of the century.

Edward Hasbrouck: Bill introduced in Congress to end draft registration.

Caitlin Johnstone: How the MSM lies even when telling the truth.

Sharyl Attkisson: 107 media mistakes in the Trump era (updated).

Shane Trejo: Facebook bans top independent journalist from exposing YouTube censorship.

Didi Rankovic: 2019 was a low point for YouTube and demoralizing for creators and the community (linked from previous article).

Jenny Jane: School “quiet rooms”: solitary confinement for children.

Dorothy Cummings McLean: ‘Medical scandal,’ UK doctors break silence on treatment of gender-confused kids

Walter Williams: Your sex is not optional.

Robert Wenzel: Don’t get too excited about the matronly looking Klobuchar as a presidential candidate.

Becky Akers: At the intersection of tyranny and dictatorship. Politicians exploit unauthorized immigrants to get more voters, while violating the people’s right to travel.

Jon Rappoport: Interview with a retired vaccine researcher.

And Martin Armstrong: Vaccines and corruption.

More News and Commentary

Larry Johnson with what the Horowitz report should conclude.

Zero Hedge: AG William Barr disputes major inspector general report based on evidence.

Thomas DiLorenzo: The impeachment inquiry is one big criminal campaign financing scam.

Moon of Alabama on a new study showing that “Russian trolls” did not “sow discord,” and influenced no one.

Jim Davies on continuous war.

Kelley Vlahos asks, Was Sheldon Adelson acting as bag man for CIA in the Julian Assange case?

Ron Paul with a better way to fight the drug cartels than Trump’s militarist approach.

Thomas Knapp on what the “war on terror” will look like if Trump adds Mexico’s drug cartels to the mix.

Spencer Ackerman: Trump is first to use the Patriot Act to detain a man forever.

Jacob Hornberger: The Pentagon’s destruction of the Bill of Rights.

Lawrence Reed: Why the Pilgrims abandoned common ownership for private property.

Germinal Van: Africa’s socialism is keeping it poor.

Laurence Vance on private property rights and freedom of association.

Robert Wenzel: Jared Kushner’s plan to seize massive amounts of private property in Texas.

James Bovard on Deval Patrick’s past scandals and catastrophic cover-ups.

Tom Woods comments on the assertion that using statistics means you’re “silencing women’s voices.

Caitlin Johnstone: Narrative managers faceplant in hilarious OPCW scandal spin job.

Moon of Alabama: OPCW manufactured a pretext for war by suppressing its own scientists’ research.

Doug Bandow on Tulsi Gabbard’s attacking other Democrats regarding $6.4 trillion “regime change wars.”

Andrew Moran: Central bankers have declared war on your savings.

Walter Williams discusses fraud in higher education.

And Art Carden: The struggle to get education away from the State. (Ya think? After all the above?)

Abolish Government Schools

It is usually informative to hear Sean Hannity and others on the radio with the other side of the story that the mainstream media won’t give us, especially in the Democrats’ and national security state’s crusade to get rid of Donald Trump. But these same talk radio sheeple love the national security state, They love police and military, and armed and uniformed goons.They are authoritarians and believe in “America First” and not Freedom First, in my view. So if the political parties were in the reverse, I don’t believe they would be telling us about FISA abuses and so forth. And the conservatives, by the way, LOVE the government schools.

Anyway, it looks like the Democrats are going to “impeach” Donald Trump, and for made-up things promoted by all the invited guests, those career government parasites at the hearings. But the Democrats will not be impeaching Trump for his continuing to authorize drone strikes that do nothing but kill innocent civilians overseas or his criminally keeping Gitmo open, etc. Nope. Democrats don’t care about those things.

The Democrats don’t care about civil liberties or due process, as we have seen from their Mueller fiasco and this impeachment farce. And they don’t care about freedom of speech either. No, they care about someone saying or tweeting rude or obnoxious things, and they are obsessed with abortion.

And the apparatchiks of the national security state want to get rid of Trump because he refuses to be their puppet (or he’s trying not to be).

And they all know that whoever their nominee is in 2020, s/he will not beat The Donald. In theory, it would be easier to beat Mike Pence, but the Democrats’ and spooks’ 3-year-long crusade of political harassment and abusing the legal and legislative process will fail anyway.

