Thursday - Mar 23, 2017

COLUMN

  • Millions of Americans live in Mexico, can we continue to coexist?

    Millions of Americans live in Mexico, can we continue to coexist?

    by Aristóteles Sandoval Díaz The global political landscape is going through seismic changes. From the vote for Brexit to the election of Donald Trump, we are living in unpredictable times. Trump’s ascent to the presidency has huge implications for global trade relations and for minorities living in North America. Barack Obama’s progressive social reforms look like they may

  • Contacts with Russian Embassy

    Contacts with Russian Embassy

    by Admin Posted on March 4, 2017 Our press seems to be in a feeding frenzy regarding contacts that President Trump’s supporters had with Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak and with other Russian diplomats. The assumption seems to be that there was something sinister about these contacts, just because they were with Russian diplomats. As one

  • Are you ready for four years of ball-busting?

    Are you ready for four years of ball-busting?

    by Jim Goad This essay is intended solely for our male readership. Our three female readers can sit this one out. Go bake us a pie or knit us a sweater or something. Men: If Hillary Clinton had won, you might as well lop off your testicles with a meat cleaver and ship them parcel

  • Is the Trump administration already over?

    Is the Trump administration already over?

    by Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Hopes for the Trump administration are not burning brightly. Trump’s military chief, Gen. Mattis, is turning out to be true to his “mad dog” nickname. He has just declared that Iran “is the single biggest state sponsor of terrorism in the world.”  He has declared Russia to be the number

  • The case for being medically uninsured

    The case for being medically uninsured

    by Jane M. Orient, M.D. Republicans say they are going to “replace” ObamaCare, but they will come up with something very similar and at least as bad if they start with the same misguided objective: “universal coverage.” There are necessities of life, but insurance is not one of them. Just what good is that little

  • Will the CIA assessinate Trump? Ron Paul warns of “more power, shadow government

    Will the CIA assessinate Trump? Ron Paul warns of “more power, shadow government

    by Tyler Durden Submitted by Mac Slavo via SHTFPlan.com It isn’t just that Donald Trump routinely thumbs his nose at the establishment, insults media figures he sees as unfair and bucks conventional wisdom. It is that President-elect Trump is defying the will of the deep state, military industrial complex base of ultimate power in the

  • Gandhi still right after 90 years: Vaccines are toxic, unhealthy and ineffective

    Gandhi still right after 90 years: Vaccines are toxic, unhealthy and ineffective

    by L.J. Devon Train the body to depend on a vaccine and it will do just that. Train the body to face disease, build immunity through clean air, water and food, and you will build incredible strength, cognition and natural immunity. These are my observations over the past five years, ditching pharmaceuticals, while facing sickness

  • David Plouffe: What I got wrong about the election

    David Plouffe: What I got wrong about the election

    by David Plouffe Like many people around the world, I expected a comfortable Hillary Clinton victory on Tuesday. But I’m not a random pundit when it comes to understanding presidential races and the electorate – I managed one Obama presidential campaign and oversaw another from the White House. So of all the forecasts that got it wrong,

  • Obama threatens to veto military bill because it protests religious groups

    Obama threatens to veto military bill because it protests religious groups

    by Jack Burns The Free Thought Project Just after the FBI opened a criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, the Free Thought Project spoke with a high-level FBI agent (retired). He said if Clinton wasn’t eventually indicted, it was almost certain there would be a data dump (click for related story) from within the

  • Masters and slaves: Can the world reject the rules of the game?

    Masters and slaves: Can the world reject the rules of the game?

    Will the 21st Century Invent a New Way of Living? by Iskander Valitov Originally appeared at RIA Novosti The hegemon’s failures and weaknesses are obvious The US has failed to achieve a majority of its geopolitical objectives. It failed to reduce the Russian economy to tatters; Assad is holding up; no one takes seriously the

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