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BUSTED! FBI Set Up The Clinton-Lynch Tarmac Meeting

According to a report by the Inspector General (IG) the FBI set up the now infamous Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch tarmac meeting. Buried in the IG report of the FBI’s conduct during the 2016 election comes the revelation. On page 203, it’s revealed that the “impromptu” meeting between Bill Clinton and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch on a tarmac […]

Zuesse: Americans Are Only Now Beginning To Learn They Live In A Dictatorship

Authored by Eric Zuesse via The Strategic Culture Foundation, The first time when it became clear to me that I live in a dictatorship was in 2014 when reading, prior to its publication, the landmark (and still the only) scientific empirical study to address the question as to whether or not the United States federal Government is, authentically, a democracy — or, whether, alternatively, […]

DOJ Clears FBI Informant In Clinton-Era Russian Bribery Scandal To Testify

This report was originally published by Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge Update (8:40 pm ET): The FBI informant who helped the Justice Department secure a conviction against the top official from the US subsidiary of Rosatom, the Russian atomic energy agency, but was blocked by the Obama Justice Department from testifying about Russian efforts to bribe […]

Vietnam Shows How To Clean Up The Banking System: Ex-Banker Sentenced To Death For Fraud

The lack of prosecution of US bankers responsible for the great financial crisis has been a much debated topic over the years, leading to the coinage of such terms as “Too Big To Prosecute”, the termination of at least one corrupt DOJ official, the revelation that Eric Holder is the most useless Attorney General in […]

Dershowitz Blasts Hypocrisy Of “Liberals” Looking To Adapt Corruption Laws To “Get Trump”

Over the past 9 months, as the media has launched an all out offensive on the Trump administration for crimes that have yet to be even identified with any level of specificity much less proven, former Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz has tried to be a voice of reason by appearing on numerous talk shows […]

Andrew Cuomo Refuses Federal Data Request Related To Trump’s “Voter Fraud Myth”

Shortly after moving into the White House, President Trump promised a “major investigation into VOTER FRAUD” and vowed that any evidence of wrongdoing would be used to strengthen voting procedures.  The following tweets undoubtedly ‘triggered’ millions of liberals across the country as visions of ‘racist’ voter ID laws danced in their heads. I will be […]

Gallup Finds Stunning Decline In Americans’ Respect For US Government

Authored by Eric Zuesse via The Strategic Culture Foundation, On June 9th, Gallup’s Editor-In-Chief, Frank Newport, headlined «Americans Want More Than Just Budget Cuts» and reported that, «Gallup's latest update shows that 28% of Americans have a favorable opinion of the federal government, while 55% have an unfavorable opinion. That's the lowest rating for any business or industry sector […]

Our Hopelessly Dysfunctional Democracy

Authored by Charles Hugh-Smith via OfTwoMinds blog, When the system is rigged, "democracy" is just another public-relations screen to mask the unsavory reality of Oligarchy. Democracy in America has become a hollow shell. The conventional markers of democracy–elections and elected representatives–exist, but they are mere facades; the mechanisms of setting the course of the nation […]

Nobel Prize Winning Economist Blasts America’s “Rent-Seeking” Economy

Via Mike Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, I’m really grateful Angus Deaton was willing to come out and state the obvious. That is, the fact this economy isn’t what we’ve been told. In reality, it’s largely a rent-seeking based system, in which a meaningful percentage of the people who earn the most money are not only not adding value […]

Let’s Expand The Electoral College

Submitted by Ryan McMaken via The Mises Institute, Far from being outdated and past their time, the ideas behind the electoral college are greatly underutilized. The electoral college is thought by many to be somehow uniquely American, but this is not the case. Similar mechanisms — sometimes called "double-majority" systems — have been used in many different times […]