What’s really disappointing on a daily basis is hearing all these “news” deliverers and “analysts” in the media, their repeating what the impeachment hearing witnesses are saying, that Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian President was a “quid pro quo,” despite the law requiring Trump to make sure corruption in a foreign aid recipient country is being addressed before receiving the aid, and despite the corruption with Joe Biden and Junior Biden.

The “news” media continuously call the stuff about the Bidens, Ukraine and the 2016 election “debunked conspiracy theories” like those media buffoons are programmed robots. So many people in the media do not think or act independently, they do little or no actual investigative research, and/or are just plain dumb people. Although there are some who aren’t so dumb, and they have seen plenty of actual information that refutes the official narrative, but they obediently and dishonestly carry on the Hate-Trump Crusade.

I think that most of those in the media repeating the official narrative are doing so out of laziness, obedience to authority, and because they have been brainwashed by their upbringings and government schooling to take the word of officials with a (D) after their name.

And I am not a Trump supporter as regular readers (if any still exist) know. If you are disillusioned with Democrats now but don’t like the Rethuglicans, you might consider supporting Jacob Hornberger in 2020. Just thought I’d throw that in there.

Now, what else has been in the news? The American Psychological Association style guide now endorses or requires using “they” as a replacement for he, him, she, her, etc., as a singular pronoun, according to the College Fix, even though “they” is a plural pronoun. The reason for this idiocy is to be more “inclusive” and “affirming,” and for authors to “avoid perpetuating prejudicial beliefs or demeaning attitudes in their writing.”

Harvard University was one of the first places of higher “education” to implement these changes, regardless of the likelihood that an “educational” institution’s use of incorrect grammar will cause such writers or speakers to leave a less literate impression on others. So, not good for job-seekers, in my view.

Maybe this is a part of the larger contributor to why so many people in the “news” media are themselves illiterate and why they believe everything that government bureaucrats tell them, no?

You see, there really are people who are so brainwashed now that they believe using “he” or “she” in writing is “demeaning” or “non-inclusive.” Most of the people who believe those things are the same kinds of people as described above, Democrats, who also don’t believe in freedom of speech and due process. And I thought Rethugs were bad.

Using “they” as a singular pronoun is bad because it is incorrect grammar. If people really are offended by it, then they, including those members of the American Psychological Association, need some kind of counseling. Talk about extremely insecure, neurotic sheeple! (And the American Psychiatric Association as well! They’re sick dudes, in my view.)

There’s a whole Wikipedia page devoted to “Singular they.” Doh!

Speaking of the formerly first-rate Harvard, another article by the College Fix tells us about Harvard hosting “Anal Sex 101” and “Oral Sex 101” workshops.

This sex obsession and perversion in our society is another contributor to the decline in literacy and thinking abilities in Harvard professors and their students, and among people in the “news” media, and escapees from the government schools.

According the the College Fix, “On-campus sponsors include Queer Students and Allies, Harvard College Women’s Center, Office of BGLTQ Student Life, Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, Harvard College Reproductive Justice Action and several other campus groups.”

“Reproductive Justice Action”? What is “reproductive justice”? (Making sure that Roe v Wade isn’t overturned? Killing their offspring as a “rite of passage” is these deranged SJW’s main purpose in life!)

The article quotes Mary Eberstadt, author of Primal Screams: How the Sexual Revolution Created Identity Politics: “It’s especially ironic that Sex Week gets Harvard’s imprimatur even as some of the men of #MeToo are appearing in courts. Sex Week promotes the same deformed view of the human person that led such men to harassment and assault in the first place: one dominated by pornographic narratives according to which human beings are always and everywhere available for any sexual permutation, no matter how problematic to their psyches or inimical to their health.”

We live in a perverted, sick society now. Can we reverse this? This is giving me a headache, quite frankly.

What else is in the news? Chick-fil-A will no longer donate to Salvation Army and other Christian-oriented charities. Obviously because of the loud screaming by the LGBT activists, who call the restaurant’s products “hate chicken.”

