Friday - Sep 21, 2018

COLUMN

  • Chamber of Secrets: Teaching a machine what Congress cares about

    Chamber of Secrets: Teaching a machine what Congress cares about

    Want to know what distinctive topics your members of Congress are concerned about? Represent’s got you covered by Jeremy B. Merrill If you asked congressional experts what legislative subjects, say, Sen. Patty Murray of Washington specializes in, they’d have a few pretty good guesses: maybe education and health care — because she’s the ranking member

  • The Jesuits and Tupper Saussy

    The Jesuits and Tupper Saussy

    The Jesuits and Tupper Saussy by Jon Rappoport My late friend, Tupper Saussy, wrote a shocking book titled, Rulers of Evil. It was published in 2001. It’s about the Jesuits. It’s about their influence on the founding of the United States. Tupper was a brilliant researcher, among his other talents. While making his case in

  • Socialism equals truimph for corporate criminals

    Socialism equals truimph for corporate criminals

    by Jon Rappoport In several recent articles (all here under tag: socialism), I’ve exposed the myth that socialism is a revolution of and for the people. I’ve presented evidence that socialism is actually a movement owned, operated, and funded by ultra-wealthy elites. Dupes, foot soldiers, blind idealists, indoctrinated students, and low-level thugs are recruited through

  • This collection of Trump’s tweets proves US presidents are puppets

    This collection of Trump’s tweets proves US presidents are puppets

    by Rachel Blevins For nearly every decision Donald Trump has announced as president, there seems to be a small collection of Tweets he has published at some point within the last decade that directly contradict his current decisions—raising speculation about just how much freedom he has, and how many of his policies are being decided

  • I went to Charlottesville during the protests and this is what I saw

    I went to Charlottesville during the protests and this is what I saw

    by Jarrett Stepman I picked quite a time to go on a weekend trip to Charlottesville. What was supposed to be a nice getaway with my wife turned into a journey through the eye of a national media storm. On Saturday, clashes between “Unite the Right” protestors and “anti-fascist” counterprotesters at the foot of a

  • Hillary’s new book:  “It’s never my fault”

    Hillary’s new book: “It’s never my fault”

    by Jon Rappoport This is an antidote to Hillary’s new book, titled, “What Happened,” which I would sub-title, Why Was I So Clueless? The book purports to explain her loss in the 2016 election. What would Hillary think if she could think? First of all, she would think about the team trying to get her

  • Growing old on the streets is not easy says AMAC

    Growing old on the streets is not easy says AMAC

    There is a pressing need for solutions to homelessness among the elderly   WASHINGTON, DC, July 14 – According to a U.S. government study 1.5 million Americans are considered to be homeless. And, while efforts are underway, and in some cases making progress toward reducing the ravages of homelessness, more needs to be done, according

  • What is the culture of Planet Earth?

    What is the culture of Planet Earth?

    by Jon Rappoport Seen from afar, the predominant culture of Earth has always favored war. War, control, aggression, and slavery of one kind or another, under the sway of small elite groups. The current fad called collectivism, stripped of its feel-good propaganda, is simply another form of control. None of this has anything to do

  • Excuse me if I do not  celebrate the Fourth of July

    Excuse me if I do not celebrate the Fourth of July

    by Dave Hodges It is becoming abundantly clear that the globalists are escalating their timetable to establish a New World Order and they are in a hurry to achieve this goal. The globalists are operating out of a sense of panic The major reason that the globalists must speed up their takeover is due to

  • California’s very  expensive free lunch?

    California’s very expensive free lunch?

    NOTE FROM THE EDITOR: El Reportero welcomes any opinions contrary to the statements made in the following article regarding ‘single payer’ health insurance.   by Marilyn M. Singleton, M.D., J.D.    California’s state senate’s unipartisan passing of a sweeping single-payer health care bill, the Healthy California Act, has drawn attention to single payer as a