Author Archives: Morgan Reynolds

A Virus Blows Up Fiscal and Monetary Sorcery

by Morgan Reynolds So is everything alright with the economy?  The Fed’s in control, right?  Ok, then Trump is?  Hardy, har, har.  We’re experiencing a Warren Buffet moment: “Only when the tide goes out do you discover who’s been swimming … Continue reading

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The Crash of American Airlines Flight 587

by Morgan Reynolds Remember the crash of American Airlines Flight 587 on November 12, 2001, in the Belle Harbor neighborhood of Queens, New York City, only two months after 9/11?  Yes, I’d forgotten about it too.  But now we have … Continue reading

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New 9/11 Video Documents Where the Towers Went

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Failed Demolition in Dallas Exposes WTC 9/11 Fraud

by Morgan Reynolds On Sunday morning, February 16, 2020, an 11-story tower in Dallas laced with 300 pounds of dynamite was supposed to neatly implode in a controlled demolition.  It didn’t quite go as planned.  Steve Pettigrew, president of Pettigrew … Continue reading

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Turkish Plane Crash vs. the Fake Crashes on 9/11

by Morgan Reynolds Here we go again, comparing real Boeing plane crashes to expose–as simply as possible– the plane fakery of 9/11. On Wednesday, February 5, 2020, a Boeing 737-86J, reportedly 11 years old, landing on runway 06 in rainy … Continue reading

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Public Policy Insights

January 23, 2020 by Morgan Reynolds, Ph.D. Economics Professor Emeritus While I have been around public policy debates for decades, only recently did I become involved in a full-blown political campaign here in Arkansas.  I did some research on tax … Continue reading

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10 Minute Reynolds Reveal Interview with Dr. Judy Wood

RR Episode #19 25 June 2013 clip – 1stageofawareness Transcript – Christoph Jung of Berlin Germany (Thanks Christoph) Time: 10m 14s Dr. Judy Wood: The biggest issue is: why don’t more people see it?  That is the biggest puzzle. … Continue reading

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