Jim Davies: 1776 Reconsidered.
Charles Burris: The Duplicitous Buckleys: Like Father, Like Son
Marilyn Singleton, MD: Mask Facts.
And Daniel Larison: Wartime Without End, War Powers Without Check.
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.
Reps. Andy Biggs and Ken Buck ask, Is Anthony Fauci helping or hurting?
Veronique de Rugy: Life is completely different, except for the bureaucrats.
Bill Sardi has a letter to Dr. Fauci.
Jacob Hornberger asks, Is it time for a new direction?
Robert Wenzel: The COVID-19 testing cover-up?
Thomas DiLorenzo asks, Will the Gates/WHO/CDC Cabal sneak an anti-fertility drug in their COVID-19 vaccine?
James Bovard says it’s time to track the FDA’s death toll.
Richard Ebeling asks, What comes after the coronavirus, freedom or despotism?
Wendy McElroy: The lesson of a crash that cured itself.
John Tamny: Peter Navarro has got to go.
And Michael Thau: God help us all: Dr. Fauci knows exactly what he’s doing.
Queen Elizabeth II recently spoke at an event commemorating the 75th anniversary of “D-Day” during World War II.
And that reminded me of when Carol Burnett did The Queen on the Carol Burnett Show, with the late Harvey Korman as Prince Philip (although addressed as “King”), and the recently departed Tim Conway as the soldier who swallowed a live hand grenade before it went off. (I think Carol did a better job doing The Queen than her royal majesty herself, but don’t tell anyone I said that.)
Butler Shaffer on owners vs. managers.
William Anderson says that in federal courts, the worst rise to the top.
And Jacob Sullum discusses Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s unconstitutional assault on the NRA.
Could it be that the feds enabled James “Whitey” Bulger’s murder? Apparently, there is circumstantial evidence that indicates that possibility.
I will be writing more at some point, but this week I just haven’t had that much time. So, here are some more important articles to read.
Wendy McElroy says that due process is important. She makes very good points.
Besides Wendy McElroy, James Bovard is also constantly busy writing many articles highlighting the corruption, abuses and criminality of the bureaucrats who rule over us, and the importance of due process. This week, Bovard writes about when James Comey was an apparatchik in the Bush torture regime, and says the FBI shouldn’t be counted on to clear up the Kavanaugh-Ford mess.
And Walter Williams discusses racial disparities in school discipline. I didn’t know that kids are getting away with beating up teachers. Why aren’t the abused teachers pressing criminal charges against the assaulters?
James Bovard on Brett Kavanaugh and a political class drunk with power.
Zero Hedge with an article on corrupt IRS parasites as exposed by Project Veritas.
Laurence Vance shows how the Trumpist anti-free traders are supporting Soviet-style central planning.
Richard Ebeling on the rise of capitalism and the dignity of labor.
Joe Lauria discusses the New York Times as judge and jury.
Michael Rozeff on the crazy extent of identity politics at today’s colleges and universities.
And Bill Sardi discusses flu scare tactics.
The bureaucrats of France, Emmanuel Macron’s France, have ordered that “far-right” politician Marine Le Pen undergo a psychiatric examination for her posting of graphically violent images on social media that supposedly included Islamic State extremists killing innocent people. The government accuses Le Pen of “inciting terrorism or pornography or seriously harm human dignity.”
Totalitarian regimes do that kind of thing to dissidents or to those who attempt to express a particular reality that goes against the government’s narrative as repeated and reinforced by the media, and by intellectuals and pro-regime academics.
The rulers send a “disloyal” or “unpatriotic” citizen to a mental institution or to be evaluated by a government-approved or government-employed psychiatrist, usually to then either be involuntarily committed to the institution or drugged up with mind-altering drugs.
Now, while I believe that Marine Le Pen definitely has a right to express herself and post images, I don’t agree with her on emphasizing the Muslim extremism stuff.
What we do need to emphasize is that Western governments have been invading, occupying, bombing and tyrannizing Muslim countries for decades now and no wonder there is blowback. No wonder they retaliate in their own radicalized, primitive ways. (Actually, the U.S. and other governments’ violence against those countries has been that of primitives as well.)
But if France has been experiencing terrorism in recent years, they need to look in the mirror for the real causes. France’s regime has been one of the worst participants as far as warmongering on the Middle-East is concerned. So in addition to France’s warmongering criminality against foreigners, now France also wants to crack down on its own people, and punish their difference of views and speech with Soviet-like psychiatric impositions. Shame on France.
First, as long as we have the U.S. Constitution as the law of the land, it contains rules that government bureaucrats and their enforcers must follow. So as long as the bureaucrats and the rulers have power over us, we need that they have rules to follow, to protect out liberty.
But Gary Barnett has this article on the Constitution, with good questions to ask as far as how has it really helped to protect our liberty.
Ron Paul comments on Republicans’ responsibility for socialism’s comeback.
Jacob Hornberger on “price gouging.”
Tho Bishop says that in socialist Venezuela the poor starve to death while the politically powerful feast.
Ryan McMaken says that capitalism makes us more humane.
Jeff Deist with three lessons from the Kavanaugh debacle.
And Zero Hedge with an article on U.S. diplomats involved in trafficking of human blood and pathogens for secret military program.