Tag Archives: Corruption

At Last

I’ve been complaining for ages about how nobody lights up online. You never see Alex Jones or Roger Stone or Jerome Corsi smoking anything. Maybe they simply don’t smoke. But yesterday Mike Cernovich lit up on a recorded live stream … Continue reading

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No Different Today Than It Was Back Then

I was reading yesterday about the plans that the Irish government has for the Irish people: Drivers will be forced off the roads in Ireland and the population packed into “higher density” cities under a long-awaited climate plan which will … Continue reading

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Millionaire Politicians

Breitbart: Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) on Saturday attempted to play down the significance of his millionaire status, quipping dryly that he didn’t imagine lucrative book sales would hurt his chances to win the White House. Did Bernie Sanders really get rich by … Continue reading

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Shutdown Surprise

My current understanding of the current US government shutdown is that it’s the result of a stand-off between Donald Trump and the newly-Democrat-controlled US Congress. Trump wants $6 billion for his wall, and the Congress won’t let him have it. … Continue reading

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Loss Of Faith

Via Chris Snowdon: Health advice too often follows the principle of the noble lie. Rather than being told the plain truth, we are told what the authorities believe will lead us to behave properly, when “properly” means not just in … Continue reading

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The Complete and Utter Corruption of Law

From Clicky in the comments yesterday, this piece in Reason: A policy that is scheduled to take effect next Monday prohibits smoking in and near public housing throughout the country, affecting 1.2 million households in units managed by about 3,300 … Continue reading

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Besieged in the White House

Some 50 years ago, Newsweek used to be a well-respected US news magazine. I haven’t read it for years. But somehow or other Newsweek seems to have got hold of my email address, and started dropping potted news items in … Continue reading

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