Tag Archives: Russia-gate

Lost their minds

  Liberals have lost their minds over something Trump did. I know, big surprise. This time, what’s got them in a tizzy is Trump’s announcement that he’s pulling US troops out of Syria, where they’ve been stationed illegally as part of … Continue reading

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The target audience

  Lately I’ve come to the conclusion that the really good propaganda is aimed at a liberal audience, because conservatives already (generally) agree with the message being promulgated by the corporate-media, that of favoring the interests of capital over labor, a … Continue reading

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Better villains, please

  If we’re going to be an evil empire, can’t we at least have more competent villains? Take former Secretary of State, and recent unsuccessful presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton. In an interview she bemoaned how the surge of immigrants to Europe … Continue reading

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Told You So

  As Russia-gate staggers to the finish it’s becoming increasingly clear that what I warned about two years ago has come to pass. The narrative that our president is controlled by Putin has brought about a new and more dangerous … Continue reading

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The Gatekeepers

  When they silenced Alex Jones, I was certain that that wouldn’t be the end of the online censorship. And, now the other shoe has dropped with Facebook’s and Twitter’s recent purging of alternative sites and accounts that challenge conventional … Continue reading

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Profiles in Courage

  In a courageous speech delivered on the House floor just two days after the nation memorialized 9/11, Democratic Hawaiian Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard on Thursday slammed Washington’s longtime support to anti-Assad jihadists in Syria, while also sounding the alarm over the current … Continue reading

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Quagmires

  I still wonder if Trump would have carried out his promise of better relations with Russia and less interventionist foreign policies absent Russia-gate? I ask this question because a confluence of events in Syria is increasing the danger of war with … Continue reading

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