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DOJ Power Grab

April 6, 2020 Staff 1

With AG William Barr in place during Covid-19, is indefinite detention without trial of Americans on the horizon? By John Friend The Department of Justice (DOJ) is facing backlash for what many critics view as […]

Major Powers Fight Proxy War in Libya

April 2, 2020 Staff 1

Once flourishing North African nation devolves into worst carnage in its history By Richard Walker Libya, once a rich society with free education, and healthcare, remains in the grip of a brutal civil war in […]

Afghanistan: What’s Next

April 1, 2020 Staff 0

Does peace with the Taliban mean peace for Afghan people? By S.T. Patrick In 2007, Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) commented about withdrawing from Afghanistan, “We just marched in, and we can just march out.” Thirteen […]

Who’d Be in a Biden Cabinet?

March 30, 2020 Staff 0

By S.T. Patrick In a recent livestreamed town hall broadcast on social media, former Vice President Joe Biden forgot what year it was and forgot what year he would take office if he won the […]

Epidemic of Fake Hate Crimes Is Spreading

March 28, 2020 Staff 0

By John Friend A former University of La Verne student was recently charged with two felonies and two misdemeanors for faking threats and attacks on herself, the student group she led on campus, and others […]

Coronavirus Could Kill the NWO

March 27, 2020 Staff 1

By Patrick J. Buchanan Chancellor Angela Merkel warns that 70% of Germany’s population—58 million people—could contract the coronavirus. If she is right, and Dr. Anthony Fauci’s mortality rate holds for her country, that could mean […]

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