If this nation does not abide by the rule of law outside our borders, why does anyone think we will do so within them?

"There is nothing, nothing, that the state ever does that does not derive from a presumed authority to employ whatever amount of deadly force its officials deem necessary—or just convenient—to ach

SOCIAL ENGINEERING THROUGH CRIMINAL LAW

"The death march toward extended criminalization of productive conduct will continue unabated until citizens recognize the demon for what it is and rebel against this mongrel concept. Until that time,

The inevitable happens!

Totally expected as the next phase of this crisis. One might assume that the repatriation by the Bundesbank of Germany's gold from the Federal Reserve has a tinge of similar expectations. As the whole

Excellent piece–a state of mass denial is not unique, it is human nature under power…

Excellent piece, worth reading--a state of mass denial is not unique, it is human nature under power laws and unfortunately a predictable response to a potentially civilization changing, chaotic par

"Rather than a democracy, we increasingly have an elective dictatorship

"People are merely permitted to choose who will violate the laws and the Constitution. Instead of revealing the “will of the people,” election results are often only a one-day snapshot of transien

The true character of fascism – the merger of big business with the government -…

"The true character of fascism - the merger of big business with the government - is readily obvious in the policies imposed by the Nazis before the Polish invasion. Once in power, Hitler dismissed nu

Ambrose Bierce’s Devil’s Dictionary, he defined history as “an account, mostly false of events mostly unimportant, which are brought about by rulers, mostly knaves, and soldiers, mostly fools.”

Death_of_A_Hero_The_General_The_Media_Adulation_And_The_Forgotten_Victims By David Cromwell, Co-founding Editor, Media Lens A glowing tribute to the general appeared in the Independent by Rupert Co

Regulatory burden is an indirect tax on the productive sector of the economy–one…

Regulatory burden is an indirect tax on the productive sector of the economy--one can be sure that none of this massive regulatory suppository was applied to the most destructive force in the American

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