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Happy Birthday CIA: 7 Truly Terrible Things The Agency Has Done In 70 Years

Authored by Carey Wedler via TheAntiMedia.org, On Monday, President Trump tweeted birthday wishes to the Air Force and the CIA. Both became official organizations 70 years ago on September 18, 1947, with the implementation of the National Security Act of 1947. After spending years as a wartime intelligence agency called the Office of Strategic Services, the agency was solidified […]

Battlefield America Is The New Normal: We’re Not In Mayberry Anymore

Authored by John Whitehead via The Rutherford Institute, “If we’re training cops as soldiers, giving them equipment like soldiers, dressing them up as soldiers, when are they going to pick up the mentality of soldiers?”— Arthur Rizer, former police officer America, you’ve been fooled again. While the nation has been distracted by a media maelstrom […]

Former Fed Governor: “The Fed Isn’t As Independent As Many Think”

With every passing day, the Fed is slowly losing the game, a point made earlier today by SocGen’s Albert Edwards who wrotes that “Citizens Will Soon Turn Their Rage Towards Central Bankers.” And it is not just skeptical pundits, and former (and in some cases current) Fed presidents admitting central banks are increasingly powerless to […]

64 Years Later, CIA Finally Releases Details Of Iranian Coup

Authored by Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian via ForeignPolicy.com, Declassified documents released last week shed light on the Central Intelligence Agency’s central role in the 1953 coup that brought down Iranian Prime Minister Muhammad Mossadegh, fueling a surge of nationalism which culminated in the 1979 Iranian Revolution and poisoning U.S.-Iran relations into the 21st century. The approximately 1,000 […]

Rouhani Re-elected Iran President In Landslide Victory

Iran’s moderate leader Rouhani secured a second term with a landslide victory in Friday’s presidential election, winning 57% of the vote and giving a decisive victory to pro-reform groups eager to open up the Islamic republic and re-engage with the outside world, Reuters reported. Rouhani’s hardline opponent, senior cleric Ebrahim Raisi who was running for […]

Scientific Proof ETFs Make Markets Dumber

One of the horses we have beaten to death starting in 2013 (with Why The TBAC Is Suddenly Very Worried About Market Liquidity) is that the relentless growth in ETFs in particular, and passive investing in general, is one of the greatest threats facing the US equity market for one main reason: “phantom liquidity”, and […]

Video Shows Tampering with “Evidence” of Syrian Chemical Weapons Attack

Preface: We spoke for quite a while with Dr. Postol by phone, and find him to be an ethical, honest, patriotic American man. He's made some interesting discoveries debunking the Syrian chemical weapons propaganda, and so we're helping to spread his findings. By Theodore A. Postol, professor emeritus of science, technology, and national security policy […]

Intellectual Intolerance – Stunning Speech From Stanford University Provost Exposes “The Threat From Within”

In a remarkable – for its honesty and frankness – statement on the intellectual rot within America's Ivory Towers, Stanford University Provost John Etchemendy lay bare the challenges that higher education face in the coming, increasingly divisive, years. The Threat From Within Universities are a fundamental force of good in the world. At their best, […]

Trumpocalypse: Liberal Ivory Tower of Academia collapsing

Universities in America have typically been dominated by a liberal bias.  Why is that?  Because, working for a University is sort of like working for the Government.  There is reason for the expression, those who can’t do – teach.  Grow a 2nd brain – understand why by reading THIS BOOK.  The mindset of employees at […]

Rahm Emanuel Tells Democrats To Stop Crying, Bend Over For “Long Haul” – Then Offers Subversive Advice On Dirty Politics

Apparently Stanford University is putting on a week of elite liberal inspirationalists to help the tender psyches of turtleneck wearing “compliant and unawares” recover from the depths of despair. I imagine that miserable couple on the plane to Portland were in attendance – both wearing jeans and faux-buckle loafers with no socks. In a sermon to the fractured cult of Jobs on Monday, Justice Ginsburg put […]