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So Much for the Peaceful Transfer of Power

So Much for the Peaceful Transfer of Power

By Michael Greer   I’m madder than hell and I can’t take it anymore! I can’t stand the hypocrisy of the Left! I can’t stand their deceit! From the minute Donald Trump won the Presidency the Left has done everything possible to overturn the election….So much for the peaceful transfer of power.    The Left […]

“Thank you for your service, Soldier.” Signed, A Grateful Nation

“Thank you for your service, Soldier.” Signed, A Grateful Nation

    By Deborah Baber Savalla On Saturday June 23, 2018, the Ventura County Vietnam Veterans again raised the money and dedicated their time making the Moving Wall, a half-sized replica of the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, DC, a reality in our county. These tireless veterans and their supporters deserve our profound thanks for a moving […]

Charlottesville: black and white conflict in America

Charlottesville: black and white conflict in America

  By Jon Rappoport (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.) And the solution that almost no one appears to want—why are people allergic to solutions that work? My tech partner and producer, Theo Wesson, has made several notes on the latest episode of black-white conflict in America, Charlottesville: “Classic two-pronged Maoist tactic…. (a) […]

If you want to fight a Taliban insurgency, fight like an insurgent

If you want to fight a Taliban insurgency, fight like an insurgent

by LAWRENCE SELLIN, PHD, May 13, 2017 According to a senior White House official, President Donald Trump is deciding between two U.S. strategies in Afghanistan, one “more kinetic” and the other “less kinetic.” The more kinetic plan envisions an increase of at least 3,000 U.S. troops to the existing levels of about 8,400, a matching […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Skin Deep

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Skin Deep

By L. Neil Smith A while back, I wrote a piece about Gwyneth Paltrow (you probably know her as Pepper Potts from “Ironman” or as Viola de Loesseps in “Shakespeare In Love”– which she won the Academy Award for) lamenting the fact that such a lovely creature can make completely stupid remarks, politically and economically. To paraphrase Julie Brown, […]