Monthly Archives: October 2011

Bypassing the People, the Congress, and the Constitution

Were these comments really intended as trial balloons to gauge public reaction to new forms of tyranny? Declaring “emergencies” (on both sides of the political aisle) seems to be the surest way to get things done lately, whether it involves going to war, forcing Americans to buy products, or spending trillions of dollars that we do not possess. Continue reading

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‘Occupy Wall Street’ is an Inside Job

This is not about passing judgment on individual protesters. Whatever the personal motivations of the vast majority here at OWS, it has little, if anything, to do with the primary reason for this fabricated phenomenon in the first place. They are merely useful idiots, willing or unwitting, in a much bigger game. Continue reading

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