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The Alt Right vs. Cultural Marxism

Despite recently being demonetized by YouTube, possibly for his anti-establishment views and slamming President Trump’s decision to increase troop levels in Afghanistan, former Texas Congressman Ron Paul is back with a video addressing the widening left-right political divide in the US – and the role that the “immoral use” of government force has played in fomenting the US’s present political crisis. Claiming that the US is “witnessing a battle between authoritarian groups in America”, the prominent libertarian and former politician says that the “Alt-Right” and Cultural Marxists are fighting to control a government that is bankrupt, doesn’t follow the Constitution, and controls … Continue reading

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Last Will and Testament

Jesse Cornish was a familiar face in the hard money movement from 1975 until his death in 1986. He was the master of ceremonies of the seemingly endless series of hard money conferences. He was the go-to guy when it came to introducing speakers. Jesse was a Lutheran equivalent of Burt Blumert. Burt was everybody’s favorite coin salesman in the hard money movement from the early 1960’s until his death in 2009. There is a Wikipedia entry on Burt, as well there should be. He was always in the background, ready to write a check for a libertarian cause. He … Continue reading

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Hillary Cackles

The expression “tin ear” does not begin to describe Hillary Clinton’s problem.  A good sense of humor is not among her presentation skills, to say the least. The mainstream media certainly don’t like President Trump’s sense of humor, but when it comes to Hillary, they even let pass her infamous “like with a cloth?” joke.  That moment was not only a groaner of epic proportion, but the most counterproductive attempt in memory to disarm a hostile questioner.  Instead of removing the issue from further discussion, it became an icon signaling her refusal to speak honestly about the destruction of evidence. Buy Silver … Continue reading

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5 Lessons From 9/11

The sixteenth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks has brought forth the expected conservative “never forget” nonsense in defense of a perpetual war on terror. Typical is Ben Shapiro, editor of The Daily Wire and host of the Ben Shapiro Show. On September 11, he wrote an article, “NEVER FORGET: The 5 Lessons We Should Have Learned From 9/11,” and spoke in a video about the five lessons America should have learned from the 9/11 terrorist attacks. He insists that the lessons of 9/11 “have been largely forgotten.” Here are his five “lessons we should have learned,” each with quotes … Continue reading

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Hiding in Your Home?

Do you ever walk through someone’s home and take note of items that could potentially be hazardous to their health? I know I do! I don’t mean to judge, but I can’t help but notice when people have fluoride-filled toothpaste sitting on their bathroom counters or chemical-ridden cleaners hiding in their cabinets. But, what if some of these items are sitting in your own home? Most people have toxic products linked to cancer in every corner of their homes, often without even realizing it. It’s not like the labels of these products all have a huge warning sign that reads, … Continue reading

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Equifax Is Not Your Friend

The Equifax security breach scandal keeps growing and growing. Their handling of the data breach that affected as many as 143 million accounts has been horrendous. Executives dumped their shares before reporting the stolen data. Following the breach, their website did not function properly, people got signed up for programs they did not want or need, and customer service has been dismal all around. Equifax is Not Your Friend InTheseTimes reports The Equifax Hacking Scandal Is a Reminder That Credit-Reporting Agencies Are Not Our Friends. Last week, Equifax—one of the country’s three major credit-reporting agencies alongside Experian and Transunion—revealed that its security … Continue reading

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St. Louis Protests Persist, Defense Fund for Michael Flynn, Scary Clowns Back in the News: P.M. Links
  • St. Louis protestsProtests continue in St. Louis following the acquittal of a police officer for killing a black man after a car chase. The Department of Justice says they will not be filing federal civil rights charges against the officer. And eyewitness say they saw police chanting “Whose streets? Our streets?” after breaking up protests.
  • Republicans say again they’re closing in on votes to repeal the Affordable Care Act via a bill pushed by Sens. Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy, though Sen. Rand Paul is not a supporter.
  • Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn has started a legal defense fund over the federal investigation of his ties to Russia and the country’s alleged attempt to meddle in the presidential election.
  • The Navy has fired two more officers over recent fatal ship collisions.
  • Scary clown panic is back, this time leading to gunfire and criminal charges. There was an actual scary clown though, a dad who decided to terrify his 6-year-old child as a form of discipline. That seems … counterintuitive … but I’ve never had kids.
  • Activists in the Rohingya Muslim minority group in Myanmar claim that Facebook is removing posts documenting the ethnic cleansing targeting them.
  • Below is either the worst or best Congressional campaign ad of the fall. I cannot decide. It is possibly both:

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Conservative lawmakers from 19 states meet to discuss constitutional amendments for balanced budget, congressional term limits

State lawmakers from around the nation spent last week gathered at the Arizona state Capitol to iron out the details of how a constitutional convention to force conservative reforms on Washington could work. The historic meeting marks a huge step in the direction of making a long-discussed convention of the states a reality. 

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