Sex and Propaganda

“Sex and propaganda.” That got your attention, didn’t it? Many people believe they know quite a bit about sex, but how many people do you know who claim to be experts in propaganda? You Might Like Just what is propaganda anyway? Dictionary.com defines it as “information, ideas, or rumors deliberately spread widely to help or harm […]

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Liberals Cause Unnecessary Deaths At Crosswalks

Nowadays people both young and old keep their heads down, eyes on the pavement, without even a glance as to what’s going on around them before crossing the street. What’s going on with those people? Why would someone put themselves in danger, potentially risking their lives? You Might Like What’s happening to our society? A […]

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Pentagon Never Hit by a 9/11 Plane

One of the perplexing aspects about the 9/11/01 attacks in the United States concerns the official story that the Pentagon was targeted by “terrorists,” and struck by a commercial jet American Airlines Flight 77, a Boeing 757. We know it was AA Flight 77 because of this convenient piece of “wreckage” recovered at the site: […]

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Global Elites Undermine Cybercash

Digital currencies are here, and the New World Order is not happy at all about it. This very succinct definition from CryptoCurrency Facts tells why: You Might Like “Cryptocurrency is an encrypted, decentralized digital currency transferred between peers and confirmed in a public ledger via a process known as mining.” The italicized words emphasize the appeal […]

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The MEMO Revealed!

We have read the MEMO – and so can you. If you’re in a hurry, here are the summary points: The MEMO: was declassified by order of President Donald Trump on February 2, 2018. is from HPSCI (the United States House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, also known as the House Intelligence Committee) Majority Staff […]

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The UFO Sighting that Started it All

Once upon a time, there was no such thing as “ufology” (the study of Unidentified Flying Objects) and the only “spaceships” on people’s minds appeared in popular fictional literature and comics like “Flash Gordon.” In those days – before the 1940s – the average person had no information on, or interest in, odd aerial phenomena. […]

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Say Aloha to Hawaiian Medical Pot Patients’ 2nd Amendment Rights

One of the peculiarities of the beautiful Hawaiian language is that the word aloha is a popular greeting used to say both hello and good-bye. Last month, Hawaiian Police Department officials said “aloha” in the good-bye way when they confirmed that medical marijuana cardholders will be denied permits for legal gun ownership going forward this year. You […]

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Build That Wall

Dear Readers, your Humble Author has a confession to make: the first time the idea of building a big wall to divide the United States and Mexico was presented and considered, it seemed preposterous. “Physically impossible and completely unnecessary,” were the summary points of that thinking – in those days, some 25 years ago. But […]

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Straw Law to Save the Planet?

There’s a classic line from the classic movie “Casablanca” uttered by cafe owner Rick (Humphrey Bogart): “Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine.” You Might Like Pardon the paraphrase, but regarding California’s proposed new misdemeanor law that would impose fines on sit-down restaurant servers who […]

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