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Jacob Hornberger: What Insurrection?

Eric Felten: 60 Years After Eisenhower’s Warning, Distinct Signs of a ‘Digital-Intelligence Complex’

Arjun Walia: Fact-Checker Claims No Causal Relationship Between 929 Deaths Reported After COVID Vaccine.

Aaron Maté: In Final Days, Trump Gave Up on Forcing Release of Russiagate Files, Nunes Prober Says.

Anthony Rozmajzl: Almost a Year Later, There’s Still No Evidence Showing Governments Can Control the Spread of Covid-19

Jon Rappoport: Defeating Covid Test Fraud: Memo to Lawyers and Clients.

Ryan McMaken: Why Dominion’s Defamation Lawsuits Are Garbage

Abigail Hall Blanco: Manufacturing Militarism: US Government Propaganda in the War on Terror.

Bonnie Kristian: The Biden Administration Is Taking Steps to Stay in Iraq Forever.

Moon of Alabama: Biden Commits To Forever War On Afghanistan.

Thomas Spain: Why “Stakeholder Capitalism” Is a Disaster for Entrepreneurs

Robert Murphy: When Is Short Selling Fraudulent?

And Robert Wheeler: Scientists Have Created Programmable Robots Made of Living Tissue. What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

A Debate Between Two of NH Gov. Sununu’s Republican Primary Opponents

The Republican governor of New Hampshire, Chris Sununu, is considered by freedom lovers to be a tyrant who has abused his office especially when ordering businesses closed and causing economic chaos and job losses, much like the fascists in many other states, based on the scamdemic that we are still suffering. Sununu’s latest act of fascism was ordering the people of New Hampshire to have to wear masks on their faces if in gatherings of over 100 people, despite the studies which show that the face masks do not prevent the transmission of viruses and in fact could cause harm to the individual.

As I have mentioned previously, Sununu has two opponents in the Republican primary this September 8th, Nobody and Karen Testerman. I had written about Nobody, who had his name legally changed to Nobody, in this post.

There was a debate between Nobody and Testerman and, while Chris Sununu was invited to participate, he decided to snub his opponents. The debate between the two opponents was moderated by Mark Edge of Free Talk Live.

The two primary opponents discussed government schools, the drug war, COVID and Sununu’s fascist business closures, recent riots and violence in the cities in Amerika, and the possibility of New Hampshire state secession.

It certainly was a good debate and discussion. Very good points made by both candidates.

Besides Sunono’s fascism with COVID, he is also an anti-freedom-of-speech, anti-private-property, anti-freedom-of-association SJW in his signing the bills banning “discrimination” based on gender identity, and banning so-called “conversion therapy.” So the governor believes there are thought crimes which must be punished. He signed the bills only weeks before his previous reelection as governor in 2018. Conservatives who don’t know about that might want to consider ousting Sunono for those reasons as well as COVID fascism.

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Jacob Hornberger: Judicial Tyranny in the Drug War.

John Kiriakou: Know Your Rights. Don’t Talk to Cops at the Airport

Peter Koenig: Is the UN Preparing for the “Second Covid Lockdown”? Oppressive Measures Worldwide, Obedience and Acceptance…

Robert Wenzel: COMING: Class Action Suit Against Those Responsible For The Lockdowns

Matthew Ehret: How ‘The Great Reset’ United COP-21 and COVID-19: The Rise and Fall of Predictive Models

Jacob Sullum: Trump’s War on Economic Freedom

Jack Burns: State Law Lets Cops Steal Cars of Innocent People, and They’ve Done it 14,000 Times in 3 Years

Wayne Dupree: Here’s How November’s Election Could Lead To A New Civil War In America

And Alan Reynolds: When the Minimum Wage Rises, A Million More Fall Below Minimum

Anti-Capitalist Corporate Amerika

Robert Wenzel with a post on corporations aiming to boycott Fakebook, but not for the right reasons, no, for very wrong reasons. It’s because Fakebook is not censoring “hate speech” enough. Of course, one person’s “hate speech” is another person’s “normal speech.” The anti-“hate speechers” tend to be those who think that “hate speech” means speech that criticizes the gubmint, or that criticizes or makes fun of stupid, silly people, like Hillary Rotten Clinton, or Ronald McDonald Trump, or entities such as Fakebook.

In my view, there is no need for censorship of so-called “hate speech.” This is why those platforms have something called “comments” sections, so that if you do disagree with the post, you can write something on there yourself and explain your disagreement. But the censorship/book-burning Nazis don’t agree with me there. They just want to ban speech that isn’t what they have been trained by their elders or teachers to be acceptable and tolerable.

