Tag: News

for-martin-luther-king-day:-let-us-end-his-“second-assassination
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Jan
2021

For Martin Luther King Day: Let Us End His “Second AssassinationFor Martin Luther King Day: Let Us End His “Second Assassination

Martin Luther King Jr. day has been celebrated every January 18 since it was a made a national holiday through the tireless efforts of Martin’s widow Coretta in 1983. While many people take the opportunity to treat Martin’s life as a pre-packaged hallmark card of cliché speeches, far too few take the time to fully appreciate […]

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who-corrupted-big-tech?-—-part-2
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Jan
2021

Who Corrupted Big Tech? — Part 2Who Corrupted Big Tech? — Part 2

Google in particular appears to have been infiltrated by a particularly nasty brand of feminist. These mindless proponents of the cult of intersectionality demand equal rights and equal representation – in the boardroom and in Parliament, but not digging up the street at 3am to fix a broken water pipe. In 2017, a lawsuit was […]

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a-look-at-biden’s-cabinet-appointments-is-quite-telling-[video]
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Jan
2021

A look at Biden’s Cabinet appointments is quite telling [Video]A look at Biden’s Cabinet appointments is quite telling [Video]

From Fox News writer Sam Dorman, who did the compiling of this information, we have a comprehensive list of the appointment that the Joe Biden (handlers) adminstration intends to employ: (Sam Dorman’s piece appears below, edited slightly for conciseness) Pending Senate confirmation, here are Joe Biden’s Cabinet choices: Secretary of State: Antony Blinken – Blinken served as […]

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who-corrupted-big-tech?-—-part-1
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Jan
2021

Who Corrupted Big Tech? — Part 1Who Corrupted Big Tech? — Part 1

The recent outrageous actions of Jack Dorsey, his company and others, both covert and overt, has caused enormous controversy. Not simply his suppression of conservative voices on his platform during the run-up to the American general election – which Donald Trump won – but with the shadow banning that has been going on for some […]

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aleppo:-industrial-capital-of-syria-rises-from-the-ashes
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Jan
2021

Aleppo: industrial capital of Syria rises from the ashesAleppo: industrial capital of Syria rises from the ashes

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Saint Simeon, on the outskirts of Aleppo, was the largest church in the world in the fifth century. After Islam arrived in Syria, the country has remained a dense mixture of cultures and faiths, living in tolerance and cooperation until 2011, when a US-NATO war for ‘regime change’ began which destroyed […]

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counter-gang:-von-hayek-revives-mandeville’s-hellfire-club-in-the-20th-century
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Jan
2021

Counter-gang: von Hayek Revives Mandeville’s Hellfire Club in the 20th CenturyCounter-gang: von Hayek Revives Mandeville’s Hellfire Club in the 20th Century

From the Strategic Culture Foundation In Book 8 of The Republic, Plato’s protagonist Socrates observes astutely that “the ruin of oligarchy is the ruin of democracy. The same disease magnified and intensified by liberty overmasters democracy, the truth being that the excessive increase of anything often causes a reaction in the opposite direction and this is […]

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crime,-punishment-and-non-punishment-in-the-usa-(open-list)-(0-submissions)
14

Jan
2021

Crime, Punishment And Non-Punishment In The USA (Open list) (0 submissions)Crime, Punishment And Non-Punishment In The USA (Open list) (0 submissions)

There is a legal principle that the punishment should fit the crime, more specifically that the sentence should be proportional to the offence – a man shouldn’t be executed for shoplifting, nor receive probation for serial murder. For some crimes, the actual penalty may be far greater than that imposed by the court. A professional […]

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lisa-montgomery
14

Jan
2021

Lisa MontgomeryLisa Montgomery

As reported here last October, Lisa Montgomery was scheduled to be executed last month for the unspeakable crime of a foetal abduction – the murder of heavily pregnant mother Bobbie Jo Stinnett and cutting the baby out of her body. No further description is needed except to say that such a crime is horrific beyond […]

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keynes’-sleight-of-hand:-from-fabian-eugenicist-to-world-government-high-priest
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Jan
2021

Keynes’ Sleight of Hand: From Fabian Eugenicist to World Government High PriestKeynes’ Sleight of Hand: From Fabian Eugenicist to World Government High Priest

Originally published on Strategic Culture Foundation It is as if the battle lines of civil war have been drawn up between masses of Americans who have been led to believe in either a false “bottom up” approach to economics, as defined by the Austrian School represented by Friedrich von Hayek, or in the “top-down” approach […]

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