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CIA, State Department, Pentagon Take Their Civil War to the Campaign Trail

Rachel Marsden, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump recently gave a non-interventionist foreign policy speech suggesting that he wants to make new allies of old foes and find common ground with them on shared national security challenges. He noted that 88 U.S. generals and admirals have endorsed him, and that “the current strategy of toppling regimes,

Blamed for Benghazi: Filmmaker jailed after attack now lives in poverty, fear

Four Americans died in the 2012 terror attack in Benghazi, and those who survived saw their stories of heroism told in a Hollywood movie, but the filmmaker whose work was wrongly blamed for touching off the event lives in obscurity, poverty and fear, has learned. Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the Coptic Christian whose short video

The Tide is Turning: The Official Story Is Now The Conspiracy Theory

Paul Craig Roberts, In a few days it will be the 15th anniversary of 9/11, and this November 13 will be the 53rd anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas. These two state crimes against democracy destroyed American democracy, accountable government, and the Constitution’s protections of civil liberty. Years after

The Clinton Conspiracy Against America, Their plot is a threat to the republic.

Daniel Greenfield, The Clinton Presidential Center sits near Interstate 30. It is located at 1200 President Clinton Ave in Little Rock, Arkansas. A mere 1,200 miles from the posh digs of the Clintons in Chappaqua, New York. Little Rock advertises a “Billgrimage” to visit Bill Clinton’s roots in Little Rock, but the Clintons have gotten

Pro-Hillary Media Pushes Assange/Putin Conspiracy Theory

Clifford Cunningham | Infowars, N.Y. Times claims legitimate criticism of Hillary is “Russian propaganda” The mainstream media continues a campaign to distract from the information disclosed by Wikileaks by painting the organization as a puppet of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Jo Becker, Steven Erlanger and Eric Schmitt, writing in a front page article for the

Walter E. Williams: Economic Conspiracies

A general economic principle is that any law or regulation that restricts market entry tends to impose the greatest burden on those who can be described as poor, latecomers, discriminated-against and politically weak. The president of the NAACP’s St. Louis chapter, Adolphus Pruitt, has petitioned a circuit court judge to reject the St. Louis Metropolitan