Wenzel writes: “More than 150 companies have decided to stop advertising spending on Facebook for the month, including Verizon, Coca-Cola, Unilever, Honda, Lending Club, Ben and Jerry’s and The North Face.” Humph. I have a great jacket by North Face that I got at TJ Maxx. Oh, well.

Wenzel also mentions that the anti-capitalist movement is also going after Target for calling cops on black shoplifters. Does this mean they don’t call the cops on white shoplifters? I find that very hard to believe. If I had a store, I’d call the cops on anyone who is stealing from me. Couldn’t care less what your skin color is. What matters is what you do. Shame on shoplifters.

Corporate Amerika should take its nose out of social activism, and stick with attempting to provide the best products and services so that our standard of living can go back up following the current decline that was caused by brainwashed social activists.

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James Bovard on REAL ID in police state Amerika.

Aaron Kesel: London police implement real-time facial recognition devices; U.S. follows with first fully biometric airport. (More police state Amerika.)

Jacob Hornberger comments on the impeachment circus.

Caitlin Johnstone has good news regarding Julian Assange.

Arjun Walia: Association of American Physicians and Surgeons sues Rep. Adam Schiff for abuse of power to censor vaccine facts.

Julia Conley: Two key architects of CIA torture testify under oath in Guantanamo Bay. (“Doctors”!)

Per Bylund: Economics: The “other side” of politics.

Becky Akers says, Blame Leviathan, not us.

Paul Sperry: “Whistleblower” was overheard in 2017 discussing how to remove Trump.

Paul Craig Roberts on making sense of the impeachment charges.

Edward Curtin: The government that honors Martin Luther King, Jr. with a national holiday killed him.

Thomas DiLorenzo: Trump vs. Lincoln: What’s a Republican to think?

And Matheus Fialho Vieira says that trade sanctions are both immoral and ineffective.

Piketty Will Capitalize on Documentary Film of His “Capital in the 21st Century”

Robert Wenzel says a new capitalist-hate movie is out, a documentary based on Thomas Piketty’s book, Capital in the 21st Century, which promoted not lifting up the poor but taking down the wealthy. The truth is that with socialists and leftists such as Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, it’s all about envy and covetousness, it’s not about liberating the people so they have the freedom to do what they want with their lives, their abilities, labor and capital.

I’m sure that the capitalist-haters of this new film will appreciate their own capitalist benefits when they receive earnings from the film!

Related to all this, I had written a short blog on this about 10 years ago. A response to Michael Moore’s mistaken label of the 2008 Wall Street Bailout as a “capitalist” act by government. (Of course, if I wrote that now I think I would word some of it a little differently).

In that post, I wrote,

Capitalism is an economic system which recognizes those individual rights and private property rights and the right of freedom of trade and commerce. By its very nature, a socialist system violates those rights of private property and voluntary free trade, and, since the means of production includes the people, it therefore is a system of collective ownership of individual people and thus erases any idea of “individual” rights.

In socialism, the individual is owned by the collective and thus does not have any right to one’s own life and liberty. In socialism, the individual is a slave of the collective and of the state; only in capitalism does freedom of the individual exist.

Michael Moore does not realize that it is because of capitalist freedom that he earns a big profit from his films, from the people who voluntarily pay money to see them. That is an example of voluntary free trade among individuals that the force of socialism destroys.

However, because our country is a “mixed economy,” with some capitalist free trade allowed by the government, and some socialist-forced government confiscation of private wealth and earnings, half of Mr. Moore’s earnings are forcibly confiscated by the armed force of government and then redistributed to Wall St. executives and Big Banks and Big Finance and Big Mortgage, etc. That’s Socialism, NOT “capitalism”!

Mr. Moore and others would benefit by reading Mises’s Human Action and Socialism, Rand’s Capitalism the Unknown Ideal, and Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom.

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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?)

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Robert Murphy says, No, capitalism does not threaten humanity.

Zero Hedge with an article on spooks turned spox: U.S. media now filled with former intelligence agents.

Aaron Kesel with an article on Chinese soon will be required to use facial recognition technology to use the Internet.

Lew Rockwell has a biographical essay on Henry Hazlitt, the author of “Economics in One Lesson.”

Papers, Please! asks, Do I need ID to ride a train?

And Jacob Hornberger says that the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution trumps campaign finance laws; and don’t impeach Donald Trump for the wrong reasons.