Nunes Duels the Deep State

February 6, 2018 Staff 0

Given the assorted cover-ups, lies, omissions, obfuscations, and now demotions and firings at the FBI, is it any wonder Americans have quit trusting the bureau . . . and pretty much every other political entity […]

National Defense Strategy Is Offensive

February 5, 2018 Staff 0

Defense Secretary James Mattis recently delivered “bombastic” remarks on the U.S.’s new National Defense Strategy report, which former spook Philip Giraldi calls “occasionally . . . actually delusional” and “bizarre.” His remarks have again revealed […]

Anybody But Romney

February 1, 2018 Staff 2

Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts who lost both the 2008 Republican presidential primary to John McCain and the 2012 presidential election to Barack Obama, has since stayed mainly out of politics. But now, […]

The Last Fed Chairman?

January 31, 2018 Staff 0

Jerome Powell has his hands full as he steps into the role of Federal Reserve Chairman. Tireless monetary reformer and watchdog Ron Paul warns, “The economy may seem to have recovered, but the recovery is […]

Too Many Wars. Too Many Enemies.

January 30, 2018 Staff 1

NATO is staring down “the worst crisis in its history,” says Pat Buchanan, and the U.S. decision on whether to stand with the Kurds against Turkish aggression or abandon the Kurds will determine if NATO […]

Arpaio Will Run for Senate

January 30, 2018 Staff 0

Famed Arizona lawman “Sheriff Joe” Arpaio spoke with AFP about his upcoming campaign plans to run for the Arizona U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Republican Jeff Flake. He talks about his sole reason for […]

In a Trump Hunt, Beware the Perjury Trap

January 26, 2018 Staff 2

Robert Mueller is on a “Trump hunt,” says Pat Buchanan, and the president’s legal team should not allow him to testify in what has become an obvious “perjury trap.” By Patrick J. Buchanan Asked if […]

Earmarks Are Not the Problem

January 23, 2018 Staff 1

The fact increasing numbers of legislators are “willing to vote against big government than in past years” is not because the practice of earmarks was ended but because “the liberty movement has led to more […]

Congress Reauthorizes NSA Spying on Americans

January 18, 2018 Staff 4

Despite cautions from members of both the House and Senate that spying by the NSA threatens Americans’ security and liberty, both houses of Congress reauthorized essentially unrestrained surveillance when they passed the FISA Amendments Reauthorization […]

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