There will be many who hesitate to support or will oppose SB13 (Joseph Silk’s bill to criminalize abortion as murder)#1, bringing up the straw man argument “in the case of the life of the mother”. Surgeon General C. Everett Koop … Continue reading →
The Gilets Jaunes in 2019
Diana Johnstone • January 11, 2019
Gilets Jaunes song performed at French traffic circle: Les Gentils et les Méchants
Paris, France, 9 January 2019
French Democracy Dead or Alive? Or perhaps one should say, buried or revived? Because for the mass of ordinary people, far from the political, financial, media centers of power in Paris, democracy is already moribund, and their movement is an effort to save it. Ever since Margaret Thatcher decreed that “there is no alternative”, Western economic policy is made by technocrats for the benefit of financial markets, claiming that such benefits will trickle down to the populace. The trickle has largely dried up, and people are tired of having their needs and wishes totally ignored by an elite who “know best”.
Giuliani Says Assange Should Not Be Prosecuted
Donald Trump’s lawyer said on Monday that WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange should not be prosecuted and he compared WikiLeaks publications to the Pentagon Papers.
‘This was the year when reporters … began loosening the usual boundaries governing journalism’
Dec 19, 2018 10:59 PM
By Tom Elliott
In the second year of the Trump Administration, the media went all in.
This was the year when reporters, in the race to claim a scalp, began loosening the usual boundaries governing journalism.
It was the year “corroborating evidence” became the most hotly contested term in America, Michael Avenatti was unleashed on an unconsenting public, on-air profanity was normalized, and reporters worked overtime as Democratic cheerleaders, frequently urging lawmakers to deliver them the media event of the millennium — the impeachment of President Trump.
Whatever Trump was for, the media came out against. When Trump nominated Brett Kavanaugh to become the next justice on the Supreme Court, the media went to war, digging through every trace of his existence, even combing through notes he sent in high school — anything that might turn up the silver bullet that sank his nomination.
There was so much, in fact, that we had expand our normal custom of compiling the “Top 10 Most Mortifying Media Moments” and expand it to a more befitting “Top 18.”
So now, without any further ado, here are the 18 most mortifying media moments from 2018.
- Uranium One
- Fast & Furious
- IRS targeting
- Cash to Iran
- Rigging a primary against Bernie
- Rigging the general elections
- Illegally storing emails and sending the classified information to China
- Paying for a fake dossier
- Lying under oath
- Spying on Trump
Do you see the above mentioned in the MSM?
And Trump is the one under investigation?
“The United States already has one foot in the grave…but its propaganda still rules the world. The consequence is that, based on its propagandistic success, Washington thinks it still holds the balance of economic and military power”
The hubris and arrogance of Washington have been at work since the Clinton regime to destroy the power and relevance of the United States.
This website has an international audience. The most asked question from this audience is the world order. There is a realization that Washington’s control might weaken, a development people abroad see as hopeful. They ask me for verification of their hope.
A few weeks ago, Texas County resident Mitchell Stout began a petition effort to Oklahoma U.S. Senators James Inholfe, James Lankford and Texas U.S. Senator Ted Cruz for the Oklahoma Panhandle to join Texas. Below is taken from Mitchell Stout’s … Continue reading →