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British Ambassador Craig Murray Exposes the Corrupt and Censored Assange Extradition Hearing

Ambassador Murray is upfront: “I strongly expect the final decision was made in this case even before opening arguments were received.” Although the hearing is being conducted in a British court, the US government has controlled the hearing and has determined what evidence could be presented: “The plan of the US Government throughout has been to limit the information available to the public and limit the effective access to a wider public of what information is available. Thus we have seen the extreme restrictions on both physical and video access. A complicit mainstream media has ensured that those of us … Continue reading

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Hitler and the Democrats: Leftwing Kindred

“Michigan Democratic Rep. Brenda Lawrence compared President Donald Trump’s presidency to Adolf Hitler’s rule during the Holocaust” it was reported earlier this month. Please note that this statement was made in a public forum by a national level Democrat who is a member of the US House of Representatives. Early in August Jim Clyburn, the House majority whip and one of the most powerful Democrats in Washington said this of Donald Trump on CNN: “I feel very strongly that he is Mussolini, Putin is Hitler.” Given how unhinged the Democrats are these days, we actually have to commend Clyburn for … Continue reading

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Self-Defense and ‘Taking the Law into Your Own Hands.’

The riots in Louisville are only the latest in a long string of violent, raging mob riots by the criminal Marxist BLM movement, their mostly-white “antifa” thuggish allies, and assorted looters. In this case, “Two police officers have been shot in Louisville, Ky., amid riots following the announcement of an indictment in the shooting of Breonna Taylor. Louisville chief of police Robert Schroeder confirmed that the officers were shot and were taken to a local hospital. Schroeder told reporters that one of the officers was undergoing surgery but in stable condition, while the other was alert and stable. Police have … Continue reading

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Will California Restore Affirmative Action?

As everyone knows, over the last couple of decades California has become a one-party Democratic state. Democrats hold a better than three-fourths hyper-majority in the State Assembly and their control is nearly as overwhelming in the State Senate. California has our nation’s largest Congressional delegation, and of its 53 members only seven are Republican. Not only is every statewide officeholder a Democrat, but no Republican has won such a race in almost 15 years, with many of the recent contests not even featuring a Republican on the November ballot. The once-proud Republican Party of Reagan and Nixon has been reduced … Continue reading

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Lessons on Inflation From the Past

This article examines two inflationary experiences in the past in an attempt to predict the likely outcome of today’s monetary policies. The German hyperinflation of 1923 demonstrated that it took surprisingly little monetary inflation to collapse the purchasing power of the paper mark. This is relevant to the fate of the “whatever it takes” inflationary policies of today’s governments and their central banks. The management of John Law’s Mississippi bubble, when he used paper money to rig the market is precisely what central bank policy is aimed at achieving today. By binding the fate of the currency to that of … Continue reading

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Conspireality: Is It Time for a Serious Conversation?

One thing I’m noticing now more than ever before in my experience as a journalist and researcher, and as a human in general, is that people are hungry for information that is deeper than what they are getting through the mainstream media. It feels as though people are beginning to recognize that there is a degree of corruption involved in our world and that politicians and traditional media outlets have been compromised in the process. How can you weed through the confusion? What media can I trust? What is the truth? These are all big questions many are now having. … Continue reading

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Pinko Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Stick Their Elitist Noses into US Politics, Preach About ‘Hate Speech’ & the ‘Most Important Election’

Now living in the US, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have already started preaching to American voters, saying this presidential election is the “most important in our lifetime” and shaming people into voting. In the new video made for the Time 100 list, the British royal family members, who have given up their royal duties, aren’t committed enough to endorse an actual candidate for November, but it’s pretty clear which way they are urging folks to vote. “Every four years we are told the same thing, that this is the most important election of our lifetime,” Markle says. “But this one is. When we … Continue reading

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Never Again! (Some Restrictions May Apply)

There are certain “firsts” we all remember from youth. Our first kiss. Our first car. Our first time being chased off a college campus by an angry mob of Jews shouting, “Never again!” Okay, that last one may be unique to me. See, that’s what happened when I was invited by a student group to speak at UCLA in January 1992. After I was pummeled on stage in front of news cameras, a furious mob of about 200 students, Chabad members, and Jewish activists began chanting, “Never again! Never again!” as I fled like Don Knotts with a hotfoot. So I take … Continue reading

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And Then What? – We Daren’t Not Look into the Abyss

Secular Millenarianism – the belief that some transformative catharsis in history has the power to expunge the crimes and follies of the past – has a long and bloody history. The notion originally owes to religion. Theories of human ‘Progress’ as an upward-trending, linear continuum, inevitably leading to ‘a better human end’, though clothed today as technological ‘miracles’, were never empirical hypotheses. They were always concocted myths, answering to a human need for meaning, yet manipulated ruthlessly in the interests of power. But what are such myths doing in a modern U.S. Presidential election? Quite odd. Suddenly, American politics now … Continue reading

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A Hundred Years in the Future: The Joy During the Lockdown

A dreamer dreams many things. In this case, he was merely walking from his living room to the kitchen, and a thought struck him, and he went AWAY for a few seconds, and a two-part dream laid itself out like a fresco…then folded up and disappeared. He shook his head and resumed walking to his kitchen to make coffee. Crazy, he thought. Where did THAT come from? He looked at his watch. Another day in lockdown. PART ONE OF THE DREAM On May 14, 2266, the New England Journal of Medicine and Psychology published a paper titled: WHAT IS ‘A … Continue reading

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Secret Court Rules It Lacks Jurisdiction To Reveal Its Own Secret Opinions

In April, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court of Review (FISCR) published an opinion that set the civil liberties community on edge. It addressed whether it had jurisdiction to resolve several First Amendment claims seeking access to opinions of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC). FISCR acknowledged that civil liberties groups that brought suit had satisfied two of the three jurisdictional requirements. First, a lack of access to these opinions was unquestionably an injury that could be redressed by a court, making the case actionable and live. Second, the FISC withheld those opinions based on federal law. But FISCR found that … Continue reading

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666,666,666 Immigrants

Center-left Vox pundit Matthew Yglesias’ new book One Billion Americans: The Case for Thinking Bigger is actually two contradictory polemics. The book is both a sensible call for making family formation more affordable for younger Americans, and a demented demand for tripling the population of the United States (currently one-third of a billion) via immigration, thus ruining the chances of tens of millions of actual Americans to afford marriage and children. There’s really no way to reconcile Yglesias’ two requests: —We should figure out smart ways to make life a little less stressful for Americans so they can have children as well … Continue reading

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Is Evidence Masks Don’t Work Being Purged From the Internet?

The dentistry journal Oral Health Group has removed a research paper from its website which found masks do not work to halt the spread of disease. They claim the paper is “no longer relevant in the current climate”. The article – “Why Face Masks Don’t Work: A Revealing Review” – has been used as a source before by us before (see here), and was a great collation of all the research studies done on the effectiveness of masks as a disease prevention tool. In general it found the evidence suggested masks have little to no value as infection preventatives. The author, John … Continue reading

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