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How the Council on Foreign Relations Controls Republican Conservatives

by Gary North As published on The Tea Party Economist September 3, 2012 I sent a stripped-down version of my movie review of 2016 to my Tea Party Economist list. I knew it would outrage some of them. Why did … Continue reading

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No Government Kills its Own People? Oh Yeah?

by Morgan Reynolds ABC just quoted Syrian president (tyrant) Bashar Assad as saying, “We don’t kill our people … no government in the world kills its people, unless it’s led by a crazy person.” Talk about a hopelessly wrong argument!  … Continue reading

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The Confederate Veterans’ Reunion 100 Years Ago

The Confederate Veterans’ Reunion 100 Years Ago By Morgan Reynolds May 23, 2011 It is rare to see anything penetrating or remotely honest by the corporate media on government scams like Pearl Harbor, the Apollo moon landings or 9/11.  So … Continue reading

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The Bush Bunch in Babylon

The Bush Bunch in Babylon Morgan Reynolds – January 8, 2005 Gene Lyons is my favorite leftist columnist down here in Arkansas and the other day he quoted a chilling account from The Economist: “…American soldiers tack [bilingual notices] to … Continue reading

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Lying is the Life’s Blood of Politics

Lying may be the lifeblood of politics, but sometimes it gets so absurd, so bald, so over the top, I can’t let it pass. If nothing else, the big whoppers expose the contempt these jerks running for office have for … Continue reading

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The Warmonger-in-Chief

The rate of descent of this faith-based administration has accelerated to breath-taking g forces over the past few weeks. Just a month ago, the book (Ron Suskind, The Price of Loyalty) and interviews (60 minutes, Time, etc.) expressing former Treasury … Continue reading

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Causus Belli: Illiberal Ideology

Name a war and the alleged causes are numerous: man’s innate aggression, vainglorious princes, stupid tyrants, imbalances of power, preserving the union, the military industrial complex, ties to al-Qaeda, WMDs, democracy, freedom, and a hundred other reasons. And what about … Continue reading

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