November 2017 10 articles

Reservations about the Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve System – “the Fed” – is the central banking system of the United States, created by Congress on December 23, 1913, via the Federal Reserve Act. The Financial Times Lexicon tells us that “reserves” are: “Liquid assets held by a bank, company or government in order to meet expected future payments and/or emergency […]

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Vaccines: A Shot in the Dark?

Controversy has surrounded the practice of vaccination, from the earliest 19th-century smallpox inoculations to the present day’s smorgasbord of vaccinations  – even though medical experts regard it as one of the Top Ten public health achievements of the 20th century. You Might Like Most of us remember getting vaccines – and crying from the fear […]

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We’re All Fukushima’d

Have you heard of Fukushima? No, it’s not a type of sushi – it’s a city in Japan. Six years ago, something terrible happened in Fukushima. Yet, you probably know nothing about it. National Public Radio and mainstream television will not touch this story: it’s poison. Literally. On March 11, 2011, an earthquake and 50-foot […]

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Healing the Affordable Care Act

If you want to throw a rock at the hornet’s nest and get the conversation going, just ask people what they think about the Affordable Care Act. When you see questioning, raised eyebrows, say, “You know: ‘Obamacare.’” The Affordable Care Act – The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act became law under President Barack Obama […]

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Thankful for the Freedoms We Enjoy

“The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries.” – Winston Churchill It is important to balance the unrelenting quest for Truth and Transparency from the United States government with a sincere, mindful appreciation of the rights and privileges all U.S. citizens […]

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Praising Patriot Phil Schneider

Of all the people who have claimed direct knowledge of US government clandestine activities, few are more intriguing than a self-styled Patriot named Phil Schneider. Do not be surprised if this name is unfamiliar to you. After only two years, in the mid-1990s, giving federal black ops whistle-blowing lectures around the country, Schneider died, an […]

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Push Back CIA Drug Pushers!

The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has been the subject of conspiracy theories ever since they coined the term in the early 1960s. One strong accusation against the “Company” is pushing drugs. Books written with reasoned research have been compelling enough to warrant federal investigations, including hearings and reports by the United States House of […]

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Arrest the USA Liberty Act

How is it possible that elected representatives in these United States can consider – much less pass into law – any activity that robs Us the People of our Constitutional rights? Don’t these leaders understand that – thanks to the internet – people are better informed than at any other time in history? You Might […]

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The Clinton Kill List

Bill Clinton, 42nd US President, rose from local Arkansas political positions to Governor of that state. A graduate of Yale Law School, Clinton’s Arkansas law license was suspended in 2001, and he was officially disbarred without comment from practicing before the US Supreme Court in October 2001. Mr. Clinton defeated incumbent Republican opponent George H. […]

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