I think that “social justice” activists have decided to redefine the word “hate,” just as they are mangling singular and plural pronouns. And they have no clue as to what “quid pro quo” really means!

The Christian haters claim to be “anti-hate”? I. Don’t. Think. So.

I think that many of the LGBT activists are brainwashed. There’s no other explanation why they act this way. The same goes for the people in CONgress wasting time and money on a farce impeachment. They are brainwashed apparatchiks. Thanks to government schools.

And talk about totalitarian-minded fascists, these activists. Now we have LGBT activists demanding that others accept and “affirm” their ways of life! Others must accept the lunacy of transgender or multi-genders, or else the activists will make sure you get fired from your job, that you are deplatformed, that you are dropped from your credit card company, etc. They mean business, these activists.

Worse, the government schools are now requiring that little kids become activists for the government teachers and bureaucrats’ social causes, including the kooky ones noted above. According to Town Hall, 3rd graders will learn “how we can be agents of communal, social, political, and environmental change.” But don’t learn math, because that’s racist.

Abolishing government schools is really the only answer to all this crap, from the political ills to the social ills. That means no more local school committees, no more local superintendents of schools, no more crazy government-imposed curricula. Yes, this privatization and de-monopolization of education is necessary.

Unfortunately, the conservatives love government schools as a means to force their own repressive and authoritarian social agenda down the throats of kids. And unless the conservatives change their tune in their sheepish acceptance of government schools, then I think the leftists really will win.

More News and Commentary

Lee Friday asks, What if the majority voted for “None of the Above”?

Jim Davies on voting, the Libertarian Party, and Adam Kokesh.

Jeff Deist says that politics drops its pretenses.

Brendan O’Neill on the Spanish rulers and Britain’s Remainer elite’s contempt for democracy, treating voters like criminals.

Richard Ebeling says that progressivism is an imposter.

Robert Wenzel on Mark Zuckerberg’s defense of Fakebook censorship while defending freedom of speech.

Andrew Kern on why the State can’t claim our “implied consent.”

Kerry McDonald comments on education “equity.”

Veronique de Rugy says that on trade, both Trump and Warren get a fail.

Zero Hedge with an article on corrupt apparatchik Adam Schiffty kicking a Republican congressman out of a congressional hearing.

Jonathan Turley discusses Joe Biden’s attempt to silence news media reports on Biden family corruption.

Zero Hedge with an article on CIA “whistleblower” being assisted by James Clapper associate.

Charles Burris on the deep state and the anti-Trump coup.

Thomas Luongo on the plan for Hong Kong.

Dr. Mercola discusses psychiatric drugs and violence.

Jon Rappoport on the basics of a staged bioterror attack.

And Neville Raymond questions the official purpose for vaccination programs.

More Articles

Richard Ebeling discusses the personal State.

Zero Hedge with an article on celebrities passing off fake pictures of Amazon fires, here’s what the fires actually look like.

Ron Paul asks, Who are the real extremists?

Jacob Hornberger on the Guardian’s angry and nasty attack on David Koch.

Kerry McDonald explains how government ruined childhood.

Michael Snyder on incredibly sick, federally-funded experiments happening all over America.

Gary Barnett says that U.S. government sanctions are meant to cause deliberate human suffering.

Whitney Webb on Jeffrey Epstein, CIA, and Bill Clinton.

J.D. Tuccille comments on the revolving door between government and cable news.

Mac Slavo discusses Charles Koch and George Soros uniting and conniving to censor the Internet.

And Doug Bandow says, Forget annexing Greenland, start breaking up America.

More News And Commentary

John Solomon with an article at The Hill on 10 declassified “Russia collusion” revelations that could rock Washington.

Mike Maharrey: There is no “but” in “shall not be infringed.”

Walter Williams asks, What will kids learn at college these days?

David Stockman says, Not MAGA: The Donald’s visible economy scam.

Ted Galen Carpenter: Bring the troops home.

James Bovard on U.S. military’s benevolent bombing of Serbia.

Jacob Hornberger says end foreign aid to Israel and everyone else.

Ron Paul asks, Are recessions inevitable?

And Barbara Boland on U.S. gubmint seizing Iranian tanker.